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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Gateway II

Oh yeah. JIG has currently another gamemaking competition, and the entries are coming in. It made me all giggly with joy to see a follow-up to brilliant Gateway by swedish Anders Gustafsson.

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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Cosmic Crush

Interesting idea. You start as a small rock and then you need to grow bigger by collide with smaller objects and avoid larger planets. Sounds like a regular tuesday to me.


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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Grow Nano V. 02

Here we go again! On has made a followup to his Nanogame. You should know the drill by now - point and click to activate stuff in the right order to "win". Make sure you try the previous ones also.

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Friday, February 23, 2007

Crazy ball

A surprisingly entertaining game where you nead to head the ball into goal. Bonus for the Ai and a extra bonus for that strange sound loop.


Window wiper

Window wiper is a scary metaphor for the decline of western morality. Play it and you will understand.


Wednesday, February 21, 2007


If you clicked on the last entry and tried Eater of Worlds, you probably tried this one as well as it's on the same blog. But what the heck - I like it so much so I'll just post it here too. Connect the pink dot with the green dot by spinning the pipedots.

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Eater Of Worlds

Talented guy, this one. Martin is a student at Blekinge Tekniska Högskola (Swedish) where he studies game design. On his blog and personal playground Prototyprally he has put up all his experimental and prototype games. We've covered a few of them previously. Here's one of his latest achievements - Eater Of Worlds. Roll around and gather as much as you can before the time's up.


Monday, February 19, 2007


Aahhh. Game nr 501. Yet another asian game that will make you weep with joy. Or not. I found it bloody brilliant anyway. Push the circle, gently.

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500 Posts

We are proud to announce that since the start, about a year ago, we've listed 500 games! Although there has been a slight drop out regarding contributing members, the hardcore contributors has proven true and will continue doing so. 500 down, going on 1 000....

Friday, February 16, 2007


A wonderful platform (?) game with some great atmospheric background music. It´s about a spider who need to rescue his/her girl/boyfriend (it´s hard to tell...).

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Boxhead More Rooms

Bloody mayhem. If your'e up for some mindless zombie- and demonslaying, here's one suitable game for you. Fight off the hordes of undead with a variety of upgradable weapons as they come clomping along to feat on your brains.

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Thursday, February 15, 2007

5 web games that will improve your brain

Who needs Nintendo DS Brain age when you could boost your brain power with this top 5 list of smarty web games. All playable of course. If you also have some games that will would fit into this list, feel free to list them in the comments.

1. Sudoku We start out with some classic Sudoku. When I tried to play it for the first time my brain started actually to weep.

2. Click the Colour Man, this is so tricky.

3. Sheep It´s always handy to have quick reactions, you need to be really fast hitting alt-tab when watching movies like these when your boss walks into your office for example.

4. Remember letters I admit, it might not be the most cpu intensive game on this list but it does improve your memory.

5. Hangman And we finish of with some classic Hangman.


Monday, February 12, 2007

Playing With Fire

Remember Bomberman? Here's a really nice clone for all your bombing pleasures, blast your way through several levels, or if you don't mind sharing your keyboard, you can even have a two-player deathmatch against a friend. Fire in the hole!

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モアイの塔  - Tower of Moai

Another japanese gem! Balance the tower to let the bricklike figures climb on to the swaying ladder. You need to get a 100 of them to clear the level and move to the next one. And, yeah, it's hard.


Sunday, February 11, 2007


Sure... Playing with yourself is fun allright, but can start to chafe and wear you out. Not to mention those hairy palms...(or was thats mouse-arm ? ....something with fur and limbs anyway...) Anyhow, sharing the fun with some stranger beats it any day. Here's a great and intuitive chess/checkers-like strategy game where you go one on one online. No registration required. Randomly spawning powerups adds to the strategic gaming. Learn your opponents powers, use smartbombs, get diagonal movement, multiply your pieces, raise or sink levels etc.

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Friday, February 09, 2007

Tilt 2

Balance your stick with your mouse and collect as many balls as you can. The more the merrier.