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…It’s TGI Friday: Use Boxmen?

Use Boxmen

Deceptively simple games are usually the most fun, and Use Boxmen definitely falls into that category.

In the game, you are put in charge of a boxman who can generate other boxmen that will copy what he does. The goal is to save the box in each level, but as this is a puzzle game, even simple tasks are often much harder than they first appear.

Give it a shot and see how you do, but if you get stuck, there’s always the cheater’s way out of using a walkthrough:

[Use Boxmen]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…The Ultimate Vending Machine Challenge is challenging?

Ultimate Vending Machine Challenge

In the Ultimate Vending Machine Challenge, your goal is to kick the crap out of a vending machine using strategic, well timed, and well placed moves until it gives you the candy that you didn’t pay for, but you definitely deserve.

It’s surprisingly difficult considering Adult Swim put it out, so don’t be surprised if it takes a few rounds to get used to the rhythm, but once you do, you’ll be basking in the glow of MSG filled chips in no time.

[Adult Swim – The Ultimate Vending Machine Challenge]

[Via: Kotaku]

…It’s TGI Friday: 99 Bricks?

99 Bricks

I got 99 problems but a brick ain’t one.

99 Bricks is like an anti-Tetris. The goal is to use 99 bricks to create a tower that is as tall as you can make it, but in 99 Bricks, and unlike in Tetris, the blogs have a bit of give to them.

The result is that as the tower gets taller, it starts to sway and wobble under its own weight, and one misplaced brick can bring the whole thing crashing to the ground.

The controls are simple, the graphics are simply perfect, and the concept is easy to understand, but difficult to master, so it’s the perfect weekend time waster.

Be prepared though, because this one’s addicting.

[Kongregate – 99 Bricks]

…It’s TGI Friday: Matt Sandorf: Journey to Endless Entertainment?

Matt Sandorf: Journey to Endless Entertainment

Matt Sandorf: Journey to Endless Entertainment is an advergame for Sony that lets you guide Matt point-and-click style through a futuristic spaceship.

Despite being an advertisement, Matt Sandorf is actually entertaining, and looks great as well. The gameplay has a very smoothed over, top down style to it, and the cut scenes are all done as rather unique, charcoal style drawings.

The game is also surprisingly difficult, and doesn’t let you get away with much, though it does contain enough twists, turns and jokes to keep you working your way through it and intrigued along the way.

If you get stuck, there’s a walkthrough available from Jay is Games, but I encourage you to stick with it, because there are few advergames that are this rewarding.

[Matt Sandorf: Journey To Endless Entertainment]

[Via: Jay Is Games]

…It’s TGI Friday: Skywire 2?

Skywire 2

Skywire 2 is an interesting pixel art style game that puts you in charge of a gondola/cable car full of people that you must assist through a world of enemies to deliver the passengers to the end goal without letting too many fall out.

It’s actually pretty difficult considering the face that you only need two buttons to control the cable car, and the graphics are fantastic in their simplicity, so give it a go and see what you think.

[Nitrome – Skywire 2]

[Via: Random Good Stuff]