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Trollface Clicker: Trolling is soooo okay, Today, lol

If you’re sitting at your computer right now thinking, “Geez, I’m bored and I want a game that doesn’t make me really scratch my head too much,” have we found the game for you! The Trollface Clicker gaming experience is one of simplicity, but also addictive fun. A really nice part about this game, too, is the fact that it doesn’t require any downloads or installations — you just go to the page and start playing! Continue reading Trollface Clicker: Trolling is soooo okay, Today, lol

Super Ostrich Simulator has not much to offer, but it’s pure awesome to be an ostrich

Super Ostrich Simulator offers a post-modern look into gaming with cutting edge internet humor… but little else to recommend it. Less of a gaming product than a gag with controls tacked on, Super Ostrich Simulator leverages everything on its memes. As a result, anyone who plays this faux simulator for even five seconds will learn to either love it or hate it based on their own experiences with such online forum humor.
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Happy Wheels: Hop in your bloody vehicle and hope for the best!

Happy Wheels is a familiar type of physics game that is actually difficult to play. The premise of the game is that the player controls a person using a specific type of wheeled vehicle to make it through a level. The primary and only goal in each level is to find and make it to the exit. The graphics are relatively simple in most of the levels. They are vector-based meaning that you are mostly going to see different geometric shapes. Some levels do include hand-drawn or rendered graphics. There is music at the start menu and sound effects during play. Players can also adjust the graphic detail and number of particles from the initial settings menu. Continue reading Happy Wheels: Hop in your bloody vehicle and hope for the best!

My Dear Bosses – All you have to do is kick ass!

Launcher distance record games are virtually flooded in Flash game development, but even in such a glut, My Dear Bosses stands out with its adult-oriented irreverence and smarminess. Reminiscent of nothing quite so much as a toned down, low budget bite of Leisure Suit Larry for mobile gamers, My Dear Bosses challenges you to kick your own boss out of a window – and see how far she goes.
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