Happy 4th of July!


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To celebrate the holiday today I'm posting this image sent to me with a note from a recent visitor of this site:

I found your website at some point recently. It is great. I know you hear that alot, but still. Anyway, here is a Lite Brite pic I did of Lilo from Asylum. It is not my best work, but it is on a virtual Lite-Brite for gosh shakes. Thanks for posting so many fun and interesting games in one place. Your site has made my work week fly by (and I work seven twelve hour shifts in a row).

Thanks again,

Preston

The image was created with DHTML Lite Brite that I reviewed here last year, and it still remains a popular destination for Web browser creativity and fun.

Lilo is a character from The Asylum, a captivating Flash game about three (3) abused cuddly toys in which you decide on various therapies to correct their mental illness. Along the way you are rewarded with exceptionally well-made animated cut scenes that tell the story of each adorable, and yet troubled, character: Lilo, Crocko, and Dolly.

If you have never enjoyed either of these two excellent casual games, do yourself a favor today. =)

And thanks so much for that, Preston. I never tire of hearing what visitors think of the site. Positive comments motivate and inspire me to continue, and negative constructive comments provide me with valuable feedback regarding what I may need to change.

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this truly is a great site.
HAPPY 4TH OF JULY!!

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I just read this post and wanted to comment. I've been a lurker for a long time, and slightly before then fell in love with flash games. I stopped looking for them, though, because of all the junk that came with them on the less credible sites. But, then I found your site, and have been happily wasting time between classes and when I should be cleaning my house!
Thanks!

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Thanks Kat and Robi! =)

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i'm from denmark and i just stumbled over this side for a few months ago, and i've told my classmates, and sometimes we meet in the evening and play some of the games on this side.
we're all agreeing that this is a great site!
thank you!

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