Disco Zoo Review

There are games of various degrees of loopy here on this website, but you’ll struggle to find a free-to-play one quite as mad as Disco Zoo. If playing a Battleship-style tile game to guess the locations of your prospective zoo animals for you to capture them sounds a little sane, then how about keeping them awake and dancing once you’ve got them back at your zoo, all for the purpose of making paying customers drop their money for you? This free-to-play mobile game for iOS and Android won’t punish you for not buying its premium currency either, making it a perfect addition to your loopy games collection whether you’re a fan of the traditional zoo sim or not!

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Just Dance 4: Perform Crazy Dance Routines with Friends

Gone are the days when you can simply sit in front of your computer or games console playing games by merely holding a classic controller or a keyboard/mouse combination, feeling fine about being sedentary for 3 hours and not having eaten for twice as long as that; those days are over. Guilt is creeping into gaming, though not even through people disagreeing with gaming itself but through what feels like a fitness revolution.

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Pet Shop Story: Variety is the Name of the Game

Being a micro management game, Pet Shop Story does a good job of balancing fun versus formulaic routines. If you have played any similar simulation games, then getting into this game will be second nature to you. At the same time, the continuous flow of rewards and irresistibly adorable critters you can acquire is quite rewarding. The result is addicting, though being a micro transaction game, it does entail a lot of patience if you intend to play completely free.

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Lego Rock Band Review

When a music game gets released whose title names the band in which said game will focus on, it can be easy to guess the style and the general nature of the game. The Beatles Rock Band for example looked as if it was going to deliver the ultimate Beatles experience, and it did so in a spectacular way.

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Fireboy and Watergirl 3 – A Quirky Puzzler

Platform games are amongst the most widely-played video games on the planet and the platform game genre was the vehicle that delivered us such absolute classics like Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Super Metroid. Platform games are also quite a common occurrence in the flash game world since they are relatively easy to get to grips, being picked up quickly by gamers that don’t wish to mess around with complicated controls and simply want to get stuck into the action. Finding a platform game that truly stands out is quite a rare occurrence even with the thousands of games available all across the internet, but the ever-popular Fireboy and Watergirl series from Oslo Albet has quite the reputation of being innovative, original, and extremely entertaining. Fireboy and Watergirl 3 is the third instalment in this wonderfully-designed series, marking the return of the duo to our computer screens with a multitude of puzzles for us to conquer.

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Amateur Surgeon 2 – A crazy, back-street surgery simulator

If you lack the time or patience to go to medical school, you may be looking for the cheapest and most time-effective alternative to meet your surgery-based needs. Performing backstreet surgeries to quench your thirst for saving lives is unquestionably illegal, so what alternative does a person have? The flash game scene has a number of surgery-based offerings that could solve your problem, but none are as apt at simulating surgery in a fun way as Amateur Surgeon 2. While an amateur surgeon is the very last place you would go if you had any kind of ailment that needed to be surgically repaired, Amateur Surgeon 2 should always be your first stop for surgery simulation, whatever the context. Far from your average, above-board operating game, Amateur Surgeon 2 carries the torch for the series that lets you brandish a host of DIY surgical tools in a questionable hospital for some shady characters. Simply save each patient before their heartbeat ceases or time runs out, but don’t be under any impressions that it is going to be easy.

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Ho Ho Ho Yellow Snow – Demented yet festive Join-the-Dots

Many use the festive season as an excuse to relax, unwind, and spend time with family and friends, exchanging Christmas gifts and raising glasses of alcoholic beverages into the air to toast a variety of inspirational and wonderful things. For others, Christmas is a lonely time where they are forced to witness other people being happy and surrounded by loved ones while they stare on longingly and sigh sadly at being reminded of their loneliness. For the average Santa that just can’t wait to empty his bladder, however, he doesn’t have time to visit the restroom on account of having to visit every household on earth within an amount of time not permissible by physics, so what does he do? He decides to empty his bladder on a field of clean, white snow in order to draw various festive shapes to celebrate the holidays. This is join the dots 2.0, and straight-up urine is the ink of creativity.

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Bad Ice Cream 2 Game Review

You may think that the phrase “Bad Ice Cream” is an oxymoron in itself, since everyone loves ice cream and there can’t possibly be anything bad about it, can there? Well, even though ice cream is a boring choice for dessert, it makes a brilliant choice for a game, as is evident in Bad Ice Cream 2. Games that utilise a retro-style aesthetic instantly appeal to many gamers out there that miss the golden age of gaming, and the fact that it is of the arcade genre makes it all the more appealing since its fun is instantly accessible, hugely challenging, and immediately rewarding. There really wasn’t much that wasn’t enjoyable in Bad Ice Cream, and sequel Bad Ice Cream 2 is here to continue the stunning visual style and gameplay that is addictive on a fiendish level.

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SAS Zombie Assault 3

Games like The Last Stand and Earn to Die allow you to eviscerate and eliminate zombies in two very different ways, with Earn to Die being more vehicle-based and The Last Stand involving a variety of firearms and a desperate fight for survival.

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Berzerk Ball 2

Berzerk Studios have a reputation for quality flash games so when we saw the trailer for for Berzerk Ball 2 it was expected that we would be rubbing our hands in anticipation for it’s release.

We loved the first game – Homerun in Berzerkland, it’s had more than 3 million plays on Kongregate alone. The game dev’s claim it has had more than 400 million plays across all sites – we wouldn’t be surprised if that figure was accurate down to it’s last player.

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Dream Chronicles: Book of Air

Dream Chronicles Book of Air is the fourth game to be released in The Dream Chronicles series although it is suggested that it is the first of a trilogy of games. The story follows on from where the previous game left us. Lyra who is Faye’s half fairy daughter is now eighteen years old and she finds herself all alone in the town of Wish. This excellent point and click tale begins here, but where will it end? Lets play the game to discover what the Book of Air is all about.

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