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A Small Favor

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Video walkthrough   17 comments - May 12, 2009

A Small Favora-small-favor-50A Small Favor is the 5th Point’n’Click Adventure game created by Zeebarf (programming by Caulder Bradford), the author of  The Several Journeys of Reemus series!

“In a distant alien galaxy, where currency has been replaced with trade and favors, guide an assassin on a small favor to eliminate a prominent Senator.”

For those interested in Beta testing the next installment of A Small Favor, join Zeebarf’s mailing list on Zeebarf.com.

Have fun!

A Small Favor video walkthrough (thanks Tass!)

By Eric

current rating 4.62

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Small Samurai

Categories: Asian Languages, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   23 comments - September 30, 2008

Small SamuraiSmall SamuraiHere is your weekly Minoto’s Point’n’Click Adventure game! Today, Small Samourai!

If you enjoy this game, don’t forget to check out The Bride of the Fox,  Cinderella and Prince, Rabbit and a Tortoise, Insect Diary, Medal Gets, Bon Dance, Pleasant Festival, Break a Watermelon, Fireworks of the Summer, A Couple of Milky Way, Frog Prince and many more by the same author!

Have fun!

Update:  Small Samurai walkthrough in comment #12 (thanks JCH!)

By Eric

current rating 4.67

The Escape Game of Bird’s-Eye View

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   268 comments - March 13, 2008

The Escape Game of Bird’s-eye viewThe Escape Game of Bird’s-eye viewThe Escape Game of Bird’s-Eye View is a new Japanese Room Escape game created by Ayano Yamamoto.

You find yourself trapped in a small condo and, guess what, the door is locked! The game features a superb condo floor plan that you can examine by zooming in and out in a very easy and intuitive way!

The Escape Game of Bird’s-Eye View looks very original. There is almost no language in this game, so there is no language barrier.

Have fun!

Update: The Escape Game of Bird’s-Eye View walkthrough in comment #213 (thanks J!)

By Eric

current rating 3.60

Adam Schroeder/Chris Hughes (FlashGameLicense) interview

Categories: Interviews   5 comments - March 3, 2008

www.flashgamelicense.com

FlashGameLicense (FGL) is an online broker of Flash games, run by Adam Schroeder and Chris Hughes. FGL was created by Adam and Chris as a service to address the difficulties in connecting game developers with the sponsors/licensers interested in their games. They were kind enough to answer a few questions for us.

FreeGamesNews: Could you please introduce yourself and let us know how did you get in Flash games?

Adam: My name is Adam Schroeder. I actually got into programming by making games. This was nearly 10 years ago and I was using Director and lingo. I quickly got sucked into “real” work until I ran across Kongregate last year. I dug up my old games and posted them. I immediately got a ton of feedback and the “game spark” was re-ignited!

Chris: My name is Chris Hughes. I have a similar story as Adam. I used to actually make Flash fan games for Ultima Online starting back in ’98 or so. I’ve been a programmer in various aspects ever since. Then a little more than a year ago I started fiddling with Flash again as a hobby, and actually made some games. Whilst searching the web for places to upload my game I stumbled upon Kongregate. Even though my games were horrible I loved the ability to get feedback quickly, and just the thought of being paid for my games excited me.

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Game Blocks Escape

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   8 comments - December 22, 2007

Game Blocks EscapeGame Blocks Escape is the second Japanese Room Escape game with no intro and no credits created by the author of the recent Reader’s Escape. You are trapped in a room with a lot of small blocks today, and your main goal is to find and then use some of them to escape the room. Have fun!

Update: Game Blocks Escape walkthroughs in comments #1 and #2 (thanks Alice and THE sooper Tiny C!)

By Eric

current rating 3.33

Rob Small (Miniclip) interview

Categories: Interviews    - May 16, 2007

Rob Small InterviewMonths ago, Rob Small, co-founder of Miniclip kindly declined our invitation for an interview. We felt disappointed about it as we wanted to know more about Miniclip and share it with our readers.

Anyway, Rob gave recently an interview to RealBusiness, a website for entrepreneurs and fast-growing businesses, and in an unexpected way, he gave a few very interesting figures.

– “The site boasts 35 million users a month, 100 million visits a month and Small forecasts 55 millions users by the end of the year.

– The site pumps out 100 terabytes a day, half the bandwidth of YouTube. Miniclip now serves the website from two dedicated data centers, in Miami and Madrid, containing hundreds of servers.

– Miniclip made up £12m ($23.5m) turnover in 2006, with a profit margin of 32%.”

Wow, these numbers are very impressive: after conversion, that’s a 30-megabytes a day per visitor!

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Line Game

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill   7 comments - March 1, 2007

Line GameLine-Game-50.jpgLine Game is a new small and interesting side scrolling skill game developed by Luke Thomson and Jack Tench.

The object of the game is simply to move your red dot from the start point to the green exit area while avoid touching anything!

After a few attempts, Line Game becomes quickly addictive, even if the concept is not exactly original. You have the choice between using your mouse or your keyboard to complete the 8 levels available in the game.

Line Game is nicely polished but it would have been great to have more levels to go through: a nice feature would have been to include a level editor in the game and offering people the opportunity to submit their best levels. This feature is included in the recent and amazing Capsules and adds a great replay value to this type of games.

Overall, a serious effort that should challenge and entertain a lot of fans!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.40

The Missile Game 3D

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - November 10, 2006

The Missile Game 3DThe Missile Game 3DReleased this summer and developed by Damien Clarke, Missile Game 3D is a small skill game in which you have to race a missile through a large tunnel.

