Low-Profile Games

Here are some games that you, the viewer, probably never even heard of (when they were released to the market of course) - though not necessarily for the worse.

Rank Game Release Date GameSpot Score Gelugon_baat's Score
1

Teleglitch

Top-down shooters are not quite extinct yet.

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2

The Spirit Engine 2

One of very few indie games that actually deserves its great music - and one of even fewer indie games that is fully freeware.

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3

Alien Shooter: The Experiment

When Jeff Gerstmann describes the game as "you shoot at aliens", you should already well know that it's inconsequential and cheesy silliness.

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4

Journey of a Roach

Journey of a Roach's shortness and unrealized potential makes it difficult to recommend over Daedalus Entertainment's other publications.

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5

The Whispered World

You can polish gold coins with grindstones and make arrowheads out of them in this one.

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6

The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav

'Tis quite a bittersweet tale.

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7

A New Beginning

With such a generic title like that, it is no wonder that this game is so low-profile.

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8

Ultratron

In which psychedelic neon-laden visuals hurt the gameplay.

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9

Hoard

Pillaging and burning has never been so cheesily fun.

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10

Droid Assault

A showcase of how silly robots can be when left to their own devices.

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11

Titan Attacks!

If you want to look how old-school arcade games would look like given "modern" treatment, there's Titan Attacks.

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12

Gratuitous Space Battles

In this game, 2D space battles are reduced to a matter of mixing and matching ships and parts. No playing space admiral in this one.

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