Another friday means more freedom, more freedom means four more fantastically free vidja games for everyone to enjoy!
First up is Perilous Peak for Windows. During the Cold War this complex was the home of scientists who conducted secret tests and experiments in an attempt to create new weapons with which to fight the Soviets. Something went wrong; the test subjects began mutating into horrible monstrosities. The creatures broke out and killed everyone in the complex. In the confusion of the Cold War the lab was lost and forgotten. Return to the complex and do your best to survive! The big release of this week is the fantastic DataJack for Windows. In the not-too-distant future, governments have dissolved and powerful mega-corporations wage covert wars for territory and the control of information. As a freelance mercenary, you will conduct sabotage, assassinations, espionage and ambushes on their behalf to line your pockets and pay for top-of-the-line weapons and cybernetic limbs. Will you side with the corporations, the private military, or perhaps with the radical anarchist youth hacker gang in an attempt to bring down the entire corrupt system?
Third on this weeks block is Obitus: The Final Departure for Windows. Obitus: The Final Departure is a top-down multiplayer zombie shooter game where the entire world is physics based and at the palm of your hand! In this game there are many features and things that the players can do such as push tables and other worldly objects, use robots, level up and plenty more. Obitus: The Final Departure is not just another zombie survival game because this game will also contain an in-depth campaign with many chapters and hours of gameplay! Finally we have Elette for Windows. Under the rule of Mathias, the citizens managed to rebuild some of their once proud nation. After years of reconstruction, the island nation of Lotte is soon threatened by a darker, more vile threat; one that had been sleeping since the Reaper Wars. Take control of Mathias as he fights for his life against the invading horde in this haunted tower defense game!
That's it for this week. Same time next Friday for more Freedom!
Hello my fellow Friday enthusiasts! We have a truckload of freedom to pile into your end of week celebration!
Plataforma for Windows and Linux is your first treat today. the platformer which is ALL ABOUT CUSTOMIZATION! Jump over gaps, over spikes, collect the coins, and reach for the goal. There are fifteen levels, divided in three sets, for you to beat and explore. Also, you can make and play your own levels, as well as creating your own characters. In that way, Plataforma gives you the opportunity to make it YOUR game. Up next is Micro Dude for Windows. Disrupt the machine with fast paced platforming action. Traverse obstacles with your grappling hook. Cling to walls and destroy EyeGaurds in a flurry of red sparks. Collect data and Race through unique levels as the glitched hero Micro Dude.
Coming in third this Freedom Friday is Lumen for Windows. Lumen is a platform-puzzle video game where the player assumes control of a girl trapped in a world of nightmare as she tries to make her escape. With the sole help of her camera, she will have to dodge traps, run away from her enemies and use her photographs to change the world that surrounds her. Lastly is a game called Don't Move for Windows. Don't Move starts simply: move left or right. But as you try -- and as you fail -- to move, you unlock more of the game's mechanisms. With each new element comes new challenges and more rewards!
Come back next week for even more fantastic Freedom!
Another week comes to close and we will end it on a high (and free) note for all of our fellow Freedom followers!
First up we have the spooky Segatakai for Windows is a new take on "Slender". You take control of a nameless character and your only objective is to find the 8 pages scattered around house 03 and escape. To make your way through the environments you will also need to search for keys to open locked doors blocking your way. Once you have your eight pages move onto... Null Divide+ for Windows, Mac and Linux a top down shooter presented with a retro look and authentic NES music. Your ship is out of fuel, and your only hope for getting home is to salvage a nearby abandoned space station. You’ll explore the station, do battle with the machines lurking within and find upgrades for your ship to aid you in your mission.
Next we have Monokrome for Windows a first person physics puzzle adventure. Through the manipulation of coloured energy and the sponge-like metal called 'Monokrome', you can create interesting and crazy effects. Finally there is Olav & the Lute a mystical indie-adventure game for Windows. Dive into the post-apocalyptic fantasy world, solve puzzles, discover melodies, change the game-world with your mystical lute and .. fix it? Inspired by the old LOOM, Olav & the Lute makes use of an extraordinary gameplay mechanic. Discover the melodies of this magical world and use them to awake the mighty Loom.
For more Freedom on your Fridays come back next week, same time same place!
Everyone raise your glasses in celebration of four fantastically free games for everyone to enjoy this Friday! Without further ado here are your games!
Up first is [Unnamed] for Windows which asks you a simple question. Don't you think the games now are all the same? Don't you think people have no imagination to develop games? Well, this is something different. Next on the list for celebrating is Amazing Paulsonothon for Windows, Mac and Linux. May I present you a mysterious and great man of very curious talent. From grand crown city of Tyan comes a lowly guardsman who has risen above the rank and file. Taller than the mightiest tower, stronger than the greatest dragon and smarter than your average pheasant. I present you, The Amazing Paulsonothon, axe thrower ordinare!
If Axes are not your thing how about a little memory? Stack Overload for Windows is a logical game based on the idea "find a pair" like other "match up" and "memory" games, but with some interesting additions. The player plays the role of one of the rival programs that try to overflow the stack of the other program and cause the crash. Become a program! Crash the others! From flat cubes to 3D cubes Polarium for Windows and Mac is your final Freedom release! Polarium is an abstract puzzler with a simple premise. You must guide a glass cube along a set route of black and white tiles, whilst polarising the background to protect the cube from being destroyed.
Check back next week for more fantastic free indie releases!
Friday is back once more! This time we will rock your socks off with four fantastic -and free- games for your Friday!
Retroverse is up first! This game is a 2D action adventure game with rogue-like elements. Escape a prison while collecting gems, killing guards, acquiring powerups, and saving other prisoners along the way. Next game to make a splash is Transphoria, a 2 player co-op survival shooter. 3 levels. 3 weapons. Play over LAN for CO-OP. Heal and help your buddy and shoot off body parts! Gross but free gross, so that makes it ok.
Blazing a new trail into your Freedom frontier is GUNS and ROBOTS. A free-to-play online shooter in which players assemble funny looking, yet deadly robots. The game blends fun, inventive character design and deep customization features. Players are provided with exciting situations during variety of maps. Too many guns? Need a break from all the bullets? Try our next fresh freedom game The Saga of Ryzom! One of the best ROLE PLAYING MMORPG's of the moment, is set more than 2000 years in the future, on a living, evolving world: beautiful Atys!
Tune in next week for 100% moar Freedom!