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Warbears Adventures: An A.R. X-Mas

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click   52 comments - December 25, 2007

An A.R.X-MasAn A.R.X-MasGood news for all Warbears series lovers! Italian developer Gionatan Iasio has just released a new special mission for Christmas, An A.R. X-Mas. The game is available on Gionatan’s website, Warbears.com.

This adventure is supposed to be easier than Mission 3, with an estimated play time of 30 minutes.

There are only two warbears involved in this short story: “It’s X-Mas time all around BTC and Kla stops by Bob at his Furniture shop. But Steve has a secret mission in mind…”

Don’t forget to check your inventory in the top left corner of the game window!

Have fun!

Update: An A.R. X-Mas walkthrough in comment #7 (thanks Adnan!) 

By Eric

current rating 3.40

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Warbears – Mission 3

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   57 comments - November 15, 2007

Warbears - Mission 3Warbears - Mission 3WarBears is an excellent series of Point’n’Click games created by the Italian programmer Gionatan Iasio, and the third mission is finally available on Gionatan’s website, Warbears.com.

In Mission 3, An Oceanic Problem, “An S.O.S. signal was received from the Gas Platform in the Great Ocean! A new enemy surfaced with an evil plan. Will the Warbears be able to stop them?”

Use your mouse over the different Warbears and choose between the actions available. There is no restart button in this new mission, and you will to reach a checkpoint if you want to save your progress.

At the beginning of the year, the author was planning to release a new mission every other month: we had to wait over 10 months (!) to enjoy this new episode, but it was really worth the wait!

Have fun!

Update: Warbears – Mission 3 walkthrough in comment #38 (thanks Mike and nitrox!) 

By Eric

current rating 2.67

Warbears – Puzzle Mission

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   3 comments - June 26, 2007

Warbears - Puzzle MissionWarbears - Puzzle MissionThe Warbears are on their way to the location of Mission 3, but something has diverted their attention!

Puzzle Mission is a Collapse-like puzzle game  (something between Samegame and Tetris) created by Gionatan Iasio that was launched today at Warbears.com.

Here is the announcement I received in my email box earlier today:

“Puzzle Mission’ is a simple blocks style game (note: or a Samegame-like game), but with the usual Warbears twist. Cool animations, in game puzzles to knock out additional blocks, and the Warbears themselves get involved to allow you to take out the more troublesome squares. Based over 10 levels it’s highly addictive and will keep you coming back for more!

The idea is to keep the blocks as low as possible by clicking 3 (or more) blocks of the same color. A new row of blocks come up about every twenty seconds or so, as the game progresses new features and colors arise. Speed up the new rows by clicking the arrow next to the Warbear!

One of the puzzles which arises is a “?” in a black box which you then click to figure out the puzzle. Stone blocks start to come up too, but you can use the Warbears special skills to get rid of them.”

Simply click groups of 3 blocks or more of the same color to eliminate them.

All in All, Puzzle Mission is a simple and well polished puzzle game, with tons of cool animations. If you are a Samegame fan, you will enjoy Puzzle Mission. Oh, and don’t forget to register if you want to submit your score!

Have fun!

By Eric

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Warbears – Mission 1 and Mission 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click   15 comments - January 4, 2007

War Bears - Mission 2WarBears is a series of Point’n’Click games developed by the Italian programmer Gionatan Iasio. The first episode was released in February 2006, and a second mission is now available on Gionatan’s new website, Warbears.com.

In Mission 1, the evil groundhogs were robbing the bank, and your mission was to manage a team of Warbears to rescue the employees, taken hostage by the bad guys!

In Mission 2, it’s now “training time for the Warbears. All around Bedtime City you can sense trouble times coming, so they have to be prepared to face the evil creatures!”

Use your mouse over the different Warbears and choose between the actions available. Just like the Hapland series or Chronon, choosing a wrong action can lead to a failure: in this case, use the restart button and try again.

Everything in Warbears Missions is very nicely done, from the graphics to the soundtrack. The author plans to release a new mission every other month: that’s a great news for all Warbears series lovers! Highly recommended!

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Source: Nordinho

By Eric

current rating 4.00

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2007 Top 10 Developers in the category Adventure games

Categories: Awards   4 comments - 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 Adventure games Developers of 2007, in alphabetical order:

Aztec (Japan)

Dr DokkoyAztec is a Flash Adventure/Escape games designer from Japan. Between June and December 07, Aztec released four unique and superbly crafted games, Shrine (Jinja), Escape from Island, Escape from Octlien and Dr Dokkoy.

Anders Gustafsson (Swede)

GatewayAnders Gustafsson is an independent developer from Swede who mainly works with film and game production. He is well known in the Flash games community for his very popular Point’n’Click Adventure series Gateway. The second installment in the series was released last March.

Gionatan Iasio (Italy)

WarbearsGionatan Iasio is a Flash games designer from Italy and the brilliant mind behind the Warbears series. Warbears Mission 2 and Mission 3 were released this year, and the author is already working on the upcoming fourth installment in the series, “Underwater”.

Makibishi Studio

Makibishi ComicMakibishi Comic is a very creative and original Point’n’Click adventure game created by Makibishi Studio of Japan (their site really deserves a visit!) Makibishi Comic is loaded with fascinating artwork and the overall quality is impressive!

Bernd Mattiebe (Germany)

WoggerBernd 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.

Dan Russell-Pinson (U.S.A.)

Tipping PointDan Russell-Pinson has been programming since the early 80’, but he only started learning Flash a few months ago. Last August, he released the first chapter of Tipping Point, a very promising series of adventure games, and the second chapter went live a few weeks ago.

Federico Rutenberg (Argentina)

EsklavosFederico 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.

On (Japan)

Dwarf CompleteOn of Eyezmaze, the creator of the hugely popular Grow series has released several games this year, with major hits like Dwarf Complete or Grow Island, along with a few others like Neighbours, Grow Nano vol.2 and Galves Adventure.

Mateusz Skutnik (Poland)

Covert FrontMateusz 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.

Trickysheep (New Zealand)

Anika OdysseyTrickysheep is a digital publisher based in New Zealand. The 21st of November, they released Anika’s Odyssey – Land of the Taniwha, “a magical adventure deep into a lush and enchanted land”. The game was coded by Jeff Nusz, the author of another original adventure game released this year, Sprout, with art by Tom Robinson.

Mental

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle, Walkthrough   41 comments - November 7, 2007

MentalMentalMental is a new Puzzle Adventure game created by FreeWorldGroup. Your goal here is to escape the mental hospital in the fastest possible time.

“You control 3 characters in the game. Each can be used to complete different tasks that ultimately helps all of them to escape the hospital.

Pick up objects, complete tasks, solve puzzles and help one another to get around security measures.

Objects can be picked up by one character, then dropped and used by another character.”

Mental reminds me of Warbears series. The game is nicely done, includes a save option and my only complain is that I can’t use the Point’n’Click tag for this one, because you use many keys to play it!

Have fun!

Update: Mental walkthrough in comment #11 (thanks Dthompa!)

By Eric

current rating 4.29

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