Avernum: Escape From the Pit
Avernum: Escape From the Pit is a deep old school role-playing game published and developed by Spiderweb Software. Spiderweb Software already has one of their old school RPGs in the OnLive PlayPack, namely Avadon: The Black Fortress.
Spiderweb Software returns to its epic creation, to tell a story of imprisonment, rebellion, and the struggle for freedom against overwhelming odds. Avernum: Escape From the Pit is the first chapter in an indie fantasy role-playing saga, the tale of desperate exiles and their battle for survival and a land to call their own.
You have been banished to the underworld, never to see the light of day again.
The surface is ruled by the cruel Emperor Hawthorne, master of the Empire. All of the known lands are subject to his brutal command. Everyone who speaks out, who misbehaves, who doesn’t fit in is cast into the dark, volcanic pits of Avernum, far below the surface. There, you are expected to die, a victim of starvation, horrible monsters, or simple despair.
But not all of the Avernites have surrendered. With magic and steel, they are forging a new nation deep underground. You can join them and fight for safety. Or freedom. Or even, if you dare, revenge on the surface-worlders who tried to destroy you.
Avernum: Escape From the Pit features:
- Epic fantasy adventure in an enormous underworld.
- Huge outdoors and eighty towns and dungeons.
- Three separate game-winning quests. Seek safety, escape or revenge. Do just one of them or all three!
- Unique races and settings make Avernum different from any adventure out there.
- Dozens of side quests and hundreds of magical artifacts.
- Rich game system with over 50 spells and battle disciplines and a multitude of beneficial character traits to choose from.
You can play the free demo of Avernum: Escape From the Pit for the US powered by OnLive.
You can play the free demo of Avernum: Escape From the Pit for the UK powered by OnLive.
Crazy Machines Elements
Crazy Machines Elements is a puzzle game published by Viva Media and developed by FAKT Software.
Get your brain buzzing with each new challenge in the latest installment of the multi award-winning wacky Rube Goldberg-style contraption series - Crazy Machines Elements. Play with fire, harness the power of water and control the wind to set off the most insanely creative chain reactions! Build crazy machines from everyday objects and bizarre components. Experiment by night, in the snow or the rain! Use the cloud machine and generate lightning, tornadoes and rain to complete your crazy chain reactions! Design and try out your own wacky inventions using the built-in editor. Loads of totally wacky chain reactions are just waiting to be created, so put your brain to the test by carrying out zany experiments as the nutty inventor in Crazy Machines Elements! Your lab awaits you.
You can play the free demo of Crazy Machines Elements for the US powered by OnLive.
You can play the free demo of Crazy Machines Elements for the UK powered by OnLive.
T.E.C. 3001 (Tesla Energy Collector)
T.E.C. 3001 (Tesla Energy Collector) is an indie 3D action platform game published and developed by Phoenix Game Studio. Before it came to OnLive, the game was only available on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace, so there is no PC version of the game available to buy.
There are 20 levels and each one of them brings unique challenges to the player. Players will master guiding a robot (T.E.C.) on different levels through a series of trials and repetitions. Levels take about one minute to complete if you don't make any mistakes. There are also options for changing the UI theme in the game. You are given 3 basic commands - jump, charge or slide. Use the right combination to get over obstacles and try to collect batteries which represent energy. There are solid and breakable walls, jump platforms, objects which speed you up, objects which speed you down, etc.
You can play the free demo of T.E.C. 3001 (Tesla Energy Collector) for the US powered by OnLive.
You can play the free demo of T.E.C. 3001 (Tesla Energy Collector) for the UK powered by OnLive.