Defuse It

Bomb squads have the hardest job in the world. Everything around a bomb they’re defusing is in danger and the lives of everyone around that same bomb is in jeopardy, and all of those is in the bomb squad’s hands. What happens if suddenly, you became part of that squad? Defuse It is a bomb disarming game that will take all of your wits and patience to the test and see if you have grace under pressure. It’s even better played with a friend!
The game starts once you click on the Play game button on the menu, so before pressing that, I advise you to download the bomb manuals. Downloading the manual can be done by clicking the Download Manual button on the main menu. You can also choose the difficulty (if this is your first time playing and you are playing alone, doing the easy difficulty is highly advised). Playing with a friend is definitely recommended as you will need someone to read the manual as you try to defuse the bomb, or someone to defuse it as you read the manual, whatever works for you. If you are playing alone, I recommend reading the manual first before playing so you know where to read once you encounter a problem with the bomb.

Once a game starts, the defuser will see a bomb on the screen with different parts. Each part is a puzzle that needs to be solved in order to defuse the bomb. Each part will have a page of instructions on the manual and following those instructions will defuse that particular part. Once all parts are done, the bomb will be defused, and you win. If one or more parts are unsolved once the timer reaches zero, the bomb explodes and you lose.
The key to winning this game is to get a good partner and to keep talking with each other to make sure that each part is taken care of with the quickest time possible. It’s very fun and very challenging, so getting a friend out to play this is worth the trouble.

Audio Reaction Time

Ever wonder if your hand-eye coordination is better than your ear-hand coordination? Well, wonder no more! Audio Reaction Time will answer half of that question for you by giving you your reaction time using sound. It’s not really a competition since age can be a factor, but getting a good score may be harder than some people think.

So, playing the game is actually pretty simple control wise and gam wise. Everything can be played with a single button. You can either press the space bar or your mouse’s left button, whichever you are most comfortable with. When the game starts, they will instruct you to press whatever you want to use when you hear a sound. Once you do, you will be given the result of your speed. The lower the result, the faster your reaction was. You will be given five tries per game. It’s not very hard, and you can get other people in on the game to see which one of you will have the fastest reactions.

After playing the game, remember to read the description of the game below the game to give you a better understanding of the game’s history and anything that may have affected your result. Learning about your ear-hand coordination is cool and can give you a better understanding of your own skills.

Lightybulb 2

The market for puzzle games has become huge in the past few years, but that doesn’t mean it’s all good. There are plenty of puzzle games that are either too easy or too hard, so people walk away from them. Lightybulb, I believe, would be a mix of very hard puzzles along with a few easy ones, which is an OK combination, but all of them are still pretty fun to solve.

Lightybulb 2 has a pretty simple goal and premise; light the bulb by giving it power. The light bulb can be given energy in a variety of ways, all of them though will have a puzzle for you to solve first, so make sure to get your brain ready before you play. There will be a number of puzzles before you can finish the game, including a few ones that might get you completely stumped. One of the easier ones will have you pressing a button to give power to another button that will then give power to the light switch, so you just have to press them in order. Some of them will use time puzzles, and some will use pictures to reveal the puzzle’s answers. There’s really no key presses needed or whatever, all you need is your mouse, so the game is pretty simple in terms of controls. If you think that a puzzle requires you to press something outside your mouse, then think again, because that answer is probably wrong.

If you’re in the market for a quick puzzle game, then let Lightybulb 2 take your time. The puzzles are very good and a few of the many ways to answer the puzzles are actually pretty fun. Take your time to think about the answers, or if you really want to progress, there’s a few guides around the net to help you out. Don’t worry, we won’t think you’re cheating for it.

Fleeing the Complex

Henry Stickmin is convicted of a serious crime and is being sent to a maximum security compound called The Wall. Is there any way he can escape? Should he escape alone? Maybe kill a few guards along the way too? Well, everything is up to you to decide. Pick Henry’s fate as you go through more than 30 scenarios of different results based on your decisions.

Fleeing the Complex is a decision based game where you decide on Henry’s every move and every step. The story starts you off with Henry being taken to The Wall, and being sent in to a cell with another prisoner. This is where the game actually starts. You never get to control Henry, but in a way, you control his actions by selecting one for him. In every choice, you get a different result that can either be good or bad for Henry. If it was a bad choice, you get to see what happens with your choice and then you go back to the previous choices you were given to give it another go, and if it was a good choice, you see the fruits of that choice, and then move on to a different set of choices. A lot is hanging on your decision since there will also be branching paths of choices, meaning one choice can lead to a different scenario, while another one will lead to a different setting. There’s a lot of replayability just because of this mechanic, and it’s pretty fun to see what happens in all of your choices. There will also be a lot of references to different pop culture stuff and games, like the infamous box from the Metal Gear Solid series, or for a more obscure reference, the tactical map stage from Fire Emblem. The comedy found here is gold, and I found myself laughing to almost every scenario.

