I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.
Let's bring it on like Donkey Kong
A fantasy adventure where you become a valiant monkey, on a quest to rescue your bananas from the clutches of evil. You control the actions of a daring adventurer, finding his way through the jungle which is enchanted with treacherous monsters and obstacles. Lead on, adventurer. Your quest awaits!
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Yeah, I know, "Bad Games" sounds a bit harsh.
However, a new German game mag with a focus on features, essays etc. (think "Kill Screen" with a Prussian touch) is about to launch early next year. To find some sort of common focus, a topic was chosen that all writers should address - and it's just this: "Bad Games".
So, basically, I had two ideas:
The first one that came imidiately to my mind: do an interview with the humble madman who created "The Last Eichhof" back in the day, a much beloved game that is also prominently featured on your site.
Secondly, I'd like to give that whole negative "bad game"-thing a more positive spin and talk about the love for those games - obviously, this site is the first place that came to my mind. (I know about it via Jesper Juul's discussion of "para-gaming", which is what this whole endeavour could be labelled, if you like your words in an accademic flavour.)
So, what I wanted to know is the following:
Are the people who created this place still active? If so, would they be willing to maybe give some thoughts about the topic?
Or is there somebody else who would like to talk about his/her love for those glorious trainwrecks?
It would be my pleasure.
Chris aka Oozo
The evil Chocolate Sandwiches has took over your cheese sandwiches factory!
It is up to you to save the factory from the evil chocolate sandwiches!
On each level, collect all the cheese sandwiches to progress further levels!
Match 3 or more candies in a row to clear them from the board.
Click and drag the mouse to swap candies.
Each level has a goal.
Watch the time limit!
(Thanks to Sergio Cornaga, mno, Brian Smith, Jack de Quidt, XenosNS for testing.)
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Are you ready to play the most EXTREME VERSION of a FALLING BLOCK GAME since WELLTRIS(r)???
OF COURSE NOT! YOU CAN'T HANDLE IT!! STUNTRIS!! AUUUUUGH!!
Do tricks to get MAD POINTS! Don't bother making lines! LINES ARE FOR PUSSIES! EXTREEEEME!!!!
Hi all, pleased to meet you all,
I have just purchased a vtech innotab for my grandson and on looking on vtech's learning lodge, where you have to buy the games etc for £2.99 each, I noticed that they have not realy got a lot of choice to down load. is there a way to hack the opperating system so you could maybe use games etc from the android system.
Just a thought
A silly turnbased game about finding buried treasure. Use your mouse to play and beware of dragons!
Hint: Pressing 'space' restarts a level.
Thx again to Sagal for the music!