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As you probably guessed, on this game, you get to drive an indestructible tank around. Once attacked by enemies’ bombs, the tank will be blasted into the sky and you will be able to hit the helicopters and planes. The more enemies you manage to take down on a single combo, the more points you earn. Make sure to reach the required experience points before your fuel ends.
A fighting game where you need to beat down several opponents at the same time. The variety of kicks, punches, throws and defensive movements really creates a funny experience. You even have slow motion movements a la Matrix!
3. The Fancy Pants Adventure
Think about Sonic the Hedgehog with a more clean design and some physics effects added. Ah, and a character that wears some really fancy pants! Just run through the levels, avoiding the monsters and collecting the swirls and trophies.
4. Dino Run
On this game you play a small dinosaur that is trying to escape the imminent extinction from a fallen meteor. You basically need to run among obstacles, hills and fellow dinosaurs that are also trying to escape. Putting it short: Run like there is no tomorrow!
5. Matrix Rampage
The Matrix fans out there will have fun with this one. You play as Neo in this game, jumping to and from floors on buildings and killing agents along the way. Guns, swords, staffs and pretty much everything else on the scenario can be used to get the job done.
The Gooples are all around you. They are colored bubbles that float around trying to kill you. Luckily, you are not alone. You have a huge-ass knife to cleave them all!
7. Double Wires
Ever wanted to fly around like Spider Man? With this little Flash game, you can get close to it. You’ll use your mouse to shoot two wires and prevent the little guy from falling. The objective is to go as far as possible.
8. Final Ninja
We couldn’t leave ninja games out of the list, right? On Final Ninja, you command a little (but badass) ninja on a side-scrolling adventure. Your tool belt comes with throwing stars, a grappling rope and the ability to become invisible. Pretty cool.
9. Gunmaster Onslaught 2.0
On Gunmaster Onslaught, you play an army commando who has to stay alive as long as possible by surviving the assault of the enemies. At your disposal, you have guns, mines, and even rocket launchers! Move around to collect the ammo as well.
Very engaging game where you play a mercenary robot trying to destroy the invaders of Titan Prime. There are several levels, each with a large number of interconnected rooms that you need to go through. You will also earn money, which allows you to buy new weapons and armor.
One of the most famous games on the web. On N, you get to play a Ninja who needs to capture golden cubes and escape the level within 90 seconds. On your way, you will find mines, lasers and even heat-seeking missiles! The physics involved and the overall game play are superb.
12. Throw Paper
Very simple game where you need to throw a ball of paper on the bin. The direction arrow keeps swinging on both directions, and there is always a bit of lateral wind to increase the challenge. The objective is to hit the bin as many times in a row as possible.
Bowmaster has some strategy and RPG elements, but you will win the game with the accuracy of your aim. All you have is your bow, and you need to defend your castle from a horde of assaulting ogres. Your mouse controls both the direction and the power of the arrows.
14. Cyrkam Airtos
On this game, you have to catch a paper ball that will be thrown at you by a friend, then shoot it on the bin. The shooting part is controlled by your mouse movements. Every time you score, the bin will also be moved backwards or forward.
An archery game where there is no target. Instead, you get to shoot your arrows directly at another opponent! It can be played both against the computer and against another human player (each one taking a turn).
16. Binball Wizard
Another bin-throwing game — but this time, instead of a paper ball, you get to kick a soccer ball. The scenario is a standard office, and the bin is moved around each time you score. The physics effects definitely boost the game quality.
Very addictive game where you play a dart-throwing monkey. On each level, you will have a large number of balloons, a specific number of dart throws, and a required number of balloons to pop.
18. Commander Keen
If you never played Commander Keen, you are with the minority. This classic has been revived on Flash, and while the quality is not outstanding, it will sure entertain the series fans for a while.
Perhaps the most famous game world wide, we sure could not leave it out of the list. Tetris is guaranteed to keep anyone busy for a couple of hours. The Flash version is pretty basic, but it gets the job done.
