Spectre says: Literally kicked people in the nuts when it first came out in 2001. Lets you play with infantry,tanks,planes and helicopters in a fairly realistic setting.You can get/make missions and mods for it. It was originally called Operation Flashpoint.
Spectre says: Improved graphics etc compared to the prequels.It lets you order your troops like a commander or fight from the perspective of a grunt. There's maps and mods and scripts. It's the last game before the series moved to steam /spit
Spectre says: In this game you could swing your sword about as you swished your mouse about. A little hard to master but it was fun to spin round and chop off the enemies heads or limbs or your own if you let the enemy.
Spectre says: Fly around upside down,round and round then slide off whichever way you want while you fight your way through maze like levels.
Spectre says: More 6 degrees of freedom flying and shooting but with better graphics and lighting.
Spectre says: You interact with the game physically with a hand.You use your torch as a spotlight or have an area of glowing light from your glo stick. There'll be times when you have to rely on stealth and smarts.Spooky Original Tech demo is on the devs website.
Spectre says: Following on with the same gameplay style as Penumbra. It was more popular due to better promotion.
Spectre says: Take a can of petrol and write your name with it or keep pouring until you had a big puddle or even trap your victims in a ring of fire. You can also become a fireman and put them out with your wee amongst other things like say going tazy crazy.
Spectre says: Soundtrack by David Bowie in a bizarre game which tries to cram multiple gameplay elements such as fps,beat em up,adventure,puzzle, in a dystopian future setting. It has it's flaws but it was a worthy game.
Spectre says: 3rd person shooter where you play a fat cherub sent to earth in the future to sort it out. You get to posses people to aid your mission and yes he is a very naughty boy.
Spectre says: AKA Creatures 1 & 2 Ambitious game where you raise and breed the creatures. The game rises above mere virtual pets by adding more complex features such as genetics and ability to train your norns in an amusing virtual world like real little creatures
Spectre says: AKA Creatures 3 This time your creatures are in a virtual bubble world in space. There was plenty of extra content you can download. You could let your norns free out onto the internet but this features seems to be not working properly anymore.
Spectre says: This and the first I-war game were noted for adding realistic physics to space fighter games when they were released. Non-linear gameplay featuring dynamically created space traffic
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