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Fastgames – Catch a Duck

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Others, Strategy    - January 22, 2013

Catch a Duck

Catch a Duck is a Strategy game from Fastgames developed by Full 2D.

You goal is to catch the duck and collect stars as you go.

Watch out!

Danger lurks nearby!

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 2.52

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BigDino – Spiters Annihilation 3

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Physics, Puzzle    - December 14, 2014

Spiters Annihilation 3

Spiters Annihilation 3 is now live!

If you loved Spiters Annihilation then you’ll love Spiters Annihilation 3!

In this Physics based Puzzler developed by Alex2Dio your goal is to rid the world of the pesky purple monsters.

Show no mercy!

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 2.40

Hottategoya – Escape From The Rooms With 2 Doors

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape   1 comment - November 9, 2013

Escape-From The Rooms With 2 Doors

Escape From The Rooms With 2 Doors is the latest Room Escape game from Hottategoya Games.

You are locked in a room with 2 doors.

Search for clues and solve puzzles to escape.

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 4.10

Belial Chapter 2.5 – The Beast Within

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click   7 comments - January 26, 2011

Belial Chapter 2.5 – The Beast Within is the third installment in the Belial Point’n’Click adventure series from Keybol, where you play as Belial, the son of Lucifer. “In this supporting chapter, Belial must work with Beelzebub and Lilith to unleash Baal from within himself!” Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.20

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Building Blaster 2 – Players Pack

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Physics, Puzzle   3 comments - September 29, 2010

Building Blaster 2 – Players Pack is the third installment in the Building Blaster physics puzzle series from 2DGames.

Your goal remains the same: blast the buildings to clear the red zone by placing bombs and tools in the more efficient way.

Adjust timing to your advantage and avoid civilians casualties.

Try to get your competitor for bonus points.

Like its predecessor, this Players Pack features 50 levels of various difficulty (plus a level editor). That should be enough to keep you entertained for a while!

Have fun!

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By Eric

current rating 1.25

Building Blaster 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Physics, Puzzle    - May 11, 2010

Building Blaster 2 is the second installment in the Building Blaster physics puzzle series from 2DGames.

Your goal is to blast the buildings to clear the red zone by placing bombs and tools in the more efficient way.

Adjust timing to your advantage and avoid civilians casualties.

Try to get your competitor for bonus points.

Like its predecessor, Building Blaster 2 features 50 levels of various difficulty (plus a level editor). That should be enough to keep you entertained for a while!

Have fun!

Play Building Blaster

By Eric

current rating 3.55

The 12 Days of Christmas

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   68 comments - December 29, 2009

The 12 Days of ChristmasAs most regular visitors to this site know, Prid spends a lot of time playing Flash games and writing walkthroughs! He is also an occasional Flash game maker, and he has just released an easy Point’n’Click puzzler, The 12 Days of Christmas. He’s looking for your comments! Have fun!

Updated version!

By Eric

current rating 3.60

Beerland

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle   6 comments - May 22, 2009

Beerland If you enjoyed games like Hapland, Cowabanga, Ari or Serendipity in 2D, give a try to Beerland, where your goal is to put an unusual pub on orbit! Yes, you read right, on orbit! Not as good as Hapland but still worth a try, especially if you like beer. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.60

Collider

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Physics, Puzzle   5 comments - April 16, 2009

ColliderColliderAfter he completed his previous game, Block Drop, Dan Russell-Pinson (the author of the popular Tipping Point series) decided to do something completely different so he started experimenting with the Box2D Physics engine.

Once he became comfortable with it, he started fleshing out the core elements of the game by introducing the rolling balls and then coming up with interesting obstacles and gadgets for them to interact with.

When the idea came to make the balls annihilate each other, the physics-based puzzle game Collider really started to take off.

With 25 levels of increasing difficulty, an auto-save feature and hours of dynamically generated music, Collider will appeal to a large audience.

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.60

World of Goo

Categories: Demo, Download, Games, Puzzle, Sponsors, Walkthrough, Windows   25 comments - October 16, 2008

World of Goo is a multiple award winning physics based puzzle / construction game designed Ron Carmel and Kyle Gabler from 2D Boy studio.

Drag and drop living, squirming, talking, globs of goo to build structures, bridges, cannonballs, zeppelins, and giant tongues.

The millions of Goo Balls that live in the beautiful World of Goo are curious to explore – but they don’t know that they are in a game, or that they are extremely delicious.

  • Mysterious Levels: Each level is strange and dangerously beautiful, introducing new puzzles, areas, and the creatures that live in them.
  • World of Goo Balls: Along the way, undiscovered new species of Goo Ball, each with unique abilities, come together to ooze through reluctant tales of discovery, love, conspiracy, beauty, electric power, and the third dimension.
  • The Sign Painter: Someone is watching you.
  • World of Goo Corporation: Congratulations! World of Goo Corporation is the Global Leader in Goo and Goo Related Product, including World of Goo Corporation Trademark Brand Soft Drink Beverage and World of Goo Corporation Trademark Brand Facial Exfoliating Lotion. Succulent!
  • Massive Online Competition: Human players around the world compete in a living leaderboard to build the tallest towers of goo in World of Goo Corporation’s mysterious sandbox.

