Barbarium is a neat little free retro platformer - destructoid

Barbarium is a neat little free retro platformer

6:00 PM on 03.26.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Bring out your inner Conan


If you're sick of buying all these expensive games, and want some more freebies, Barbarium is your huckleberry. It's a freeware title from Hypnohustler Games that can be played either in your browser on Newgrounds, or downloaded as a standalone file.

Barbarium is set in a post-apocalyptic world, with a combination of prehistoric and sci-fi themes -- in other words, there's lots of laser beams, jetpacks, and good old-fashioned swords. It also features multiple endings, a diverse selection of enemies and locales, and more.

Barbarium [Hypnohustler Games via IndieGames.com]




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