25 Games Like Alice Madness Returns

Alice Madness Returns

Alice Madness Returns is the sequel to the PC game Alice by video game designer American McGee. Released for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in 2011, Alice Madness Returns earned a cult following for its unique game design.

Alice Madness Returns is about Alice Lidell, who went made after her parents and sister were killed in a fire. Madness Returns begins several years after Alice was released from the mental asylum. Alice seeks to return to Wonderland, her refugee, but it has been corrupted by an evil force.
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Space Expedition: Classic Adventure Review

Space Expedition: Classic Adventure is an utterly entertaining, unique and atmospheric game. It’s one of those games where you travel back and forth, gathering new items that allow you to reexplore previously visited areas. And that is probably the worst game description I’ll ever pen in my life. It’s not dissimilar to Metroid. But to call it a Metroid clone would be grossly unfair. It’s a dark, surprising, and even disturbing adventure, a puzzle platformer with tons of areas to explore.

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A Classic Video Game Resurrected: Q*bert Rebooted

Q*Bert Reboted

B*Bert rebooted offers both the classic game itself and Q*bert: Rebooted. Both are similar, you jump on blocks and they change colour. Change the colour of all the blocks and the level’s complete. Simple, pure, retro goodness. Through in a few enemies and you’ve got all the complexity you need. Sadly, the classic version here isn’t quite as good as the original (but really, the original of anything is always the best, right?). Still, the gameplay is excellent and it definitely will put a smile on the face of nostalgic old gamers like me.

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20+ Games Like Shovel Knight

Shovel Knight

The best indie game of 2014. Shovel Knight journeys across the land beating the heck out of all who stand in his way (with his favourite shovel, naturally) making his way to Tower of Fate to serve justice to the evil Order of No Quarter.

Despite its seemingly simplistic premise, there’s a heck of a lot going on in Shovel Knight. The stages are deep with tons of things to explore and there are many secrets to be found. This will definitely remind you of the games you played as a kid, with levels that seem to have jumped from Mega Man or Mario.

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Games Like Starbound


tarbound is a new game released through Steam. Even before its release Starbound had tons of followers, and then it went and made its way into the top ten played games no Steam. “What made it so popular?” I hear you ask. Well I’ll tell ya what. . .

The deal with Starbound is that it’s Terraria.

True story.

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Games Like Metroid


Metroid is a classic and highly popular series of Nintendo games in which you play as Samus Aran as she journey’s through space. There have been tons of different games in the Metroid series, with many of them being critically acclaimed. The original Metroid games began as a cross between Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda, merging the platform and puzzle genres. These were heavily improved upon when Metroid Prime was released for Gamecube.

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20+ Games Like Limbo


Limbo is an artistic 2D sidescrolling puzzle platform game that uses an integrated physics engine to allow for realistic movement of objects and of the player character. In the game you must guide an unnamed character over levels full of dangers and traps, eventually finding your sister. The game is difficult and players will die many times as they try to solve each puzzle.

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26 Games Like Happy Wheels

Happy Wheels

Happy Wheels is a game by video game developer Jim Bonacci, an entirely free to play browser based game which is slightly disturbing but also hilarious. When you register for Happy Wheels you’ll be able to save your replays and rate the levels you have played.
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Happy Wheels is an ingenious and hilarious game in which you play through various utterly bizarre levels in which your own character and many other characters are basically torn apart limb from limb.

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25 Games Like OddWorld Abes Oddsyee, Strangers Wrath, New N Tasty


The OddWorld series (OddWorld Abes Oddsyee, Strangers Wrath, and New N Tasty) is a platformer by video game developer OddWorld Inhabitants. The original game, OddWorld Abe’s Oddysee was released in 1997 for PSOne, Windows and DOS. This was then followed up by OddWorld Strangers Wrath and the new game OddWorld New N Tasty.

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Robot Hitler Wants You Dead: 10 Second Ninja

10 Second Ninja

2D action platformer 10 Second Ninja has been garnering a lot of press attention of late, partly due to its premise, partly due to its excellent game design. Created by Dan Pearce and featuring music by Tim Rurkowsi, 10 Second Ninja has you filling the shoes of a ninja killing Nazi robots whose leader, Robot Hitler, wants you dead. Basically it’s that dream I had the other week, but in video game form.

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Magnetic by Nature | Video Game Design School Reviews

The latest game from University of Utah Arts and Engineering degree students is Magnetic by Nature, in which players take on the role of a robot who must move through levels using magnetic powers.


The first thing to strike us about Magnetic by Nature is the intuitive feel to the controls. Controls are, of course, one of the most important elements of video game design, so it says much to University of Utah’s credit that its students have created so high a quality control scheme.

With the XBLIG version of the game you get about an hour to an hour and a half of gaming. In that time you’ll be exposed to many different playstyles. Levels range from physics puzzles to platforming to fighting, hence touching on a truly diverse range of genres.  In all play-styles you’ll be madly trying to control your robot character, who zooms through levels at breathtaking speed.

At times, the movement can feel somewhat out of control. There are times when hazardous elements of the environment move too fast, making success more a case of luck than skill. In one level a beam of light— that kills you in one touch—moves much too fast and invariably leads to frustrating deaths. Elements like this show a slight lack of polish (or perhaps a lack of time). The good news in this respect is that the game’s developers are apparently aware of the issues and are making efforts to correct the issues.

Even without the few fixes the team are making, there is a great deal about Magnetic by Nature that does University of Utah’s Arts and Engineering department proud. The game is good fun, has solid controls and the majority of the key ingredients of game design have been created professionally.  This is one of the best student games we have played here at GamePlayersReview, a great representation of the work being done at University of Utah.

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