You know how bikes are never out of style? Well, Cyclomaniacs know what’s up. This game is all about bikes and stunts – as well as all about fun. Join the race around the world using your bikes and different characters like a clown, a penguin, a pirate, a zombie, or even the King, Elvis Presley!
Cyclo Maniacs is a bike racing game that lets you roll around in your bike in more than 10 locations around the world and use more than 15 characters – each of them you’ll unlock as you play through the game. You’ll be playing using only your keyboard, with the W (or up key) being your accelerate button and S (down key) as your brake. The space bar will be used to jump. A and D is used to lift your front or hind wheels to do stunts. In the air, those buttons can be used to tilt your bike forward or backwards to do stunts to add more to your stunt meter gauge. Once that gauge is filled, you’ll be given a full boost meter that’ll automatically kick in. The goal of the game is to get to the end of the track and leaving everyone else behind (basically, you have to be 1st to get to the goal). You’ll be given a fixed amount for your win but you can also get more money by finishing the challenges presented to you before you start a race. The money you get can be used to buy upgrades for your bike and a lot of other stuff, so keep on racing to get even better bikes and characters!
Cyclo Maniacs is an awesome bike racing game and can give you a few hours of gaming time that you can’t leave – seriously, the game’s collectible nature and fun gameplay can become a bit addictive. If you’re looking for a casual game that you can play for a good span of time, then this is one of the best games to choose.
It’s common to find racing games everywhere nowadays. It’s a fun genre that’s fun for almost everyone in the whole family, and it can even sometimes have great multiplayer! But you know, sometimes, even the greatest games can become a bit boring, especially if the market gets saturated with great racing games. So now we’ve got a game stripped down to the bare minimum, Drift Hunters, which is literally just about drifting! Don’t let that fool you though, you’re in for a hell of a ride.
Drift Hunters is a driving game that gives you exactly what the title tells you, you hunt for drifts. You play as a driver that doesn’t race against anyone but himself, because the goal of the game isn’t really to be the fastest driver around, but to be the best drifter. You’ll do that by using your keyboard to control your cars. The W key is used to accelerate, while the S key lets you step on the brakes. The A and D keys will make you turn left and right, while the space bar activates your hand brakes, which helps a lot for drifting. By the way, when we said this game was all about drifting, we thoroughly meant it. You also buy stuff using drift, as the currency in this game is drift – like, how many drifts you’ve made. So the more drifts you do, the more money you have. There’s also a combo meter that’ll come up once you’ve done more than 50 drifts and keeping this combo going will give you even more drifts, so keep that in mind. You’ll use your drifts to buy different cars and upgrade all of your available cars. There’s also an option to change your cars’ appearances, but doesn’t really hold any bearing when it comes to speed or drift.
Drift Hunters is pretty fun, but can get a bit boring after a while as you’ll be doing nothing but drifting on different tracks. The graphics and audio is pretty good though, so that’ll keep you on the game for a little while. If you’re looking for a quick, fun game to play, then this game is a good choice.
The browser gamers are often left out of a lot of great games available in the mobile platform, but that’s slowly becoming a myth as more and more devs port their games over to the interwebs via browser game. Although it still has a long way to go and we still lack a lot of the great games, some devs have made it their mission to give us great browser games that can rival the quality of the casual mobile games that we’ve learned to love. Skate Hooligans is such an example with its short but sweet gameplay, its addicting hook with a lot of collectibles, and easy to learn controls that anyone can just pick up and play.
Skate Hooligans is an endless runner that looks, plays, and feels exactly like one of the best endless runners on mobile, Subway Surfer. This time, you play as one of the many skaters in the game. The “story” (if you can even call it that) is that you’re doing graffiti (as all skaters do) and the police are onto you, so you skate your way out of it. The game is played using the keyboard’s arrow keys, with up used for jump, left and right to change lanes, and down to slide under obstacles. The main goal of the game is to get as far as you can without being hit by any obstacle on the road, which include moving cars. Along the way, you’ll be able to pick up coins which can be used to buy a ton of collectibles which include other characters, boards, and some other aesthetic stuff. You’ll also be doing missions, but they’re really simple, like get to a certain distance, or collect a certain amount of coins in a single run. As you finish more missions, more levels will become available.
Skate Hooligans may look like a Subway Surfer clone, but make no mistake. This game is a solid endless runner with great mechanics, graphics, and fair amount of stuff to collect. If you’re looking to scratch that mobile gaming itch while at a place without phones but with a computer, then Skate Hooligans is sure to help you out
Ever wanted to do LSD and get that psychedelic trip that everyone’s been talking about, but can’t really do it because you know it’s, well… illegal? Then how about a little game that gives you a bit of that trip (not entirely, as I’ve heard) so you know how it feels? Welcome to Tunnel Rush! It’s a game that gives you all the colours and speed that makes you feel like it’s the 70’s again, without actually having to do something the cops can jail you for.
