GENRE: Suspense, Horror, RPG
Chernobylite is 3D Horror Fiction RPG game based on the real story of Chernobyl’s Nuclear disaster.
Your character sets on the path to discover truth of its disturbing past, many years after the disaster took place. Apart from the disaster that took place, there is something weird happened in that radioactive wasteland.
GENRE: Decision based Story, Relaxing, Indie
You take up the character of Meredith Weiss who must take a two week break from her busy schedule by visiting her hometown, Providence Oaks (1986) and helping her dad as a mail career.
Get a chance of engaging with a diverse community, carrying out peaceful day to day operations and make your own independent decisions whether it’s about your love life, reuniti ng with your best friends or whether to or not to return to your city; You get to choose your own destiny.
GENRE: Story mode, Racing, Simulation
More than 120 riders, 20 official circuits and championship available. Also experience one of the best historic champions you’ve encountered before in Moto GP history.
New Multiplayer mode
Challenging your friends in split-screen multiplayer mode now made possible.
GENRE: Arcade, Racing
Slipstream would take you to a great roller coaster ride if you’re a fan of the 90s style Arcade racing games. The game gave me the nostalgic Road Rash vibes reminding me of the childhood.
In my opinion, having the multiplayer mode would make the game even more enjoyable and a viable option to play the game to hangout with friends.
GENRE: Puzzle, Brain
You are supposed to make all balls involved touch together overcoming different traps, but the tricky part is that you control all the balls simultaneously, which makes the game even more complicated as you keep levelling up and start getting more balls.
The gameplay would be familiar to you if you’ve ever played Brain Dots. The only difference here is that you don’t make shaped objects to control the direction of the ball but control all balls simultaneously.
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