The game hasn’t change at all since its debut on arcade machines many years ago. Get the little frog from his home to the top of the screen — all while crossing a highway full of vehicles and a river where you have to step on logs to avoid crocodiles.
The very first video game ever is also available on Flash. This little piece of game is coming straight from 1972! Just move your paddle and don’t miss the ball.
22. Insane Orb
You can also play a more hardcore version of Pong called Insane Orb. The principle is the same, but on the different levels you will have gravity fields, bouncing blocks and other items.
23. Space Invaders
When a game has its own Wikipedia page, you know it must be good, right? This is one of the earliest shooting games ever and also the top rated arcade game by the Guinness World Records book.
24. Super Smash Flash
Super Smash Bros, anyone? If you never played it, it is basically a fighting game where you can match the characters from several Nintendo game titles, including Mario, Zelda and Pokemon. Not as good as the original (the game was released for the Nintendo64, after all), but still funny to play.
Another great hit from the arcade games. Some research confirmed that over 94% of the North American population recognizes the Pacman character. No kidding!
Love Pacman, but tired of beating the same levels? Well, give Pacxon a try. You will need to “cut out” 80% or more of the screen without getting hit by ghosts. On each level, more ghosts will be floating around. Some of them even have special powers.
27. Contra 20th Anniversary Edition
Created by Konami, the Contra series first appeared on arcades. They became extremely popular, though, with the console versions for the NES and the SNES. The game is basically a shoot-’em-up with a side-view perspective.
28. Super Mario World Flash
Super Mario World is the most famous platform game ever published. It sold 20 million copies for the SNES alone, becoming the all time best seller game title for that console. While not perfect, the Flash version is not bad at all.
29. Metal Slug Flash
Another classic “run and gun” game title. You will need to shoot an endless stream of enemies with all sorts of weapons and vehicles. Needless to say, at the end of each level, you will also need to kill a boss. Classic!
30. Raiden X
Vertical shoot-’em-up where you have an airplane and need to kill the enemies coming on the opposite direction. As you would expect, you have several weapon upgrades along the way, stationary cannons, big bosses and lots of fun.
A classic tower defense game where you have several types of turrets at your disposal. The cool twist of this game is that you are able to upgrade your turrets, and depending on the combination, you can make them work together for a combo attack. The first levels are easy, but keep going until it gets tough.
Protector is a mixture of tower defense and a tactical RPG game. In order to destroy the hordes of rats, ogres and other enemies, you will need to employ wizards and knights. You can level the characters up, make them focus on special attacks and so on. Despite the simple game play, there is a good deal of strategy involved.
33. Vector Tower Defense
Minimalist tower defense game where you need to eliminate the incoming vectoids. They come in different colors and shapes, and you can build and upgrade towers that will fire lasers and rays. The electronic background music sure contributes to the futuristic atmosphere.
34. Bloons Tower Defense 3
A tower defense game with dart throwing monkeys? You betcha! Pop all the balloons before they reach the end of the track. For this purpose, you can use dart throwing monkeys, boomerangs, cannons, bombs, road spikes and more!
Another tower defense game with a touch of fantasy and RPG. As usual, you need to prepare your defense against the incoming enemies (insects), and at your disposal, you have magical gems that cast damaging spells. Combine the gems to get more powerful spells.
36. Desktop Tower Defense
Arguably the most popular Flash game ever created. Within a few months of its release, it had already been played more than 15 million times. You basically need to set up your defense to make sure that no “creep” will reach the other side of the playing field. Different towers have different abilities, and you also have complete freedom on where you place the towers.
37. Crimson Room
The game that popularized the genre. You wake up on a unknown room, the door is locked — and somehow, you have to escape. All you have is your brain and your mouse to click around.
38. Viridian Room
If you liked Crimson Room, give this game a shot as well. It was created by the same Japanese software house, and you will have new mysteries to solve before getting out of this one.
