Micro Super Defense Force

Micro Super Defense Force

Menu – Space = select; Shift = cancel; Arrow Keys = navigate; —– rnrnCombat – F = Jump; D = AttackA; S = AttackB; Arrow Keys = move; Space/Shift/P = Pause; Press right, right or left, left quickly to dash; Different attacks are available while jumping, dashing and turning; Consult the movelist on the pause screen for details;

8 Ball Pool

8 Ball Pool

How to start a multiplayer game and invite other players

After selecting a Multiplayer game, click the “enter” key with your mouse which will have appeared on the introductory page of the game. Once the multiplayer game has connected to the server, click on “start”. You can either select your avatar in order to open a new table with a choice of two types of opponents to play against, or invite an opponent in order to start playing the game.

In this game there will be 16 balls on the table: 1 white ball, 1 black ball, 7 solid balls and 7 stripe balls. One player will be required to pocket all the solid balls and the other player will be required to pocket all the stripe balls. After a player has pocketed all his own balls, then he can pocket the black ball to win the game. But if the player has pocketed the eight ball before pocketing all his own balls, then he loses the game. The player must use the cue to hit the white ball first, and then use the white ball to hit other balls. If a player has pocketed a ball, then he can hit again, otherwise it will be the other player`s turn. A foul occurs in one of the following situations: the white ball fails to hit any ball; the first ball the white ball hits is not one of the player`s own balls; the white ball is pocketed. When a player commits a foul, the other player can put the white ball anywhere on the table to begin play. Enjoy!

Melee Man

Melee Man

Melee Man is a charming little retro game built to the original GameBoy’s very limited specifications.

The game is rendered at 160×144 and features addictively brutal gameplay elements and 2 beastly boss rooms.

Melee Man features the retro stylings of Daniel Davis. Daniel is making waves in the USA chiptune scene with his blend of timeless melodies and mathematical rhythms… using only an original GameBoy as his instrument!