Insert Coin to Play

January 17th, 2007 by dru

Bored? Need something to entertain you for a while? Well, I made a short list of some awesome flash games (with stars for added blogging equity)! They’re all fun and simple to play but beat my high score and we can’t be friends anymore.

NEO GEO Bowling
I used to waste quarters on this at the bowling alley when I was a kid (how ironic). This is an exact converstion of that game and it’s still tons of fun for me. Brings back a lot of fond memories of me owning my friends.

Tower Defense
The aim of the game is to kill the creeps before they reach the end of the maze, do this by building attacking towers on the grass around the maze. Yep, there’s some strategy involved.

Line Rider
This is more of a toy than a game but it’s extremly creative and creative, simple games are usually the most enteraining. Using your imagination is always fun.

The purpose of this game is to let the little yellow dwarf out of a center cage. The master of this house will come back at 7pm. Time is your weapon.

Sesam Katapult
Catipult a little Norwegian guy as far as you can. I’m sure there is pleanty lost in translation in this game but it doesn’t make it any less fun so have at it.

Sushi Samurai
This is a copy of the old arcade game Burger Time except instead of making burgers you’re making sushi! Delicious, delicious sushi!

Another simple game that is really well executed. It’s similar to Missle Command if you’ve ever played that. I hope someday to be involved in a project like this.

Entry Filed under: General Ranting, That's Hot

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Nik  |  January 19th, 2007 at 7:35 pm

    Hey dude,

    You wanna go to Tokyo with me this year and visit the future?

    Maybe we can find Tommy and start planning the Oba-Q…I found this …maybe it can help us…

  • 2. dru  |  January 23rd, 2007 at 11:14 am

    Why don’t we visit the past in historic Amish Nappanee, Indiana?

  • 3. Nik  |  January 24th, 2007 at 2:19 pm

    Only if we can “relive the simple pleasures of yesteryear by bringing the entire family together to enjoy Threshers Dinner served family style in the century old barn restaurant.” I now have an incredible hankering for Amish potroast.

    Well, I am going to be back in Columbus the beginning of March…so we could either go here…or go drink some beers.

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