Blastaway: Newmex [WIP]
[Recommended graphics settings of at least 5] The year is 2150... or somewhere around that. Hard to tell the time when there's nobody left to keep track of it. Embark on the journey across the war-torn no man's land of New Mexico and learn its secrets, but beware, for the wasteland is cruel, and wherever you're headed, it won't let your reach your goal the easy way. This game is a work in progress. Bugs will be found, things that may make you question your sanity might pop up out of nowhere in the least expected moment, the world as you know it is gone, and everything in the unstable wasteland is prone to drastic changes.
Blastaway: The Lost Wastelands
[This game is not entirely compatible with FilteringEnabled. It is playable, but some features may be no longer accessible, and you should expect a lot of bugs] Welcome to the Lost Wastelands - a long forgotten territory on the borderlands of Texas and Mexico. You're one of the survivors of the nuclear war, or one of their descendants. Team up with other wastelanders to explore the vast deserts and abandoned ghost towns together, or immerse in the atmoshpere of solitude and post-apocalyptic devastation as a lone wanderer. Gather weaponry, fight your enemies, and become the legend of the Lost Wastelands. Conquer settlements. Make alliances and factions. Become a traveling master of survival. Discover the mysteries of the post-apocalyptic Texas or create your own story. The choice is yours!
Hawaii Beach '89
After years of searching, our four heroes finally found out the coordinates of one of the last islands that hadn't perished in the nuclear war. Getting there was not the problem, but they're not the only ones after the tropical archipelago. To colonize the intact lands they must first face another paramilitary organization trying to seize it. Showcase inspired by a scene from "Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number".
Deep Impact [FilteringEnabled]
Even in a completely devastated post-apocalyptic world wasteland bandits, bounty hunters, traders and regular travelers still like to meet up in some comfy place, eat something, listen to music or just take a quick breather before setting out further into the desert. The Deep Impact Club located in a former military bunker on the No Man's Wastelands satisfies all those needs. Despite the hard conditions, thanks to the experienced staff and skilled mercenaries loyal to the mysterious and influential founder of the club, referred to as the Employer, Deep Impact brings back the atmosphere of the long forgotten world and thrives, attracting visitors from all around the wastelands. Functions: Interactive showcase, social hangout and rp, group meeting place.
Welcome to the Machine
[Disclaimer: This place only serves aesthetic function, there is no gameplay to it.] All wastelanders roaming the vast deserts of America are familiar with the legend of a gigantic pre-war vehicle serving as a mobile fortress. Manticore T866, formerly a marvellous haul truck able to literally relocate mountains, now is known as the Machine, the Iron Goddess, city-predator. With skilled navigation crew, security formed by the finest mercenaries, population of a regular stationary outpost, and a nuclear engine that powers it's titanic body, it certainly is a force to reckon with, but despite its size, hardly does a regular wanderer actually have any encounter with it - hence its myth-like status. The only proofs of its existence are traces in the sand and rare sights of the construct's silhouette during the sandstorms. Today, you have a chance to experience the daily life of its inhabitants. So, welcome, my son... welcome to the Machine.
Requiem for the Umbrella Man
Ooops! I dropped the universe... It was an accident, I swear! It's still good... right? ...anyone got duct tape?