Plasmaworm Computer Game: Windows Type: Arcade Control a plasmaworm through twenty increasingly difficult levels of play.
Plasmaworm is the fiendishly addictive arcade game of weird worms eating random probability eidolons in a tank of otherspatial plasma. Wait, what
happens where? Fret not, it's a fairly straightforward game that can be enjoyed by gamers young and old alike.
One or two players (on the same computer, in either co-op or deathmatch mode) control a plasmaworm through twenty increasingly difficult levels of play.
The worm starts off as tiny fellow, gliding merrily along in its pulsating plasma tank by your control, on the prowl for the eidolons that randomly spawn. Players then guide their plasmaworm to the eidolon,
gobbling it up. With each probability snack the worm grows longer. The object of each level is to devour a certain number of objects without crashing into the walls, or yourself, which is usually easier said
Plasmaworm also features several cool elements not often seen in Snake-style games, such as shooter elements in some of the levels, and an end game boss,
the Plasmangler! While we wouldn't want to ruin the surprise of facing the Plasmangler, we will mention that it involves a tentacled beak, multi-layer destruction, and Plasmoidians. You can never have enough
Plasmoidians in your game!
Big Box of Blox Computer Game: Windows, Mac Type: Arcade Tetris on acid!
Big Box of Blox can best be summed up as Tetris on acid. So crank up some Floyd and challenge yourself to game modes such as Flaming Peelout, Blok Atak,
Groink, Mushroom King and Asylum Cubez. Enjoy mind-blowing visuals as only Digital Eel delivers as you smash and squish boxes with six different game variants, special blox, ten levels of difficulty while bopping
along with eight far out music tracks.
Both Windows and Mac users can trip on the Big Box of Blox.
Conquest of Elysium II Computer Game: Windows, Mac OSX Type: Fantasy Role-Playing The precursor to the wildly popular Dominions series!
Behold the lands of Elysium before you! Marshal your armies, o conqueror, and let all who would oppose you taste the steel and flame that
you wield. Let them tremble when your name is whispered on the wind, and cower in their hovels when kissed by your shadow. Go now, and make an empire in your image. Go now, and let the conquest
of Elysium begin!
Originally released in 1997, Conquest of Elysium II is a turn-based fantasy strategy game, and the precursor to the wildly popular Dominions
series. As one of up to eight players (human, computer controlled, or a mixture) your goal, as suggested in the title, is very simple: total subjugation of all that do not fly your banner!
Choose your leader from twenty distinct character classes, including brutal barbarians, insane necromancers, mighty maharajas, sinister shamans, and
even the Agarthan king from Dominions 3! Each character allows new strategies for the player to explore. The Priestess of Baal can summon demonic creatures, change the weather, and sacrifice the
innocent. An Enchanter can create constructs out of corpses, lakes, forests, and more. Barons can build siege towers, raise levies, and keep his subjects in line, even in times of high taxation.
The world itself is ever changing with each new game. Worlds can be entirely randomly created, or players can customize the world creation,
tailoring the world to the experience you want to play. Create maps that range from small to large, from thick with trees and mountains to barren steppes and plains, and even dictate the type of society.
Much like the ages in Dominions, Conquest of the Elysium II's societies alter how the game unfolds. Play in the Dark Ages and find the ruins of lost
civilizations scattered about the lands, while mankind huddles in tiny villages. Or mayhap the Empire suits your play style. Great cities abound as man sprawls across the world, but trouble brews in the
north as barbarian hordes make their presence felt. Each society reflects the strength of magic, the influence of civilization, and the might of man.
When battle is joined it is not only against those who are also seeking to command the realms, but also against the foul denizens that answer to no ruler.
Numbering over three hundred unique types, the independent creatures players will engage boast a total of one hundred different special abilities, making each encounter new and exciting.
Combine the twenty character classes, the randomly generated worlds, over three hundred monsters, and plenty of surprises, and you'll find that Conquest
of Elysium II is a game with hard drive staying power that can be replayed again and again, providing players with an unique experience each and every time.
And it's FREE! That's right, all this action will not cost you a single dollar, peso, euro, or pound. Consider it a gift from Illwinter Game Design and
Shrapnel Games. Now you can discover how one of the most regarded fantasy series came to be.
♦ Turn-based, fantasy strategy.
♦ Playable on Windows, OS X, and Linux.
♦ 1-8 players, computer or human. (Note: Multiplayer only possible via hotseat play).
