Showing posts with label games more games. Show all posts
Showing posts with label games more games. Show all posts

Spooky Hunter

Spooky Hunter

Play Spooky Hunter for free! - Spooky Hunter is an action game where you need to kill these spookies who are very evil in this world. You can kill them all by typing "s" for yellow and "k" for blue spookies. Don't let them control yourself but you're the only one who need to control yourself. There is lot of waves to play and you ought to complete these stage as well.

Cutie Hair Style Makeover

Cutie Hair Style Makeover

Play Cutie Hair Style Makeover for free! - Give this girl a virtual makeover with celebrity hairstyles, makeup, clothes and accessories.

Wedding Day Dress Up

Wedding Day Dress Up

Play Wedding Day Dress Up for free! - Peter and Luna get married today! Help her choose a gorgeous wedding dress and suit for Peter to make the most important day of her life perfect.

Hotel California

Hotel California

Play Hotel California for free! - Flash animation of a song called Hotel California, which is based in the late 19th century old wild west

Cherry Pie Trifle

Cherry Pie Trifle

Play Cherry Pie Trifle for free! - Make a healthy, light and refreshing dessert. The recipe is very simple. This tempting trifle is a sweet surprise. You will love it!

Diesel and Death

Diesel and Death

Play Diesel and Death for free! - Play this awesome game diesel with death and experience driving this real good motor cycle on some roads and mountains. Find out why this game is called diesel with death, does this title tell you something fascinating about this game.

New Releases: Injustice 2, Farpoint, The Surge

New Releases: Injustice 2, Farpoint, The Surge


If you're not into comic books, there's plenty of sci-fi and fantasy to go around this week too.

Brain Builder

Brain Builder

Play Brain Builder for free! - Brain Builder is an action game where you need to find out where is the highest biding number when you get the highest one, you can click on it and another numbers will appears on the stage then you must choose the highest again. This game is quite simple, but this game has good gameplay. You ought to play this game to check out your skill.

Zombies Vs Penguins

Zombies Vs Penguins

Play Zombies Vs Penguins for free! - Coming Soon

Futuristic Patrol Vehicle

Futuristic Patrol Vehicle


Futuristic Patrol Vehicle is a jigsaw flash puzzle game. There are two game modes to play; time mode and free mode.

BMW X3

BMW X3

Play BMW X3 for free! - Have the pleasure of driving this beauty into a superb race. be careful while racing with this BMW X3 keep it safe.

Lazer Cutter

Lazer Cutter

Play Lazer Cutter for free! - Match the final shape by using the lazer to remove the excess materials.

Pinstripe Review

Pinstripe Review

Pinstripe is a game about descending into Hell to atone for unjustly taking a life. As you explore an underworld fit for a stop-motion Tim Burton film, thoughts of revenge, anguish, and disgust begin to creep in. Though the presentation of these themes is tantalizingly sinister at times, the ultimate impact of confronting them is dulled by pervasive storytelling issues and tedious mechanics, making this less an examination of heartbreak and more a tale of monotony.


Pinstripe's doomed protagonist is a gaunt priest named Ted, who, along with his daughter Bo, are introduced onboard a moving train. In her juvenile naivete, Bo suggests the pair play detective and investigate nearby traces of smoke, with Ted in the role of Sherlock and her the part of Watson. Some time after exploring the various carts, they stumble upon an ominous man with piercing yellow eyes and a lit cigarette named Mr. Pinstripe, who asks whether Bo likes balloons and if she wants a shiny black one. Moments of grotesque leering later, Mr. Pinstripe kidnaps Bo, exclaiming that she'll soon call him "father." With his young daughter in the hands of the titular evil, Ted must go above and beyond to recover his child and punish her abductor.


Pinstripe falls in line with most tales involving kidnapping and revenge: A weak character is rendered vulnerable by a dark presence, and a hero rises to set things right and serve justice. There's nothing wrong with the revenge trope, but Pinstripe implements it in such a way that makes the narrative feel pedestrian. Bo’s cries for help and Ted’s supposed resilience and determination come across as contrived and shallow, failing to inspire emotional attachment to either character, let alone inspire sympathy. However muted its retribution plot is, Pinstripe's dialogue exudes childlike wonder, exemplified in the villain's use of sanitized insults like "screw pod" or "hump face," which sounds reminiscent of a children's storybook and elicits a chuckle.


