There are some games out there that wants you to just have fun, while there are some games that’ll test your skill, then there’s Get in Shape. This game will try to give you fun, but it’s mostly going to test your eye-hand coordination skill and a lot (a whole LOT) of your patience.
Get in Shape is a game that challenges you to multitask. This game will ask you to juggle a few games simultaneously while making sure that you don’t die in all of them. The game will start you off easy with just one game showing you a simple animation, as well as a button. You’ll need to press the button specified on each game to interact with that game. The interaction is simple, like the block your controlling will jump at the press of a button, or a holding the button makes you move or dodge. There’s a lot that can be done with a single button press, but that’s not the main focus of this game. As you get used to the first game you’re given, you’ll be introduced to another one suddenly, so make sure to be prepared for it. Once the first game is given to you, you’ll have 30 seconds to try and survive before another one is introduced. Your main goal is to maintain and survive through all the games (this will depend on the difficulty you select at the start of the game). For example, one difficulty will need you to survive 5 games for 30 seconds to win. As long as you haven’t reached that goal, the game will keep going unless you don’t survive on the last game remaining.
Get in Shape is a very hard game, and finishing even just the normal difficulty took us a little while to do, but it’s super fun for those looking for a challenge. If you’d like to play a game where your skills are put to the test, then you’ve come to the right place.
Math is everywhere, and that’s something we’ll have to accept. Even the simplest things in life includes math, and although that’s something not each and every one of us like (hey, I’m bad with math) – it’s a reality. Not everyone likes learning stuff when it’s presented to you as learning, so how about learning Kids Math while it’s presented as a game?
Kids Math is a puzzle game that’s filled with nothing but, of course, simple math. It’s actually an old (semi-famous) mobile game that’s been ported to pc so it can be played using a browser. The game is simple enough, you’ll be shown an equation on the top of the screen and a set of numbers at the bottom. You’ll choose which of the numbers at the bottom you think the correct answer to the equation is. There’s also a time limit, and once that ends, the game is over, but this can be lengthened by getting correct answers (but the time can also be shortened by making incorrect answers). The main goal is to last as long as you can. The game doesn’t have any type of introduction, you’re just thrown in the fray once you start playing. You’ll be eased in with a few simple (very simple) equations at the start, but it’ll get more difficult as you go, so the pressure will build up in time – so keep yourself calm if you’d like to get a good score.
Kids Math is really, as the title says, very simple. It hooks you in because of it’s kind of competitive gameplay. The game is very fun and you can play for hours just because you think you can do better each round. If you’re looking for a quick game that you can pick up and play just as quick as you can leave it, then play Kids Math – it’s a good test of your math skill as well.
The trees are dying and only you can save them from extinction! It’s your job to make sure they all survive. Get your noggin ready to solve all the puzzles that’ll come up along the way on saving those cute little cherry trees. Remember, if you can’t save Cherry Creek, no one can!
Cherry Creek is a puzzle game that lets you play a kind of a board game where your main goal is to save the trees on the map. You’ll be shown a bunch of tiles with “paths” that you’ll need can be twisted and turned to your liking. You’ll also one tile in the whole map that’ll have a fountain with a path. You’ll have to make sure that the path connects to another path and another and another (ad infinitum) until you get the water to all the trees in the map. It sounds kind of simple as you’ll just need to turn the tiles (you’ll be using your left mouse button to do this – just hover over the tile and click), but you’ll soon find out that that isn’t the case. The game is very difficult, and even on the easiest setting, you’ll still have a bit of a hard time in solving it – which is where the game shines. The difficulty of the game isn’t impossible, but it’s totally enough to keep you interested and challenged. This game demands that you take the time to think about your solution and the way you’ll bring water over to those sweet little trees.
Cherry Creek is a quick fix for those looking to play a mind wracking game, and it’s pretty simple to pick up and play. It’s pretty straightforward, so it’s kind of like an “easy to learn hard to master” kind of game. Give this game a shot if you’re looking for a game that’ll keep you thinking all the way through
When you’re a God, nothing should be beneath you. You shall create everything that shall walk and roam the earth, including everything that your creations will be using. Experience the thrill of creating multiple things all in a click of a button with Doodle God.
Doodle God is an element creating simulator that lets you play as none other than God, the Doodle God! You’re given the task of creating everything using the first 4 elements you’ve created initially, that’d be earth, fire, water, and air. The start of the game will show you these four elements represented by photos (with their own obvious emblems of course) and you’ll be using your mouse to click and drag these photos to one another to create an entirely new thing. For example, dragging water into earth will create mud, or fire and water will become steam. You’ll have to keep experimenting over and over to create new elements. There’ll be times when 1 element can have different combinations, so don’t give up if you suddenly get an element that you’ve already created. Just keep going. There’s not too much more in this game, so it can get a bit boring, so getting to the very end (where you’ve created everything including life) can be a bit of a challenge. It’s nice because it’s a simple game though, so that kinds of balances itself.
