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Sarien.net Take a handful of classic Sierra On-line graphical adventure games, throw in a community chatroom designed around the same concept, and suddenly you have the equivalent of a retro adventure MMO. Well, sort of. Sarien.net keeps the golden age of adventure games alive, right in your browser window!


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Categories: free, indiegames, interview, linux, mac, news, rating-g, videocast, website, windows

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A big warm shout-out to the folks over at Indie Superstar, a Web-based indie videocast all about indie games and the studios that create them, including in-person interviews with developers. Jayisgames is prominently featured in their latest episode, number 4, so be sure to pay them a visit and check it out!


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GameTrove is an online portal for independent and casual computer games. It pulls together screenshots, demos, game summaries and more into one easy to use site. Scroll through the pages and see what catches your eye, or sort the games by genre, platform, price, popularity and more. The site functions much like digg and allows you to rate and comment on games that developers have added to the database.


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Categories: browser, collection, flash, free, linux, mac, original, rating-r, website, windows

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RRRRThats5Rs You'll either love or hate the following Flash diversions from the fresh-faced wiseacres at RRRRThats5Rs. Accurately describing their creations as "frustrating games," RRRR often attempts to upend expectations of what a game should be, and even draw attention to the absurdity that can result from goal-based gameplay taken to extremes.


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Categories: browser, free, linux, mac, website, webtoy, windows

Net Disaster Net Disaster lets you take your anger out on your favorite—or not so favorite—website. Just enter any URL and select whether you want to drop bombs, send aliens from Mars, bring back the dinosaurs, cast a flood, fry eggs, or spill coffee on it. Then choose the disaster options. Good fun and and a great frustration reliever.


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And I cannot mention any other games site without also mentioning the excellent work done this past year in Germany over at Flash Gamez. The site was created by well-known blogger Stephan Mosel, "Moe", and the site is maintained primarily by Stefan Burow. Together they have posted over 520 Web games at an average of 1.4 games per day. On January 22...


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The Games List Rick over at Bloc Media, builders of Web games and awesomely interactive Flash Web sites, has been compiling a games list of some of the best games available on the Web. Although similar to what I have been doing, the difference is that his interface is really exceptional. It's one that I wish I had come up with first, as it will be difficult to co...


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IGN DS has up today an article about Zoo Keeper DS, announcing that it will be released for the Nintendo DS within the official "launch window" for North America. What that means is the game will be available sometime in December. If you are wondering why I may be interested in Zoo Keeper, besides the fact that I am waiting patiently for my preord...


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RIT's own, Professor Andy Phelps, was Slashdotted yesterday after a recent post on his Got Game blog over at Corante. In his article—posted almost 2 weeks ago—Andy suggested the game industry promote innovation and new ideas by including “B-side” games along with the major titles on their release DVDs. These B-sides co...


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Grumpy Gamer Ron Gilbert has started a series of Flash comics poking fun at the Games industry on his Grumpy Gamer site. Co-produced with creative partner Clayton Kauzlaric, they're now up to #4 in the series. The comic is short and sassy, irreverent and funny. In fact, Grumpy Gamer “the comic” has got to be more fun than playing Bladehunt: De...


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Tea Games David Thorburn is a British freelance designer with several years of game development experience behind him, and he has successfully applied that knowledge to the Flash environment and designed several low-bandwidth games with impressive 3D perspective. Featured on his personal website TeaGames.com, David delivers a bit of elegance in his takes on ...


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VirtualApple is a website that boasts over 1100 disk images of Apple II, IIe, and IIgs games and other software. Through the use of an ActiveX application and an Apple IIgs emulator, you can now enjoy Apple II software from years gone by, and do it all online using Microsoft IE and Windows—though, ironically, there is no current support for M...


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Jake Kaufman is amazing with a 6-bit sound chip, the Konami VRCVI chip to be precise. The chip contains sounds that were used in Konami games for the Famicom such as Castlevania and Madara. Jake has used the same sounds to cover Michael Jackson's Thriller. And it's not a fluke, this guy lives to create videogame music. Check out his site and see fo...


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More kittens than you can shake a stick at. And while this doesn't particularly seem even remotely concerned with games at all, there is actually a whole series of cat games next up in the queue. That, and I'm really missing having a cat around and when I came across all these cat games and kitten pics, well... I just had to share them. Click. Upd...


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If you have ever seen any of these before, you will be happy to know Jennifer Shiman of Angry Alien has just released the fourth in her re-enactment series: “Alien in 30 Seconds (and Re-enacted by Bunnies).” Each one is only 30 seconds long—obviously—so you can't help but watch them all. Jennifer captures the essence...


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Have you ever wanted to transfer a file to someone but couldn't because the file was too big to send through email, and FTP was out of the question? Now a site aims to solve your problem as long as the file is no more than 50MB: Dropload. Using an elegantly simple user interface, Dropload notifies the recipient via email that a 'package' is waiting...


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Thanks to del.icio.us comes this thought-provoking site from a web design perspective... StrangeBanana: random computer-generated web site design. Most of the sites it generates actually look better than many sites I've seen. If nothing else, it's good for getting the creative juices flowing....

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