Miscellaneous Games

    This is my favorite category by far...A page where randomness can wander, free to confuse and bewilder people, and flit between the boundaries of imagination, and innovation. A place where choas and fun collide in a horrific wreck with an ice cream truck. A place where rainbows cannot exist for 5 seconds without exploding. In short, anything that doesn't fit in with any categories on the site can call this home. Enjoy!

Music Catch 1 and 2                      

   Use your cursor to capture the essence of music in this inginuitive game, earning points, ways to play, and songs to play to. Notes of music spill from the edge of the screen, and you must catch them with your cursor, which resembles a large circle witha multiplier in it's center. Blue shapes add to your score when caught, and form the majority of the melody. Yellow ones increase your size by one each, making you slightly bigger and giving you a wider breadth, enabling you to catch more shapes. Red ones knock ten sizes out of you, so detour them carefully, or wind up in a worse condition than you started in. Purple ones give you a suction funnel that sucks all the good shapes towards you, and repelling the red ones. Purple power! And finally, flashing ones are the rarest of all, inducing "Yellow Madness", which is the name of the condition where most all of the shapes turn yellow periodically. In the second, you even can play to an MP3 of your choice. I heartily give this game a 5 out of 5, knowing I will return to play it soon.

                                  -Play 1-     -Play 2-

I Love Traffic                          

   This is a very unique title. In I Love Traffic, your job is to govern the freeway system by turning the traffic lights at intersections on and off at intervals, so that the cars can pass by eachother without causing a massive pile-up. The problem is, all the cars are different sizes, from mini-vans to school buses, and while some travel at a sanil's pace, others race at break-neck speeds, either because they are cop cars trying to bring order, or just plain rude. This can become difficult to maintain after a while. The game is great, and I really enjoyed playing it. 4 out of 5, at least.                                                                                                         -Play-


Effing Hail                                   

   It is the year 2009. A hail storm of enormous size is sweeping across the United States. And it is your job to make it bigger. Create air currents with the mouse to keep hail pellets in the air, and let the chill wind build them and cause them to grow to massive proportions. Then, drop them on the buildings below, or try to hit pedestrians. You can even propel them into planes and satellites! The gameplay in this title is one of the most unique I have come across in quite a while. I enjoyed playing it, even if it can be frustrating at times. But what can you hate about knocking airliners out of the sky--with hail? Have fun making the largest hail storm in history! 4 out of 5.                                                                                                                             


Microbe Kombat                           

   The best way to compare this game is to call it a much more involved version of Fishy, if that helps any. You are a microscopic organism in a very big (but also very tiny) world. You must learn to survive by eating other microbes and learning new abilities, such as super growth and diffusion, which let you split and grow very huge for an amount of time. Infected Microbes will give you a virus if you touch them or the virus itself. Avoid these at all costs, because eventually an infection will kill you. Buddy up and defend yourselves with allied microbes, or the others will gang up on you. This was, least to say, an interesting experience, and I give it a 4 out of 5.                                                                                                                         


 Interactive Buddy                          

   In this game you use various physics and objects such as Gravity, Bowling Balls, and Fire Hoses to play with, torture, and annihilate the "buddy" on the screen. This game is truly classic, and I hope it continues to grow. I give it a whole-hearted 5 out of 5.                                                                                                   -Play-

Ragdoll Avalanche 2                     

   In this title, you use the arrow keys to navigate the ragdoll around the sharpened spikes falling from the top of the screen, stalactite dodging where you dive and narrowly miss getting your head cut off. The key thing that makes this title so popular is that ragdoll physics never get old. Not to mention that the game itself is so simple that nothing can go wrong with it. But when you're finally cornered by an impending cloud of silver spikes, you've just got to love the sound your head makes when it hits the ground, severed from body and mind. Like a basketball bouncing off a gym floor. 4 out of 5.                                                                                                                           -Play-

 Light People on Fire                           

   You...are a stick...that can burst into flames (without dying)! People will disentagrate at your touch, but you must avoid the fatal rain clouds that roam the stage. Disguise yourself as a tree when they pass over, or be extinguished by the deadly...uhh...water. There's not much else to do here, but seeing the dawning look of supposed horror on the peopel's faces when the tree in front of them suddenly bursts into flames and comes to life, you hav to love it. But I suppose it couldn't go amiss without the timer, because 5 minutes is hardly enough time to savor the effect. 4 out of 5.                                                                                                          -Play-