♦ Randomly created worlds, including the ability to influence what type of world is generated.
♦ Twenty different character classes of either sword or spell. Each class provides its own unique strengths and weaknesses.
♦ Six different societies, allowing a variety of play styles. Choose from uncivilized societies steeped in magic, to feudal societies that rule from massive stone fortresses.
♦ Over 300 different monsters to slay with 100 different special abilities.
♦ Recruit troops, tax the populace, and discover the mysteries of the world.
Strange Adventures in Infinite Space . . . . NEW! Computer Game: Windows, Mac Type: Strategy Explore the galaxy...in 20 minutes or less!
In the 22nd century, colony ships were programmed to search for earthlike planets along trajectories calculated to visit stars with the best likelihood of
habitable worlds. One such ship with its crew and passengers in cryostasis traveled over 2300 light years before a suitable planet was found.
Hope is a temperate world located in the Glory system on the edge of a vast nebula often referred to as the Purple Void. The nebula is unique in that it
contains many unusual star types and other peculiar phenomena.
Over 100 years have passed since the colonists first arrived. It is a new beginning of deep space exploration. Technology has improved and mankind is no longer
dependent on slow cryoships and robot probes. This is the setting of Strange Adventures In Infinite Space.
Soup du Jour . . . . NEW! Computer Game: Windows Type: Matching Digital Eel's Matching Game to beat all Matching Games!
Soup du Jour is a matching game like no other, with rubbery physics,
stretchy sound effects and rule-breaking gameplay. Tug and toss colorful candies. Bring them together and watch them burst.
Making candy soup is easy --until Le Chef swaps pans or the Kitchen Gremlin arrives!
Goblin Slayer Board Game: Print & Play Type: Fantasy The quest for the Shimmering Widget!
Deep in Snarlsbad Cavern lurk an endless legion of terrible goblins. Also someplace down there, amidst the darkness and stench, resides a magical object beloved by dwarves: the Shimmering Widget. Once thought safe from the envy of the world it has been taken by the goblin hordes. One dwarf, Stormbeard, armed with his axe, "Death's Whisper", must now descend into the depths, slay many goblins, and find the Shimmering Widget. This is Goblin Slayer.
Goblin Slayer is a fantasy board game for two players. One player controls Stormbeard the dwarf on his quest for the Shimmering Widget, while the other leads the throngs of goblins in hopes of striking the dwarf down and then possibly eating him; dwarf kidneys are sometimes considered a delicacy in the underdark and their skulls make great hats.
The Snarlsbad Cavern complex consists of a series of geomorphic tiles that are used to create the gameboard, allowing for a different combination of tiles each play. Gameplay is easy to learn, with a heavy focus on killing things!
This is a totally FREE complete board game offered up as a digital print and play file. In order to make use of Goblin Slayer you will need access to a printer and some sort of device to cut out the map sections once printed. While a battleaxe may be in the spirit of the game we recommend scissors. Please note that the game does not come with any counters, you will have to provide the playing pieces yourself. If you're a fantasy gamer chances are you have plenty of miniatures laying around that could be used, otherwise any number of objects may be used to represent Stormbeard and the goblins. Pennies, beads, dice. Come on, ya gotta at least have some dice laying around!
All New: Delve once more into the fetid tunnels and whack some goblin skulls around with a brand new art asset update featuring gorgeous full color playing pieces and map tiles! Featuring the works of Orlando Ramirez, James "One Monk" Hartman, and Andrew Tullsen the art update provides players with a zip file full of printing goodness.
Dr. Blob's Organism Computer Game: Windows, Mac Type: Arcade Shoot one-celled organisms in a petri dish.
Are you a gamer sick of blowing away Nazis, terrorists, and aliens? Ever think there has to be something else to shoot at? Does Digital Eel have the game for you...
Dr. Blob's Organism, winner in not one, but two, IGF categories (2004 IGF Innovation In Audio and Innovation in Visual Art), is a game about shooting one-celled organisms in a
petri dish. Think of it like the old arcade game Tempest, only with much squishier targets. Blast blobs over twenty levels, using ten different power-ups. Three difficulty levels, bonus levels, and five special blob abilities will
keep you coming back for more protozoan destruction. Like you've come to expect from Digital Eel gameplay is easy to pick up but a challenge to master.
Dr. Blob's Organism is available for both Windows and Mac.