Wonderboy in Monster Land is the second installment in the Wonderboy franchise and the first game in the Monster Land series. This game is another example of Westone Studios playing Sega like a fool. Much like the first Wonder Boy game, the code for Monster Land was again sold to Hudson who released it as Bikkuriman World and changed the graphics and sprites to match the characters from an anime series of the same name. The game starts with Wonder Boy in nothing but a grass skirt. The girl he just risked his life to save in the last game seems to be gone as well.… Read the rest

Download Be My Sword starts out with a very professional looking title screen. From there we get a little bit of story. Basically some uppity bitch named Himeno tells you to be her sword so naturally you turn into a sword. I wish I was making this shit up.As it turns out, her big sister has been accused of being … responsible for a crime or something, and this girl that has just turned you into a sword simply must to do something about it. It didn’t take me long to figure out that the back story of the game designers idea of a joke.… Read the rest

Download For the first time in a very long time a game gave me a case of the “what the fuck?”s. Literally. I opened up this game and cried “what the fuuuuuck?” as soon as the gameplay started. My wife was all like “stop talking to your computer, you know it can’t hear you”, so I was all like “go make me a turkey pot pie!” and then she hit me up the back of the head. At any rate, the WTF meter really goes into the red with this little gem. First off, you will notice that it is very amateurish (is that even a word?) and looks like the all the in-game graphic s were done in MS paint, which they probably were.… Read the rest

Download Excelsior, Phase One is the first of two freeware role playing games produced by 11th Dimension Entertainment. The first game is reminiscent of the early Ultima games while the second instalment looks and plays more like one of the later entries in the Ultima series. In my humble and often disregarded opinion, Excelsior Phase One trumps the lot. Well maybe it doesn’t quite “trump” the Ultima series, but it is definitely on the same level. The game is free to download and play indefinitely, however the games creators ask that you register the game if you happen like it. You don’t have to register to keep playing, but if you find yourself enjoying it there is no reason not to register you copy.… Read the rest

Download Magic Mop is a nice little time waster for the PC by Japanese freeware developer Studio Cyber Junk Project . The game consists of little maid waxing floors with the goal being to wax each section of the floor without going over the same spot twice. It seems like a simple concept and it is. That is seriously the whole game in a nutshell. The first few stages are painfully easy. There is almost no thought involved and one could just about do them blindfolded. It’s not until the later levels that you must begin to think ahead and plot out the best plan of action in advance.… Read the rest

Download Legend cave is a free RPG/platform hybrid from Japanese freeware developer Bombalmen. The game is completely in Japanese, however that shouldn’t stop anyone from enjoying it as there is virtually no dialog. It is not a story rich epic journey type RPG, but rather a ‘you VS everything’ survival type of game. The game opens to the developer’s logo and then straight into the main menu. First time players of course will want to start a new game, which is the first option on the screen In Legend Cave, you choose from one four character types, as well as their gender.… Read the rest

Download WanaX2 is a ghost catching game. Kind of like that that movie Ghostbusters, but with less Bill Murray. The word “wana” typically means “trap” in Japanese, which would explain the whole ghost catching side, but I’m not sure about the “x2” part. Mind you, I doubt anyone at all really gives a shit anyways. The basic mechanics of the game are very simple. You simply move around the play area (which is a single, non scrolling screen) and lay ghost traps in the hope that a one of the ghosts prancing around the room will wander into it and get trapped.… Read the rest

Click the button below to download the shareware version Threat is top-down shoot ‘em up for the PC, released in 1995 by Fragment software. It was, as was standard practice at the time, released as shareware with paid registration required to unlock two of the three episodes. As Fragment Software’s website is no longer up and running, it is no longer possible to register the game. However the shareware version can easily be found after a little internet-fu on your favorite search engine. I did have the full version of this game, but the files are long gone. Each level is comprised of a single screen.… Read the rest

Download Magical Broom Extreme is completely insane, balls to the walls, seizure inducing, mind numbing fun for the whole family. This game is like that kid at school who had ADHD, only this is a computer game and not a small child. It’s a side scrolling shooter on crystal meth. It’s awesome. I really enjoyed this game, despite not really knowing what the hell was going on. First of all it’s snowing in the game, and you control a little witch riding a broom stick (hence the name) who fires magic bullets (or something) out of the end of her broom (I think).… Read the rest

  Download I stumbled upon this game the other day and was impressed by its smooth animation and solid gameplay. Trapezohedron is a 3D vertical shooter by indie developer EAXREG, however much like that newest installment of Raiden, it retains the mechanics of a 2D shooter. Trapezohedron, according to the internet is: the dual polyhedron of an n-gonal antiprism. Its 2n faces are congruent kites (also called trapezia in the US, trapezoids in Britain, or deltoids). The faces are symmetrically staggered. I hope that clears up any confusions you may have had. The back ground moves all over the place (I think I almost got motion sickness at one point) and looks great.… Read the rest