Warblade 1.32 Warblade is a PC arcade shoot'em up game with focus on very good playability. The game is a remake for the PC of my Amiga game Deluxe Galaga. Was one of Adrenaline Vaults top shareware games! The game requires DirectX 8.1 or later.
Deluxe PocMon PC 1.13 Arcade fun for the whole family. Navigate the mazes, eat the dots and gobble the power pills to eat those ghosts! Pick up bonuses along the way and try to find some of the games secrets. This game is made with 3 goals in mind. Fun, fun, fun!
Description: Hot classic arcade puzzle action for your PC!
Help Pixie find her way home through the dark forest and back to her friends and family.
Have you have ever wondered what it would be like to be a fairy and change the world into a happy place? Grab a chance to make your dreams come true with Pixie, because its about time to make the world a beautiful place again, by colouring it with flowers and butterflies. Of course, evil forces will be there to try to prevent you from succeeding in your happiness mission, but dont let them get to you. Send magic vines to fence off a majority of the board and fill it with happiness.
This game features 100 levels, 4 big bad boss levels, many bonuses to collect and money to spend in a magical boutique. There are 40 medals to earn (like PS3 trophies or XBox achievements) and each player can have their own profile to record their game statistics. Game stats can be seen ingame or compared online with other Pixie players around the world. An online Hall Of Fame is available too. Pixie is the new casual game everybody is talking about so dont miss out. Download the demo or buy the full version today!
List of some of the features in Pixie...
100 levels in full version
40 Medals to earn
Profiles for your game stats
In game shop to use your gold coins
Potions and help
Lots of good and bad bonuses
Family and kids friendly game
Online Hall of Fame
Excellent gameplay and lots of fun for all the family !!
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