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A Game Boy version of Jayenkai/AGameaWeek's SpikeDislike.
A top-down demake of DayZ.
Super Bread Box is an official demake of Super Crate Box for the Commodore 64, created for the 2012 RGCD 16k competion, later expanded and released on cartridge and as a digital download
The Border Lands is a browser-based, deliberately retro, 16-bit take on Borderlands developed by Gearbox in the lead up to the release of Borderlands 2.
Steins;Gate 8-bit is a spin-off story to the original game done in an 8-bit PC-88 graphical style.
Pixel Force: Halo is an unofficial 8-bit "demake" of Halo: Combat Evolved.
Streemerz is an 8-bit retro platformer by Arthur Lee for his Action 52 Owns project. First created as a freeware PC game, it was "demade" for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Ed Fries and Mike Mika produced this totally unofficial Halo-themed Atari 2600 game and gave away 500 free cartridges in July 2010.
A faux-retro prequel to Dark Void. Pixelated jet-packs abound in this 8-bit side-scrolling shooter for the DSi, PC, and iPhone.
Is a top-down 2D de-make of the original Left 4 Dead.
2D flash version of the parkour game of the same name. Developed by Brad Borne for EA2D.
Retro Raider is a platformer inspired by Tomb Raider and Pitfall!
A flash version of the popular game Portal.
The game that popularized 3D arcade racing and kick-started the 3D revolution of the 90's. Released in 1992 for arcades, it was later ported to Sega home consoles.
Atari's polygonal arcade racer, later adapted for consoles by Tengen.
Shoot bad guys and rescue the hostages in this 1987 first-person Arcade light-gun shooter from Taito.
Hoshi wo Miru Hito is a sci-fi themed Japanese RPG released for the NES in 1987, noteworthy for its difficulty and poor construction. It was only released in Japan.
Swinging side scrolling run-and-gun by Capcom that would start an entire franchise. Ported to many of the computers of the day.
Yu Suzuki's classic 1986 Sega arcade "driving game" puts players behind the wheel of a red convertible sports car on a trip through American- and European-inspired landscapes.
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