A good story is hard to find nowadays, and one that actually gives you a choice to make it a good or bad story is even harder. Fleeing the Complex is filled with excitement and humor, and branching paths with multiple endings will keep you coming back for more. Want to see if Henry actually escapes? Then go ahead and try the awesome Fleeing the Complex. You’ll have tons of fun for sure.


Wolverine is one of the most badass characters that have ever been made, so it’s really a no brainer to make a game that’s all about him slashing his way through a couple hundred people with his claws. Hack and slash your way through Japan in Wolverine Tokyo Fury.

Wolverine Tokyo Fury has three different modes for you to play, each giving the player a different experience and different goals. The first mode is the main Story Mode, which will put you in the story of the Wolverine movie where Mariko is kidnapped, and Wolverine mows through hundreds of ninjas to save her. The next mode is endless mode, which puts your platforming and endless running skills to the test. Wolverine is sent out to slash through ninjas endlessly until he dies. Play and try to beat your high score. Survival mode will put you in a small closed arena like platforming area that will endlessly spawn ninjas for you to fight. The longer you survive, the higher your score will be.

The game may look a bit complicated, but really, it’s pretty simple in terms of controls. Wolverine can be controlled using the left and right arrow keys to move left and right. Pressing up on the arrow keys will make Wolverine guard attacks, leaving any enemy that attacks vulnerable as they recover while Wolverine takes no damage. The A button on the keyboard will make Wolverine attack with his claws, and the S button makes him jump. The controls work on all modes, but the gameplay will change drastically each mode, so using a different gamestyle each mode is imperative.

Wolverine Tokyo Fury is a pretty good action platformer, with good visuals and good music accompanied by great gameplay, it’s easy to put in hours of play in this game without even noticing it.


JoeyQuest is a pretty weird, but at the same time pretty unique, game. It does not have a fancy opening, a fancy introduction, or any fancy movies. Nevertheless, this game is a good game. Humor is one of its main assets, but don’t let that fool you, JoeyQuest is a deep game filled with references to different internet stuff, so make sure you know your memes and internet jokes, because you’re going to be in one heck of a ride with JoeyQuest.

The game, as mentioned, will start without giving you any choices. Once you load the game up, you’re already playing it. No menus or anything, which is kind of confusing at first, but then you realize that this game was meant to be a bit confusing. It’s part of its charm. You control Joey, the main character of the story, along with Anon, which is short for Anonymous. You can control Joey by pressing W, A, S, and D to move around. Pressing the space bar will make Joey interact with whatever is in front of him. I recommend interacting with Anon first (he’s the tall guy on the screen that’s not Joey, pretty hard to miss) as he will give you a rundown on what you can do in the world. Once he’s give you instructions, that’s pretty much it. You will need to explore the world and do fetch quests to finish the game.

JoeyQuest isn’t too crazy about cutscenes and graphics, but it acts like a good RPG. The fetch quests can become confusing and may get a few players stuck, but keep at it. The ending might just get you laughing that it’ll feel that everything you did was worth it.

Vex 3

Vex 3 is a platforming game with a little bit of puzzle orientation mixed in to it. This game will test your hand-eye coordination and put it to the limits, along with a bit of your problem solving skills. This game was made for both the casual gamers and for the hardcore gamers that love a challenge, and when I say challenge, I mean hair pulling, mind numbing challenges that will make you want to throw a fit on your keyboard, but that’s not to say that it’s bad, since these kinds of challenges are the most rewarding to beat!

This time, Vex 3 starts on a type of overworld with obstacles for you to go through, but the game doesn’t really revolve around here. There are red blocks placed all over the place that contains Acts, which is the main part of the game and is where all of the challenges begin. In these acts, you are teleported to a room with obstacles that you need to overcome, like a buzzsaw spinning on the ground you need to jump over, or an endless pit, or spikes you need to avoid. You will be guided by a few arrows to tell you where you need to go, ultimately leading you to the goal, which is a portal that will take you out of that room. Going through the course is hard enough, but putting in a time factor makes it even harder. For people that just want to go through levels, ignoring the timer is an option since you aren’t really penalized for finishing it in poor time; it just doesn’t give you awards and stuff. For the veterans, this is a challenge. Each course has a time that you need to beat to get bronze, silver, gold, or perfect (with perfect being the time to beat for gold, except you didn’t die in any of the obstacles). Once you beat an Act with a gold or perfect award, you are given the option to play that Act in Hell Mode, which is basically a revamped course with much harder obstacles. I personally had a hard time finishing most of the Hell Mode courses as they were made very hard, and some of them had me stumped on what to do, but the difficulty was where the fun lies, so it was all in good fun.

