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Sep 25, 2012

Race The Sun

Most of you by now know the Unity Engine. For those who don't let me just say it's a really big thing in this flash game industry, as you can get some really impressive games on that baby, and so, every time I see a release that runs on Unity I immediately go check it out. This time is Race the Sun.

Them crazy graphics.

Sep 23, 2012

Strategy Oldie: Infectonator

How about a really good (and time consuming) strategy oldie? For that I recommend Infectonator: World Dominator by Toge Productions. In this game you pretty much have to infect and destroy all of humanity with the zombie virus. It's a pretty good game with a lot of humor, so be sure to check it out!

Santa's dead? Why not summon him again as a zombie?

Sep 19, 2012

Takeover Review

IritSoft is becoming more and more popular with their recent shift to quality games with titles such as the Cursed Treasure IP, and now brings us Takeover, an interesting strategy game.

Some nice art, nothing fancy.

Sep 15, 2012

Robin Steele Review

It's time for another Armor Games release, and this time it's Robin Steele.

Not only is he a thief, he also copies games like a sir.

Sep 10, 2012


Now this is a post I'm glad to write. If you trust me by now just click the link and go play the game right now! Otherwise just read why you should do it. Without further due, from Armor Games here is Salem

Get ready for one of those games.

Sep 7, 2012

Pour the Fish

From Coolbuddy, mass game production house, comes a physics puzzle game with a lovely character, Fish, in Pour the Fish.

Fish is a fish.

Sep 6, 2012

Little Wheel

I know this isn't a new game, but I'm all for indie games, and I think its time for a new addition to this blog, this time, its Little Wheel.

Beautiful art.
In a robot city where a terrible accident has shut down the city power generator, and consequently all robot life, a simple robot has been shocked to life by thunder 10.000 years latter, and is the only chance for the ghost robot town. Albeit this is a quite short game, it transpires charm with its beautiful art and sound tracks, as well as a quite obvious attention to detail by the developer.

Although it is a short game, it has a beautiful art and music, and one of the best atmospheres in flash gaming. It's borderline indie I know, but indie nonetheless, and a great one at that. So be sure to try it out, it won't take long, and its time well spent.

Game Rating: Indie

Sep 4, 2012

Nuclear Plant Review

PPLLAAYY Games have a nice repertoire of interesting games, never really settling with the majority of developers. This time, they have outdone themselves with the very interesting Nuclear Plant.

Some weird stuff is already going around in this menu.

Super Stacker 2

Nothing like a good ol' puzzle game for entertainment! And today's choice is Super Stacker 2, which most of you will at least know the name! So go ahead and revive those memories!

Sep 3, 2012

Captain Steelbounce Review

The awesomely named Beardshaker Games (although with a pretty creepy looking logo) make their day view with a modern take on the eternal classic Paranoid with Captain Steelbounce.

A pirate with steel balls? Sold.

Cursed Treasure: Don't Touch My Gems

This time around I have a great two year old oldie for you. A remarkable tower defense game, with tons of levels, upgrades and challenges, that have led me to play it three or four times over the years. So here you have it, Cursed Treasure: Don't Touch My Gems.

Many hours were spent in this game.

Sep 2, 2012

Enchanted Cave

I got some free time in my hands today, so I decided to look for an old RPG to replay for today, and as soon as I remembered this one, I knew I had to recommend it here. So without any further delay, Enchanted Cave ladies and gents. 

Leveling up, getting better gear, ancestry system. Very nice game.

Knightmare Tower Review

From Juicy Beast,  the creators of the addicting Burrito Bison and many other great games comes Knightmare Tower, an amazing take on the old formula of throwing games.

The setup of awesomeness.

Sep 1, 2012

Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade Review

The wildly successful Sushi Cat game was a hit when it was released by Armor Games, and the foreseeable sequel has been released this week, with the pun-tastic name Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade. Also available in the App Store.

Improved graphics on a sequel? Check.