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Blocky 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   3 comments - February 22, 2008

Blocky 2Blocky 2Blocky 2 is the sequel to Blocky, a game created by Wildsnake Software (Shuffle, The Domino Knight). Blocky and Blocky 2 are two timed puzzle games that share some similarities with Nelinurk, a game developed by Tonypa.

The goal in Blocky 2 remains the same: release all the smilies from the board by clicking and dragging a rectangle with like-colored corners.

Blocky 2 includes some time bonuses that give you extra time when collected, but the best addition is that your progress is now automatically saved as you complete each level. 49 levels are available, and the game features a high score table.

If you enjoyed Blocky, you will love this one as well!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.00

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Cobacoli

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Pool, Skill   3 comments - February 18, 2008

CobacoliCobacoliAfter ShoOot 2, Cobacoli is the second game released this month by Tonypa, something between marbles and pool. Your goal here is to clear the board by knocking each of the colored balls into a wall of the same color with your white ball.

To do so, use your mouse to aim in the right direction and click to shoot. You have only a limited number of shoots and each time your white ball hits a colored wall, your shoot count is decreased by one. No more shoot and it is game over.

Despite its simple graphics and gameplay, Cobacoli is a fun and highly challenging game, especially in later levels (30 in total). And yes, it is true, this game is very difficult to master, but it is also very, very… addictive. A must-play game for all pool fans.

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.00

ShoOot 2 – Revenge of Square

Categories: Arcade, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Shooter   3 comments - February 14, 2008

shoOot 2shoOot 2 is a little arcade shooter created by Tonypa. Your goal here is to destroy as many “circles” as possible with a constantly rotating square locked in auto-fire mode. Use your mouse to move the square and use the “z” and “x” keys to control the speed of rotation. shoOot 2 is a very simple shooter with a few power-ups that (be warned) becomes very hard in later levels. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.00

Blocky

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   3 comments - June 29, 2007

BlockyBlockyCreated by Wildsnake Software (Shuffle) for Shockwave, Blocky is a timed puzzle game that shares some similarities with Nelinurk, a game developed by Tonypa.

“The Smilies are feeling blocked in and sad! Help them escape – and make them giggle – by clicking and dragging a rectangle with four like-colored corners”. The larger the rectangle, the more Smilies you release (and the more points you score).

Blocky is easy to play with just a few squares and only two or three colors but things get much more complex with tons of blocks and four colors and more. Note that you get some extra time for every block removed from the board (even the non smiley-ones).

Blocky is a fun and addictive short game, perfect for a 5-10 minute break.

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.50

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Beat Bubbles

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Others    - November 24, 2006

Beat BubblesBeat BubblesBeat Bubbles is a small and simple musical game, in which you have to press the arrow keys and the space bar as quickly as possible and in sequence to match the symbols displayed in the game window.

When you reach the gauge at the end of a level, simply tap the right key repeatedly to fill it and advance to the next level.

A few dancing notes of music follow your progression and show where you are in the sequence; any mistake will remove one of them. To spice up the game, the authors added a timer for each level: run out of time or loose all your musical notes and the game is over!

A couple of power-ups in the space bar symbols will give you extra time or an extra musical note.

Short and simple, Beat Bubbles is a nice way to waste five minutes of your time: Have fun!

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KeywayBeat Bubbles also inspired Keyway, the latest game developed by Tonypa. The author confessed “to be a great fan of Japanese games portal HanGame” where Beat Bubbles first appeared under the name Music Brothers. Tonypa “did it first for an Estonian children website and only after redesigning it“, add it to his collection of games on his own site.

Give it a try and compare the two games!

By Eric

current rating 4.00

GearTaker

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - September 29, 2006

GearTakerGearTakerGearTaker is a skill game released by Tonypa by the end of July on his website. This game is inspired from another of his games, High Wheels.

