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A list of Released Arcade video games for AND sorted by composite score.

Arcade games. Titles from this category require particularly good manual skills. Main purpose of the gameplay is to reach a specific point or defeat enemies while controlling a character or a vehicle. Arcade games usually don’t have any story or have it in a very simple form. This category contains e.g. popular platformers. more

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Thomas Was Alone
Thomas Was Alone

8.9 Game Score

Minimalistic 2D platformer showing the fate of a group of rectangles being the first representatives of artificial intelligence possessing feelings. We use the characteristic features of individual characters while learning about their personalities, problems and reflections.

Hue
Hue

8.8 Game Score

The debut production of the independent studio Fiddlesick, combining elements of platformer and logic game. While playing, we assume the role of the eponymous hero whose task is to find his lost mother. The path to his goal is a bumpy one because his mother, a lady scientist who deals with color research, got lost somewhere in a monochromatic world. In the game, we traverse vast, single-colored maps, avoiding various obstacles and solving puzzles based mostly on color manipulation.

Luftrausers
Luftrausers

8.0 Game Score

Arcade shooter in an old-fashioned style, characterized by a very simple, two-dimensional graphic design in the style of eight-bit classics. The player takes on the role of the pilot of the title plane, able to perform heavenly stunts and at the same time eliminate approaching enemies with various weapons.

Alto's Adventure
Alto's Adventure

7.9 Game Score

A simple arcade endless runner game by indie studio Snowman. The protagonist is a llama shepherd. When the animals scatter across the area, he has to catch them all. During the game you ride a snowboard on procedurally generated hills — the character move forward automatically and your task is to avoid obstacles on the snowy route, perform acrobatics (which give you additional points), and escape the angry enemies, whose sleep you interrupt.

Vector 2
Vector 2

7.9 Game Score

Continuation of the original auto-run platformer that was the first major success of Russian independent studio Nekki. Plot of Vector 2 continues the storyline of the original and takes us back to the dreary world of the future, in which the eye of Big Brother keeps track of all actions of the people.

Hill Climb Racing 2
Hill Climb Racing 2

7.8 Game Score

A sequel to the crazy mobile arcade games by Fingersoft. In Hill Climb Racing 2, once again, you drive a variety of vehicles, and your task is to complete a given track within a time limit. You can drive off-road vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, and even buses, and to win you have to use ramps scattered all over the tracks to perform various tricks and acrobatics, which vary depending on your vehicle.

Super Mario Run
Super Mario Run

7.8 Game Score

A mobile installment of the famous platform game franchise by Nintendo, and a typical autorunner production for portable devices. You play, of course, as the eponymous plumber, who constantly moves to the right side of the screen, and your task is to avoid obstacles while eliminating enemies and gathering special golden coins. There are two game modes in Super Mario Run.

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist
PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist

7.7 Game Score

A 2D mobile platformer game which focuses on the person of the titular youtuber. PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist was created by Outerminds - a Canadian developer popular for the freeware app Tadpole Tap. Similar to other representatives of the genre, the player explores subsequent levels, jumping across platforms, overcoming obstacles, searching for collectibles, as well as fighting various enemies (wolves, illuminati, or powerful bosses for example).

World of Goo
World of Goo

7.7 Game Score

World of Goo is a logic-arcade game produced and published by Kyle Gabler and Ron Carmel, a two-person development team from the 2D Boy studio. The game, designed exclusively for one player, consists in building various constructions of gelatinous slurry balls, i.e. the title Goo, which is permanently disturbed by gravity and other laws of physics. The title, characterized by specific visual setting and original situational humour, was considered one of the most original games of 2008.

Crossy Road
Crossy Road

7.6 Game Score

Cult mobile arcade game, also transferred to personal computers. In the debut work of the Hipster Whale studio, the player takes control of the hen (later, other animals or characters can be unlocked) and, like in the classic Frogger, tries to get through the hostile environment full of traps. This time, however, we're dealing with the so-called endless runner - closed levels have been replaced by a randomly generated board without a finish line as such.

Geometry Dash
Geometry Dash

7.6 Game Score

Geometers Dash is a combination of a platform arcade game with a rhythmic game, in which the player controls a colorful square and travels through more and more complicated levels. The title also offers the possibility to build your own boards.