Watch out for obstacles and use your mouse to pilot the missile and fly through the holes in the rotating obstacles to survive and reach the check point leading to the next level.

The 3D engine used here is very well done, resulting in a very good immersion feeling. Recommended for a 5 minute break.

Have fun!

Note: you may give a try to Tube Racer, a game with a similar concept.

By Eric

current rating 3.00

A small lifting…

Categories: Site Stuff    - September 11, 2006

FreeGamesNews.com was updated a few hours ago: from now on, the site is in 1024 mode to make the readers more comfortable.Two plugins were added today:

  • WP-PostViews, which enables to display how many time a post had been viewed. A most popular posts section should appear on the site soon…
  • Terong Related Links, which display useful related permalinks (if any) at the end of a post.

More to come later…

Hanger 2: Endless Level Pack

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - March 18, 2012

Hanger 2: Endless Level Pack is a Skill game from Notdoppler developed by A Small Game.

Like Hanger 2, use the arrow keys to swing and the space bar to shoot your spiderweb like rope.

Try not to loose too many body parts along the way!

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 2.86

Hanger 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - October 15, 2011

Use your rope to swing through each level in Hanger 2, a skill game developed by A Small Game.

“Oh, and try not to lose too many body parts along the way! “

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 2.14

Richard Pendry (Mousebreaker) interview

Categories: Interviews   1 comment - September 22, 2007

MousebreakerRichard Pendry, the co-creator of Mousebreaker, was kind enough to grant FreeGamesNews an interview, which was conducted over email (thanks Rich!).

FreeGamesNews: Could you please introduce yourself and give us a quick history on Mousebreaker?

Rich: Hi, my name’s Richard and I’m one of the guys behind Mousebreaker. We’ve been working together for around six years now – we began as a small game development business in 2001, developing mainly sports-oriented “sticky” games for a broad range of clients who wanted to increase or entertain their visitors. The Mousebreaker.com website, which we initially built to showcase these games, has grown over the years to become a good-sized game portal with a regular audience.

FreeGamesNews: How many people are working at Mousebreaker and how did the team come together?

Rich: We’re a very small team – only two of us work full-time, which means we’re always very busy. But we also work with various freelancers and independent developers we know.

FreeGamesNews: How did you decide to open new games portals, such as blastbilliards.com or playapal.com?

Rich: Both of those sites – as well as flashcricket.com and playforyourclub.com – quickly developed a distinct audience so it made sense to give them dedicated sites. But we try to encourage a lot of movement between the sites, and try to make sure they all have the Mousebreaker style.

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Ball Revamped IV: The best sequel of Ball Revamped series?

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill   1 comment - August 29, 2006

Ball Revamped IVBall Revamped IV“In April, 2004, John Cooney, author of all the Ball Revamped games, decided to create a physics engine which allowed for falling objects. The engine soon turned into a small game, in which a ball floats down to the bottom of the screen, while avoiding walls and obstacles. The author called it “Ball”, and it was developed into a game. When 50 levels were created, the author decided to publish the game globally on newgrounds.com”. Here is how begins the story of the Ball Revamped series in the wikipedia game’s on the series.

The object of the game is to balance a four-color ball and guide it to the exit to complete each level. You control the ball with the arrow keys. There are 100 levels to complete in Ball Revamped IV, and some of them are hard to finish, essentially because the ball is hard to control.

The graphics in this sequel are by far the best of the series and both background and music change every 10 levels. The author also implemented level codes for the first time in the series, so you won’t have to play hundred levels in a row if you want to finish the game!

Some players could find the music a bit annoying after a while: they will just need to pause the game by pressing the ‘p’ key and then turn the sound off.

Overall, Ball Revamped IV is the best sequel of the series, even if the previous episodes are also very exciting to play! The physics and the design are great and the game is highly addictive. And with so many levels to complete, expect around half an hour to end the game.

Have fun!

Note: the full series of Ball Revamped is also available on John’s Cooney website

By Eric

current rating 3.00

Egg Cube

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Hidden Object, Point'n'click, Puzzle, Room Escape, WebGL    - March 10, 2019

Egg Cube Game

In Egg Cube, Nicolet locked you in a small room with various eggs. Can you figure out what those eggs are for and successfully find a way to escape?

Have fun!

By Jan

current rating 4.11

Tiny Cube

Categories: Free, Games, Point'n'click, Puzzle, Room Escape, WebGL    - February 10, 2019

Tiny Cube Game

Tiny Cube is a minimalistic room escape game from Nicolet. You are in a small locked room. Can you solve all the puzzles and successfully escape from the room?

Have fun!

You can also play the Android version.

By Jan

current rating 4.40

Escape Challenge 75: Challenge Room 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Hidden Object, Point'n'click, Puzzle, Room Escape    - February 3, 2019

 

Escape Challenge 75 Challenge Room 2 Game

In this game, tomoLaSiDo took and locked in a room with stone walls. There is a small window that lets you breathe fresh air. Your task is to find six capsules with key parts in order to escape.

Have fun!

By Jan

current rating 2.00

Agma.io

Categories: Free, Games, Html5, Multiplayer, Online    - December 8, 2018

Agma.io Game

Agma.io is a fun .io game. You control a circle, and you can eat smaller circles to grow your size. The bigger your size the better your chance to dominate the arena. Are you up for the challenge and can become the best player in this Agar.io-inspired game?

Have fun!

By Jan

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