The object here is to jump from wheel to wheel as they turn. Use your mouse to aim and click to jump. Don’t miss your target, or your small character will end in an edge of the playfield, and the game will be over!

There is no gravity in GearTaker, and once your character is in the air, he will draw a straight dotted line to his final destination, hopefully another wheel! The longer the successful jump, the more points awarded.

Once your character reached a new wheel, the previous one almost disappears. Jump on all the wheels to complete a level and never forget to choose wisely your next target: the longest jumps are usually the most difficult to deal with (feel free to take your time, the game is not timed).

The soundtrack is very unusual and very original: you will either like it or hate it. Click the mute button four times (a little black square at the bottom of the game window – main screen) if it bothers you.

All in all, GearTaker is a very short and simple game, which definitely deserves a chance to play with your nerves. Have fun!

By Eric

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PixelField

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - September 25, 2006

PixelFieldPixelFieldPixelField is a skill game which was released by Tonypa on his website in 2004 and then updated in late 2005. The object of the game here is to collect all the blue energy pixels around the playfield with your red base and its three “satellites”, in a minimum number of moves and without touching anything!

Just use your mouse to click where you want to move your base but be careful: the three small red satellites rotating around your small triangle are hanged to it with elastic wires, and you will quickly realize how difficult it is to minimize the number of moves with such a handicap!

Each blue collected dot is worth ten points and each move costs one point. You start the game with three lives and you loose one each time you touch any obstacle.

The game features 30 levels increasing gradually in difficulty and all playable in any order. A few bonus levels can be unlocked when you complete 4, 5, 6 and 7 levels in a row without losing any life.

With its nice soundtrack and a few very tricky levels (25 to 30), PixelField is as addictive as it is challenging. Will you be able to complete all the levels? Only a few gamers did it so far… Have fun!

By Eric

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NeliNurk

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   1 comment - September 21, 2006

NeliNurkNeliNurkNeliNurk is another short but very interesting puzzle released by Tonypa two years ago on his website.

The object of the game here is to locate four tiles of the same color in an 8 x 8 playfield such that they form a rectangle or a square. Click on each tile representing a corner of your rectangle to remove them from the playfield. Every tile located above the removed corner tiles slide down, to “fill the holes”.

When there are no more tiles in the upper row, two new rows of tiles fall down from the top of the screen to fill the playfield.

Each time you complete a new rectangle, the number of tiles contained in the rectangle is added to your score and a bar located below the playfield fills up. Once the bar is full, it turns red and the first red tiles appear randomly from the top of the playfield to increase the difficulty.

The game ends when you can’t find any more set of four identical tiles to form a new rectangle.

After a few games, you will understand that there are only two ways to play NeliNurk: you can just select the first set of tiles you find and proceed to the next step, or you can search deeper trying to avoid dead ends configurations. It’s your choice, but don’t expect to play more than five minutes without any strategy. Have fun!

By Eric

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GemSmith

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle    - September 20, 2006

GemSmithGemSmithGemSmith is a puzzle game released in July 2005 by the Estonian developer Tonypa.

GemSmith includes in fact two different games, Ruby and Diamond, both featuring… gems, in a no time limit challenge!

The object of Ruby is to place with your mouse some colored gems (6 different colors) on a hexagonal playfield such that there is never more than one gem of the same color in any continuous row. If you can’t place a remaining gem anywhere on the playfield, try to swap it with another one already placed before.

In the second game, Diamond, you goal is to rotate different gems already placed on a playfield and connect them together such that it doesn’t remain any unused connector. Click a gem to rotate it clockwise and hold down a shift key while clicking to rotate the gem counterclockwise.

Each game features 5 different levels. You start a game with a capital of 100 points, and it decreases by one point for each click. 100 points are added to your total each time you complete a level. Both games end after completing the 5th level, or when there are no more points available.

Diamond is much more fun to play than Ruby, probably because the first one is much easier than the second one! Do you want to challenge your neurons for 10 to 20 minutes with GemSmith? Have fun!

