keyboard gymnastics, this time though it's blood-thirsty work with some mass-slaughter to get through, rather than mere arson. Isn't that nice? [via ritilan].
Streets Of Fire is a fast paced platform game, the playing of which is a sure-fire (*groan*) way of breaking your cursor keys. The idea of the game is simple: burn everything burnable on the screen, until you need a new keyboard and/or fingers, whilst listening to equally hectic techno [at mausland].
little game instead [at markfennell.com].
third installment of the popular game explores new ways to toss penguins (I still love the original the best though).
Pondus for suggesting Kharon4a in the comment thread for Droom as the new adventure game du jour. Kharon4a has the usual "escape the room" basis, but there are four of them, and they have a genetic engineering theme. Also the game seems to be Anglo-Norwegian. Quite a bizarre background for a game, but the trickiness is pretty addictive. Hopefully help and advice will once again be dispensed in the comments if required, starting with me as I think I've almost completed it but I've got myself a bit stuck.
darts on-line might be addictive, but it doesn't have that true pub atmosphere - unless you're drinking a pint at the same time, have a urinal in the bathroom, and chuck yourself out at 11 [found whilst supping a pint of best at the cheeky beaver].
penguin vrs. yeti game which, even this early, I think is a strong contender for the Internet game of the year. Anyway I keep getting loads of referrals for "gory yeti penguin" which I thought was odd, as while not especially kind to penguins, the game didn't seem that gory. A little hunting around though produced this - the super blood thirsty gory version with extra added spikes and landmines. Thumbs up to flabber for the hosting. I hope this satisfies the blood lust of all you gore-searching types. I myself managed a very nice score of over 1200 with good use of the landmines.
You know the drill now. On-line adventure game. Point'n'click a lot, collect the objects, escape the room...need I go on? Seriously though this looks like a good one if you can handle any more of this type of game [big linky thanks to nexus].
You are in an open field west of a big white house with a boarded front door. There is a small mailbox here. BTW - 404 : The page you requested could not be found. The ultimate 404 page doesn't trouble you with details of mis-typed URLs, but lets you play a nice game of Zork. *Bliss* [via kost].
Even more point'n'click flash game adventure fun. Terra Realms seems a bit more difficult than Leo's Great Day since I didn't complete it in the first 10 minutes of play, and I now seem to be disorientated in a cave. Anyway, just how many of these things I play until part 2 of the Crimson Room arrives I don't know, but I haven't got bored of them yet.
Help Leo escape his buried home, as he has a very bad Monday, in this point'n'click adventure game. Kind of along the same lines as the Crimson Room, but not nearly as challenging. Cute graphics though.