Friday Flash Fun: "'Make My Head Grow
' is a two player battle game. Each player control a small angry guy trying to push the other guys box over the edge. As everyone knows smacking your head into the ground makes your head grow - maybe even enough to make your box move..." [more inside]
posted by Rinku
on Feb 13, 2009 -
Infectious Flash Fun. Colonize blobs, send swarms, and win superior numbers. Free multi-player and level editor. Dangerously addictive. [more inside]
posted by The Whelk
on Dec 5, 2008 -
Sumo Volleyball - online competition at its finest.
Yep, Friday flash fun on Tuesday. For those of you who used to have ICQ, this game will be very familiar. Four different variates of play are offered. 1 on 1 is by far the favorite and the most fun, IMHO. One tiny downside, activeX based, and thus, pretty much IE only. There are also other games via the home page
, of which Kung-fu chess is also very popular.
posted by killThisKid
on Jul 23, 2007 -
You may have your own set of acquired tastes, but what of acquired F.E.A.R.
? The multiplayer component of Monolith's latest LithTek
powered franchise has been overhauled and released into the wild - without a price tag in sight. If you've been known to enjoy a bit of the old simulated ultra violence
you'll feel right at home among the frenetic emergence of automatic weapon fire and the spectre of the unarmed takedown.
posted by prostyle
on Aug 21, 2006 -
A little over a year ago, the Guiding Hand Social Club issued a stunning press release
- after months of infiltration and planning they had fulfilled an assassination contract on the CEO of a major corporation and ransacked the corporation's hangers, stealing almost 20 billion ISK, worth over $16,000 USD at the time. See PCGamer's excellent detailed description of the event: pages 1
. As synthetic
worlds like Eve-Online
and World of Warcraft
gain popularity, what should we make of this kind of behavior? Eve's own players respond
. Also, a response with a little more perspective
. And what's going to happen when the IRS catches on
posted by heresiarch
on May 14, 2006 -
- mindless multiplayer Flash violence, because I can't frigging wait for it to be Friday already.
posted by whir
on Dec 20, 2005 -
lets you play music (not MIDI) collaboratively with random people in real-time offset by one measure
posted by Tlogmer
on Jul 15, 2005 -
The thinking man's MMOG
is now live and accepting subscriptions. Someone on mefi noticed this game in development last July
, but very little attention was given to it at that time. What has evolved in the game is an interesting social experiment, rather than your typical hack and slash
Massive Multiplayer game. Many have equated it to Sims Online
, but whereas that game appears to have failed to result in anything that doesn't smell of pig excrement, this title appears to have a soul. In fact, it's garnished its first review
since opening on Feb 15th (shameless self-linking).
posted by thanotopsis
on Feb 25, 2003 -
Addictive game based in large part on discussion.
Perfect for MeFi'ers in my book. There's trivia, there's politics, plenty of "strategery", and the heart of it is the message boards. Plus the added benefit of very few trolls, because to make it in this game, you need to be intelligent and literate. No wonder I'm addicted.
posted by Melinika
on May 18, 2001 -