2014 Games

  • Banana Chalice
    GET BANANA SEEK CHALICE Fjords creator Kyle Reimergartin returns to Fantastic Arcade with Banana Chalice, a game in which an interdimensional Banana Cat must journey through an endless wormhole on a quest for chalices.
  • Donut County
    Donut County is a whimsical physics toy that explores negative space by giving you control over a hole in the ground. Every time you swallow something, the hole grows a little bit bigger.
  • Push Me Pull You
    Push Me Pull You is a four-player videogame about friendship and wrestling. Joined at the waist, you and your partner share a single worm-like body and must wrestle the other sports-monster for control of the ball. It’s a bit like a big hug, or playing soccer with your small intestines. With every action affecting both you and your partner (and mandatory shouting) PMPY combines the best parts of 2v2 local multiplayer with the worst parts of your last breakup.
  • Mountain
    The first game from animator David O'Reilly (The External World, Her) with programming by Damien Di Fede (Cosmic DJ). Mountain is an ambient procedural mountain simulator. Through advanced psychographic analysis, a mountain is pulled from the depths of your soul. There are no controls. Enjoy your mountain.
  • Gang Beasts
    Gang Beasts is a silly local multiplayer party game with surly gelatinous characters, brutal mêlée fight sequences, and stupidly hazardous environments to grab, push, pull, throw and pummel your friends in.
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
    Set inside a neon spaceship, players work together manning turrets, lasers, shields and thrusters to fight robots, save animals, and stave off a vacuumy demise. Deep space is a dangerous place, but at least you don’t have to face it alone!
  • Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon
    A secret society came to light in the 18th century and quickly vanished, leaving empty graves and abandoned buildings.  The mystery faded into a footnote of history until it was rediscovered and researched for a video game.  As a spider concerned only with spinning webs and trapping insects, it's unclear why this elaborate story would be of interest to you.
  • Fotonica
    A completely reinvented version of the first-person vector-graphics one-button free-running game FOTONICA, introducing new levels, new modes, new effects and more importanty a 4-player split-screen competitive mode on display for the first time at Fantastic Arcade 2014.
  • Burrito Galaxy 64: Mega Tortilla Bean Saga 30x6 Push It To the Limit
    WARNING! : THIS GAME HAS NO GUNS, BLOOD, OR ZOMBIES, THEREFORE IS NOT A REAL GAME WELCOME TO: " Burrito Galaxy 64: Mega-Tortilla Bean Saga 30X6 - Planetoid SAL-5A XIV Directors Cut: Extreme Edition : Push it to the limit " GRAB UR BURRITO N SUIT UP, ITS TIME TO BEAN IT UP! SLAP, BURP, AND SWACK YOUR WAY THROUGH COUPLES OF PUZZLES, SOME OF DUNGEONS AND TWO OF BOSS. BECOME GUAC - THE FIRST FEMALE BEAN COMMANDER IN BURRITO GALAXY - AND DELIVER THE INTERSTELLAR BEAN PAYLOAD! EXPLORE ALIEN PLANET WHERE IN PIRATES HAVE TAKEN YOUR BEAN CORE. HOW WILL GUAC DELIVER THE BEANS NOW!? FEATURES - GROOVY COOL TUNES WIGGITY WACK HAND DRAWN ART SUPER SWAG ITEMS AND COMBAT TOTALLY TOOBULAR CONVERSATION WITH ALIENS AND HIDDEN RAPPER GIRL IF YOU DIE IN THE GAME YOU DIE FOR REAL DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES? CAN YOU ASCEND YOUR MORTAL HUSK AND LEAVE BEHIND THIS WASTE OF A LIFE IN PURSUIT OF HIGHER BURRITOS?
  • Captain Forever Remix
    Captain Forever Remix is a 2D action/roguelike where you build a spaceship out of lego bits and travel across the solar system destroying tougher & tougher enemies and scavenging their remains for new ship parts. The game is based on the award-winning "Asteroids meets Lego" cult hit Captain Forever.
  • Catacomb Kids
    Wield a huge assortment of generated weapons, from the puniest dagger to the most legendary trident and everything in between -- or use the environment itself as your weapon. Quick reactions will keep you alive, as you knock foes to their deaths in spike pits, avoid being crushed to death by boulders, and drink all the wrong potions. Unleash powerful spells to burn, freeze and poison foes, or to tamper with time and space. Overcome traps and foes both deadly and unrelenting as you delve ever deeper into the Catacombs. But mostly, die. Over and over and over again.
  • Deep Under the Sky
    Try life as a strange jellyfish in a remarkable world. Learn to fly through the thick atmosphere of a psychedelic Venus to perpetuate your species among the air-whales.
  • Future Unfolding
    Future Unfolding is an experimental approach to the action-adventure genre. Explore a mystical forest filled with life, both beautiful and dangerous. The world of Future Unfolding is procedurally generated, and each play-through allows you to experience a new and different layout.
  • Glitchhikers
    Have you ever driven alone late at night? Found yourself thinking thoughts you’d never have anywhere else? Weird music playing on the radio? Glitchhikers is about that experience. Every drive is a journey. Every thought a conversation. What do you see when you look out at the night sky?
  • Gorogoa
    Gorogoa is a lovingly hand-illustrated world suspended inside of a unique puzzle. To solve the puzzle, the player rearranges a few tiles on a simple grid, placing them next to or on top of one another. But each tile is also a window into a different part of the game world--or perhaps into a different world--and each window plays like its own little game. Even so, the key to progressing never lies within one tile, but in the connections between tiles.
  • Haunt the House: Terrortown
    ...What was that sound? Is somebody there? Leave the dusty halls of an abandoned clock tower to haunt your way through a town in the dead of night! Possess objects with your ghostly soul, to scare people away from a museum, a hospital, a theatre and a cruise ship. Will you be able to scare everyone out and reclaim what has been lost, before the night is over?
  • Heat Signature
    Heat Signature is a game about sneaking aboard randomly generated spaceships, stealing things and punching people. You pilot a small unarmed ship, and take on missions that involve boarding larger ships to steal, kill, or whatever else your clients might want. To do that, you have to get close enough to their airlock without their heat sensors detecting you, which means using your thrusters strategically. Once aboard, you'll need to sneak past or knock out their crew and navigate their corridors to reach your objective.
  • How Do You Do It?
    How Do You Do It puts players in the role of an 11-year-old girl whose mother has just stepped out for an errand. The girl immediately grabs her dolls and furtively attempts to figure out how sex works using these plastic surrogates. The game is a portrait of how Nina, one of the developers, actually explored her sexuality as a child who had never been given "The Talk."