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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Cryopyre » Mon Dec 15, 2008 5:06 am UTC

It's glitchy as hell. I had my balls escape twice from a trap.
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Postby el_loco_avs » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:05 am UTC

Cryopyre wrote:It's glitchy as hell. I had my balls escape twice from a trap.


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Postby micco » Thu Dec 18, 2008 2:50 pm UTC

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Postby I Am Raven » Thu Dec 18, 2008 4:35 pm UTC

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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Bukkarooo » Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:52 pm UTC

Just joined, hehe.

And you should stop by the Rules threads. No live links until you have at least five posts, please. - Hammer

Anyway, this is a good list. I like a lot of the games I see, Cave Story and Warning Forever sticking out to me in the list.

In the spirit of WF, I have a game to toss in that I'm surprised is not on here yet:
http://mokeron.hp.infoseek.co.jp/zg/fraxy_main.html

It's a wondrous little shmup that goes by the name of Fraxy. It's played from a top-down perspective, with completely free movement, aiming and firing is done with the mouse, same with swapping weapons. There are two "modes"to play:
Free Play- select a boss from your list, or just fight them randomly.
Try- play "Try Files", or scenarios that choose what bosses you fight, where they spawn, what rank, etc.

Sounds a little lackluster, right? Well, you'll change your mind when I tell you that
EVERYTHING in Fraxy is customizeable.

The music, backgrounds, player sprite, heads up display, ship type and weapon loadout, text font and size in menus, the Try files, and even the bosses themselves. Fraxy comes with an intuitive Boss editor, where you add, move, and angle different parts. Guns, plates, aiming panels and joints, etc. There's also an "events" system, which opens up even more possibilities. By using events, you can set weapons to turn on when a part is destroyed, boosters to turn on, the boss to stop moving, adjust bullet speed, angle, etc. The possibilities are endless! Well, untill you hit the 500 or so part limit. But that's plenty to work with! Even better is how easy it is to share your creations! The boss is saved as a .fed file, and at their largest are still well under 1mb. You can send the file to other people, add them to your own enemy folder, and easily put them up for download over these glorious tubes we call the interweb.

http://fraxy.kafuka.org/wiki/User:Bukkarooo/Bosses
That is where all my most current bosses are. Mostly, these are my best. I have MANY other creations, but I'm not gonna post any more outside site links. PM me if you want them. Feel free to poke around that Wiki, too. It's made by a great community (which I am a part of) and is full of bosses, try files, tutorials, and plenty of other things to help you get started! There's a list that explains every part, a tutorial on Extra Parameters, wishlists, and more!

Fraxy is near constantly updated by it's sole creator, Mon, with more parts, bug fixes, more versatility, and player weapons, too. If your a shmup fan, and at all creative, you should love fraxy. Feel free to PM me with any questions you may have.

Oh, and enjoy!
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Postby Babam » Fri Dec 19, 2008 4:38 am UTC

Bukkarooo wrote:Just joined, hehe.

And you should stop by the Rules threads. No live links until you have at least five posts, please. - Hammer

Anyway, this is a good list. I like a lot of the games I see, Cave Story and Warning Forever sticking out to me in the list.

In the spirit of WF, I have a game to toss in that I'm surprised is not on here yet:
http://mokeron.hp.infoseek.co.jp/zg/fraxy_main.html

It's a wondrous little shmup that goes by the name of Fraxy. It's played from a top-down perspective, with completely free movement, aiming and firing is done with the mouse, same with swapping weapons. There are two "modes"to play:
Free Play- select a boss from your list, or just fight them randomly.
Try- play "Try Files", or scenarios that choose what bosses you fight, where they spawn, what rank, etc.

Sounds a little lackluster, right? Well, you'll change your mind when I tell you that
EVERYTHING in Fraxy is customizeable.

The music, backgrounds, player sprite, heads up display, ship type and weapon loadout, text font and size in menus, the Try files, and even the bosses themselves. Fraxy comes with an intuitive Boss editor, where you add, move, and angle different parts. Guns, plates, aiming panels and joints, etc. There's also an "events" system, which opens up even more possibilities. By using events, you can set weapons to turn on when a part is destroyed, boosters to turn on, the boss to stop moving, adjust bullet speed, angle, etc. The possibilities are endless! Well, untill you hit the 500 or so part limit. But that's plenty to work with! Even better is how easy it is to share your creations! The boss is saved as a .fed file, and at their largest are still well under 1mb. You can send the file to other people, add them to your own enemy folder, and easily put them up for download over these glorious tubes we call the interweb.

http://fraxy.kafuka.org/wiki/User:Bukkarooo/Bosses
That is where all my most current bosses are. Mostly, these are my best. I have MANY other creations, but I'm not gonna post any more outside site links. PM me if you want them. Feel free to poke around that Wiki, too. It's made by a great community (which I am a part of) and is full of bosses, try files, tutorials, and plenty of other things to help you get started! There's a list that explains every part, a tutorial on Extra Parameters, wishlists, and more!

