Hor+

Hor +, or horizontal plus, refers to a behavior specific to certain games that support both 4:3 resolutions and widescreen resolutions. A hor + game is a game that when played on a widescreen monitor with a widescreen resolution, expands the horizontal component of the FOV while keeping the vertical component roughly or exactly the same. This is often considered the ideal solution for widescreen games, as it grants widescreen users a wider picture.

Submitted by SojerManLan on 2 October, 2022 - 20:12

Crash Time 4: The Syndicate

The fourth installment of the popular car series by Synetic studio, based on the themes of the German thriller series Alarm for Cobra 11 and since 2008 developed under the export brand Crash Time. (Source: GamePressure)

Submitted by SojerManLan on 29 March, 2022 - 20:07

Back 4 Blood

Back 4 Blood is first-person zombie shooter from the developers of Left 4 Dead.

Submitted by skipclarke on 26 March, 2022 - 19:29

Penumbra: Overture

Penumbra: Overture is a first person action/adventure game from Frictional Games and Strategy First. You play as an individual named Phillip, who has received a letter from his deceased father, asking him to destroy a set of notes. Instead of doing so, he reads the notes, and travels to an abandoned iron mine in Greenland to follow the clues in the notes. Penumbra: Overture has a physics based engine, and features lots of sophisticated physics-based puzzles, much more so than in Half-Life 2. Nearly every object can be grabbed, pushed, pulled, dragged, thrown, and/or otherwise manipulated.

Submitted by SojerManLan on 26 March, 2022 - 18:51

Forza Horizon 4

Fourth entry in the game award-winning series Forza Horizon developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft. It is the first game in the series to introduce gameplay-affecting weather conditions and seasons changing in real-time.

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