As I worked in an office for two years, I'm more than aware of the brain-numbing boredom that comes with a desk and a cubicle. Late afternoon usually brings on idle thoughts of leaping out the window or the desperation of reading LiveJournal at length. Thanks to CNet UK however, you may be able to fight the pain with some of the most addictive flash games of all time.
I'm not surprised to see Bejeweled riding atop the list, but I have to admit to being unfamiliar with the rest. The Last Stand provides some solid zombie-killin action, while Chingam looks to be a game of avoiding someone pooping on your face from above. No, really. Go see.
Somehow my personal favorite, Dynomite, didn't make it on here. I can hardly imagine how as I have spent ridiculous amounts of time pounding the screen because of that game, but each to his own, I suppose.
[Via Wired - Thanks Adam!]
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