Vex 3 is a great platformer and a great game overall. It also introduces a new feature in the series called Ghost Mode, where a shadow runs alongside you in each Act, the shadow being your best run of that Act, just so you know if you’re doing better or worse in that specific course. If you’re up for a challenge, go ahead and play the game (available here on CrazyGames). It will surely not disappoint.

4th and Goal 2015

If there are any fans of American football out there, then here’s a great game for you! If you’re on a budget and can’t really get a new console to play the newest NFL games, then 4th and Goal 2015 is the game you should be playing right now!

4th and Goal 2015 does not disappoint when it comes to gameplay. The main menu will give you 2 options, either to start a new game, or to view the instructions. The instructions are pretty clear, and the controls are all very easy to understand. Pressing A and D will move your player right and left, respectively, pressing W will give your player a speed boost (which has a stamina meter that depletes while you use it, and refills while you don’t), and pressing space to either pass when you’re on offense, or do a big hit when in defense. When starting a new game, you can choose to play either one game, or to play an entire playoff series with one team. Every game starts off with you choosing a time limit for the game, and then to either receive or kick, and depending on your choice, the game will continue the same as a real football game. You can decide on what play to use every down, whether it be defensive plays or offensive plays, and every choice can make a big impact in the game’s results. The goal of each game is to get the ball to the opposite side to score, called a touchdown. Every time a touchdown is made, the team that made the touchdown will be given a choice to either kick for an extra 1 point, or push the ball through the defensive lines for 2 extra points. After that, the teams switch kicking and receiving positions, and the game continues. This goes on until time runs out. The team with the highest score wins the game, and if you’ve chosen to play the playoff series, the team that wins will go on to play until the championship game.

Take my word for it, 4th and Goal 2015 is such a great game that I’ve played it for a few hours before ever considering stopping. If you’ve been looking for a quick but good football game, then look no further than 4th and Goal 2015.

Dice Wars

Strategy games have been dying down recently, and mostly you’ll see games that are more action or adventure oriented, so if you’re looking for a deep strategy game to fill the need for that type of game, then Dicewars would be a very good place to start.

Dicewars is a strategy oriented game filled with Dice. The game can be played with up to 8 players, each player taking turns to beat each other. The game is extremely simple, while also being extremely deep, as people would say, it’s a game that is “easy to learn, but is hard to master.” Each player gets a turn as they try to conquer a map with their dice. A player will click on one area with colored dice (the color should be the same as the player’s color), and then click a neighboring area that they want to conquer. Once both have been chosen, both areas will roll their dice, so the area with more dice has a higher chance of winning. If the attacker wins, the area will be conquered and all the dice there will become his/her dice, which can be used to attack another area, and the area used to attack will have 1 dice remaining. A player may choose to end their turn at any point during their turn, which players will do if they think that conquering more areas would be too risky (since players are left with an area with 1 dice when conquering). This goes on until one player is left with dice on the map.

Dicewars is one of the deepest war games that I have ever played, and its simplicity is such a good thing, making it easy to understand, but very hard to win. Test out your wits with Dicewars and see if you have the strategic prowess to conquer the world.

Swords & Souls: A Soul Adventure

The Internet is brimming with small online games. Some gaming studios even specialize in creating high quality games which keep you occupied from just a few minutes to hours and sometimes even days. One of these studios is Soul Studio. Their newest game is Swords & Souls: A Soul Adventure.

It is hard to describe the genre of this game. However, if I were to choose, I’d say the game is an active-combat-adventure-role-playing-game. Set in a fictive land, a short tutorial introduces you to the Arena, a place where combat takes place. First, you have to choose which group of enemies you will fight (once you beat a group, another, stronger appears so in that way it is quite linear). After entering a fight enemies appear, one at a time. Once you have beaten a couple of regular foes a boss appears. By defeating the boss you are awarded with a chest and new group is unlocked. The enemies get stronger rather fast, therefore you have to train your stats.

The game has an experience based levelling system which awards you points which you can spend on your stats, active and passive skills. For some skills certain level is required which is a nice way to keep players involved in the game. Besides passive levelling, player can actively increase a certain stat by playing a mini-game. Each stat has its own mini-game with side-quests which grant extra points.

To keep the pace with the strength of the enemies one must invest in new weaponry and better armour. That can be achieved by spending money in the local shop. There are two ways of acquiring the funds: by defeating groups of foes and by collecting income from the bank. The money can also be invested in the amount you will get at the bank as well as decorating the training room. One can even construct a house, which will in return provide more money in the bank.

All in all, Swords & Souls: A Soul Adventure is another brilliant title coming from one of the best small-game studios currently active on the Internet.