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DoraGuess what day today is? *dancing* It's Friiiiiiiiiiday, it's Friiiiiiiiiiiday! And you know what that means? Tomorrow is Saaaaaturday, it'll be Saaaaaturday! And then it'll be Suuuuuuunday, which is almost Mooooooonday!... wait, no. No! That's not right at all! Monday is nothing to dance about! The weekend is all too fleeting, so take some games to get into the swing of it and cherish it while it's here!

... we don't see you cherishing. Cherish harder!

  • Mr T Versus the Sushi TankMr. T Versus the Sushi Tank - You: Mr T, hero to all, bearer of bling and mohawks. Sushi Tank: evil oppressor of truth, justice, and cheeseburgers. Naturally, these two titans cannot coexist! Move the T-Mobile with the [arrow] keys and fire with the [space] bar. Don't forget to drink your milk!
  • Save Our CitySave Our City - They didn't listen to us! They called us mad! Mad! They said the teddy bears weren't a threat, that mounting a massive cannon in the middle of the city was silly! Well who's laughing now? Huh? Bet you wish you could aim with your mouse and click to fire the cannon against waves of bombs and the teddy-bear invasion, don't you?! Who's laughing now! Hahahahahaha!... oh, time for our medication already?
  • QueensQueens - And now, a cheerful little tale about a beautiful Queen in a far-off kingdom, shoved down into a pit by her silent husband and forced to run a short but deadly gauntlet of traps and unreasonable platforming sequences. Disney passed on this one. Can't imagine why. It would have had some great songs, don't you think?
  • Cyber Recession Warrior: EdgarCyber Recession Warrior: Edgar - If you're a fan of pepper mills and online RPGs, you're familiar with grinding. Aside from having a title that is one extra adjective away from being a magical princess anime ("Super" or "Pretty"), this game also offers you a big heapin' helpin' of grinding mayhem in a cyber setting. Now strap on your cybernetic implants and get out there and hunt us up some mad loots. (And it better be MAD loots, too. We'll know if it isn't.)
  • FNGRZ of FURYFngrz of Fury - If you are one of those people for whom "chat speak" inspires less of a "lawl" and more of a seething resentment, you might want to pass this game by. Which is a shame, because you can use your text-fu to incapacitate a Kung-Fu Cow so that it sprays milk everywhere in slow-mo, Bruce Lee style. File this one under Things That Make You Go "Huh".

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I found Queens to be quite enjoyable for as short as it was. Quick tip: If you're having trouble getting Save Our City to load you'll have to disable Adblock.

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I really enjoyed the realisation of each queen being different on each attempt and the realisation that the 'king' (or whoever it is that pushes you down the pit) is an utterly dysfunctional psycopath who simply can't handle relationships.

After about 12 attempts I was up to Queen Gemma and was damned well determined to show him a thing or two.

Very simple and enjoyable and I also chased the url to http://noonat.phuce.com/ and found some lovely artwork and other stuff too.

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Tobberian July 10, 2009 8:12 AM

Don't try to:

pass the stompers,(4th screen)destroy them instead.
Use the stairs on the previous screen (the small ledges on left wall up).
Also there's no end screen, you just get out by the flower.

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Tobberian July 10, 2009 8:14 AM

Ops, the above spoiler is for Queens.

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Steakhouse July 10, 2009 9:12 AM

After having played MoneySeize for the last few days, Queens was far too easy. :(
Nevertheless,

wiping the smug grin off the King's face was satisfying (I know you don't actually see the smug grin but I picture him to have one)

.

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Anonymous July 10, 2009 9:40 AM

Regarding Fngrz of Fury: Fun game, but don't play if you haven't got a keyboard with a proper apostrophe on it. I'm typing on a German laptop, so whilst I can type ', the game doesn't recognize it as such, and thus ends very quickly and that's OMG so stoopid *gr*. I was having fun, y'know.

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Cyber Recession's not bad. The font is eye-melting, and there's some shenanigans with controlling the camera... how to toggle it between auto-focus and manual? Nice dimensionality to the tedious rpg format.

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Azrael H July 10, 2009 11:37 AM

No idea how to get past the first screen in "Queens"..