Fishy 1 and 2                              

   This is a fun game to pass the time, and I enjoy it very much. You are a fish, but as you well know the first rule of survival is "Eat or be Eaten", and as your a tiny little fish in a sea of very large ones, your chances of survival are looking slim indeed. So you eat the fish smaller than you, and grow bigger! But don't approach the fish bigger than you, because that will certainly end your little fishy tale. I thought this game was highly entertaining and give it a 4 out of 5. Good luck!                                                                                                              -Play 1-   -Play 2-

Detonate series                               

   In this series you meet a flying helicopter thing that makes faces at you. Joy. He has a smug smirk on his face now, but don't worry; he'll be very annoyed with us by the time we're done here. Now the object of the game is to stop the bombs he hurtles at you by exploding them in the air, either by clicking on them or dragging them into eachother, depending on what color they are. Now in the second one, he speaks! More joy. But fortunately you can shoot him out of the sky by exploding bombs in his face, so try to do so. There are also power-ups, such as something that makes your hand burst into flames, so that anything you drag your mouse over explodes.Another feature is that as a second soundtrack you can play the same BGM from Light People on Fire. Good times, good times... 4 out of 5.                                                                                                   -Play 1-   -Play 2-


   How do I put this into words? Ok. This is as random as you can get. You are a flying toaster with the ability to fire laser beams, but mysteriously unplugged, so I guess you are actually a battery-charged flying toaster. You must ward off the oddly-shaped enemies that bounce across the screen towards you, and the occasional just-as-weird-looking bosses. By doing this, you progress through the levels and earn points toward your score. This is one of those games you have to play just for spite, because even after all that you probably still won't understand it completely until you play it. Therefore I give this game a 3 out of 5.   -Play-

 Go Spin                                          (no pictures yet available)

   Once you get past the freakish randomness of it all, its really a fun game. But this may take a while, because...well, let's see...we've got a japanese thing who likes confetti and waves his fans around a lot... we've got a really buff mutant cat that occasionally cries...and we've also got a screaming ice cream cone. Now, once you recover from this shock, I'll explain the game. First off the ball in the middle of the screen shoots cat heads  in random directions. You, as the screaming ice cream, must rebuke them back at the ball. You must change colors by holding down different keys, because if you are the wrong color it will still count against you. And that's it. This weird game gets a 3 out of 5.                                                                                                            -Play-

Furniture Catapult                   

   Ok, since there's not as much too do in this game, I'm going to go into more detail. Well, here we go. So on the title screen it shows a japanese lanscape depicting instructions for gameplay. You must click the mouse once to swing the trebuchet, click again to release the furniture, and using timing and momentum, get the furniture as close to the itty-bitty dotted line frame inside the structurally unstable house without hitting the old woman that lives there. Hopefully she asked you to do this, or depending on what kind of person you are, you'll either be rolling around on the floor laughing, or feeling a terrible remorse inside, that goes away when you eat ice cream. Anyway, the house collapses, the guy launching the catapult turns a sickly color blue, and the old woman conveys your score through odd grunting noises. And that's exactly what happens. 3.5 out of 5.                                                                                                                                                                                 -Play-


   In this game you control a pendelum of sorts, the anchor (center) being the cursor, with a piton moving around it on a chain. When you hit the blocks you score points, but if you get scorched by the licking flames or explosive white projectiles that are the explosion's contents, it's game over for you. After that a bunch of strange-shraped objects come down to take up the center of the screen, that you must either destroy or be destroyed by when you hit them. I'm sure other things happen in this game, I'm just too stupid to get any farther than that. But it's harder than it sounds. 4 out of 5.                                                                                                                    -Play-

Sushi Go Round                                    

   This game is interesting. You are an employee at a sushi restaurant, serving up sushi by combining ingredients to make sushi, constantly ordering ingredients in stock, cleaning up after customers, stopping the conveyor belt from dishing out random bits of sushi, and through all this hopefully not making any mistakes and earning a set amount of money. The customer won't attempt to eat any of the disgusting-looking things that are supposedly mistakes you made, but they will grow angry and eventually leave, without giving you a dime. While this was a fun game, the actual gamepaly seems too...simplistic. It could be the lack of animated graphics, although that doesn't take away from the frantic nature of the game.         3.5 out of 5.                                                                                                                                                                                         -Play-

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