Theropods – Kickstarter Demo

Theropods is a fun little wordless point and click adventure where a cavewoman uses her brains to tackle puzzles where her fellow cavemen (unsuccessfully) use their brawn.

Previously featured on Alpha Beta Gamer back in 2015 when it was a game jam prototype, Theropods is a pixel art point and click adventure that follows a red haired cavewoman as she searches for help to … Read More

Nightmare Drive – Game Jam Build

Nightmare Drive is a spooky little top-down racing game where you attempt to avoid coming into contact with up to 50 of your recorded ghost laps.

In Nightmare Drive you’re not racing against a timer or other cars, you’re racing against yourself (literally), as you attempt to navigate the track without hitting any of your previous recorded ghosts. Things start off simply with an empty … Read More

Project 06: Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 Remake – Alpha Demo

Project 06 (a.k.a. Sonic the Hedgehog 2006 Remake) is a very ambitious fan made project that aims the 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game in Unity.

The 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game was far from a classic, but it had its good points and it had some great levels. It was let down by some less than stellar playable side characters, a dull story and … Read More

Sleep Cycles – Game Jam Build

Sleep Cycles is a creepy and atmospheric PS1-era styled third person platforming adventure set in a strange industrial afterlife.

Created for the Haunted PS1 Summer Spooks Jam, Sleep Cycles is an eerie third person platforming adventure that sees you trying to escape from a strange afterlife filled with large industrial machines. There’s little in the way of narrative, but there are shadows of people hidden … Read More

Beleth – Game Jam Build

Beleth is a very freaky little occult shooter where you blast your way through an audio-reactive soundscape that reacts in real-time with the soundtrack.

Created for the PIGSquad Summer Slow Jam, Beleth is a ritualistic audio-reactive shoot ‘em up that’s full of occult imagery from the Goetia Démonok. It only takes around five minutes to play through, but it’s a remarkable experience which feels a … Read More