Duke Dashington is a gentlemanly explorer in need of some treasure in this fast-paced game of reflexes, also available on iOS and Android. Dash your way through each collapsing temple to collect the treasure, but be warned: when you launch Duke in any direction, he won't stop until he hits something. Spikes, lava, water flows and more bar your way towards treasure and glory. Get dashing!
You're a unicyclist tasked with performing death defying stunts for an eager crowd. You've got to roll and leap from tightrope to tightrope, avoiding spikes, flames and even cannonballs along the way. Another great hit from Ludum Dare!
Your universe or mine? Sweet little friends Heart and Star want to meet up, but they live in different dimensions! Luckily, they can still interact with each other. In this teamwork-tastic puzzle platformer, you get to guide them through their respective worlds. When the going gets tough, reach out across space and time to have them give each other a helping hand! They'll make platforms for their pal, carry each other across dangerous terrain, and hit switches and push blocks in search of a perfect purple space they can be together.
- • Steam Rogue
- • GrayScale
- • Meowgical Tower
- • Octane Witch
Old school doesn't have to be said with a smirk and finger quotes! Created for the GBJam 3, these four games do everything from puzzles to hack-and-slash biker witch action with style and cleverness. These are just the tip of the iceberg, with over 250 games available to play and vote on!
- • Fire Catcher
- • Shine
- • Guard of the Kingdom
- • Impressive Dog
New Year, same old Link Dump Friday! Defend a castle as a golem with a monstrous army, hack and slash your way through a fiery landscape from the creator of Zombotron, climb a tower with a fragile magical light as your only guide, and do your dog-gone best to impress a little girl and her mother as an agile and adorable puppy.
- • Tiny Dangerous Dungeons
- • Outpost Swarm
- • Boss 101
- • Save Merlin the Pig!
Oh indie devs oh indie devs, how lovely are your game-ys. You give them to us free of charge, and you never even complain-ys. With aliens, and big boss fights, old retro dungeons, and desperate piggy flights. Oh indie devs oh indie devs, you truly are so awesome.
You've got to appreciate those evil overlords who go out of their way to spend that extra buck for solid dungeon construction. Now, if only they didn't leave their door keys lying around, their treasure would be safe from the local green-hooded retro hero contingents. Oh well. Dangerous Dungeons, an arcade platformer developed by Adventure Islands for a month-long game jam, has an old-school style and old-school difficulty to match.