DiggKiller: The Game - by Kurt Margenau Welcome to diggkiller (also www.digkiller.com resolves here), a sick 2-D shooter that implements the digg api. I made it in the months I've been unemployed. If you want to see the progress and various builds of the game, click here. If you feel like contacting me for any reason (job offers, nobel prize nominations, death threats) hit me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you want the source code for the game it's downloadable to the right. Also, you can check out other cool stuff I've done over at www.kurtmargenau.com, like the diggnation flash banner game. Pacxon Additional Information: Use Pacman to capture sections of the board in Pacxon. Clear 80% to progress to the next level. Pacxon is the most popular game on the whole site! Pacxon is the most popular game on the site.
Flash Games. The Great, the Odd, the Wacky Oct182010 Have you ever heard about something that’s called a game addiction? I’m sure you have but this time we mean something really entertaining and funny. We as people who are addicted to web technologies want to show you how diverse the power of Flash technology is. You have surely heard of and seen a lot of websites based on Flash, you may know that Flash is what brings us the web video. And today we’re showing you the collection of outstanding and interesting online Flash games of various genres – even the weirdest ones.
Welcome to Improbable Island MoTD | Log In to see your Distractions | Report a problem | Enquirer - Blogs, Forums and Wiki | Twitter | Improbable Island Merchandise! How did I end up here? It's a question that you must have asked yourself at one point in your life or another. Probably after pulling your head out of the toilet bowl, remembering the little rhyme about drinking wine on top of beer, and then feeling rather poorly again. You might have asked that question while standing naked in the pouring rain holding a coathanger in one hand and a rather large purple sex toy in the other, trying desperately to break into your own car while two policemen stroll up the street towards you.
Braid We've just finished a complete walkthrough (with images) for Braid!! Be warned: contains major spoilers, so proceed only as a last resort. World 2 GunBlood Western Shootout - Flash Shooting Games - OfficeGameSpot Game Overview: Attempt to become the most feared gunslinger in the land by defeating all those who stand in your way. GunBlood pits your reflexes against nine computer opponents in one-on-one gun fights and includes four bonus rounds. High scores are tabulated according to accuracy, speed, and your life remaining after each round. At the start of each level, the player and computer opponent each start with 6 shots. If both players are alive and no shots are remaining, the match will end in a draw to be re-played. During each of the four bonus rounds, the goal is to hit the target objects and NOT the assistant.
Ten games that make you think about life At the start of this year, we decided to come up with a list of Flash casual games with a philosophical bent. To be honest, we struggled. After days of research, we could only find a handful of games that had the thought-provoking depth we were looking for. Our list (which you can view by clicking here) was therefore only five games long. Fast forward to now, and it is remarkable how much difference a few months can make. Thanks to the work of pioneers like Daniel Benmergui, Gregory Weir and PixelAnte, there is now an abundance of clever arty Flash games to pique our intellects, and as a result creating this follow-up list of games that make you think has been a doddle. DNA/Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Infocom Adventure History There was a time when computer games didn't have graphics. Or at least they couldn't have graphics and sound at the same time. They certainly couldn't have graphics, sound and enough content to keep even a human being amused for more than a few minutes. So they had text. This was radical - a computer game you could control by typing in commands.
SpaceChem The creator of The Codex of Alchemical Engineering and Bureau of Steam Engineering (not to mention the grandaddy of Minecraft, Infiniminer) is back with a full-fledged indie game ready to provide a serious logic puzzle challenge. SpaceChem is anything but simple, anything but easy, and one of the most satisfying puzzle games released. If you can solve its challenges, that is. SpaceChem is a game you'll spend a few minutes learning but weeks trying to master, and its 50+ levels are more than enough to strain your poor brain matter more than it's been strained in quite some time. If you've ever played a game from Zachtronics Industries, you know it isn't really possible to read a paragraph introduction and learn everything about the game. SpaceChem is much easier to pick up than previous releases, though, which is encouraging for casual players.
Top Ten Scariest Indie Games of All Time Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Do you think only hardcore games can scare you? Well you need to check out these ten indie games that can literally make you jump out of your seat. 10.) And Yet It Moves – Self Developed This will definitely be the least scary title on the list for most of you.