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By Eric

current rating 3.86

Best Developers of 2007: Top 12

Categories: Awards   4 comments - January 2, 2008

1st Annual Awards1st Annual AwardsA big thank you to everyone that cast a vote in the 2007 Best Developers of the Year.

We are pleased to announce that nearly 5000 votes have been cast since you started voting for your favorite developers.

Without further ado, here are the 12 finalists you picked as the Best Developers of 2007 in their category, ranked by total votes received!

Room Escape games

Paskapet (Russia) – Best Developer 2007 (Room Escape games)

Escape Orange RoomBest Developer 2007 - GoldPaskapet is a very prolific Flash game developer from Russia, who has released six Room Escape games in the last eight months! After the release of Escape Library, Paskapet made five games in the “Colored Rooms” series, Escape Pink Room, Magenta Room, Green Room, Orange Room and Turquoise Room.

Rodrigo Roesler (Brazil)

Trapped - The White RabbitBest Developer 2007 - SilverRodrigo Roesler is a Web designer and a Flash game developer from Brazil. He released Trapped – The White Rabbit last September, the first installment of a very promising trilogy of Point’n’Click adventure and Escape games. The second installment, The Dark, is now live!

Shawn Tanner (U.S.A.)

Escape the PhoneboothBest Developer 2007 - BronzeShawn Tanner is the author of several popular flash games and the Webmaster of Afro-Ninja Productions. Shawn released three Room Escape games this year in his very popular Escape series: Escape the Car, Escape the Closet and Escape the Phone Booth.

Point’n’Click/Adventure games

Bernd Mattiebe (Germany) – Best Developer 2007 (Adventure games)

WoggerBest Developer 2007 - GoldBernd Mattiebe is a German artist and designer. He is also the man who gave life last year to Wogger, a cute red alien. Since then, he has created over 100 chapters for the Wogger Mini series that more and more people enjoy playing every week.

Federico Rutenberg (Argentina)

EsklavosBest Developer 2007 - SilverFederico Rutenberg released the first chapter of Esklavos last April. Esklavos is a Point’n’Click Adventure series involving two young aliens. Since then, he has created 9 more chapters and Esklavos is quickly becoming popular series.

Mateusz Skutnik (Poland)

Covert FrontBest Developer 2007 - BronzeMateusz Skutnik defines himself as a Flash games architect and a graphic novel artist. His best known adventure/escape series so far is Submachine (with two new chapters this year, Submachine 4 and FLF). He also started two new adventure series this year, Covert Front and Daymare Town. The author is now developing “Submachine 5: the Root” that should be released in January.

Puzzle games

Bart Bonte (Belgium) – Best Developer 2007 (Puzzle games)

Factory BallsBest Developer 2007 - GoldBart Bonte is a Flash developer from Belgium who has already developed successful games. More well known for his Room Escape games (the Bonte Room series, A bark in the Dark, Loose the Moose), Bart released several puzzle games in 2007, such as Fields of Logic, Chicken Grow and more recently, Factory Balls.

Yoshio Ishii (Japan)

Hoshi Saga 2Best Developer 2007 - SilverFrom japan, Yoshio Ishii has been designing Flash games for several years now. He is well known for his Neko Series, a series of games involving cats. In 2007, he decided to focus on creating puzzle games, and released some very creative games such as Plupon, the amazing Hoshi Saga series, and more recently, Slidon.

Stephen Harris (New Zealand)

BloonsBest Developer 2007 - BronzeStephen Harris is the author of the Bloons series and many other successful games. The original Bloons game was released last March and became an instant hit. Since then, Stephen has created Bloons World, a site dedicated to Bloons fans, two “Bloons” Tower Defense games, and a few other puzzle/skill games!

Action/Platform/Skill games

John Cooney (U.S.A.) – Best Developer 2007 (Action/Skill games)

Ball Revamped 5Best Developer 2007 - GoldJohn 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!

WeCreateStuff (Israel)

Portal: The Flash VersionBest Developer 2007 - SilverWeCreateStuff 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.

Joel Esler (Australia)

FoldBest Developer 2007 - BronzeJoel 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!

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.

Golf Drive

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Sports   1 comment - September 19, 2007

Golf DriveGolf DriveIt’s golf fans day today: after the previously reviewed Put It In! and its 18 holes mini golf, here is Golf Drive, a 2D prehistoric game of golf, in which you won’t use a club to hit the ball, but a catapult!

Use the left and arrow keys to move your catapult when you don’t have a ball in it and the up and down keys to adjust the angle of your catapult golf club. Click and hold down the left mouse button to adjust the power bar of the catapult and release it to throw the ball.

In Golf Drive, you also have to use the catapult as a golf cart and drive to where you hit the ball. This can get tricky in some of the 18 levels: drive carefully and try not to fall off the edge or the course or you will get an extra shot penalty.

Press the M key to have a view of the whole “fairway” and press C when you can no longer drive to your ball.

Golf Drive is a game that requires some practice and a lot of nerves to obtain consistent results. The last few holes (ice age) are quite difficult, and finishing under par on this course is actually pretty challenging!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.00

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