Didn’t get enough games in part 2? Here are some more!
Described as “Tilt the floor to roll a ball through an obstacle course before time runs out. Neverball is part puzzle game, part action game, and entirely a test of skill.”
Basically speaking you keep rolling a ball by tilting the table before time runs out.
This is a first-person-shooter, 3D, “deathmatch” style and has been around since 2005.
Here’s a video of the gameplay:
Pretty cool if you asked me.
If you know Lemmings, you know Pingus.
Runscape is role-playing style game – and the cool part is that it runs completely in the browser. For those with higher-powered computers, let me tell you – it’s not too shabby once you go full-screen with it. Very few in-browser games do a good full-screen mode, but Runescape does.
To note: While it’s free to play there are paid options as well. But at least you can play for free to see if it’s your thing or not.
This is a 2D side-scroller game with possibly the most interesting description of the lot:
O.K., kids… let’s get this straight. XEvil is not for meek, peace-loving, “I love you, you love me…” types of people. The fans of XEvil enjoy it because of its shameless displays of blood and violence, of people getting lit on fire, getting shot, being ripped up by chainsaws, getting high on drugs, and burst open by aliens.
If that doesn’t say “wholesome”, I don’t know what does.
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