Click when the shame shape as yours passes by. Sounds easy, but it’s not!
Dying is easy. Dying in a zombie apocalypse is even easier. A true man (or woman) needs to earn his death by doing something crazy, innovative and dangerous. That is exactly what Earn to Die 2 Exodus, the newest game in Earn to Die series, is all about. The game was made by Toffee Games and playable on Crazy Games.
An intro clip puts you in a zombie apocalypse and the last human settlement is about to be evacuated. It is nowhere near your neighborhood, though. Actually, it’s on the other side of what’s left of the United States of America. You decide to get there, or die trying.
Earn to Die 2 Exodus is a platform side-scrolling physics driving game (or short PSSPDG) in which your mission is to travel from checkpoint to checkpoint, where a new vehicle awaits, in as few days as possible. It is impossible to reach another checkpoint in one try because the vehicle you drive is a rusty piece of junk. By some twisted logic, each time you drive, trying to reach the next checkpoint, you will end up back in your garage with considerably more money than when you started. Money can be spent on upgrades, allowing for better chances of reaching the next garage. The parts of your vehicle which you can improve are engine, transmission, wheels, gun(s), boost, armor and fuel tank. Each part provides a different bonus when upgraded.
Engine will allow for faster acceleration and less fuel consumption, transmission provides increased maximum speed, wheels give you better grip for those steep hills, guns kill zombies before they hit your car considerably reducing the amount of brains on your windshields as well as the damage on the car in general, boost can be used to gain a little extra speed, armor increases the amount of damage your vehicle can take before breaking down and fuel tank gives you candy (just kidding, it gives you more fuel so you can travel further).
With adequate graphics and good background music, Earn to Die 2 Exodus is a great albeit short game to waste a bit of time on.
You know how we are always thinking about the next 2048 or Flappy Bird?
Well, Agario, a new online multiplayer game, seems to be it. In this simple but fun game, you have to eat other slimes to grow large until you get eaten and die. Then you start all over again. It can be a little laggy and some people have reported that it doesn’t work, but if it does work smoothly (as is the case for me), it is tons of fun!
Impossible Bounce is a very simple game in which your goal is to keep the ball bouncing inside the circle. The circle randomly changes its position after the ball hits it. You’ll earn a high score by bouncing for as long as you can. The circle also gets smaller after every bounce until there’s barely any of it left for the ball to hit. Despite its simplicity, it is also a very challenging game. There’s no way of telling how the circle would be positioned after a bounce and there’s no way to stop playing until you’ve beaten your own score at least once.
I’ve played a few games featuring creepy art before. Well, Skinny is the story of a robot named Skinny. The game begins with you talking to your wife and then you can talk to your dog and then your son who would ask you to find his marbles. When you find all his marbles, you wake up and all of it was just a dream. Then your mom, who looks like a robotic periscope tells you that she made you new arms and you can now fire a grappling hook thingy. This will come in handy. Anyway, you then proceed to help people around the game world. For a side scrolling adventure, this one is dark and creepy but also interesting and easy to learn. Do try this if you’re up for something different.
If you don’t like puzzle games then stop reading now. No, really, stop! You are still reading, which means you like puzzle games which is a good thing because today we are talking about 0h h1, a game by Martin Kool.
0h h1 is a logic game, with similar game mechanics as Takuzu and Binairo. The game is played on four by four (4×4), six by six (6×6), eight by eight (8×8) or ten by ten (10×10) grids. Some of the tiles are marked red, and others are blue. Your task is to fill the entire grid while following three main rules. First rule says that three tiles of the same colour are not allowed side by side (for example, three red tiles can’t stand next to each other) in any column or row. Second rule regulates the number of coloured tiles, meaning the same amount of red and blue tiles has to be present in each row and column (in 6×6 game each row and column has to have three red and three blue tiles but not next to each other, as the first rule says). The third rule provides an extra challenge by not allowing any two columns or rows to be identical (this is self explanatory).
The game has a really friendly interface, which is crucial for the ambient. Each time you finish a game your score increases by the sum of the tiles you completed (example: if you finished a four by four game, you will receive 16 points). In addition, recommended time is shown in which you should be able to finish the game.
All in all, 0h h1 is a great way to spend a little time and train your brain at the same time. Even more so because it is available on iOS, android and windows phones as well.
Sentry Knight Conquest is a foul mouthed, brutal, and cool game. I like this type of games. Not because I’m foul mouthed, brutal and cool but… Wait, I think I am… Anyway, Sentry Knight Conquest begins with you getting a map and being asked to kill everyone that tries to kill you. So, you use the WASD and the mouse button to do that. You also need to practice dodging and shooting at the same time. There are waves upon waves of enemies waiting to be decimated by you, or kill you if they’re lucky. And of course, you get to upgrade your weapon and make progress with the story. What? You thought this was just about killing stuff? I’m telling you that is just half the fun you get from this game. You get to take quests and fight bosses. There are also other characters to help you on your journey. Try it now and get addicted to shooting stuff!
Have you played Android games with the Google Play highscore system? Well, there’s always this one guy named Taner Sivar at the top. He’s clearly a hacker, and seems to take a big pleasure in seeing his name at the top. Google doesn’t seem to care; they could easily block him!
Just wanted to let out that little frustration…
Side scrolling has never looked this good while also being simple and fun at the same time! Rogue Soul 2 has a lot of improvements and new stuff compared to the original. Note that you don’t need to have played the first game to enjoy this edition. The game opens up with an old prisoner and two guards. The protagonist quickly finishes off the guards and frees the prisoner only to tell him he’s just after the loot. We then proceed to a tutorial level and after learning the basic controls, we go to the first few levels where we can hop on enemies, collect loot and slide through obstacles. There are awards and achievements and a book with data about all the enemies and some other stuff. We can also unlock skins and buy upgrades and weapons and parachutes. A lot of stuff to discover!