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| Danger from the Deep 0.4.0.0
Danger from the Deep 0.4.0.0 SDL/OpenGL based WW2 german submarine 3d simulation, multilanguage support, multiplatform support with advanced sound and graphics.
|422||Jun 28, 2016
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| Deep Space Fire
Deep Space Fire Deep Space Fire is a game based on a popular board game called Battleship, for two players. Build your own fleet of ships and fight against a computer-controlled enemy in ten epic battles! The mechanics of Battleship Each player has their own board, which they populate with ships. The ships can be rotated in 2 ways, but they cannot touch each other. The point of the game is to select a block on the enemy board, and destroy all enemy ships before they destroy yours. If a player does not hit a ship, the opponent tries next, otherwise the player gets a chance to do the next move immediately. The player who destroys all of the opponent's ships wins. Improvements Deep Space Fire offers several improvements of the original concept. For each won battle, you gain points which you can invest into expanding your fleet, which will help you in the next battle. The objective is to take over 10 enemy territories, while maintaining enough points to produce ships for your fleet.
|1,229||Sep 28, 2016
| Lost In The Deep Space 1.1.0
Lost In The Deep Space 1.1.0 A nervous fps-platformer with minimal design ! In the skin of an astronaut, lost on a small planet, you will be challenged to harvest as many crystals in record time. In this game, you will be brought to move from platform to platform using your weapon to activate passage. The objective is to collect a maximum of points before the end of the stopwatch. This game which mixes address and reflex is particularly ideal for fans of speed run.
|18||Feb 28, 2017
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