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Is anyone in need of more free games? We hope so, as we picked out a few more titles that didn’t create entertainment for money, but rather for pleasure.
Black Widow is a remake of an arcade classic from back in 1982, back when Atari was king. The game developed by Tardis Remakes plays quite like a twin-stick shooter. A spider defends a web from oncoming bugs. To score points, the spider must collect dollar signs scattered across the web and push eggs off the edge, before they transform. It’s presented in simple lines and shiny colors, which can be altered. Tardis Remakes apparently has a history with remodeling old games. You can download Black Widow here.
Major Hertz is a project from a bunch of students from the Vancouver Film School. Explosions and speed make this game made with the versatile Unity engine. Players race through levels, jump off ramps and shoot all enemies in sight. It’s like Sonic the Hedgehog in 3D and with a gun, but without the shame of a nostalgic past lost. Gravity can sometimes take a sideways turn and action definitely keeps a steady pace throughout the game. It helps to keep things breezy that Major Hertz also doesn’t really take itself seriously. Good, clean fun is always appreciated and since it’s free, we suggest you waste some time on this one. You can download it here.