Rayman Adventures
Rayman Adventures

7.4 Game Score

A colorful 2D platformer that continues the long-standing game series developed by the Ubisoft company. At the same time, it is the third installment designed with mobile platforms in mind. The story of Rayman Adventures revolves around a sacred tree growing in the middle of a magic forest. When the ancient eggs that sustain the tree are stolen, the task of bringing them back falls on no one else than the brave Rayman.

Space Frontier
Space Frontier

7.0 Game Score

A 2D arcade game by Ketchapp, a famous mobile game producer, known from e.g. 2048. You task is to colonize Mars. To achieve that, you use special rockets, which consist of modules. Those modules are incinerated during flight, and you have to tap the screen when the fire is closest to a green bar on each module. The gameplay requires good timing and patience, and features other elements for additional variety. You can e.g. change the color of your rocket by tapping a special machine.

Rodeo Stampede: Sky Zoo Safari
Rodeo Stampede: Sky Zoo Safari

7.0 Game Score

A free mobile game developed by Featherweight Games, the creators of Skiing Yeti Mountain. In Rodeo Stampede: Sky Zoo Safari, the player assumes the role of a rodeo champion whose job is to ride different kinds of animals and manage his own zoo. Therefore, we travel around the world to catch creatures that live in savanna. Our main goal is to get the highest possible scores by riding animals.

Angry Birds Star Wars
Angry Birds Star Wars

7.0 Game Score

Angry Birds Star Wars is the fifth installment of one of the most popular logic-arcade games in the world. This time, in the well known production of Rovio Mobile, Furious Birds are fighting piggies in the universe of Star Wars.

Angry Birds
Angry Birds

6.9 Game Score

A PC version of the best-selling dexterity game, well known primarily to users of tablets and mobile phones. The task of the players is to shoot the title "furious birds" from the slings in the piggies hidden behind various obstacles.

Limbo
Limbo

6.6 Game Score

Very unique two-dimensional platformer from the independent developer PlayDead. We play as a small boy who sets on dangerous journey to save his sister. He traverses surrealistic landscapes, coming across many deadly traps and running away from monstrous spider, which follow him tirelessly. In terms of gameplay, Limbo borrows from classic platform titles, though not without adding a few original features.

Subway Surfers
Subway Surfers

6.5 Game Score

Colorful arcade game, belonging to the casual genre of endless runners. We play the role of graphic artists caught in the hot deed, who are forced to flee from a police inspector and his dog. During the game, we move around the roofs of wagons and railway tracks, avoiding any obstacles with the help of a special skateboard.

Goat Simulator
Goat Simulator

6.0 Game Score

Goat Simulator is a humorous simulator that serves as a commercial extension of the joke game made by Swedish Coffee Stain (known primarily from the Sanctum series). The game lets you control a crazy goat named Pilgor which destroys everything in the virtual world. The goal is to cause as much damage as possible with the use of a wide range of absurd accessories, like rockets, explosives, etc. It was the developers’ ambition to create a big cliché parody, mocking low-budget simulators.

Angry Birds 2
Angry Birds 2

5.3 Game Score

The second full-fledged installment in an extremely popular action-logic game franchise that earned the Finnish studio Rovio worldwide fame. After a string of spin-offs that combined the original gameplay with elements from other genres, this title goes back to the roots of the franchise, using well-known mechanics with a handful of new solutions. What is different, is the design of levels, which now feature not just of a single structure but also contribute to a larger entity.

Flappy Bird
Flappy Bird

5.3 Game Score

A famous arcade game in which we direct a small bird traversing a dangerous location full of protruding pipes. The player's task is to avoid them in order to collect as many points as possible.

Terraria
Terraria

5.0 Game Score

A sandbox platform game by indie studio Re-Logic, sometimes called the 2D version of the popular Minecraft. There is no set goal; your task is basically to shape the randomly-generated world around you. At first you only have a few basic tools, which allow you to dig and find resources, chop wood, and create simple structures. As the game progresses, due to the extensive crafting system, you discover better tools, allowing you to create advanced materials and to fight monsters.

Rayman
Rayman

4.1 Game Score

A colourful platformer, which gave rise to the popular series with Rayman in the lead role. Our friendly hero sets out to help the inhabitants of the Dreamland, imprisoned by the insidious Mr. Darek. In order to defeat him, he has to travel through six different and dangerous worlds.

Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!
Crash Bandicoot: On the Run!

3.9 Game Score

Mobile spin-off of platform games series with Crash Bandicoot. King game is an auto runner similar to Super Mario Run, but with bosses and items known from the main part of the cycle.