Tunnel Rush is a roller coaster simulator that puts you in front of an “imaginary” vehicle going forward through a tunnel filled with obstacles that you’ll need to avoid. Hitting a single obstacle will give you a game over, and you’ll have to start again at the very beginning (no checkpoints). The game mostly plays like an endless runner, too. The main goal of the game is to get as far as you can and beating the highest score you’ve made (or your friends made if you have other people playing). The game is played using just the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard, which is used to drive left or right. You’ll use this to avoid any walls or obstacles as you go forward automatically. Every once in a while, the tunnel inverts itself and instead of driving inside a tunnel, you’ll be driving on a circular tube – which is a pretty neat feature.
Tunnel Rush is as simple as games can get, keep playing and don’t die. The game has great music and visuals, and playing it for an hour without getting tired of it is pretty understandable (as we did as well). If you’re looking for something casual and fun, as well as easy to learn, then Tunnel Rush is a good choice.
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.
Rabbits are one of the cutest animals out there. You’ll always know that one person who’ll have one or more of them as pets. You want to know how you can tell how cute rabbits are? In this game, even rabbits are saving rabbits. That cuteness level is going to be hard to one up.
Sofra is an action platform game that lets you play as a cute little rabbit that can walk on his two hind legs like a regular human. Your goal is to save all the other rabbits that can’t protect themselves from hawks and all other hazards. You’ll be playing the game with the use of your keyboard. The arrow keys will make you move to the respective direction you press. The up button will make you jump. Pressing the down button will make you interact with whatever is directly at your feet (if it’s a cage, it gets opened, if it’s a rabbit, you pick it up). You can, and will have to, pick up multiple rabbits at a time by picking up another one while already holding one or more. You can press the X key to drop all rabbits on your hands at the same time, and press either down or X to pick them all up at once. As you go through the game, multiple threats will start to present themselves along with some puzzles you’ll have to solve. For example, there will be a time when you’re carrying multiple rabbits and will have to make a jump. But carrying a lot of rabbits will make your jump a bit lower and less controlled, so you’ll have to drop a few rabbits before jumping, drop whatever remains from the ones you’re carrying on the other side, get back to pick up the ones you left, then going over and carrying all of them again. More like this will be presented later on with extra challenges, so make sure to stay on your toes.
Sofra is a very great game with a level of cuteness that’ll keep you hooked. The challenge this game suddenly presents is also very good. If you want to play a game that’ll keep you thinking as well as one that’ll test your reflexes, then Sofra is the game for you.
People love vehicles. That doesn’t end in just cars, almost anything with wheels that makes travel faster and easier is something that everyone loves. Bikes, trikes, cars, even wheelchairs! In line with that, welcome to Happy Wheels! Play a game filled with comedy and fun, as well as one that’ll let out any creative juices you may have stirring in your noggin.
Happy Wheels is kind of a driving game with a level editor game inside it. You’re given the choice between a lot of people and each person will have their own unique vehicle, and when we say unique, we mean UNIQUE. The very first character in the list is actually an old guy who’s probably a patient in some random hospital, and his vehicle is an actual wheelchair. Another one is an Asian dad with his some in a bicycle with a child seat on the back. Does that paint an image in your head of how weird this game is going to be? Once you’ve chosen a character, you’ll also be given a choice between a few pre-made levels that you can go through. The best part of the game has to be the level editor though. The pre-made levels are a good way to get ideas on how to make your own, and when you think you’re ready, just make a fun one and share it to your friends so everyone can have fun. You’ll learn all of the controls for the vehicles (which would be the same across all characters) in the game, so don’t worry about learning it. The game actually holds your hand pretty well when it comes to tutorial screens.
If you’re ready to have a lot of fun and a lot of laughs with a little driving game, then you’re in for a treat with Happy Wheels. By the way, the game isn’t for the faint of heart. There’s a lot of blood and gore in this game since it involves death traps, so make sure to play it only if you’re cool with that.
Driving is so much fun that there’s a lot of different genres of games created around it including racing, simulation, open world, and a few more here and there. There’re only a few games though that’ll give you just the thrill of driving around a little sandbox without any consequence. That’s where Scrap Metal 3: Infernal Trap comes in.
