Archives – September, 2015

Parking in a Minefield of Cars

This game is probably one of the best flash games I have played all month. It brings to mind so many times I have had to drive around a parking lot full of cars that have had the worst possible parking job imaginable with one goal in mind. Find an open spot!


September 28, 2015

Stick Squad 4: Another thrilling mission in the fancy stickman sniper game series


There are those who are not big fans of sniper games. For whatever reason, they just don’t enjoy them. And that’s fine, but for those who say they don’t enjoy sniper games, I would like to suggest Stick Squad 4 – Sniper’s Eye.


September 21, 2015

Minecaves: Addicting Minecraft-inspired collecting game

Minecaves might best be described as Lara Croft meets Pacman in the Bejeweled universe. The point of the game is to move your avatar, a boxy, vaguely humanoid character, through mazes. These mazes are designed to look like the stone walls of a mine, although very neatly and clearly defined, and the explorer must collect items to score points and avoid obstacles that subtract points and take away lives.



September 14, 2015

Los Angeles Shark: The big fretting goes on


Los Angeles Shark is a game that grabs your attention with the bombastic enthusiasm of arcade gameplay and a black humor theme with a serious bite. As befitting a game with its simple controls (limited to movement, a ‘bite’ attack for your shark and a restart button), Los Angeles Shark is about one thing and one thing only: murdering anything you can get your teeth into as you swim through a 2D water stage. While some of your shark’s acrobatics may give you flashbacks to Ecco the Dolphin, this game is less about fancy maneuvers or the wonders of undersea exploration than it is about relentless onslaught.


September 7, 2015

Castle TV game: A great detective game, in which you will need an unerring eye to find all objects


The Castle TV game involves finding hidden objects. It is based on the television show Castle. The game appears to be officially licensed by the broadcast network. The graphics are a mixture of photos that have been run through a filter to make them look like paintings and computer rendered objects. They are satisfactory for the mood of the game although there are few animations beyond static items sliding across the screen. There is music in the background but no voiceover work or atmospheric sound effects. (more…)

September 2, 2015


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