CDX has that most polished graphics you will probably see in a Flash game for a while. In fact, they used real actors and video segments inside the game. The first episode is called “Amnesia,” and again, you need to find out what is going on on the room where you wake up.
40. Samorost 1
A combination of interactive graphic art with an engaging story line. On Samorost 1, you have to help a dude save his planet by avoiding a collision with another. Click on most things around, and try to figure a logical order to keep the crash from happening.
41. Samorost 2
On Samorost 2, you help the little dude again — but this time, he’s out to recover his puppy that was kidnapped by two aliens. The sequel for sure exceeds its predecessor in terms of graphics and gameplay.
On this game, you command a group of war bears that are called to solve a robbery on a local bank. You will need to click around on the right order to make things work. Here, each character has different actions to perform, making the whole thing more fun.
43. Quest For The Rest
This game was created to promote a band — hence why the background sound is amazing. You need to guide three members of the Polyphonic Spree to the rest of the band. Make sure to go through all levels, because in the end you will get access to two live tracks.
44. Tenacious D
Not the easiest of the Guitar Hero clones, but once you get the flow going, it becomes fun. Hit the ASDF keys at the right time, and use the space bar to strum the guitar.
45. Flash Hero
Flash Hero displays the upcoming notes vertically, as in the original Guitar Hero game. You will need to use the numbers 1 to 6 to hold the string, and the backspace to strum the guitar. Definitely playable on the easy mode.
46. Coolio Beat 2
Choose among eight different songs, each with a different skill level. You even get to play Mission Impossible here! Use the numbers from 1 to 4 to choose the right note, and space to strum the guitar.
47. Super Crazy Guitar Maniac 3
The latest release on this series. On Super Crazy Guitar Maniac 3, you have a great collection of songs to choose from (some of which will need to be unlocked first). The gameplay involves both the keyboard arrows and the numbers. You just need to hit them at the right time though — there is no need to strum the guitar.
On this game, you have colored squares laying around and you have to drag a rectangle where the four corners have the same color. Once you release the mouse, you will collect all the squares inside your rectangle. The larger the rectangle, the more points you make, until you’ve cleared the level.
49. Ring Mania
Simple game where you have a rotating circle in the middle (use the left and right arrows to rotate it) and colored rings falling from the top. Match three rings with the same color to make them pop and score points.
Very addictive game where you have to swap adjacent gems to align a set of three or more similar gems. You can also make combos and cascades to score more points. The game has two versions: a normal and a timed one.
On Zuma, you have a train of jewels that move along a track, and on the center of the scenario you control a frog that spits jewels of different colors. Your objective is to align three or more jewels of the same color to make them pop, making sure that the train will not reach the end of the track. Cool graphics and sound effects complement the game.
52. Puzz Pinball
Guide a pinball ball from the point where it is dropped all the way to the exit hole. On each level, you will have several pinball elements at your disposal that can make the ball bounce, change its direction and so on. There is also a good amount of flexibility, given the fact that you can rotate each of the elements.
Well-polished game where you have to push cubes around to match colors and make them vanish. There are many different types of cubes as well, from joker ones that can be combined with any color to pet cubes that give you one free push. The first levels work as a basic tutorial, and the fun starts after that.
These days you can find any game on Flash! Tangram is the classic Chinese game where you have to combine seven differently shaped pieces to make them match a figure that’s presented to you.
Strange at first, but brilliant once you see what is going on. On this game, you click on stairs, boxes and other objects to make your way up to the 16th floor of a building. You have to do that within 10 different runs, each controlling a different mouse cursor!
56. 3D Logic Cube
Simple yet challenging game. You just need to connect the colored squares on a 3D cube, without overlapping the connections. Easy? Try to reach the level 30, then!
Like on Puzz Pinball, on this game, you’ll drag and drop objects around to make the dropping ball hit the target. The game has 28 levels of fun, plus seven recently added bonus levels. One difference is that on Blueprint, you have a limited number of tries.
