Welcome back to your Friday, gentle reader, and I hope this week was kind to you. I present to you a smattering of games fresh from the slightly seedy brasserie that is the internet. We've got aliens, suns, zombies, and everything else you need for a well-rounded weekend except for food, shelter, sanitation devices, and social interaction. Go forth and conquer!
- SunnyBoom - Are you physics/puzzle'd out yet? T-O-O-B-A-D. The sun needs you to drop him into the abyss, and he needs it right now. Manipulate the environment to send the sun rolling off the screen so that night can fall, and I can get around to doing what I always do under the cool, sheltering cover of darkness. Speaking of which, I think it's very rude that you've been closing your blinds at night lately... some people have work to do!
- Morplee - Completing a random series of mildly mystifying minigames is all you need to save Morplee's planet from destruction. Just as long as you do it within sixty seconds. And keep an eye on your health. And cheat. You will experience the conflicting emotions of d'awwww and rrrrrrrrrrrage since it's definitely going to take a lot of trial-and-error to finish this one. Fellow wordsmith Mike informs me it is "Like WarioWare, except you also have to shoot aliens." However, never having played WarioWare, I'm just going to assume he's a dirty rotten liar, like always. Dem's da breaks, Mike.
- Max Damage 2 - There are two reasons why I don't plan on spawning children; one is that I don't like to share my toys, and the other is illustrated in physics puzzles like this one, where the goal is to cause the most damage possible to your environment. If you didn't get enough of Max the first time, well, here's another fifty levels and some special new weapons to fuel your destruction with.
- ZOM-TV! - I would argue that these days almost all television could be dubbed zombie television (especially "reality" television), but sadly most shows these days are disappointingly bereft of giant cannons that you then man via the set itself to destroy incoming hordes. There's something very charming about the whole presentation here, to say nothing of my contractual obligation to love anything undead related, but after you've played it for about fifteen minutes, you've seen it all. Again... kind of like reality tv.
- Madara-Kinoko - Every now and then I like to tempt her wrath and step on grinnyp's toes by stealing a leaf from Weekday Escape and letting you guys point-and-click your way to freedom. Thus we have this lovely escape title about finding your way out of a tranquil urban garden of some sort. Use your brain to make your getaway, and if you see grinnyp, you can tell her she doesn't scare me!... just... don't tell her where I am or anything. Okay?