When its childlike voice takes a break, Pinstripe's haunting aesthetic--driven by gothic and Edwardian-era influence--takes center stage. Its melancholy world is paired with a dreamy soundtrack that feeds off of Hell's spooky atmosphere. The Sack Chute level, for example, is engulfed in a thick darkness that makes navigation difficult, playing to a fear of the unknown; only Ted's headlight peering through the dark allows for a cone of vision. This limited view imbues tension, as you can only see what's in front of you--things grotesque and covered in slime. It's here in the ambiance, atmosphere, and sound that Pinstripe's dread takes hold.


When its childlike voice takes a break, Pinstripe's haunting aesthetic--driven by gothic and Edwardian-era influence--takes center stage.


Pinstripe is a platformer first and a puzzle game second, and though none of its challenges are difficult by design, Ted's floaty leaps complicate even basic platforming tasks in practice. Getting him onto platforms when necessary is often irritating, especially during timed puzzles.


Awkward platforming aside, Pinstripe's many puzzles are typically on the easy side. The only time-consuming riddles are those that require you to piece together seemingly benign artifacts in the environment, but these moments are easily resolved through trial-and-error by poking and prodding at anything that looks suspicious until you hear a chime. These puzzles bring diversity to the adventure, but they ultimately feel like unnecessary speed bumps.



You eventually encounter enemies, armed with nothing but a slingshot to defend yourself. These battles seem easy at first glance, however, the slightest flick of the analog stick will fling the reticle, making it unusually difficult to precisely aim at and hit your target. The game doesn't include many battles, thankfully, and few of Hell's enemies pose much of a threat despite the ineffective aiming system--the same can even be said of the final boss. Underwhelming and easily exploited, the ultimate bad guy can be defeated by ducking in a corner and button mashing, in very little time.


Regrettably, Pinstripe's rich atmosphere is overpowered by these types of issues. Enemies need only a few shots to defeat, puzzles need only a couple of tries to solve, and the final boss can be exploited to oblivion. And because the story lacks emotional weight or resonance, once the credits roll, you'll quickly forget Ted and Bo's struggle, the puzzles you solved, the conclusion to what could have been a memorably haunting trip through Hell.

Cargo Express

Cargo Express

Play Cargo Express for free! - Find your way through a bumpy road with your truck loaded of rocks. The main goal is to bring your freight to destination with a minimal loss. You must achieve goals and with money gained you can upgrade your truck. The faster you deliver your cargo, the better you get paid.

1 Will Survive 2

1 Will Survive 2

Play 1 Will Survive 2 for free! - Welcome Captain! The Kingdom of Rivaros is under great threat! The villainous warlord Gandor has wage war against our once great empire. Thanagar is the only city that has yet to be captured. We must fight back and liberate our brothers.

Xiao Xiao Police

Xiao Xiao Police

Play Xiao Xiao Police for free! - Xiao xaio police is a flash game there are 3 levels easy normal hard here you choose what level your going to play. And your alone against sticks try achive your aim.

Kiss the Asphalt

Kiss the Asphalt


Drive like a maniac in the streets of manhattan and claim the street king title in the online world.

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

The minute What Remains of Edith Finch puts its titular protagonist face to face with its slapdash Frankenstein's monster of a house, it seems the game is gearing up for a horror story, closer to Resident Evil than Gone Home. That's actually close to the truth in one sequence, but What Remains of Edith Finch ultimately tells a subtle tale with far more pensive ideas. It plays off a heightened sense of impending mortality, but terror never truly takes a physical form. These are simply the facts, presented as only the victims and witnesses could deliver them.


More specifically, the game follows young Edith on a trip to her family's abandoned, derelict home, built on a rural island off the coast of Washington state. Three generations of Edith's family have lived in this house--and three generations, with a single exception, have died early, sudden, shocking deaths of various causes under its roof. The Finches and those who know them consider this a family curse. Edith, however, is less interested in the possible supernatural implications of what befell her family and more focused on the circumstances that led them to their demise. And so, playing as Edith from a first-person perspective, you explore the house, this living monument to tragedy, not so much to learn the truth about her family but to accept it.