Quite a brain teaser. On Planarity you have blue dots (called vertices) connected by lines (called edges). You basically have to reorganize the vertices by dragging them around so that no two lines intersect.
59. The Idiot Test
Test your IQ with this funny quiz. Just do what you are told, and see how far you can get! The are a couple of flaws (i.e. all squares are also rectangles), but overall, it is very challenging
On Globulos, you control a team of little creatures that can be flung around. There are many different maps and types of games. On some, you will just need to force your opponents’ creatures out of the arena. On others, you have to score goals. Guest players can only play for 15 minutes, but you can always quit and re-login if you don’t want to register.
If you played Gunbound in the past, this game will look familiar. On Artillery, you have two players against two players, each controlling a tank. The shooting takes place in rounds, and each player controls and powers his missile. Don’t forget to take wind into consideration.
62. Stick Arena
An over-the-top kill-’em-all game. Your objective is to wipe all the other players out, using punches, katanas and even AK-47s. You can play the game as a guest, although registe***s have the possibility to advance in rank.
63. Platform Racing
A racing game where each player can customize his character (by distributing points on the different attributes). The action takes place on a side-scrolling platform (Mario World-style), and you will need to beat the opponents by arriving first at the end while avoiding obstacles and using items.
64. Platform Racing 2
Platform Racing 2 is pretty similar to the first edition, but with more online players at any given time, more customization options and the possibility to create your own tracks. Definitely one of the best multiplayer Flash games on the web, so give it a try.
On this game, you have to release an atom among some larger particles while making sure there are no collisions within the time span specified by the time bar. You might even learn a thing or two about gravitational forces!
Can you trigger a chain reaction that will explode many dots? This is your goal this game. You have dots floating around randomly, and with your mouse, you’ll trigger an initial explosion. The dots that hit the area of your explosion will explode themselves. On each level, you need to take out a minimum number of dots.
Tweak your trebuchet to accomplish the mission on each level. You will need to choose the right mass for the projectile, the right mass for the counterweight, the height for the counterweight and the angle for the launch. If that’s not enough, you can even play with the gravity and wind speed!
Your goal is simple: Fill two-thirds of the screen by inflating the filler balls (just hold the left button of your mouse pressed for that). The challenge is to do it without being hit by the many bouncing balls.
For every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction. That is Newton’s third law, and that is the base of this little game. You control a little tank that shoots balls, and you need to throw your opponents out of the platform. The longer you hold your mouse pressed, the higher the power of your shots.
70. Top Figures
Very interesting idea for a game, and outstanding physics effects. On this game, you are presented with a structure that holds a kid on top of it. Your goal is to remove as many bars as possible without making the structure collapse and without letting the kid hit the water.
On GravityPods, you control a stationary cannon, and you need to shoot a small projectile to hit the purple target on the other side of the screen. On the different levels, you will find gravity pods that will bend the trajectory of your shots, making it harder to hit the target.
Control a turret and defend the Red Planet. There will be orbs of all sites coming at your direction, and by firing small balls on their way, you will be able to divert their course. It becomes quite difficult as you progress on the game.
73. Ragdoll Cannon
A mixture of projectile and physics game, on Ragdoll Cannon you need to fire dolls (no kidding) away, with the objective of hitting the “Here” pad on each level. There are many obstacles along the way, and you need to to use your brain more than once to finish the game.
74. Line Rider
Extremely popular Flash game where you have to draw a surface for a little guy slide on using his sled. The game has the option to save and load what you created, which enables people to come up with all sorts of crazy and incredible tracks. Very addictive.
75. Fantastic Contraption
Fantastic was a good word choice for the title of this game. You just have to move all the red objects to the red rectangle, but how you are going to do that is the beauty of the game. You are given three different wheels (two that spin automatically in each direction, one that doesn’t) and two types of connections (a wood rod and a water one). Using only those five components, you’ll build structures to surpass all kinds of obstacles.
