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4 Differences

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Spot the Differences, Video walkthrough   9 comments - February 2, 2010

4 Differences is the sequel to 5 Differences and 6 Differences, two very popular games in the Spot-the Difference genre created by Case Hollingsworth.

This third installment features 13 levels “or something like that”, and is as good as its predecessors, if not better (and a bit easier too).

With its wonderful animations and a very nice and relaxing music, 4 Differences is a must play!

Have fun!

Play 5 Differences

Play 6 Differences

4 Differences video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.53

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6 Differences

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Spot the Differences, Walkthrough   47 comments - May 20, 2008

6 Differences6 DifferencesAfter a “nightmare day”, Case Hollingsworth has released 6 Differences, a wonderful sequel to his original game 5 Differences, a spot the differences game that – I quote Jay“incorporates gorgeous and surreal, animated graphics and images. Just click on a difference when you spot it, either side will work, to change the difference into a matching set.”

6 Differences is sponsored by CrazyMonkeyGames and once again, you better get your fingers ready for some serious clicking!

There are fourteen levels in total.

Have fun!

6 Differences walkthrough (thanks Reka!)

By Eric

current rating 4.46

2007 Top 10 Developers in the category Action/Skill games

Categories: Awards    - December 13, 2007

Here at FreeGamesNews, we love free browser-based games. The end of the year is coming soon, and it’s time for YOU to cast your vote for the Best Developers of the year in our first annual FreeGamesNews Awards.

Here are the 10 nominees in the category Best Action/Platform/Skill games Developers of 2007, in alphabetical order:

John Cooney (U.S.A.)

Ball Revamped 5John Cooney is very well known in the Flash gaming community for his Ball Revamped and Four Second series. He released many new games this year, such as Scribble 2, Luminara, Ball Revamped 5 or Ocean Explorer to name a few. Now working full time at ArmorGames, you can expect more creative games from this guy!

Krešimir Cvitanović (Croatia)

Bubble Struggle 2 - RebubbledKrešimir Cvitanović created Bubble Struggle also know as Bubble Trouble in 2002. The game was an instant success, so he decided to make a sequel. Five years later, the very long awaited Bubble Struggle 2 – Rebubbled was finally released. Fortunately, the sequel was worth the wait!

Donut Games (Swede)

Sunday LawnDonut Games is a Flash games portal operated by Swedish Game Development, located in Malmö, Sweden. The team behind the site has released several original games during the first half of this year, such as Castle Smasher, Chicken and Egg, Sunday Lawn or Lucky Coins.

Joel Esler (Australia)

FoldJoel Esler is a Flash game developer from Australia. Last September, he uploaded at Kongregate his first game, a physics-based platformer named Manifold. Even though Manifold was only a demo, it was an instant hit. After a few weeks, Joel released Fold, a full version of his previous game with much more challenging levels!

Case Hollingsworth (U.S.A.)

OrangeCase Hollingsworth is a young artist from Lincoln, Nebraska (U.S.A.). His Simple Defense game, Red, was a huge success last year. Orange, the second installment in his “Colors” series was released last March and Case is now working on Black. He also recently released 5 differences, a beautiful game of comparisons.

Jp (France)

CapsulesJp is a French Flash game developer and the webmaster of Pepere.org. Jp only released two Flash games in 2007, Crazy Mammoths, a racing action game, and the excellent Capsules, a surprisingly challenging skill/puzzle game.

Lewis Mitchell (Australia)

PlatformLewis Mitchell from Australia is the author of a Shockwave episodic platformer, Platform, in which you must guide two young characters to the end of each level. Each week, the author adds a new level, challenging enough to keep you coming back for more.

Nitrome (U.K.)

Hot Air 2Nitrome is a well known London-based games design studio that has released news Flash games in 2007 at an impressive pace. With 13 titles released in 2007 at the time of writing, Nitrome is a serious contender in the Arcade/Platform category.

Alexandre Renevey (Switzerland)

Bubble IslandsAlexandre Renevey is game developer from Switzerland. He released Bubble Islands last January, an impressive retro-style arcade/puzzle game inspired by Puyo Puyo, a game developed in 1991 by the Japanese company Compile. This game was a finalist of the 2007 IGF Festival in the Best Web Browser Game category.

WeCreateStuff (Israel)

Portal: The Flash VersionWeCreateStuff defines itself as a group of (young) nerds with way too much free time. They released Portal: The Flash Version last October, a awesome Flash 2D version of the first person action/puzzle game developed by Valve.

5 Differences

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Spot the Differences, Walkthrough   143 comments - October 10, 2007

5 Differences5 Differences is a nice and original spot-the-differences Flash game created by Case Hollingsworth. Find the 5 differences between the original animation, left, and the altered one, right. You better get your fingers ready for some serious clicking! Have fun!

5 Differences walkthrough (thanks Sams!)

By Eric

current rating 3.69

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Orange

Categories: 5 minute, Action, Flash, Free, Games, Online   3 comments - March 21, 2007

OrangeOrangeOrange is a nice little Shooter without any instructions, created by Case Hollingsworth, who won the Armor Gaming Challenge #4 with the previously reviewed Red.

Just like in Red, you won’t have to destroy anything in Orange: your goal here is simply to push the large dark orb off the playfield and all the other enemies as well by shooting them.

Use your mouse to control your orange dot and click to fire at the closest enemy. Try to shoot at the power ups to upgrade your weapon for a few seconds.

Simple and elegant, Orange is really nicely done. That being said, the difficulty increases quickly and with no high score board, chances are you probably won’t replay it very often.

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.00

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