That's an important distinction to make. There's an elephant in the room that becomes clear early on, and it's ever imposing the more Edith explores the house: This is her fate. The specifics are unclear, but if there's one certainty about how Edith will finally die, it won't be of old age. As such, if there's anything resembling an ultimate goal to What Remains of Edith Finch, it's not in solving a mystery or unveiling some hidden backstory about the curse. It's about achieving grace in what's more than likely a graceless end through communion with the lives of her family.


As one might expect, this is an exploration game that stays out of the narrative's way as much as possible. The controls are blissfully simple, with only the two analog sticks and the R2 button needed to perform every action in the game. Every movement--opening a door, winding a music box, using a View-Master, even flying a kite--is performed intuitively, with very little in the way of a tutorial or UI necessary.


Things are a bit dicier with the actual exploration. The game does a stellar job of environmental immersion, with its beautiful tableaus of gothic dread and emptiness interspersed with moments of incredible vibrancy and imagination. But progressing further into the house beyond the first floor involves a rudimentary but unnecessary amount of travel through intertwining secret rooms and crawlspaces that no real people in their right minds would build unless, well, they wanted their house to be the setting for a video game. Once Edith finds what she's truly looking for in each major area, however, the game sinks its hooks in--and deep.


While the game isn't above a sense of humor or whimsy, it never forgets it's in the company of Death, a constant companion through an entire century of misfortunes in the Finch house.


Eleven total family members have died in the Finch house, and once they passed, the family sealed their rooms away, with their belongings intact. When Edith finds a final journal entry, last pictures, or crucial memento from their last days, the game seamlessly shifts to that family member's narrative. These vignettes vary not just in tone and particulars, but in gameplay style.


A father's final hunting trip with his daughter plays out through the eye of their camera, progressing as the player takes the perfect shots along the way, capturing the awkward final moment while on a timer. A little girl's dying fever dream sees her taking the form of various animals, ending up as a skulking tentacled beast taking out sailors a la Dishonored 2. A former child star's death is immortalized in an old-school, Bill Gaines-style horror comic, playable here in bold, cel-shaded, four-color beauty complete with the perfect piece of licensed film score imaginable. While the game isn't above a sense of humor or whimsy, it never forgets it's in the company of Death, a constant companion through an entire century of misfortunes in the Finch house. Its fatalism shapeshifts in every life it takes too soon; it's oppressive in the game's moments of joy, friendly in the face of misery, and never lacking in poetry.


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


What Remains of Edith Finch Review


That lyrical quality is where What Remains of Edith Finch finds its greatness: As Edith connects the stories together, weaving in a narrative all her own in the process, the game leaves players with the ultimate task of finding meaning in it all. Edith herself has her purposes, and once the credits roll, her own part to play becomes clear--but what it all means will vary depending on the player. There's no definitive "aha!" moment to definitively say the Finch family is cursed or convey what kind of judgment the game is passing on their choices. And yet, there's power and poignancy putting these final moments in the hands of the player, the knowledge and experiences of generations carried within them as the game plays on. It's macabre. It's often utterly heartbreaking. But it is undeniably powerful.


Developer Giant Sparrow managed to strike the delicate balance between joy and sorrow in 2012's The Unfinished Swan, but What Remains of Edith Finch transcends even the latent sadness of that game, finding the beauty--even sometimes the fun--in what's always fundamentally a tragedy. It's not often that a game's plot slips past the bitterness of grief to finally get to the acceptance, but that's the triumph in What Remains of Edith Finch. Ultimately, if the game has any resemblance of a moral, it's that the bravest, most beautiful thing every one of us does is choose to keep going, despite knowing what's coming.


Pimp my ride

Pimp my ride

Play Pimp my ride for free! - Create your ride the way you want to and then send it to your friends

Family vacation pixel patch flash game

Family vacation pixel patch flash game


family vacation pixel patch flash game online 2014 for boys kids girls,Here are the images of the FAMILY VACATION.Take the image pieces from the right and place them in their proper slots to get a clear view of the picture. Have fun