76. Draw Play
Funny concept for a game. You will basically use your mouse to draw a platform, and with the arrow keys, you can move a little mummy around. The objective is to reach the flag on each level, while avoiding obstacles along the way.
77. Ball Bounce
Fire a little ball from the left side of the screen, and make it reach the opposite side. The ball can bounce on the dark rectangles, but if you hit a light one, it starts over.
78. Hoshi Saga 3
On each level, you need to find the star. The creative twist of the game is that each level is completely unique and will force you to think and experiment around. There are 20 free levels, and 16 extra ones that must be unlocked first. If you like this game, try Hoshi Saga 1 and 2 as well.
Utterly dizzying game where you need to move a ball around, destroying bricks until you reach the green brick that will take you to the next level. There are 25 levels to go. Hopefully your eyes will last that many!
Click on the blocks to move them, and replicate the structure that you are presented with. Sounds easy? Well, you also have to do it within a specific time frame.
81. Virus 2
On Virus 2, you have a playing field full of colored blocks, and you start by controlling the color of one of them. Every time you change the color of the blocks, the adjacent ones that share the new color will be infected. On each level, you have a limited number of color changes to infect all the blocks.
82. Domino Pressure
Find the domino that will cause the entire set to topple and squash the tomato, and do that within the available time. You start the game with 20 seconds, and you will lose or gain time depending on your performance. Worth a try.
83. Grow Cube
Simple and intriguing game where you start with a big cube and 10 items to be distributed around it. The order of the items will determine the final development of your cube. Hint: Start with the man.
A Flash-based, 2D version of Valve’s Portal. You need to reach the exit door on each of the 40 levels, and at your disposal, you have only your brain and the “Apertyre Science Handheld Portable Device” (a gun that shoots portals, which you can use to tele-transport yourself).
Almost 50 tracks to choose from. You will be racing alone, but you can see the ghostcars both from the best run ever and from your own fastest run. Every month three tracks are also chosen as “Tournament Tracks,” and a Top 10 list with the fastest players is displayed on the homepage of the site.
86. Pursuit Across Europe (PACE)
BMW created this game as a promotional effort. You will start in Portugal and drive across Europe, competing with a bunch of other cars. The tracks are not that challenging, but the graphics and sound effects are cool, and it is nice to see how far they are taking the Flash technology.
87. Drifting Championship
Who never wanted to race in a drifting competition? There is only one track, but the game is pretty fun. You can upgrade the parts of your car, and create a “league” where many players can compete with each other (ideal for Fridays in the office).
88. Sink Your Drink
You will be served drinks on three different rows, and once they reach the end of the table, you have to press Z, X or C to knock ‘em back. As you advance on levels, the drinks will be served faster — and the woman serving them gets prettier, too.
89. Short Circuit
Listen to the funky music as you try to avoid the rain of asterisks. Protect your light bulb by clicking the mouse and you may just survive through the differently colored rounds.
90. Base Jumping
Beat your opponents by being the first to hit the ground. You will start aligned in the air with the others, and on the “Go” mark, you’ll have to hit the spacebar as fast as possible. Then, when approaching the ground, hit the spacebar again to open your parachute. Win the three rounds and advance to the next league.
There are nine holes, one for each number on your keyboard number pad. Whenever they pop, smash them with your hammer! There are treasures to be collected, special hammers and weapons, and special monsters that will require more than a hit to get smashed.
92. Squares 2
You control a black square with the objective of collecting all the other black squares and avoiding the red ones. Collect the black balls to activate bonuses. The background music is funky as well.
93. Curve Ball
Think Pong, only in three dimensions. You control a paddle on the end of a tunnel, and the computer controls the other paddle on the other end. Keep hitting the ball until the computer misses it.
