Minimalist Bomberman; nicely drawn mazes
Fracas is a minimalist, well polished graphically clone of Dyna or Bomberman. The graphics of the mazes look like they've been cell shaded, and also, they pop out, as if tridimensional, though that's just an illusion; the game is a top down 2D one, all the way. Another little thing that popped out when playing it was the way the game uses Pac Man looking ghosts for enemies, a nice tough that will surely endear some other players as well! Anyway, gameplay wise it's Bomberman all the way: you navigate the mazes, place bombs, destroy walls while keeping out of the reach of the bombs radius, and, as much as possible, you try and find the upgrades hidden within the game's walls. Therefore, the gameplay recipe is that of the classic arcade game, though, I must admit, the graphical presentation, with its little improvement and overall style is very conducive to long playthroughs, that will not tire you eyes, like, say, a more jaggedly/pixilated presentation might. But, how long you choose to play it will be a question of your resistance to the game's simple mechanics, which, of course, as you progress will put more challenge in front of you.