Anamorphic

Anamorphism is a specific behavior of letterboxed pictures. If a picture with a wide aspect ratio is letterboxed on a 4:3 monitor, and when the same image is shown on a widescreen monitor, the aspect ratio is unaltered, but the black bars are either reduced or removed, it is said to be anamorphic. This behavior is very common for widescreen DVD movies, fairly common for cut-scenes in PC games, but very uncommon in proper gameplay of PC games.

Submitted by Anonymous on 3 January, 2014 - 13:50

PixelJunk Shooter

One of the few (and arguably the best) fluid-physics based puzzlers on the omnipotent PC platform is in fact... a cave shooter released 4 years earlier on the PS3. Go figure.

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Submitted by Garrett on 14 November, 2013 - 04:21

Hover (2013)

Hover is a remake of the Windows 95 bundled game Hover! used to show off the advanced capabilities of Internet Explorer 11. It can be played online in an HTML5-capable browser at hover.ie or downloaded from the Windows Store for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1.

Submitted by ShadowStealer7 on 26 July, 2013 - 09:14

Crusader Kings

Europe is in turmoil. The lands are fragmented into petty fiefs and the Emperor struggles with the Pope. At this very moment the Pope has declared that those who go to liberate the Holy Land will be freed of all sins.

Gather prestige and piety and the world will whisper your name in awe. Will you co-opt other monarchs, and the Pope, under your leadership to liberate the Holy Land? Do you have what it takes to become a Crusader King?

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