Monthly Archives: July 2017

A child of Wormateio and Slitherio is born – welcome WORMAX IO!

Fans of addictive gameplay and simple yet beautiful interfaces will love Wormax, also known as Wormax.io. This game is modeled after the classic arcade style of gameplay, and it is highly reminiscent of other Snake-based games like Worm and Nibbler. The object of the game is quite simple; players must survive as long as they can while avoiding other players in the game arena, and they must collect ‘food’ littered throughout the map in order to grow larger in size. Obviously, larger worms have a distinct advantage over smaller worms since they have much more surface area that others can collide with.

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Roll the Ball – New Slide Puzzle to Tease Your Brain

Fans of simple puzzle-style games will love the addictive nature and quality of content found in Roll The Ball. This game is designed for use on multiple platforms, and it requires very little in the way of controls. The player must simply use their cursor to select and hold tiles on a 4×4 grid. Once a tile has been selected, it can be slid over to an adjacent slot by sliding the cursor to the empty location. The object of the game is to rearrange the presented tiles such that they create a path for the ball to roll through. Players must use all the tiles on the board to get the highest possible score, and they must do so by using the smallest number of tile movements possible. Continue reading Roll the Ball – New Slide Puzzle to Tease Your Brain