Cookie Connect

Before starting this game, make sure you take a good, comfortable seat to sit on, and check the time, make sure you have plenty of time to waste because Cookie Connect will make time pass without you even noticing!

cookie connect

Cookie Connect is a Match 3 game that is mostly like the very famous Candy Crush, except instead of candies, you play with cookies, and the mechanic of switching candies is a bit different, as in this game, the main mechanic is dragging a line over 3 or more of the same cookies to remove them from the playing field. Each level will give you a different set of cookies and some different design that may or may not hinder you from creating the perfect combos (as some will add in obstacles and some will open up a few blocks). If you connect more than 6 cookies in one combo, you will get a special cookie with special effects. You are given a limited number of moves so you better keep an eye on that. The goal of most of the levels is to fill the cookie meter on the left. You can do this by removing cookies on the field. Some levels will have 1 (or more) people on top of the screen looking for a specific cookie and a number of it. Removing the number (or more) of that specific cookie from the field will finish the level. Every time you finish a level, you are sent to the world map to choose the next level, or play the older levels to get all the stars on each level (all stars are received if you fill the meter all the way). When you finish a level with some moves remaining, each move will result in a Rainbow Fever, where a cookie rainbow is thrown in the field randomly and will explode to give you more points.
Cookie Connect is a great way to waste time online, and it’s a very fun game to play, so that time isn’t really fully wasted. You can play this game for hours without even noticing, that’s just how fun this game is.

Viking: Way to Valhalla

Casual games aren’t always half as bad as hardcore gamers would like to think they are. Viking: Way to Valhalla is a very good example to prove this. Not a lot of casual puzzle games can pull off the same quick adrenaline you get from casual games with the same amount of interest you get for adventure games, and this game does very well in both accounts due to its very unique gameplay style along with very good mechanics.

Viking: Way to Valhalla is a puzzle game by CrazyGames.com that mostly plays like the Candy Crush games where you line up the same type of blocks with each other and break them until all of the blocks are out (or whatever goal is given to you), but for this game, the mechanic is a little bit different. Your usual board where the blocks would be is placed at the bottom part of the screen, while the top screen shows two sides, the left side showing your Viking, and the right side showing whatever enemy you are trying to kill. The objective of the game is to break sword blocks to damage the enemies, the more blocks clumped together the higher the damage. You lose under 2 conditions, which is you either run out of number of turns, or your Viking’s HP drops down to zero. There will be a lot of additional goals and obstacles in finishing each stage as well as your Viking getting skills and weapons that alter the gameplay and time you need to beat levels, so you would always be on your toes in each level, giving the game a higher gameplay time that the usual gameplay times you get for the regular casual games.
Viking: Way to Valhalla is a very good game to play and keeps you interested for a pretty good amount of time as the adventure elements of the game keep you hooked as well as the casual elements of the game. Play this game if you haven’t yet, you’ll be surprised how 2 genres can blend into one with a very good result.

Shot Firer 2

Being a miner is a very dangerous profession, but there are those that do it for a thrill in their lives, those that don’t work under anyone but themselves. You go underground, blow things up, and then get the loot. Shot Firer 2 is a game that is just about that. Collect treasures and try to stay alive in more than 30 levels of platforming madness while you collect all of the level’s jewels. Blow up soil that’s holding treasure and crawl through low ceilings and become the richest guy around!
Shotfirer 2
Shot Firer 2 lets you play as a spelunker digging deep down the earth to get his hands on all the treasure that he can carry. It’s a platform game with a little bit of a puzzle element. You’ll be jumping on platforms and think of ways on how to make sure that you get every single one of the jewels on each level and how you’ll be avoiding some enemies that’ll be on some of the levels. You will be carefully using not only your reactions but also your wit.
The game is pretty simple ni terms of controls. With graphics, it looks a bit better than your normal flash game, but nothing too much to celebrate about. The game controls very well using the arrow keys and pressing the space bar to plant dynamite on wherever you need to, and using the arrow keys in conjunction to the space bar, you can plant one in any direction as long as there is soil there. Keep away from explosions, by the way, as you will surely get killed if you are too close to one.
Shot Firer 2 is a pretty good game but ca become a bit repetitive in the early levels. Once you get to the later levels, the challenge is taken up a bit, but nothing too drastic. Kids to teens will have a lot of fun with this game. If you are looking for a challenging game, this is not the game I would advise you play, but if you just want a chill game that is both cute and fun, then Shot Firer 2 is a good choice of game to play!

