Tag Archives | Flash

…It’s TGI Friday: Kongregate Labs?

Shoot

If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to develop your own Flash game, then check out Kongregate Labs, where the team from Kongregate will walk you through a nine step ‘Shootorial’ that will teach you how to make your very own game, called Shoot.

With everything from how to move the ship and create scrolling backgrounds to missiles and collision detection, it’s a step by step guide to making your own game that should have you well on your way to creating games that will have others glued to their monitors for hours.

[Kongregate Labs]

…It’s TGI Friday: Scarygirl?

Scarygirl

Scarygirl was abandoned and washed up on a deserted peninsula, and is now on a mission to find the man behind her haunting dreams.

Part puzzle game, part platformer, part adventure game, and part art project, it’s an amazingly unique experience, and the Flash intro alone will have you wondering how such a great game is available for free.

[Scarygirl]

…White Zone is not for the claustrophobic?

White Zone

White Zone challenges you to get out of a room that contains just a TV, two chairs and a dresser using nothing more than your mouse and your brain.

Think you can do it?

[White Zone]

[Via: Neatorama]

…Cursor*10 is back for a 2nd Session?

Cursor*10 2nd Session

The original Cursor*10 was a very unique Flash game that required you to keep track of numerous mouse cursors at once to reach the goal, and thankfully, the team that created Cursor*10 is back with Cursor*10 2nd Session, a new version of the game that takes the same great dynamics that the first session featured and adds new levels to the mix for even more fun.

Click away:

[Cursor*10 2nd Session]

[Via: Kotaku]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Made For Each Other?

Made For Each Other

Made For Each Other is a website/game from Frito Lay that’s meant to advertise for their chips and dips, but it’s also a fantastically fun site to just play around with and see what you can discover.

Inside of the site (it takes a while to load but is well worth it) there are tons of half-matches, and your goal is to bring them together. When you find a pair that fits, you’ll be rewarded with mini-games, video clips, and other goodies that all involve bringing things together.

There’s no ‘goal’ to speak of, so it’s mostly just a fun environment to play around in, but that doesn’t make it any less fun, so give it a go and see what you think.

[Made For Each Other]

[Via: Neatorama]