I don’t really know what this game is called. Its all in another language that I don’t know, but my keen intellect translates its name to Awful. Really, thats sums up my feelings for this game. Its pretty intuitive, so have a go at it. Just try to keep your fury to a minimum. It is, after all, just a flash game.
This game is pretty simple as usual. Tower Defense basically has you set up defenses along a route. You have to stop all the invaders before they get to your castle. Each time an invader gets to your castle, a civilian dies. You have ten civilians.
My high score is 50.
Thanks to Thanh for the link!
Thanks goes out to Max on this one. Another stupid game that you can’t help but get addicted to. In this one you have to drop your line down into the cavern to try and collect as many artifacts as possible. Very simple. Give it a shot. I got to level 8 without much trouble.
This isn’t really a game in the sense that it has an ending or a purpose, but its a neat flash nonetheless. Just make a line for the sledder to sled down. Thats about it.
I have been slacking quite a bit on the flash game front. This week brings us an addictive little game we like to call Sudoku. This is not flash, so its a slight misnomer. Fun, nonetheless.
This week brings us a very cool game. Street Fighter Online allows you to actually play other people online as actual Street Fighter or Marvel characters. I wasn’t able to get the online part to work because I wasn’t forwarding the proper port on my router, but I did play the story mode for a little bit and I it was hard, but lots of fun. As you progress in the story you can unlock more characters. Among the initial characters were Cyclops, Wolverine, Ryu and a few others. It looked like some of the unlockable players included Juggernaut, Iron Man, Spider-man and many more cool characters you might not expect like Onslaught and Sentinel. I did have to install the latest version of Shockwave for this to work, but overall the game was very entertaining and has plenty of replay value.
Shift the tiles to make a path for the moving bowling ball so it can knock over all the pins in the allotted time.
This gets tricky by the second level.
If you’ve ever enjoyed watching the Red Bull FlugTag on television, this is your chance to take part in your very own FlugTag. Essentially you fly this custom built glider off a moving pier and see how far it can go. The custom gliders are often decorated…uh…imaginatively. My high score so far is 104.655 feet.
I have been rather negligent in my procrastination responsibilities lately, but I was sent this link today and couldn’t resist posting it. The Brain Strainer is essentially a create-your-own-Rube-Goldberg-device in order to launch the rocket. The more steps your ball has to go through to hit the launch button, the greater the chance your score will be high enough to get it to lift off. I have not been able to launch the rocket yet and I’ve been playing for the past hour or so. I’d say this game should take up a respectable portion of your work/school day.
Try to drop the ball bearing in the basket. Let the surrounding magnets repel and attract your ball bearing into the basket. I only played a couple of the levels, but I’m sure I’ll be playing more soon.