I was actually pretty addicted to the original version of this logic game, That Level Again, and I played it frequently on my phone. Like its sequel, That Level Again 2, I love that it is a bit of a brain bender! The levels look similar each time, but each one has a new, added twist – so it is kind of like a “write your own story” type of game, in that you don’t know what will change each time around. With each room, you feel like you are back in the same place, but you have to figure out a new way to get the key and out of the room every single time.
If we’re going by a 5 star system, I would give Lets Play Simulator 2 stars. It isn’t the worst thing I’ve ever played and it is just one of many simulator games, so I’m keeping that in mind. However, after playing for about 20 minutes, there was nothing keeping me going. The game says at the start that it isn’t random, but I’m hard pressed to believe that. There doesn’t seem to be any real way to tell whether a video is going to get views or lose you subscribers. And then there are the emails you can’t decline. Sometimes those cost you money and I would understand if they were bills or penalties, but they aren’t. Sometimes they’re friends asking you for money and you just blindly pay.
Archery War is a one of the coolest archery games with a fairly simple premise. You control a stick figure that fires arrows from a bow at other stick figures on a basic board with a single-color background. You can not control the movement of the figure, but you can control where you aim. When the game starts, you’ll be placed on the left side of the screen atop a single platform big enough for your character. An opposing stick figure will appear on the right side of the screen. Your goal is to hit the opponent with enough arrows to kill him before he does the same to you.
Not every game played on a computer or smartphone is all that intellectually rewarding. Who among us has not mindlessly played a few rounds of Angry Birds or some similarly mindless game for a while? There is nothing wrong with enjoying a game like that from time to time, but it is also nice to give the brain a little bit of a work out now and then too. This is why a game like Roll The Ball is so perfect.
Flash driving games are a mixed bag. On one hand, it’s great to have control of a vehicle from the comfort of one’s browser. On the other, there’s the fact that most of these games don’t provide a great experience. Driving is a tough thing to simulate and most games that put in the effort just fall short. Fortunately, there are more arcade-like experiences that bring all the fun of driving without sacrificing too much playability. One of these games is Driving Force 4, which puts players in control of a fairly trigger-happy police cruiser in its quest to accomplish a handful of different objectives.
Gun Builder is an exciting weapon game that allows the player to completely build their own gun. It does an excellent job of slowly introducing the player to each of the parts that they can use by prompting them to build a specific weapon in each level. As the player completes each level, they gain access to new parts. This logical progression of unlocks not only makes the game satisfying as you proceed through the levels, but also allows the player to become comfortable with each part as the game progresses. As the game progresses, the amount of options available to you will open up, but in such a way that you can manipulate them without getting overwhelmed.