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Winter Games Tournament Roundup

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The Leadwerks 2016 Winter Games Tournament is complete! This tournament brought some new types of games we haven't seen before, with a wide range of new games to try. Here's a review.

 

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The Adventures of Relic Rick

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/games/_/the-adventures-of-relic-rick-public-alpha-v100-r108

 

You control the adventurer, Rick, who is on a hunt for an ancient artifact for his museum. During his search in an underground ruin, he feels an earthquake and, before he knows it, the ground caves in beneath his feet! Rick is then swallowed into a secret temple! Trapped inside, Rick must proceed forward through the newly discovered ruin using his wits to solve puzzles, collect keys, and survive to escape the labyrinth. Will he ever find a way out of this secret underground dungeon or will it become his permanent tomb? It is up to you to help guide Rick out of his unfortunate state.

 

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Sentinal Defect

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=625497837

 

Survive against waves of killer robot spiders, armed with an SMG and an endless supply of ammunition. How many waves can you survive? The visual design is simple but consistent and striking.

 

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Present Hunt

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=629645154

 

Gather the presents and bring them to the tree. Heavy post-processing effects and a rich atmosphere make this an environment worth exploring.

 

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Dungeon Creeper

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=621811493

 

You're the pest-control snow-machine repair guy! Your career in life is to visit different places on your trusty boat and fix their machinery. This winter, you've received a special call out to Snow Town - their snow machine has broken down and they need you to re-set it!

 

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d4Shmup

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=630002481

 

An overhead shoot-em-up made with Leadwerks! Pilot your ship through a short level blasting enemies in your path.

 

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The Hankinator's Ode to Alpha Dog

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=626762660

 

The Hankinator is back with another wacky game. You are a dog air-dropped into a viking village on a mission to bite as many people as possible.

 

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The Lost and The Fallen

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=630028747

 

This interesting concept lets you lead your dog to locate a missing person. Locate the missing individual with the help of your dog. Should be possible to 'complete' the first single level but only intended as very early demo.

 

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Science Preview

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=605707281

 

This science fiction FPS pits you against an endless onslaught of terrifying monsters. The level design is reminiscent of 1990's shooters. Try it now!

 

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Maze Sweeper

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=630071001

 

From the author:

You have gotten captured by evil scientist trying to experement on you, when you find guns and a way out, you find a monster that has not became so crazy as the other monsters, and he knows the way through the maze to the teleporter, you hope he will last, but he may become crazy on the way out.

 

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Nennerog

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=627877110

 

An experimental first-person shooter from first-time author lbxr2000.

 

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My Place

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=626851826

 

Explore the mountain base.

 

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3rd Person Controller

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=616558416

 

This tech demo lets you control a character in third-person view, with lots of level interactions to try.

 

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Ice Island

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=610426359

 

While not strictly a game, this is an interesting environment to explore.

 

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ZombScar

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=615676471

 

Explore the surface of another planet.

 

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Pong3D

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=603368404

 

Play the classic game "Pong" in a bright flashing futuristic 3D setting.

 

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Recovery

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/viewitem?fileid=613979230

 

A beginning game made with Workshop content, with a cool menu.

 

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