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11:00 PM on 02.11.2014

Flappy Jam, a collection of almost unplayable games

The latest game dev jam is Flappy Jam, which sees indie developers getting together in an effort to show support for each other in the game development community. "Envy and teasing should not belong to our community," the web...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

10:00 AM on 02.10.2014

Play HTML5 games on the Wii U through PlayBoxie

While it's been operating on a few other platforms for a while now, the online portal PlayBoxie is now compatible with Nintendo's Wii U. Basically all you do is visit PlayBoxie on an Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, or PC, and you're go...

Chris Carter

6:30 PM on 02.07.2014

You can play Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla right now

Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla. Give yourself a few seconds for that to sink in. He is a gorilla, who has been cybernetically altered to have chainsaws for arms and a pogo stick in place of his legs. If that is not the most aw...

Darren Nakamura

12:00 PM on 01.24.2014

Indie developer claims King cloned its game

Not that people who have been following the news about Candy Crush Saga maker King trademarking "Candy" and causing issues over The Banner Saga's use of the word "Saga" in its title need any more fuel for the fire, but here g...

Jordan Devore

3:00 AM on 01.21.2014

Catlateral Damage getting stealth destruction and more

Catlateral Damage has you play a cat who wants to make an enormous mess. That's catliterally it. Still, this first person wreck 'em up is super fun and freely playable in-browser in its alpha state. Eurogamer cat up with Cat...

Steven Hansen



Play this: Dojo of Death photo
Play this: Dojo of Death
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

Dojo of Death is a super addictive little browser game over on Kongregate. You are a ninja, and you must kill other ninjas with the simple click of your mouse button. Just aim, click, and slash away.

The entire thing takes place in one room, and two enemy types spawn as you go on your slicing rampage. Enjoy!

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4:30 PM on 01.13.2014

Wreck your owner's room in Catlateral Damage

Feel like trashing a room whilst remaining totally innocent? Then Catlateral Damage is for you. It's a simple game that puts you in control of a cat who has to traverse its owner's room, knocking over as many personal items ...

Alasdair Duncan

9:00 PM on 01.10.2014

Quake Live has finally left the browser

Gosh, Quake Live brings me back. Bethesda has announced that the standalone client for this free-to-play, browser-based game is out now on PC. Existing players will need to download a launcher which will update their installa...

Jordan Devore

11:00 AM on 01.08.2014

Play Winnose, reunite a moai statue with his other half

Adult Swim always seems to publish games that have really strange setups, but are backed by solid gameplay mechanics and can easily eat up an afternoon or possibly even a work day. Winnose, developed by Todd Luke, appea...

Darren Nakamura

12:00 PM on 01.07.2014

Onimusha Soul coming to the PS3 in Japan

Hey, remember when Capcom announced a brand new Onimusha game called "Soul" and it ended up being a browser-based RPG? Yeah, that sucked. Well apparently Famitsu has revealed that the game is coming to the PlayStati...

Chris Carter

5:00 PM on 12.28.2013

New Breath of Fire 6 screens show a sliver of promise

I like to be mister optimism when it comes to games...even games that are slated for mobile and browser based platforms. But I've had an extremely hard time believing that the sixth entry in the Breath of Fire series is going...

Wesley Ruscher

1:45 PM on 12.19.2013

Evil Genius is back on Facebook of all places

I love me some Evil Genius. Enough that I'm willing to try Evil Genius Online, which is Rebellion's free-to-play approximation of the classic base-building game. It's playable now in open beta on Facebook and while it's got t...

Jordan Devore



McPixel developer's new web game is pure chaos photo
McPixel developer's new web game is pure chaos
by Jordan Devore

"Your car is falling apart in the middle of the night in the middle of a highway. Make sure not to die. This is important. Control the car using hand."

This is Night Rider Turbo, the chaotic new game from McPixel creator Sos Sosowski. It's his contribution to the Charity Game Jam and it's worth a few minutes of your time, or possibly many, many more minutes depending on how determined you are to compete on the leaderboards. Some maniac managed to drive for 36.853 KM!

The slightest twitch of your hand usually results in a component of your car being ripped off, and that's when the insanity begins. Night Rider Turbo can be grasped quickly given its simple premise, but that's not to say it's easy. Quite the opposite. This represents everything I love about browser-based games, and the soundtrack is excellent (hit the radio to cycle the songs).

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Google celebrates 50 years of Doctor Who with a mini-game photo
Google celebrates 50 years of Doctor Who with a mini-game
by Joshua Derocher

Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, and Google is celebrating with an awesome little game. I suggest that you just go check it out, without reading my description of it.

If you must know what it is without clicking on it for yourself, it's an adorable set of puzzles staring Doctor Who. You get to pick any Doctor you want, and then you guide him on a pixellated adventure to find all six letters from the word "Google". The puzzles will have you timing your moves around Weeping Angels, Daleks, and Cybermen. If you mess up and die, you'll come back as the next regeneration of The Doctor.

If the doodle isn't available in your timezone yet, or if you aren't reading this on Friday, this link will take you right to the doodle's archive page.

Please fight in the comments about who is the best Doctor. Hint: Tom Baker is the best.

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10:45 AM on 11.19.2013

Need something to do? Play Leaf Me Alone

The Ludum Dare game jam series has been going on for a while now, with its 28th iteration coming up next month. Ludum Dare 26's theme was "minimalism," and one of the titles to come out of that event was Leaf Me Alone, a 2D e...

Darren Nakamura

5:45 PM on 11.12.2013

Bubsy goes to a museum and then to Hell in this tribute

Developer Arcane Kids wanted to do something, uh, nice (?) for Bubsy's 18th birthday. So, it brought Bubs back in this low polygon, free, 3D browser game, Bubsy 3D: Bubsy Visits the James Turrell Retrospective. It starts off...

Steven Hansen