Very odd and short: Transform.
In response to Paul’s recent comment asking where I went, I think I overslept by a few months.
Here, play this excellent interpretation of The Great Gatsby via an NES.
Twirdie‘s a golf game that uses current Twitter posts as your club. You need to be somewhat up on what people would be talking about. Me, not so much.
If you like the adventure game series “Kings Quest”, you will most likely be into The Silver Lining. A fan-made sequel to the defunct series that has the approval of the original creator and even the license holder (Activision, after they delayed it a bit).
Canabalt‘s controls are easy, just run.
10,000 years after this robot-filled city shut down, it’s up to you to bring it back to life. Little Wheel‘s an excellent point and click adventure should that be your thing.
not all that great a game (anyone have a better one?), but funny nonetheless
Play some Atari 2600 games online and relieve your youth. Ok, my youth. Now I feel old.
A zombie killing mouse sounds like a normal fit for a game.
This game used light in a great way: Closure.
Kayak King (get it? ha!) is my newest drive-me-crazy-but-I-will-finish obsession. Navigate your kayak through the goals while fighting the current.
Get four in a row by moving colors around quickly before they get blocked in: Jewel Lines.
A Christmas adventure: Gutano in Christmas.
Hit the boxes with the proper cannonball: Contrast Cannon.
Aether is an imaginative puzzle game. Well done, good music and an overall neat idea. Swing through the galaxy and discover new planets with different goals.
Crunch is a game that requires basic math. It also has quite possibly the best background music ever.
Apparently I drink too much coffee, because my hand is just not steady enough to succeed at Dodge Bubbles.
Another game in a great series: Bloons Tower Defense 3.
Drag all 50 states into their correct locations.
Can you guess the accent? My terrible score of 28 says that I myself can not.