Entries Tagged as 'Online games'
December 19th, 2007 · 2 Comments
September 23rd, 2007 · No Comments
Desktop Tower Defense is a great game by Paul Preece that we reviewed here previously. Since Preece joined forces with Dave Scott, the creator of Flash Element TD (and Flash Circle TD and Vector TD), they’ve been working on a multiplayer Flash gaming site call The Casual Collective.
The Casual Collective is out of beta and running on an invite-only basis. Once in the system, you can invite others to join your collective. TCC appears to be adding the social element to casual gaming, with groups, collectives, etc.
June 26th, 2007 · No Comments
Desktop TD Gets An Update Paul Preece of Hand Drawn Games has released Desktop Tower Defense 1.5. This update adds ink, snap, and boost towers, morph and dark creeps, and several new modes. The bash tower is improved, the 10K mode is 100 levels, and the UI has picked up some snaz, as has the
June 15th, 2007 · 1 Comment
Critters Does It Again David Scott, a.k.a. Critters, is the author of Flash Element TD and Flash Circle TD has released another online Flash based Tower Defense game. This time it’s called Vector TD. Vector TD The latest Critters game revisits familiar territory. There’s a maze. There are creeps. There are various towers with upgrades.
June 12th, 2007 · 1 Comment
Another Boggle Contender As an addendum to our Play Boggle Online overview of free online Boggle games, we can suggest that if you enjoy these word games, you also take a look at Boggled.org. What’s Good Boggled has an interesting feature that the others do not; it determines how common or uncommon a word is
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May 20th, 2007 · 8 Comments
Where on the web can you play a friendly game of Boggle online? How To Play Boggle The goal of Boggle is for the player to find words in a 4 x 4 grid of letters. In the original Parker Brothers / Hasbro Boggle game, shown at right, the letter grid is created by shaking
May 17th, 2007 · No Comments
Plastic Balls is a swell Flash-based breakout game from Plastic Martians, a.k.a. Matt Folkard. It’s of the circular breakout variety. Folkard is a free-lance Flash designer based in Manchester, England. Game Play If you know how to play Breakout, particularly circular Breakout — where your paddle is in the center and you bounce the ball
March 30th, 2007 · No Comments
Desktop Tower Defense has been upgraded to version 1.2. This version introduces Spawn Creeps, a Bash Tower, new Fun modes, and smarter creep AI. The Spawn Creeps are larger and when destroyed burst into smaller creeps, some of which may end up on the other side of diagonally-connected towers — so be careful. Bash Towers
March 28th, 2007 · No Comments
Bubble Tanks is Flash-based game from Hero Interactive. It is amazingly similar to flOw, a beautiful underwater petri dish game we mentioned last July in our roundup of online games. Bubble Tanks has a marvelous soundtrack and is visually impressive. Though it lags a bit behind flOw graphically, it adds the ability to shoot your
March 27th, 2007 · No Comments
Boomshine is a nice little online Flash game from K2xL. The goal is to catch floating dots in the blooms of other exploding dots through twelve levels. The game features a high score board and is accompanied by a beautiful and repetitive soundtrack. Very addicting in small spurts. Related PostsNo related posts