Scrap Metal 3: Infernal Trap is a driving simulation game that lets you drive a few different vehicles in an almost literal sandbox with no goals or consequences or whatever, just the fun of driving. The game was created using the Unity engine, and because of this, the game is such a virtual eye candy. The music is lacking though, and the only sound you’ll be hearing the whole game is the sounds your car make. It can get boring very quickly since the game really doesn’t have goals or anything, just lets you drive around. It’s alright though, you’ll forget about doing anything anyway since the visuals and the physics are good and is the actual fun you’ll have. The game controls using the mouse and keyboard. You’ll use the W, A, S, and D keys to steer. The mouse will be used to change any settings in the game, including your current vehicle. You’ll have a few choices when it comes to cars, like SUVs or trucks. By the way, one of the best features of this game is the track editor. This lets you put in any type of available obstacles anywhere you’d like. This gives the game a bit more of replayablity and removes some of the boredom of the blank track – anything that adds instant fun to a game is cool by me.
If you’re looking for a game where there’s no stress of competition, or goals to hinder you from doing what you want, or just something that lets you test drive some vehicles, then you’re in for a treat. Scrap Metal 3: Infernal Trap is just the game for you, and it’d be a waste to not try this game out.
Action games have been very successful in the past few years. Think games like Bayonetta or Nier: Automata, but in this new game, you’re not controlling an all-powerful son of a demon, or a witch with sadistic tendencies, or not even a blindfolded mini-skirted robot. You play as a cute little pig out to save the world from other evil pigs. Welcome to Bacon May Die.
Bacon May Die is a side scrolling action game that lets you play as piggy that has the sword and weapons skills to save the world from all the other pigs wanting to take over it. You’ll be using your arrow keys both to move around and to attack everyone in sight. Pressing or tapping your left or right arrow keys will attack with a single swipe using your equipped weapon (you’ll be able to equip different weapons aside from your default sword later on) or hold the buttons down to shoot in that direction. The down key will let you roll towards wherever you’re facing, giving you a good way to not only move forward but also avoid enemy attacks. The up button will let you jump which is also another means to avoid enemy attacks, but also changes your attack’s properties – some of your attacks while jumping will help you do combos and kill enemies easier. Each pig killed will drop money which you’ll be able to use during intermissions (there’ll be a lot in each level) to buy equipment and clothing for your cute little pig. Every few levels and intervals, you’ll get to see new enemies and they’ll become tougher and tougher, so it’s a good idea to practice fighting while the fights are still easy early on.
Bacon May Die is one of the cutest action games we’ve ever set our eyes upon, and we don’t really easily say that. It’s a good game with a good aesthetic feel, and almost everything feels like it was created with fun in mind. Don’t miss out on this one, it’s one hell of a fun game!
Wars have always been part of our history, and it will continue to be part of it until everyone is satisfied with what they have (which will never happen). Everyone will always want more control. In Epic War 3, that’s exactly what you do. You’ll go through battle over battle to gain more land and more control over everyone and everything.
Epic War 3 is a war simulator with real-time strategy elements and a whole lot of depth, not only because there’s a lot of characters, but also because of the great story and addictive gameplay. You start the game off by choosing between 6 characters, each with their own story and their own specific units to command (you’ll start off with 2 units and one spell, we’ll go on to that later). They all have different reasons, but they all have one goal, and that’s to take over all of the land. Once you’ve chosen your hero/villain, you’ll be taken to a world map with flags on each land that can be taken over. You’ll go against the remaining 5 characters, and each of you will start off with a set number of land – this counts as your lives/tries. You can only take over land that is directly next to your land, so make sure to plan ahead. When you’re on the world map, you’ll also be given time to prepare your troops – to choose between whoever you have available and to level them up as you see fit using the experience you get after every fight. Some fights will give you additional units and spells to help you in your fight to liberate the land. Units and spells can be equipped as long as you have CP. Right now, everything I’ve said may sound a bit complicated, but no need to worry. Although the game is kind of complicated as you start, the game won’t leave you without letting you know what to do in each turn until you master the game.
The game is mostly controlled by your mouse, but in battle, your keyboard is available to use for shortcuts. For example, at the bottom of the screen, you’ll see your units and you can click their portraits to choose them, but you’ll also be able to press the key that’ll display under them to do the same. Spells work the same way, too. You’ll get used to it, and you’ll be the best of the best!
If you’re looking for a game that you‘ll be playing for hours on end without noticing, then Epic War 3 is a great choice. The story, the music, and the feel of the game is just perfect. New Game+ will let you play the game again after finishing it, but with the same number of units you’ve already had on your previous playthrough, adding even more replayability. Give it a go, you won’t regret it.