Penguin Diner

Penguins are just the cutest animals in the world. You can make them do anything and they’d still look so cute. In Penguin Diner, you’ll see a penguin dress up like a waiter and serve dinner to everyone. If you’ve ever played the Diner Dash games then you’ll feel right at home with Penguin Diner.

Penguin Diner is a dining simulator that puts you in the shoes (flippers) of a little penguin just out there to make a living in a world where diners can make good money. Play in an engaging story mode that spans over 20 levels that will put your speed to the test. The game plays simple but very well in terms of controls, as all you’ll ever need is your mouse and its left button. A few seconds after you start a level, a customer will walk in the front door, and you’ll have to seat that customer to any available table. Click the customer to highlight them and then click the table where you will be seating them. After they are seated, they will be ordering their food. Wait for them to call you (they will raise their hand when they are ready) and you can click them again to take their order. Once they have told you their order, you may attend to other customers as you wait for the cooks to finish making it (once they are done, they’ll place the order on the counter). Once the order is ready, click it, then bring it over to your customer. You will do this with all of your customers until they are done eating. Once they are done, they will leave a tip for you. Just click the table to clear it and pick up the tips. That table will now be ready for new customers to come in. Keep doing that until the day is over, make sure to try and reach your goals before the day ends!

Penguin Diner may be a very familiar game due to it having the likeness of Diner Dash, but in its own, unique ways, it shines a bit differently from Diner Dash, and using the cut elittle penguins as characters, this game has its own charms. If you’ve been looking for a cuter version of Diner Dash, then you just came to the right game.

Super Boxotron 2000

Boxes has always been fun in a lot of different ways, and here at Super Boxotron 2000, boxes are made even more fun because of the addition of guns! Guns and boxes are fun individually, but together, they are a blast! I don’t know why this was never thought of before, but now that it’s here, I don’t think I can ever play a game about boxes without guns anymore.

Super Boxotron 2000 is a top view shooter that is all about you shooting boxes. Really, that’s it. You are put into the shoes of a trooper that needs to destroy boxes using the different guns in your arsenal. Once you have chosen a gun you’d like to use, you walk over to the room where all the boxes are at. Boxes will fall and each box will have a number on it, this number indicates how many times a box needs to be shot to actually destroy it. Each box may contain coins that you can use later to upgrade your weapons or buy better ones. As you go through the boxes, the game becomes harder and harder as the boxes falls faster and more frequently. If a box falls on your head, you die immediately, so you should do your best to avoid the boxes. When a box is about to fall, a little light will show on the exact position the box will fall on as an indicator, so avoid those lights to save your head. There will also be times when spikes will suddenly pop out of the floor and one touch of these spikes will instantly kill you. Whenever you die, you will be brought back to the first room and you will be given the option to buy new upgrades and guns. The shop also opens up while in the box room when you reach a certain number of boxes destroyed (buying in the box room is cheaper, so try your best to survive until the shop opens up in the box room). Shooting the boxes to clear the room is the best way to survive as you can make more room to avoid any obstacles or dropping boxes, so do your best to shoot everything in your way.
Super Boxotron 2000 is very fun and very addicting. The start of each game can be a bit boring as the boxes come in one by one, but as the game progresses, it becomes more exciting as it becomes more difficult. If you’ve been looking for a good game with guns and a simple goal (destroying boxes? Super easy), then Super Boxotron 2000 is a great game to start with, and it’s going to be hard to stop.

Slither.io

Agario has been a ridiculously famous game because of its addictive, competitive multiplayer aspect. The game is so easy to learn, so fun to get into, and doesn’t really need a high level of skill to actually win, just always remember to have fun. So what happens if you mix the formula that agar.io is known for with a classic game that almost everyone knows and loves? Then you have Slither.io, a combination of the horribly addictive agar.io and the simple reflex and planning game, snake. Get ready to duke it out with the whole world in a game of you versus the world in snake.

