"Aurikon" pictured above.
Head to head World War II battle. Similar in gameplay to the classic Atari Combat.
Requires accurate timing skills and fairly rapid button presses.
(c) 2005 Evil Entities
Abduct all the aliens within a time limit. Requires moderate to highly accurate timing skills.
(C) 2005 HavSoft.co.uk
Highly adjustable and accessible treasure hunt/shoot-em-up game. Features a wealth of difficulty, graphics and control method adjustment. 2006 Retro Remakes prize winner.
(C) 2006 Michi.nu (PC and Mac)
Shoot the red circles, don't shoot the blue crosses. Requires moderate timing skills and fairly rapid button presses.
(C) 2005 Trevor 'Smila' Storey
Flee from or destroy an onslaught of baddies. Highly accessible shoot-em-up. Requires accurate timing skills as the game progresses.
(C) 2005 Aggressive Game Designs
Rambo themed one-switch one man army. SPACE bar to fire a cycling choice of weapons.
(C) 2005 JoeLesko.com
Shoot incoming planes. Game ends when 20 planes escape. Game suits a wide variety of abilities.
(C) 2005 Step 5 written by Patrick Becker
Shoot the Daleks. Requires fast reactions and button presses.
(C) 2005 Trevor 'Smila' Storey
Shoot-em-up similar in some ways to Atari's Dragon Spirit. Requires moderate timing skills.
(C) 2005 Black Rat Studios written by D. Eugene Perry
Drop various objects on top of attacking crocodiles to repel their attacks. Requires very accurate timing skills.
(C) 2005 ovinebydesign
Simple shoot-em-up. When the Gunslinger twitches - press your button to fire.
(C) 2005 Joel Blackwell
Defend yourself by shooting at incoming tomatoes. Requires accurate timing skills.
(C) 2005 Georg Rottensteiner (Endurion).
Shoot the green ships, avoid the blues, and get the power ups. Requires accurate timing skills.
(C) 2005 Bedroom Coder written by Dan Evans (Deadmaster).
Gamma IV entrant. One to four player deep-sea tactical shoot-em-up. Superb!
See the GameBase Accessibility Review on Pax Britannica for more accessibility info.
(C) 2010 No Fun Games by Henk Boom, Renaud Bédard, Matthew Gallant, Daniel Burton and Ben Abraham.
Retro Remakes 2006 Competition Winner. One of the most accessible games to date, and great fun to boot. Highly recommended.
(C) 2006, 2014 PugFugly Games written by Chris Roper. Updated for use with Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Defend yourself against incoming baddies. Requires moderate to very accurate timing skills and rapid button presses.
(C) 2005 Cali.
Highly accessible competitive shoot-em-up for one to five players. Requires good judgement (or luck!).
(C) 2005 Jakub Wasilewski
Save the Human Race. Tense game with similarities to Robotron: 2084. Requires a quick memory, good anticipation and moderate to fast reactions.
(C) 2005 Leonardo 'Saleo' Sala
Space themed shoot-em-up. Requires moderately quick reactions.
(C) 2005 Normo
Abstract shoot-em-up. Requires a powerful PC to run correctly.
(C) 2005 Firelight Multimedia (Astu)
Perhaps the fiercest most hectic one-switch game of all time that is still huge fun to play.
Thanks to the inclusion of a 4Noah one-switch utility this arena shooter can be played with the LEFT MOUSE CLICK alone. Outside of the practice modes fast reactions are needed and ideally the ability to double and treble click.
(C) 2009 Bag Full of Wrong by Robert D Fearon
Dodge and collect game where you try to spiral to the centre of the screen. Requires increasingly fast reactions as the game progresses.
(C) 2005 Iteration Games