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Super Orange Tycoon Thing 2 - The Mystery Of The Lemons

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They say there was once a guy who managed to find a way to use "Fruit Alchemy" to create Strawberries out of nowhere, and turn them into delicious Oranges. He also managed to gain enough money from his invention to buy a luxurious manor. After the news of his success spread, more people have started learning the art of Fruit Alchemy, there are even people who claim they can create Lemons, a mysterious fruit of which not much is known. But anyways, you decided it was time to make it big, and used your life earnings to buy a small patch of land and hire one of these "Fruit Alchemists". Hopefully, you have what it takes to be an...

Orange Tycoon

Super Orange Tycoon Thing 2 - The Mystery Of The Lemons, the sequel nobody was waiting for! Top features of this game include:
- All the characters from the first game, plus a few more.
- An advanced upgrade system (For KnP standards, at least).
- Cookie Clicker-like hiring system.
- Too many fruits 7.8/10.
- 10 to 15 minutes worth of gameplay on a single frame.
Mouse used to control everything. You can press F1 for instructions on how to play. But for the proper experience i recommend you figure things out yourself as they appear.

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do your nails in the dark

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in this thrilling sequel to put on your make-up in the dark, you are challenged to paint your finger and toe nails - in the dark! features ten dazzling colors and an automatic screenshot function - your most recent creation will automatically be saved as MOST_RECENT_DISASTER.PNG.

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anna anthropy
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FORBIDDEN BACKSPACE

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a sequel to FORBIDDEN SPACE, possibly more interesting than the original. in this exciting second chapter of the two-part trilogy, you have been exiled FROM your home planet. instead of avoiding the spacebar, you must eschew the BACKSPACE KEY.

as with the first game, it'll run in a small window which you should tuck off to the side of your screen (DON'T minimize it!) and go about your normal business. just DON'T hit that backspace key!

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anna anthropy & liz ryerson
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Pest Control 360°

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A followup to my Batari Basic game Pest Control in Space. This time there's more bees, and the action is in 360 degrees! (Oops I rhymed)

Move the mouse left and right to move your ship along the perimeter. Hold the mouse button to fire. Destroy the hive and any remaining bees to progress to the next level. Hitting a bee with your ship will kill you. As you progress, the hive becomes larger, the bees spawn more frequently, and they descend more rapidly!

Important:
Press C to insert a credit, and S to start the game.

Also, if you stay on the title you can watch a little demonstration.

Update: Made a couple fixes. Redownload if you've already downloaded.

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Pixel Perfect Gaiden

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Ostensibly based on Pixel Perfect, but inspired more by Pixel Perfect 3.5: Fan Mix.

Features TWO whole endings! And HTML5 version, OMG!

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Sergio Cornaga
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Bulb Boy Infinity

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With literally 4 minutes left of GDC Play, here it is, my 25th and (I think) last submission to the Pirate Kart.

This is a sequel to my previous game, The Adventures of Bulb Boy, and this game might make more immediate sense if you've played that one. Instead of clearing levels, in this one, you're killing as many enemies as you can before you die yourself.

ARROWS: Move
X: Jump
Z: Raise wand to attract electricy
C: Switch on and off coils

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John D. Moore
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Barbara Kwest 2012

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For the weekend of Pirate Kart V I set out to make a sequel to Barbara Kwest with Barbara herself. I wound up doing most of the work, but she contributed a number of the hiding places.

In recent years, Barbara has moved onto playing hidden object games more than adventure games, so that's the genre this time. I'm a little dismayed by the change, but she found herself needing to resort to walkthroughs more and more to play the increasingly obscure adventure games I was digging up... since she's happy with the change I guess I should just be happy too.

Compiled in TGF, so it's playable on 64-bit Windows!

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Sergio Cornaga & Barbara Hill
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maves bocan teches tipeng 2

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Learn to spell *real words* while getting rained on by *bullets*.

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Passage 9: Let's Learn About The Digestive System!

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Another hit in the seminal "Passage" series of games, Passage 9 uses the patented "Meaning Through Play" method to teach you all about what's going on inside your body!

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