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Ten arcade games from Data East, released for the Blaze Evercade.
A bundle of the two LucasArts classics.
A VR minigame collection.
Blaseball is a community-driven, browser-based simulation game resembling the sport of baseball.
Data East Collection 1 compiles together 10 classic Data East titles as they were on the NES and SNES.
From the studios behind the indie games Streets of Fury and Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap comes an official fourth installment of Sega's Streets of Rage beat-'em-up series.
The third game in the series puts players in a food truck traversing a war-torn America.
A comedic take on the already ludicrous "___ Simulator" fad, featuring a young buck deer who is capable of massively insane feats.
A kart racing game based on the children's YouTube channel Ryan's World that stars Ryan Kaji and features other characters from the channel.
There ain't no Party! like a BurgerTime Party! 'cause a BurgerTime Party! don't stop.
Return to the Borderlands as one of a new team of Vault Hunters to stop a crazed, live-streaming cult known as The Children of the Vault spreading like an interstellar plague.
An all-new Build engine game that follows in the tradition of 90s FPS classics like Duke Nukem 3D and Blood.
A game about designing and creating autonomous kitchens.
A companion game to season 3 of Stranger Things done up in a retro 16-bit adventure game.
A game with 100 different endings.
A remake of the 1998 survival horror classic, Resident Evil 2.
A “legal suspense action” game developed by Sega's Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, the team behind the Yakuza games, for the PlayStation 4.
A collection of seven classic arcade belt-scrolling brawlers from Capcom, including the first home releases of both Armored Warriors and Battle Circuit.
A bizarre static-screen shoot-'em up where the Devil tries to take over the world with various things like food, Russians, and pandas.
From the creators of Punch Club comes Graveyard Keeper, the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management sim of 2017.
A VR cooking game.
A cancelled free-to-play '80s-themed survival-shooter from the studio behind LawBreakers.
A platforming game about a burger loving llama.
A prehistoric themed park tycoon simulation.
A twin-stick shooter from Pixwerk.
The second Little Alchemy game.
Mop up murders in Serial Cleaner.
A sequel to the original Mighty Gunvolt featuring a character growth system.
A point-and-click adventure game.
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