94. Bullet Time Reaction
Are you fast enough to dodge a bullet? On this game, you can test that, with the shooter being placed at different distances. Now, that screenshot alone should tell you how fast we were…
95. Cursor Thief
Don’t let the mean little thief steal your cursor! You just need to move around fast. But be warned, the little guy has more than one trick up his sleeves.
Can you keep the blue ball safe? Just move it around with your mouse, and don’t let any red ball hit it. You will start with three red balls. Another will be added to the game as you hit each new level.
97. Dodge Game
Very similar to Particles — only here, you will need to catch a blue square with the blue ball that you control. Every time you catch it, another red ball will appear.
98. Ragdoll Avalanche 2
Awesome game. You control a doll character. Using the arrow keys, you’ll move around and dodge the falling spikes. Ever see “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”? That is what it feels like.
99. Zelda Flash Game
It would be a tough task finding an RPG lover that never played Zelda, huh? Now, you can also lead Link through various adventures directly in your browser. Keep in mind this is not the original game — it’s just based on it.
100. Monster Den
A party-based dungeon crawl tactical RPG. Create a party of up to four heroes from five distinct character classes. Then battle to the depths of the dungeon, increasing in strength and finding a powerful treasure.
101. Monster Den: Book of Dread
The expanded edition of Monster Den. On Book of Dread, you have more classes to choose from, new items and monsters, and two new quests. If you liked the first one, head right over to it.
Beautiful graphics and a deep story line is what you will find here. You play as a man that lost his memory, and you advance on the game while talking to people and defeating enemies on turn-based battles.
103. Monkey Kick Off
Click on your mouse to make the monkey kick the ball. The timing is essential to make it go far away. (Tip: Wait until the ball is high up in the air.) Try to reach the Monkey Village at 4,000 monkey meters!
104. Kitten Cannon
Use the up and down arrows to move the cannon, and space to fire. As you probably guessed, you will be firing kittens! Not only that, you should also aim to make them hit explosives along the way. This will boost your final score.
105. Nanaca Crash
Click and hold your mouse until you have the desired angle and power, then release it. Nanaca will come rushing to crash into Taichi. During the game, pay attention to the word “AERIAL.” Whenever it gets highlighted in red or blue, you can click to call Nanaca again. You can use this ability three times.
106. Snakes On A Plane
Kill all the 100 snakes on the plane, motherfucker! The difficulty is not that high, but the idea is cool. Make sure to check the end of the game as well!
Based on a horror story, you get to play as Dr. Herbert West. You start with a revolver, six bullet chambers, and a bunch of zombies to take down. Reload timing is important here. Once you get a shotgun, use the shift key to switch between the two weapons.
108. Puki: The Swarm
Pukis are little cute creatures. Unfortunately, they are also pretty mean, so you need to wipe them out. Use the WASD keys to move around, space to activate your shields, and the mouse to point and shoot the laser gun. Careful with the overheating effect though.
109. Kill The Dog From Duck Hunt
Remember the Duck Hunt game, released for NES in 1985? Have you ever wanted to shoot the dog instead of the ducks? Well, now you can!
A game that is half tower defense, half shoot-’em-up. There are timed rounds where enemy troops will try to invade your castle. You need to shoot ‘em up. You also gain cash along the way, and you will be able to buy barricades, auto-defence, tower guards and so on.
111. Sift Heads Sniper Game
Play as a Mafia assassin. On each level, you will have one objective and one weapon. Aim for the head. Always!
112. Tactical Assassin
Similar to the previous game, except here, you have a limited sight — and always the same gun. On each mission, you will be presented a briefing. Read it carefully to know who you must kill beforehand.
113. The Last Stand
Kill the zombies! There is some strategy involved, as you need to allocate your day time between finding survivors, weapons, and repairing the barriers that protects you. Don’t forget to get the M-40. It rocks.
114. The Last Stand 2
Those of you that finished the first version of the game too fast can carry on the fun with this one. This time, you need to make your way to Union City in 40 days, while blasting all the zombies as usual.
