“Grow Cinderella” is a Flash-based title produced by Eyezmaze.com and part of the “Grow” series of games. The premise of Grow Cinderella seems to be clicking objects in order to give Cinderella an outfit stylish enough to attract Prince Charming.
Category Archives: Action Games
Flip Diving enables you to experience the extreme cliff diving and gives you control of a cliff diver. Your objective in this cool sport game is to make successful dives to earn points and coins. Controls are extremely simple: click once to begin your dive, and then again while your diver is in midair to tuck. You don’t have much control over what angle your diver launches at — he sways back and forth while you’re holding down the button, and launches when you let go.
Happy Wheels is one of the rare games that can use simple mechanics without getting boring or repetitive. The game offers a map, basic steering and acceleration, and ragdoll physics, then tells players to go have fun with them. At its core, the game is a simple sidescroller, but getting through the map in one piece isn’t really the point. Continue reading
Drunken Boxers is a different type of fighting game. Instead of the typical athletes who try to box against each other, there are two people who appear as though they have been drinking a little too much who enter the ring. You can choose either a one-player or a two-player game. It’s best to select a two-player event so that you aren’t fighting against the computer. Continue reading
“Soldiers Inc” is a free-to-play Massively Multiplayer Online Strategy Game made by Plarium that recalls both the addictive daily-play rewards of Clash of Clans (including exclusive rewards for consecutive days of play!) and the real-time strategy and building of games like StarCraft. You are immediately placed in command of a private military organization working, for good or ill, in arid and hostile Zandia. The mysterious Mr. Black is your supervisor and main “friendly” contact throughout the game though one begins to realize that all things may not be quite as they appear. Continue reading
In a world where more simplistic gaming websites like Silvergames are being widely overlooked due to the influx of more popular console games, there exists a sort of whimsical aspect to the world of gaming online. Sites like Silvergames give independent game designers a chance to show off their skills while also giving those who still appreciate the aspect of user created content the opportunity to get a unique gaming experience. Continue reading
“Dead Samurai” is a fighting game with a silly, hyper-violent theme and somewhat confusing controls. The graphics in the game appear to be intentionally flat and two-dimensional. Everything is just a solid shape with a gradient applied to the surface to give the illusion of shading. The character designs are a little uninspired with people just wielding big weapons while wearing relatively average clothes most of the time. The sound effects match what is happening on the screen. This includes some atmospheric sound effects for things like creaking trees and rain. Continue reading
“Lazer Drive” is like Slither.io a fast-paced online multiplayer game that involves moving across a board, avoiding obstacles and achieving the best score possible by killing your enemies. The graphics in the game are very basic and vector-based. Every character is just a dot with a trailing line of a certain color. The background board is a dark blue grid and nothing more. There are no sound effects making some actions like killing an enemy anticlimactic. A good thing is that there are very few distractions or pieces of text in the play window. Continue reading
I played Kogama: Escape from Prison for a collective time of 30 minutes maximum. My conclusion is that this game needs a lot of work, but could have some serious potential. Only after an LOT of work has been completed with it, though. The textures need revamping, they are to different and do not allow for a uniformed feel. This makes the game look awkward. Poke-a-dots next to hardwood? Continue reading