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Give Up 2: You won’t want to give up on it

The sequel to the world famous Flash game “Give Up,” “Give Up 2” is Armor Games’ attempt to make lightning strike twice with a sharp sequel. Spoiler alert: They have succeeded. If you were a fan of the original “Give Up” or you’re looking for an action-based puzzle game to play for a few minutes at a time, you’ll love “Give Up 2.” Continue reading Give Up 2: You won’t want to give up on it

Moto X3M 2: A physics-based motocross game with a sense of humor

Moto X3M 2 is a two-dimensional side-scroller. The graphics are bright and fun. They are what you would typically find in this type of game. They do have a consistency and a polish that adds to the overall gameplay experience. The game has a single song that is played in the background when you are at menus or running through a level. It is upbeat but does get a little distracting at times. The sound effects are nothing special. They are calibrated well with the action on-screen although the game could do with a few more. Continue reading Moto X3M 2: A physics-based motocross game with a sense of humor

Run 3: A thrilling distance game set in outa space

Run 3 is a challenging and engaging distance game with a unique style. The graphics are simple but very appropriate for the game and appealing. Everything is done with basic polygons and a few textures. Your character is a little alien sphere with two feet. The background music is very nice. It is upbeat and fun without being overbearing. It adds some urgency but does not intrude on the game. Continue reading Run 3: A thrilling distance game set in outa space

Papa Louie 3: The famous chef’s adventure continues

Papa Louie 3 is an addictive side-scrolling platformer that incorporates many of the features fans of the genre love. The game uses a very distinct graphics style that is fun and interesting to see. There are good sound effects and lighthearted background music. Animations are smooth and gameplay is fun. Continue reading Papa Louie 3: The famous chef’s adventure continues