Or at least while it lasts. A pair going by Scott and Mike are well on their way to creating a playable voxel-based The Legend of Zelda in honor of the game’s 30th anniversary.
What we’ve got here is a “Minecraft-Like Infinite Voxel World” built in Unreal Engine 4. In layman’s terms, it’s a very pretty but limited Minecraft demo running in a triple-A game engine.
Following in the steps of the Persona dancing game, one fan decided the next logical step would be a Persona go-carting game.
Mega Man fans aren't just hardcore. They're dedicated. Case in point: this awesome fan game that two people have been working on since 2008.
Legends of the Arena is a Pokémon game that's been cooking for a while—and you should totally check it out.
Pokémon Insurgence might not be an official Pokémon game, but that doesn't make Insurgence any less exciting. The reason? Features. Glorious, glorious features.
Much like Super Smash Flash 2, this one's for the PC. It's called Super Smash Bros. Crusade, and its massive roster of playable fighters include familiar faces like Mario, Bowser, and Kirby, and a ton of newcomers, like Ridley, Rayman, Crash Bandicoot, Klonoa, Krystal from Star Fox, and even Phoenix Wright.
You like Gundam? Do you have time to kill on some simple flash games? Then, boy, do I have the site for you.
It's no secret how much I enjoyed Kill la Kill; but now that it's been off the air for a few months, I feel like there is a hole in my heart. Seeking to fill that void, I took to the net and have returned with two fan games.
Pokémon Evoas is a fan-made game that aims to change and mix up a few things concerning classic Pokémon gameplay. It is a mostly one-man project by th3sharkk and a a few other contributors, who have just released a 30-minute preview of their project that is playable over here.
Recently, Japan saw the release of a new Madoka Magica video game on the Vita. As I was playing, I decided to look around for other Madoka games—and the fan-game Homura Combat really caught my eye.
This is Renegade X, a fan game in development for over six years. It's come quite far since then, and now, it's just about ready to go.
Don't let the 'fangame' moniker fool you. This is the real deal.
This fall marks the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. What better what to say "congrats" than with a fan-made Super Mario game that puts Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, 3 and Super Mario World in a blender. Drink it up!