Go trekking on the enchanted Arctic mountains and experience magical color transformations along with Frostie. Avoid snowballs and watch out for Silly n Willy the troublesome elves. While Silly undos the color changes made by Frostie, Willy tries to push Frostie off the cliffs. Press keys 2/8/4/6 to make Frostie jump up / down/right/left respectively.
A Slime story is a role playing games where you play the role of the typical first enemy of most RPG's, A slime. In this story you are introduced to an outcast slime, left for dead from his community of slimes for being colourless. He wanders into a town, helpless barely hanging on to life. You must assist the slime to find his true colours and learn all his abilities and transformations.
The Tides of Time maintains the same game play as its predecessor. Ecco's main attack is to ram into enemies at high speeds, while his sonar is used to communicate with other cetaceans and interact with certain objects such as crystal Glyphs, as well as bring up a map of the area through echolocation. By combining his charge and sonar, Ecco can attack enemies from a distance. As a mammal, Ecco is also required to surface for air at regular intervals. New puzzles include following other dolphins through an underwater maze and a scavenger hunt in which Ecco must collect the Asterite's missing globes. Two new power-ups were also introduced. The first is the Pulsar, which grants Ecco the ability to fire a multi-directional sonar attack at enemies for the duration of the stage. The second is the Metasphere, which transforms Ecco into different animals. The transformations are level-specific and include a seagull, a jellyfish, a shark, a school of fish, and a Vortex drone. Some stages use a pseudo-3D effect. In these stages, Ecco must swim through moving rings while avoiding or attacking enemies. The player is forced to restart if Ecco misses too many rings or takes too much damage.
Vectorman is a series of run and gun platform games developed released in 1995. In 2049, the human population of Earth embarks on a migratory voyage to try to colonize other planets. They leave mechanical orbots to clean up the mess they made on Earth through littering and pollution. Raster, a high-level orbot who watches Earth through a planet wide computer network, is accidentally attached to a working nuclear missile by a lesser orbot and goes insane, becoming an evil dictator named Warhead. He declares himself ruler of Earth, and begins preparing to execute any humans who dare return to their planet. Enter Vectorman, a humble orbot in charge of cleaning up toxic sludge by simply discharging it into the sun. As he lands on Earth after his last trip, he finds chaos and confusion. Because all the other Orbots are controlled by Warhead, Vectorman takes it upon himself to destroy the errant orbot and restore peace to Earth. Vectorman uses pre-rendered 3D models in its level and character designs. This gives the game a smooth, computer-generated feel. The game itself is a straightforward 2D action platformer. Vectorman is an orbot powered with a ball gun in his hand. The power ups include a machine gun, bolo gun, and triple-fire guns. Vectorman possesses the ability to transform, through the use of power ups, into several different forms including a drill, to cut through floors; a bomb, to destroy all surrounding enemies or breakable walls. It also has an aquatic form, useful for swimming underwater. In addition to power up transformations, three levels host unique morphed forms with which to combat bosses in. Overall, the game consists of 16 levels.