A hillbilly space elf named Christine is arrested for collaborating with a despotic Shogun who is conquering the galaxy. After having a bomb installed in her skull, Christine is given a chance at redemption by braving a treacherous planet in search of a powerful artifact.
Arkista’s Ring is a nonlinear sci-fi fantasy adventure where you choose your path through the game. Doors open via single-use keys, and some paths to the end are easier than others. Wield a vast array of sci-fi weaponry and fantastical artifacts against the strangest creatures in the galaxy.
DO NOT USE BOLOGNESE GORE MOD! IT BREAKS THE GAME!
Strobe effects don’t work in Gzdoom versions later than Gzdoom 3.7.2.
Juno is drafted by her government to destroy an enemy operation centered around a stealth submarine which could allow two maniacs to dominate the globe. The mission is somewhat personal for Juno, as one of those maniacs is an old rival with a score to settle.
Includes new maps, weapons, and enemies in a modified Junoverse (Project Einherjar, Midgard Outlaw). All maps are adapted from Operation Arctic Wolf and remade from scratch for improved, streamlined gameplay and a more cinematic experience.
Play as Mick Chaos, brother to the slightly demented Dr. Chaos, and shoot your way through three action/puzzle maps as you solve whatever weird inter-dimensional kerfuffle the good doctor has caused this time. Features a new weapon and a new monster. Read the included pdf for the detailed story, helpful clues, and useless trivia.
Bungalow of Dr. Chaos – Mick returns from the Great War to find a letter waiting for him from his brother Dr. Chaos, begging for his help in closing a series of unstable dimensional portals.
Dr. Chaos Strikes Back – Mick is perturbed to learn that the Turkish bath he helped Dr. Chaos build is being used by the doctor to deliver water to a dying desert planet, with predictable space-time continuum disrupting results. Now the bath house/dimensional engine has gone haywire and must be shut down before worlds collide.
City of Chaos – Mick accidentally breaks a delicate dimensional device in the city of Dander, Norway and splits the city into three different timelines. He must explore them to find the missing pieces of the machine and restore the space-time continuum.
Mickey Chaos has his hands full once again. His brother Dr. Chaos has taken their sister Didi on an expedition to ancient Mars, back when the planet was teeming with life. Unfortunately the martian locals stole the Flux Accelerator’s five “time batteries”, stranding Didi on an alien planet with no way back home. With only enough juice left for a one-way trip, Mickey now must collect the batteries, repair the Accelerator, and bring Didi back to earth before Mom has a heart attack.
Four more maps to explore hub-style: a treacherous valley split by countless waterfalls, an ancient city collapsing into lava, a decrepit castle full of cultists, and a vast underground cannibal lair. Several new enemies, including dinosaurs! Use the Tome of Power to turn Mickey’s Colt .45 into a crowd-shredding Tommy Gun!
The HORUS terrorist group has just made super-terrorist Victor Baloch its new leader, and they’ve stolen several nuclear warheads. With the nukes in tow, they’ve begun holding the world hostage one region at a time.
In response to this, NATO has greenlit a campaign to eradicate HORUS and Victor once and for all, with the Hercules of counter-terrorism Hector Juarez taking point. Operation Body Count is a go.
The original Operation Body Count could have been Jihadenstein, but was instead a pile of crap. The mod ended up being an amalgamation of missions based on other games about terrorist takeovers: Hostages, Persian Gulf Inferno, and Alcatraz to name a few. Each mission is a single map filled with various objectives and nasty terrorists, often inspired by other games of the same era that revolved around terrorist threats.
Save your prom date (and the rest of the school) from an ill-timed ghoulish apocalypse. Solve puzzles with your brain and hit undead monsters with your bat. Talk to people and friendly monsters for clues and important items.
Based on Scott Marshall’s NES game of the same name, and tries to stay true to his original vision to the best of its ability. Maybe. I dunno, maybe it’s way off. It’s fun anyhow.