Lock the target on your flying enemies and hit space to fire. There are different routes and bosses, and you can also score combos to gain more points.
116. Boxhead 2Play Rooms
Massacre all the box-headed zombies. On your arsenal, you’ll find guns, UZIs, shotguns, explosive barrels and even hand grenades!
117. Bubble Tanks 2
Freaking addictive game. Once you start upgrading your bubble tanks, it is the end — you will want to go all the way! Use the WASD keys to move your bubble tank around, and the mouse to aim and shoot.
118. Mouse Maze
Take the mouse cursor to the white square without touching the borders of the maze and without getting hit by the different obstacles along the way.
119. Tangerine Panic
Picture this: You are trapped in a large room, and there is no way out. There is also a hole in one of the walls, and giant tangerines are popping out of it like there is no tomorrow! Avoid them if you can.
120. Ping Pong
You won’t play ping pong here, but rather try to bounce the ball as many times as possible. You can send it forward or backward depending on where it hits the paddle.
121. The Missile Game 3D
On this game, you get to pilot a missile through a large tunnel, and you must avoid crashing with the obstacles. Use your mouse to pass through the holes on the structures. There are nine levels, and you have five lives. Can you make it to the end?
122. The Irritating Game
Quite a challenging game (to the point where it irritates, though I am not sure if this is the correct translation for the name). You need to control two things at the same time: a bouncing ball and a rolling one. It should be good to exercise your brain connections.
123. Escaladeby Flash Game
Use the arrow keys to move and space to jump. You control a little blockhead thing, and you have five minutes to scale up to the top. Tricky game — just when you think you are doing well, you will fall all the way back to the beginning.
124. Every Second
Can you hold the button of your mouse for exactly 0.2 seconds? What about 0.4 seconds? Test your timing skills with this game. You have a 0.1 error tolerance on each level.
125. Run Run
Avoid the obstacles along the way. Hit the up arrow to perform a small jump, and space to perform a big jump. Time them carefully.
126. Orisinal Dog Game
Like in Run Run, you’ll have to avoid the obstacles on a side-scrolling environment in Orisinal Dog. On this game, however, you control four dogs at the same time. Move them forward or backward to synchronize the jumps.
127. Too Many Ninjas
Use the arrow keys to move your sword around, and block the ninjas and their throwing stars. Can you survive the assault?
Keep your mouse inside the moving box for as long as possible. Careful with the distractions that will appear.
129. Winter Bells
Assume the control of a cute little rabbit and jump from bell to bell. Make sure to hit the birds as well, as they will double your score. The background music is quite pleasant as well.
130. Nex Game
Click the mouse at the right time to break the ice wall. One second too early or too late, and you’ll end up smashing your nose against it. Tip: When you reach the last wall, break it with a headbutt.
131. Flash Tron
Did you ever play Snake on a Nokia phone? This is similar, but more elaborate. You control a cycle that builds a wall after itself. You need to out maneuvre your opponent so that she will hit a wall before you do. The cycles have turbos and everything.
132. The Game of Disorientation
Use the arrow keys to move your character around. You objective is to walk until you hit the colored square on each level. Sound easy? Heck, wait until your world starts rotating around.
133. The Helicopter Game
This little game is sure to make you waste a lot of time. Simply hold your mouse button to make the helicopter fly upward, and release it to make the helicopter go down. Reaching the first 1,000 meters is the hardest part!
134. Bumper Ball
What happens if you mix bumper cars with soccer? Bumper Ball! Control your car with the arrow keys, and hit the ball (or your opponent…) to score as many goals as possible within one minute. If no goal is scored, a “Golden Goal” time will follow.
135. Snowball Fight
Choose your character’s face, and wipe out everyone else in the room. Use the arrow keys to move left and right, and the mouse to throw the snow balls. They even created a jingle song for the game!