Doodle God is a very long game that may get boring at the end, but is pretty fun and can take up a lot of your time if you enjoy simulations, especially those that includes puzzle and logic to play. This game relies on your fundamental knowledge of everything around you. If you’re looking for a game that’ll let you experience create new things, then Doodlge God should be right up your alley.
Everyone knows that saying – “birds of a feather flock together”. It’s pretty simple: the same group of people or animals will always stay together and mingle together. But how about we get a little simpler than that? In this game, it’s literal. You’re a bunch of birds, and you’ll be flocking and flying together.
Of a Feather is kind of an action platformer, but plays vertically instead of your regular horizontal platforming. It’s like a game of doodle jump, except this game isn’t as fast paced because you’ll need precision and quick thinking. The game is played entirely using your keyboard. You’ll press W or the up arrow key to flap your wings and fly up a certain amount (it’s not much, but it’s a tactical thing). The A and D keys (or the left and right arrow keys) will make you move left or right. This can be combined with your flap key to fly in a certain direction. As you go up, you’ll see other birds standing in some platforms. Your goal is to get a certain number of birds to come with you until the end of each level. A level ends after a certain height. You’ll need to get to that height with the number of birds indicated on the top right of the screen. Once you get there, you’ll again start with 0 birds. The number of birds you’ll need to be with you will increase, so it will be time to step up your game.
Of a Feather is a fun little game that needs patience and skill. The slow pace is an indicator of a game needing precision and good timing to complete. If you’re on the market for a game that gets increasingly hard while still maintaining its cuteness, then go for Of a Feather. It’s a great choice and one you won’t regret.
We all know that the online flash game market was started almost entirely for kids. There’re still a lot of games that shows remnants of this early “kid friendly” environment the online world created. One of those games, is Slime Maker! Dive deep into a very simple game that even those who hasn’t even started grade school can play it and still have fun.
Slime Maker is a game that is generally as the name suggests, it’s all about making slime, and that’s just it. There’re no shenanigans or difficult levels you have to understand. The game is played entirely by your mouse. All you need to do is click on whatever shows up on the screen (you’ll be given instructions on what to click so it’s impossible to go wrong). You’ll be shown ingredients and some instructions, and all you really need to do is follow it – but mostly you just need to click the ingredient a couple of times and that’s it. You’ll keep doing this for around five minutes or so and the game ends. You’ll be greeted with a congratulations screen along with the slime you’ve created. At around the end, you’ll also be able to customize the slime by mixing up the colors and shape and other aesthetic things. It’s not too much of a game, and is mostly a game for kids, but it’s not too much of a problem.
Slime Maker isn’t exactly something that’ll take a lot of brain power to play, in fact, it takes minimal thinking. But that’s something people can do once in a while and still have fun. Just play a game where there’s nothing to do but to click and not think or make decisions. There’s a sense of zen in these kind of games, and it’s not something to really take lightly. If you’re looking for a game where you can just sit back and relax for a couple of minutes and take a load off, then Slime Maker should be a great choice.
American Football fans rejoice! We’ve got a game just for you, and we know you’re gonna love it. What’s not to love about a sports game filled with action? Return Man is the first game in a long series of well loved football games, and is a gateway to the one of the greatest football simulators out in the web.
Return Man is a sports action game that lets you play as the catcher of the punt kick, and your goal is to get to the end of the field to get a touchdown. You’ll be given 3 chances to do so. Each time you get tackled and stopped, you’ll lose a chance. Each possession is basically a life, so keep in mind that you shouldn’t waste a single one. The controls are kind of weird, but for movement, you’ll be using the I key to move forward, and the J and L keys to move left and right respectively. The A, S, and D keys are used for special moves (that you’ll get later in the game). The space bar is a shortcut for continue (since it’d be a hassle to keep going back to your mouse to click on continue), and the M key mutes the game’s sound. The game will start once your character catches the punt, and you’ll be able to take control of the catcher. You’ll have to keep running until the end, and it’s not going to be easy with all the other players set up to tackle you, but it’s not a really unfair match. You’ll have 3 blockers set up to keep you safe, so make sure to use them wisely. Once you get to the end, you’ll be given a congratulations screen and move on to the next level. Rinse and repeat.
Although it might not sound too exciting of a game, Return Man pumps up your adrenaline once you start playing. We’ve played this game for an hour without getting tired of it, so that’s a good indication of how good this game is, especially for sports fans! If you love football, then dive in and play Return Man.