Link Dump Friday N° 365


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DoraEverything is cute in this week's Link Dump Friday! The monkeys pelting you with trash. The hole you're excavating through the Earth. The backstabbing. Even the unintentionally comedic deaths of your coworkers as you try to lead them to safety! Aren't games wonderful?

  • Dig to ChinaDig to China - Hi-ho, hi-ho, it's off to China I go, with no passport but a big pickaxe hi-ho, hi-ho! Octopodo sends you on an arcade-y journey through the center of the Earth as you try to dig as far as you can each round before the time runs out, spending any gems and minerals you nabbing on upgrades. It sounds like a time-consuming way to travel, but I guess it's better than having naked pictures taken of yourself at the airport.
  • I Eat BananasI Eat Bananas - This simple arcade game must be a metaphor for something, right? Like the beanstalk is, um, life, and the bananas are... are... promotions! But, like, the big mean monkeys up top throwing junk to knock you down are... "The Man", always keeping you down, and so you always have to keep struggling up against society!... or maybe monkeys just really like to eat bananas.
  • RescuenatorRescuenator - gametornado's physics puzzle puts the hilarity into rescue work, although that might just be because I'm a terrible person and I laughed like a hyena the first time I dropped someone down an elevator shaft with a shocked, garbled cry. Click to manipulate the environment and make safe paths for your hapless victims to make it to the ambulance, but beware... danger is everywhere, and hilarious.
  • Don't See MeDon't See Me - ABA Games wants you to face your enemies!... unless, you know, they can actually see you. Then you run and hide like a little coward. In this arcade game, you can only take down an enemy when their back is to you, so you'll have to sneak around and avoid their line of sight. Throw in a trippy, psychedelic retro style and you have one weirdly addictive little game that will have you cheerfully backstabbing your way to a high score.

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I don't like level 14 of Rescuenator. It can be hard to tell which section the missiles are going to come down in, and therefore which shield you should use. And why is there this missile launcher randomly trying to blow up a bunch of construction workers anyway?

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bdr198524 Author Profile Page March 28, 2014 7:30 PM

Level 14 is not too hard, you just have to pay attention to how high the rocket goes. If it goes above the flash window view area, it's going down on the left side. If it goes high but not out of view, it will come down in the middle. As for the right side, IME most of the rockets shot there come down at the very leftmost edge of that area, so just stick the shield there at the beginning and you'll be free to concentrate on the left and middle.

Now, level 15 on the other hand... how am I rescuing these police officers by sending them into what looks like a basement door? For that matter, why does there just so happen to be an alien ship and worms all of a sudden?

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After I beat Dig to China, I kept playing and eventually managed to mount a pack mole just before breaching the surface. I had to use dynamite to get the mole to fall down where I needed him, but it was worth the effort. I rode that thing back and forth across the empty sky while rapidly falling up. Unfortunately, this did result in a glitch that prevented the upgrade/dig again screen from coming up.

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Canimia Author Profile Page April 1, 2014 1:15 AM

When I got a mole to China, it exploded as soon as we hit open air. I thought it was pretty awesome. XD Love Dig to China, great, simple game.

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