- All Genres
- Towerfall Ascension9.3
Towerfall by Matt Thorson is a local multiplayer archery combat game. When you start it with up to 3 friends, just don’t have plans for the rest of the day. There is no leaving!
- Super Killer Hornet8.5
Super Killer Hornet is a shoot ’em up with a little twist. To raise your multiplayer or to level up your ship you have to answer math problems which appear between the various opponents and bosses.
- Donkey Me8.8
Love the concept of Donkey Kong but are done with good old Jumpman/Mario? Now you’re spoilt for choice! Do you want to save the cat with Ripley, free Melinda as Hauser, reunite with C3PO and R2D2 as Luke or rescue Chewbaca as Han Solo?
- Raiden Legacy8.1
This old skool Shoot ’em Up series was originally created by Seibu Kaihatsu. The Legacy package includes the original Raiden (1990) and three Spin-Offs: Raiden Fighters (1996), Raiden Fighters II (1997) and Raiden Fighters Jet (1998).
- Muffin Knight8.4
Brilliant little game that’s similar to Super Crate Box but from my point of view much better and funnier. Rainbow shitting unicorns anyone?
- Dead Rushing HD6.7
Kill all zombies and collect zombie heads for player upgrades across 5 stages. Dead Rushing is a fast paced arcade zombie smasher! If you’re any good, play difficulty hard!
- Potato Man Seeks the Troof7.4
Ridiculously funny little game that could become another “Rage Quit” platformer. Had to laugh so many times while playing this. Amazing game.
- Sky Arena6.5
A single- and multiplayer shoot ‘em up in early development stage. I don’t like the controls and you loose half of the screen if you play two by two. They also have to work on the graphics. A bit too early to judge, sure has potential though.
You play Gaurodan, the bird of thunder. In your rage you fly around the Canary Islands, destroy cities, whipe out whole armies and fight huge boss creatures. But be warned! This game is hard as hell. You only have one life. Make it count!
The Art of Duelling in a beautiful Victorian setting! When I read, Lucky Frame ported its iPad hit Gentlemen! to the OUYA, I had to test it immediately. As it’s a local multiplayer for up-to 4 player I asked 2 of my kids to join me and play a few minutes before dinner.