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Azrael H July 10, 2009 11:42 AM

Nevermind. POP

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Azrael H July 10, 2009 12:01 PM

fngrz of fury IS fun, but the hamster is too tough for me ;)

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Splurgy July 10, 2009 1:47 PM

Finishing Queens yields a wonderful sense of fulfilment, even though it's ultimately not that tricky.

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Fngrz of Fury:
Huh?
Still beat it, though.
Fun.

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Fngrz of Fury was funny! I specially liked the animations of combat!! :D

Queens had a good idea.. the different queens, each time you die, is a great idea. The 'domestic violence' theme was approached very subtle and nicely. But the game itself is a pain, but a short pain, at least.

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Comparatively, screens 1+2 are extremely difficult compared to scenes 3+4 which is basically a small matter of realising there is rock which needs to be pushed down and into the mechanism.

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Asrael, you have to:

Very quickly run and jump across the gap and then run across that platform, jump again, and stop at the very edge of the next platform.

As I said in my other post, these two screens are difficult but the difficulty ends on the third screen.

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How do you beat the giant sushi cart? As far as I could tell my missiles did nothing...

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Cyber warrior is addicting- fngrz is easy.

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I loved Fngrz of Fury! I just wish it could have been longer :P

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Flash games are amazing... there's nothing better than playing them at school when you're supposed to be doing work... great site you have here by the way..... Will definitely check back here for updates on games...

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I finally managed to get past the first screen of Queens but then I got killed at the start of the second...not going to try it again from the start, waste of time!!

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Pensfan728 July 10, 2009 4:19 PM

Queens took me far too long. The second screen was really hard for me, for some reason. Does anyone else wonder where they got all the queen names?

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Cyber Recession Warrior: Edgar reminds me of my days playing Shadowrun, back in it's paper & dice format. That said, after 4 (maybe 5) days of work, my vagrant character is up to level 21.

If you're having a tough time getting through levels, make use of the spider nests, as they'll continually pump out spiders until you destroy them.

CRW:E could use a few extra features: a bigger backpack and/or a way to drop loot in a level, a few more talents (the last talent I saw was for level 25+), and a lil' more variety in enemies.

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Coldfrog July 10, 2009 4:55 PM

CAN you get past the final screen the hard way? I've been trying wondering if there's a different ending maybe.

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Anonymous July 10, 2009 5:10 PM

love the Final Fantasy VII music at the end of Mr.T v Sushi :D

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kongregate no longer loads games for me

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V2Blast July 11, 2009 5:19 AM

SHA: It might be a problem with Adblock (if you use it).

Mr. T Versus the Sushi Tank was... interesting. And a bit repetitive. I stopped after I died the first time to the tank thing.

Save Our City was a bit hard because of the limited range of the cannon.

Queens was technically short because of the fact that it was, as the page states up front, only 4 screens long, but they posed something of a challenge.

(Particularly the second screen. Timing the jumps was annoying...)

I liked the name generator for the queens, though.

Cyber Recession Warrior: Edgar tossed in too many different elements at the beginning for me to care too much. I stopped playing after about five minutes.

Fngrz of Fury was short, but fun enough. Pretty easy. Less "chat speak" than I expected, though... It didn't recognize some of the times I hit the spacebar, which was a little annoying.

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V2Blast: The cannon in Save Our City doesn't have limited range. Your shells explode wherever you click the mouse. If you want to hit something further away, just move the cursor higher on the screen.

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Save Our City needs a pause option.

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Alas, Cyber Recession Warrior has stopped saving my progress when it says it is. I have no options different anywhere, yet it's bumping me back to this arbitrary save point after browser/computer restart.

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Ahh they must have just recently changed the way they load the games so it is integrated in a way my adblock blocks it and therefore the game does not load. thanks. I will not turn it completely off just to play a game; I unblocked part of it and it worked, thanks again.

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Save our city was nice. I don't know what the explosions at the click position add to the gameplay, though. I just try to click the furthest possible, to increase the odds of hitting something, anyway.

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In cyber recession, are the vector training levels all you ever encounter?

Funny about the classes. I found that even though the researcher is labeled "hard" he's actually better than the cyborg. Not only can Researcher self-heal, he can sabotage enemies by hacking them. Haven't tried the third class, yet.

Oh, and those little clone-bots? Hate 'em!

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