Football, or soccer for those American fans, is notoriously difficult to do right in a video game. It’s not just the fact that there are some crazy physics involved in how the ball moves, but rather that there’s a lot going on at any given time. With twenty-two players on the field at the same time, that’s a lot to render and keep track of. That’s probably why most browser football games simplify the game by quite a bit, either by reducing the number of players or by focusing on other aspects of the game. Most of the games in the Football Games category definitely fall into one of those two categories.
The sequel to the Minecraft game has hit the interwebs. World Craft 2 is now live and we have spent hours with it.
Spider-Man is an iconic Marvel superhero who was developed by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and has appeared in host of movies and animated series as well as comic books. Peter Parker has been in more than a few video games too, and in Spiderman Kiss, he gets his very own superhero game as well. The story here is a less about battling Spider-Man’s legendary rogues’ gallery and more about avoiding them so that he can spend more time kissing Gwen Stacy, his ill-fated Silver Age girlfriend.
Prehistoric times featuring all sorts of dinosaur roaming around, living their lives. Dinosaurs trying to survive the elements and other dinosaurs. Eating, fighting, and killing each other in bloody animal carnage. That is what I envisioned when I saw the words Dinosaur Simulator. But what I envisioned is not what I got. What I did get, though, was still a lot of fun. Dinosaur Simulator, once you do get into it is an interesting game.
Music games tend to go in and out of style. In the last gaming of generation, these games were indelibly linked with oversized peripherals, something that helped to hasten the end of the genre. Music games never really left the browser community, though, as most of these games required nothing more than a keyboard, mouse, and timing to complete. Magic Tiles 3 is definitely part of that larger browser-based music genre, albeit with a slightly different control scheme that makes it feel like a much different game.
Survival Simulator drops you off on a island wearing only your white underwear, but you come surprisingly well equipped outside the caveman style clothing. For example, you have two guns—a revolver and an assault rifle, and two hatchets and a pickax. Your inventory has been loaded to keep you stocked and prepared for the long haul ahead.