Bonus Round

The Bonus Round page

On this page we have a collection of interesting games to keep you occupied while you’re waiting for Alpha/Beta applications to be accepted, or downloads to complete.



Who would win in a fight between Chucky and Freddy?  Jason Vs Leatherface?  Pinhead Vs Candyman?  Ash Vs Reanimator?  Well now you can find out in the ultimate horror film fighting game, Terrordrome!  It’s a fan made game, that’s taken over 7 years to complete, that isn’t just a novelty fighter, there’s depth and real gameplay there, and the visuals are top notch.  There’s a roster of 14 movie bad-asses, all with their own weapons, fighting styles and special moves.  If you loved 80’s horror movies this is a must play.

Download it HERE 



What if you saw the world with your ears? Devil’s Tuning Fork is a first-person exploration/puzzle game in which the player must navigate an unknown world using visual sound waves. Inspired by M.C. Escher’s classic optical illusion and the echolocation of dolphins, The Devil’s Tuning Fork allows the player to explore a new mode of perception through sound visualization.

As a mysterious epidemic causes children everywhere to fall into comas, one child wakes up in an alternate reality.  It is up to this child, the player, to determine the cause of the epidemic and save the other children trapped here.  By way of the devil’s tuning fork, a magical instrument that allows the player to perceive sound waves, the player must find all the children and successfully escape this alternate reality, thereby waking up from the coma.

Devil’s Tuning Fork was created over 6 months by a group of DePaul Students for the Independent Games Festival, in which it won the student showcase award.  A full playthrough takes less than an hour, which feels just about right as your eyes might melt if exposed to its visuals for too long.  It’s an unsettling, disorientating, beautiful first-person puzzle/platforming masterpiece.  Highly recommended.

Download the full game HERE, Free



Speed Cat: Spectrum is a fairly simple but addictive infinite runner where you charge headlong into the screen, picking up coins and power-ups and avoiding obstacles.  The whole experience is enhanced by the distinctive visual style, awesome retro soundtrack and your pulsing multi-coloured cat (everything is better with cats).

It’s a truly bizarre but addictive and enjoyable experience, that feels like Temple Run on Rainbow Road, with a dash of LSD and Cats!

Download it HERE, Free



By the power of Grayskull, He-Man is back, with a bunch of friends and ready to kick Skeletors boney ass!   (Spotted by Kotaku)  This fan made game is an excellent 4 player co-op side-scrolling beat-em up featuring all your favorite characters (and Orko) from the classic He-Man cartoons.  The game is still in development, but the dev has released a great 9 level demo, featuring 1 boss battle.  Playable charcacters include He-Man, Orko, Sorceress, Man at Arms and She-Ra.  It’s great nostalgic fun, perfectly recreating the feeling of playing a classic arcade brawler and bringing the classic he-man characters to life (then beating them to a pulp)

Download it HERE, Free



Super Mario Eclipse is a great fan made Mario game that doesn’t just re-iterate ideas from previous Mario games, it actually builds on them and throws in some great additions of it’s own.   Marios’ movement and controls are spot on (like a mix of SMB2 and SMB3), combined with the nicely realized retro graphics, the game feels like just like a Mario game should.

There are a few interesting additions and tweaks to the normal Mario formula, such as the trippy visual filter, side quests and some new puzzle elements.  The best additions are the new mario suits though, such as the Chuck (American Football) suit and the Yoshi Suit.

Download it HERE, Free



Donkey-Me is a cool little retro game that sees the Original Donkey Kong game re-skinned with wonderful pixel art style representations of classic movies.  These movies include Star Wars (above), Alien (above), Gremlins, Indiana Jones, The Exorcist, Rambo (first Blood), and several others, all brought to life in glorious 8-bit form.  The soundtrack is also excellent, with 8-bit chip-tune versions of all the movie scores, all instantly recognisable and sounding great.  The mixture of retro gameplay, graphics, music and classic movies all add to the nostalgic charm of the game, making it a must have for all retro game fans.  Did we mention it also has a Flash Gordon Skin?  Get it now!  :)

Download it HERE, Free (PC, Mac & Linux)

Game of thrones:  The 8-bit Game

 Game Of Thrones: The 8-bit Game is an excellent fan-made game, that features great retro visuals.  It’s an old-school platformer, featuring all the characters from the Game Of Thrones series.  It’s a great little game, and the best use of the Game Of Thrones licence in a video game yet.

Download the full game for free HERE


The best Sonic games that have been released in years.  Sonic Before the Sequel and Sonic After the Sequel are Both are full-fledged Sonic games with their own storylines and stages.  Taking place between the official games: Before the Sequel between Sonic 1 and 2, and After the Sequel between Sonic 2 and 3. They also both feature their own custom soundtracks, and let you play as either Sonic or Tails.  LakeFeperd, the games’ developer, is currently working on sequel, called Sonic Chrono Adventure, which will involve new characters, time travel, and a deeper story.   Sonic After the Sequel is the better of the two, but they are both worth a look.

Download Before the sequel HERE

Download After the Sequel HERE


Sepulchre is an adventure short from Owl Cave, written by Ashton Raze (Richard & Alice) and drawn by Ben Chandler (The Blackwell Epiphany).

It’s a game featuring horror, trains, and huge bags. It should take most people around half an hour to play through.

You can download the full game for free HERE

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