Machines at War is a real time strategy game where you command an army of forces across the battlefield. You are challenged to construct an epic war machine and use it to become a dominating world power. It features a random map system so every game you play is unique and poses new challenges. Build bridges to cross water, mow down forests to clear a path to the enemy, build walls to defend your position, track tread marks left by enemy tanks to their base, or hide under trees for an ambush attack. Expand your city with over 40 structures and units. As your empire grows you can research technologies to guide the focus of your strategy.
Atomic Cannon is an artillery duel game with 100 weapons of mass destruction and 25 deformable scenic landscapes to wage war on. Additional features include death match and round based game modes, multi-player mode with up to 16 players, real time smoke trails, weather effects, real physics, and five music tracks. Some weapons have radioactive effects that harm your opponents over time. Other weapons create landmasses you can use to your tactical advantage to hide behind as cover.
Patricia Attack is a side scrolling game based on source code from the book "Developing Games in Java". In the game, your name is AMerican Virgin. Your job is teaching kids. Some beautiful day, the school turns into a slaughterhouse. Patricia, the most evil (and ugly!) teacher, always loved to abuse students. But this time, she allied with Evil. Joint forces of evil teachers and infernal creatures began Armageddon in the school and its vicinity. Your job is to descend into hell, stop Evil, and rescue as many souls as possible.
While Performous might be classified as a karaoke program, it is actually much more than that. Instead of just displaying the lyrics, notes are also displayed, and the performance is scored based on how well you actually hit the notes. Unlike in many other games in this genre, you will also see the pitch that you are singing, so you can see what you are doing wrong and easily (well, everything is relative) correct your pitch.