Ape Out is a single player beat 'em up video game played from a top-down perspective. The player controls a gorilla running through a maze while evading enemies in the form of gun-wielding humans. The human enemies are easily killed with a single attack and can also be grabbed and used as a shield; however, as they are armed with guns, they can quickly kill the player as well. The principal aim of the game is to escape each level and killing enemies is not technically required in order to proceed.
This Multiplayer (Up To 6P) FPS has a new Horde Mode, Day and Night levels, players will take on 25 enemy types and numerous bosses, like Gargantuan Monsters and Minibosses every 10 days as you explore, shoot and run for your life against the onslaught of porcine monstrosities.
After receiving a disturbing letter from his brother, our protagonist decides to go looking for him at the hotel Beryl. He will soon discover the strangeness of the places, the objects, the paintings, the shadows and the terrifying models moving, speaking, living of their own will.
Rage in Peace started out as a prototype developed during the "Indies vs PewDiePie" Game Jam in 2014. Although the game did not make top 10 out of the 800 submissions to be played in PewDiePie's channel (it ranked 17th), it was played on his stream regardless, causing other YouTube channels to play the game as well and drawing interest into it.
Tragedy! Santa; the toy giving folk-hero, and purveyor of fine Christmas goods, has had enough. Endless requests from greedy children wanting more and more every year, tax increases, pressure from elf unions, bills, reindeer!
In Viscera Cleanup Detail, you step into the boots of a space-station janitor tasked with cleaning up after various horrific sci-fi horror events. Instead of machineguns and plasma-rifles, your tools are a mop and bucket. That hero left a mess, and it's up to you to deal with the aftermath.