By Eric

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Dr Carter and the Wheels of Salvation

Categories: Arcade, Flash, Free, Games, Online   3 comments - September 17, 2006

Wheels of SalvationWheels of SalvationWhat happens when a cool Flash game with an interesting and new concept is launched? After a while, a remake or a sequel to the original game is released, sometimes better, sometime worse.

“Dr Carter and the Wheels of Salvation” was released on miniclip.com mid 2005, and borrows the concept of High Wheels, a game design by Tonypa. Only a few people know that Tonypa worked for Miniclip on this sort of sequel to his game, changing the code and adding some extra features for the occasion.

Ben Gillbanks, a web designer and games developer, well known in the blogosphere for his famous WordPress Regulus theme (the one used here on FreeGamesNews!), worked on the Wheels of Salvation and improved graphics, animations and music to turn the original game into something more appealing for the online gamers. The question now is which one do you prefer, between the original and its remake? Have fun!

By Eric

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High Wheels

Categories: 5 minute, Arcade, Flash, Free, Games, Online   3 comments - September 15, 2006

High WheelsHigh WheelsHigh Wheels is a little Flash game released by Tonypa late 2004. The object here is to collect as many red dots as possible by jumping from wheel to wheel as they turn. Use your mouse to aim and click to jump. Each collected red dot adds one point to your score.

The game is timed and you have only 5 minutes or 300 seconds to collect as many red dots as possible. A floating blue dot appears randomly from time to time: try to catch it to get 10 extra points, no gravity, stopped wheels or 10 seconds extra time. Get an extra bonus by clearing the board.

As often with Tonypa games, High Wheels is a short one, perfect for a coffee break. With only one level to complete (or at least try to) and minimalist graphics, the author seems to have focused mostly on polishing the concept! And the result is another “easy to learn, tricky to play” addictive game. Have fun!

By Eric

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Oh My God! The Bugs Are Coming!

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Skill    - September 14, 2006

Oh My God! The Bugs Are Coming!Oh My God! The Bugs Are Coming!Oh My God! The Bugs Are Coming! is a small skill game designed by Tonypa in which you will have to avoid the bugs as long as you can with your bubble. If any bug hits your bubble, the game is over.

Control your pink bubble with your mouse: the bubble simply follows your pointer movements, slightly behind. To add difficulty to the game, your bubble expands every five seconds, making it less and less manoeuvrable. Luckily, a small yellow bubble appears from time to time and if you manage to catch it before it leaves the playfield, your bubble size decreases slightly for a few seconds, before expanding again.

OMG! The Bugs Are Coming! is another example of a very simple and very small game (download size: 30Kb) that can become addictive quickly. Expect 1 to 4 minutes per game. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 2.00

Save The Shoppers

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   1 comment - September 13, 2006

We start today a series of reviews of the most interesting games released by Tonypa so far. Tonypa is an Estonian designer, very well known in the online gamers and Flash developers community. Most of his games are available for free on his personal website.

Save The ShoppersSave The ShoppersSave the shoppers is a small puzzle game related to consumerism: the object here is to help shoppers save money by drawing lines to block them before they reach the shop!

Shoppers come in four different colors, red, blue, green and yellow. In each new level from the fourth one, you have to draw four different lines, a red, a blue, a green and a yellow one, always in this order. The red line blocks red shoppers, the blue line blue shoppers and so on.

If a shopper reaches the shop, this one grows and get bigger. The game ends when the shop fills the entire playfield. Use your mouse to draw lines where needed.

Shoppers appear randomly all around the playfield, and a new shopper is added for each level completed (1 shopper in level 1, 10 shoppers in level 10). Save all shoppers to go to the next level.

Save The Shoppers is an example of a very simple and very small game (download size: 22 Kb!) that can become very addictive quickly. The idea is as simple as brilliant, with a high replay value. Strongly recommended for a very short break. Have fun!

By Eric

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