Grave hurdles. Tomb lift. Six foot dig. Skull put. The Necrathlon! Hilarious game concept. You need to compete on those four different modalities to obtain a final score. Careful to not destroy your keyboard…
137. Penguin Dive
Press space to start the motion, space again to jump (try to do this before the flag), and then use the arrow keys to add rotation to your jump and to calculate the entrance. There are three criteria for the points: height, rotation and dive entry.
138. Dolphin Olympics 2
Score as many points as possible in two minutes by swimming and flipping your dolphin. Successful jumps build speed, allowing for bigger and better tricks. Use all the arrow keys to rotate and spin the dolphin.
139. Max Dirt Bike
Terrific game where you need to pass several obstacles with your motorcycle (ever see trials competitions on television?). Use the up and down arrows to accelerate and brake, and the left and right arrows to balance the motorcycle.
140. Tennis Game
The classic tennis game (remember the one for NES?). Use the arrow keys to move and space to hit the ball. The arrows control the direction of the hit as well. You can play either an exhibition match or the world championship.
141. Yeti Sports
There are 14 mini games inside this portal. It requires registration, but it is worth it. Albatroz Overload? Penguin Baseball? They have it all!
142. Invasion Tactical Defense
Aliens are invading Earth, and you have to defend an important nuclear factory. Do this by buying cannons and tell them what to do. You also have to make strategic decisions about what cannons you buy and what upgrades you make.
143. Lemonade Stand
You have 30 days to run your lemonade stand. How much money can you make? Every day, you need to decide how much to spend on advertising, how much to charge for each glass, and how many glasses to produce. Tip: Check the weather on the window.
144. Star Dominion
Probably the best real-time Flash strategy game out there. Mine resources and build towns, defense systems, research new technologies and train units in order to attack the enemy bases and capture resources controlled by the enemy.
145. Sea of Fire
Construct buildings on the empty tiles, and make them produce units. The units will automatically attack the enemy base and soldiers. The objective is to destroy all the enemy structures. Money is earned as time elapses, but you can increase the interest rates with special financial buildings. Engaging game.
146. Dice Wars
Turn-based strategy game where you have to conquer the territories of your opponents by attacking them with your dice. (The sum of the numbers of the attacking dice must be bigger than that of the defending dice.) At the end of each turn, you will receive as many dice as the number of adjacent territories that you control.
147. The Last Guy
Japanese coders are really creative. This game allows you to turn any Web site into an online game! You control a little bug, and your objective is to rescue the other bugs around the field.
Created for a thesis project, this game is really revolutionary. You simply swim around with your multi-cellular organism. Eat other organisms to grow and evolve. Creatures with a red dot will take you to a deeper level (20 total). Pay attention to the integration between the intro, the game play and the credits. Simply beautiful.
149. Jelly Jumper
Use the arrow keys to guide the chubby little guy around. There are 50 levels to go, and you will need to step on the right keys. The game was sponsored by Logitech.
150. Kill The Popups
If you have been using the Internet for a while, you probably already have a good training for this game. Kill the popups before the take control of the screen. Crazy adaptation of The Ride of The Valkyries song as well — check it out.
Funky background music and a gameplay that makes you remember Worms. On this multiplayer game players will need to fire projectiles against each other, and the action is divided in turns. On each round you will have two teams with three players each. Pretty cool.
152. Ownage Burst
Use your mouse to point and shoot, and the WASD keys to move, duck and jump. Kill all the enemies on the other side of street. The game has some slick graphics, check it out.
153. Coign Of Vantage
Put your spatial perception into perspective with this 3d puzzle game. Assemble as many images from an abstract cloud as you can before time runs out.
154. Puzzle Farter
Can you fart with precision? Well, you can test that with this game! Use the arrow keys to control a little guy that can fly around using his farts! There are 50 levels to go, and on each you need to reach the exit door while avoiding the obstacles. The sounds are hilarious.
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