Relive your childhood, or someone else’s, with these retro style games. Who needs 4K graphics when you can have 16 bit? But seriously, these games are pretty fun and will run on a wider range of systems. Why not try one of these on one of yours.
Organ Trail from The Men Who Wear Many Hats
That classic game, played by elementary students everywhere, now with zombies. Get a car-full of friends across the country without dying.
Available on: Steam (Windows, Mac, Linux), Google Play, iTunes, PS4 and Vita
Party Hard from Tiny Build
An 80s slasher movie in pixel graphics game form. You’re sick of your neighbors loud parties and decide to end them for good. Kill all of the guests without getting caught so you can continue your reign of terror across the country. Do not attempt in real life.
Available on: Steam (Windows, Linux)
Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut from Superflat Games
Escape a disease-ravaged city by any means necessary.
Available on Steam (Windows, Mac)
Lucius Demake from Shiver Games
Lucius is a little boy with some special gifts that aid him on a homicidal rampage through his house. Now with fewer pixels but just as much murder.
Available on Steam (Windows, Linux)
Home from Benjamin Rivers
A horror adventure where you decide what happens. After waking up in a house that isn’t yours, as you explore the world around you changes in subtle ways. What it all means is up to interpretation and everyone has a different theory.
Available on: Steam (Windows, Mac), The Humble Store (Windows, Mac), Amazon (Windows, Mac), PS4/Vita, and iTunes
Deadly 30 from Iggy Zuk and Gonzossm
Developed by a two man team, this game challenges players to survive 30 days and nights in a zombie apocalypse. Recruit companions, upgrade weapons and fortify your position to increase your chances of survival.
Available on: Steam (Windows, Mac)
What was your favorite late 80s/early 90s game? Let’s talk about it in the comments.
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