Slither.io is an online multiplayer game that makes you play as a little snake that is out for food to eat, but every time you eat food, you get longer and become a much scarier snake, out to get the bigger fish in the sea, other snakes! The goal of the game is to become the longest snake in the world by eating more and more food (represented as different stuff in the map, but mostly a dot) and snakes once you are big and long enough. Eating a snake that is shorter than you will make you grow longer than a single food can get you. There are a lot of different strategies to this game, even though it looks simple, it’s a pretty deep game. You can always eat food that doesn’t move that will make you longer pretty slowly, or you can grow a bit with foo, then start preying on the weak. The controls are so simple even kids will get it. You just use your mouse cursor to move around the screen, and your little snake will follow the cursor. Move the cursor to anything edible to your snake, and your snake eats it automatically. Are you a good enough reptile to make it to the top? Then you would probably want to try Slither.io to test out your gut feeling of greatness!

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 Dice wars would be a very good place to start.

Dice Wars

Dice wars 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.
Dice wars 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 Dice wars and see if you have the strategic prowess to conquer the world.

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.

The Impossible Quiz 2

Calling all prodigies! It is time again to put your skills and knowledge in a great test as Splapp-Me-Do released the sequel to their highly successful Impossible Quiz game. Contrary to what the title suggests, The Impossible Quiz 2 is not really impossible at all. Well, unless you are genius enough to answer all the mind twisting questions and surpass all the tricky challenges without committing a single mistake. There will be hundreds of questions to deal with and if you think you are the most genius guy to ever lived, then feel free to play this quiz and show off how high your IQ is.

Title screen of The Impossible Quiz 2

The Impossible Quiz 2 actually works the same way with the first game but with a lot of improvements that make this sequel even more captivating. The rules and mechanics are very simple: nothing more but to complete the quiz by answering all the questions correctly. This might sound too simple but the game is surprisingly tricky and fiendishly challenging. The questions that are being thrown are not factual but more of being logical which requires you to visualize and analyze the questions carefully before giving your answers. A single mistake will cost you a life point. From three lives, The Impossible Quiz 2 offers two more additional lives for the player and that prolongs your journey.

Most questions are multiple choice but you will also encounter some absurd mini games and other mind-twisting and brain-draining logical puzzles along the way. Interestingly, this sequel introduces power items that you will encounter from time to time so kindly take advantage of them. You can use “Skip” to skip a question or use the “Fusestopper” to stop the time bombs which can be found in some levels. They are, however, not applicable every time so you still need to use your skills to win this game.  If you lose all the lives, the game will come to a quick end and that gives you no other option but to start the game back from the very beginning. Don’t worry, you will be dealing with the same set of questions so passing through them should be easy!

Play The Impossible Quiz 2 here!

Run 2 Review

If you enjoyed exploring the endless space in the first Run game, then you will surely find its sequel in the series created by Joseph Cloutier even more captivating. A vast of wonderful improvements were made for this game and it features a lot of new features that are way beyond our expectations. Run 2 is basically a simple yet fun and surprisingly addictive endless running adventure in which you take control of an alien and your goal is nothing more but to clear all the levels by successfully making it to the finish line. This, however, is not going to be an easy task, considering that you will be passing through a tunnel with limited platforms to step onto.

One of the game’s most notable changes is the Skater mode. It introduces a new avatar in a separate mode. The Infinite Mode, however, was taken out of the concept but the Edit Mode remains accessible. I also like to note that the Main campaign features different stages to Skater Mode. Speaking of stages, the graphics here were drastically changed from flat surfaces to 3D and much more engaging platforms. You can freely navigate the map using the arrow keys and jump over from one platform to another using the spacebar but these controls can be configured from the main menu based on your own preferences. Since these are tunnels, you can freely flip the map by simply stepping on the side.

Another interesting addition in this game are the bonuses. These are the glowing orbs that are randomly located in each level. Collecting them requires extensive skill which added an extra challenge for this interesting sequel. You will also encounter special platforms which will either help or harm you along the way. Edit Mode is also a great experience. Here, you can customize your own map, add and arrange platforms the way you want them and once you are done and satisfied, you might consider sending your entry to Kongregate or better yet challenge someone to try your very own creation. It is a highly addictive game indeed and something you can confidently consider on top of your game list!

You can also check out my review for Run 3!