Fraxy is near constantly updated by it's sole creator, Mon, with more parts, bug fixes, more versatility, and player weapons, too. If your a shmup fan, and at all creative, you should love fraxy. Feel free to PM me with any questions you may have.

Oh, and enjoy!

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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Bukkarooo » Sat Dec 20, 2008 1:07 am UTC

Babamthegrunt wrote:I <3 you for this link


^.^ no problem, love to share such a great game

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Postby aion7 » Sat Dec 20, 2008 3:56 am UTC

Now I'm addicted to another game. Thanks a lot Fraxy, and thanks a lot Bukkarooo.
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Postby Naurgul » Sat Dec 20, 2008 3:14 pm UTC

This list took me a while to make, so I hope you enjoy the games. It's a collection of the best website-based or very small size games I've come across in the past few months. Some of them seemed too popular to not have even one mention here but I searched and they didn't; maybe some entries were lost in the process of moving from the old thread to the new one? Anyway, here goes; they are in my personal order of preference:

  • Passage: A profound 5-minute game that provides a view to the process of living one's life.
    Passage is meant to be a memento mori game. It presents an entire life, from young adulthood through old age and death, in the span of five minutes. Of course, it's a game, not a painting or a film, so the choices that you make as the player are crucial. There's no "right" way to play Passage, just as there's no right way to interpret it. However, I had specific intentions for the various mechanics and features that I included.
  • Crayon Physics: A game where you solve puzzles by drawing shapes which are then turned into objects.
    You play with crayons and physics. The goal is to move the red ball so that it collects the stars. You can cause the red ball to move by drawing physical objects.
  • Knytt Stories: A cute little 2D platform-adventure game. It resembles Zelda games in the sense that the new abilities you get allow you to explore the world more which results in getting more abilities and so on in a delicate and delicious virtuous circle. "In Knytt Stories, each level is its own little adventure. One level is included with the game, where you have to stop a machine that draws the life out of the planet. An official expansion pack is also featured at the website with four original levels." I just noticed this has already been posted; the name isn't mentioned but this game is on the "Niffla's games" site which appears on the list. Sorry. :oops:
  • Storyteller: You move the characters around to change the course of a fairy tale. Simple yet elegant.
    You are presented with a timeline, split into vignettes. It’s an interactive story about three characters and their choices in life in the context of a fairy tale. You can move them around in their vignettes to change their roles and what they do about it.
  • Grey Matter: A very intense, mind-melting little game.
    An anti shooter, or a shooter without bullets. Essentially you're the bullet. Run into the exposed brains of incoming attackers to destroy them. Killing 3 of the same type of enemy will cause a "Trinity attack" killing everything inside it. Avoid enemy dangers (flashing bullets, tails, teeth and lazers)
  • Metro Rules of Conduct: A small 5-minute game that's a satire of public transportation awkwardness.
    A game about the awkward situation of commuting in my hometown, Stockholm. Look at mobile phones, MP3 players and breast for score, but whatever you do - avoid eye contact!
  • Factory Balls 2: You are given a few tools, a generic ball and a target-ball. You have to use the tools in the right order to craft the target-ball.
    Drag and drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball physics in each level
  • Coign of Vantage:You have to align a sparse collection of pixels in a 3D space and view them from the right angle so that a 2D image emerges. The controls are kinda awkward but it's worth a try.
    Put your spatial perception into perspective with this 3d puzzle game. Assemble as many images from an abstract cloud as you can before time runs out.
  • Hoshi Saga 3: You have to burn find the hidden stars.
  • MArcomage: A free online TCG.
    Arcomage is a fantasy turn-based card game. This card game simulates an epic battle between two empires including features such as constructing new buildings, training troops and decimating the enemy empire with standard attacks or sneaky tactics such as intrigue or spells. MArcomage (Multiplayer Arcomage) is its online version for two human players.
  • Zahada: One of those riddle websites
    This is a series of challenging puzzles, each with a short answer. Sometimes it is a single word, sometimes a string of letters or numbers. Sometimes it can be more than one word.
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Bukkarooo » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:31 am UTC

aion7 wrote:Now I'm addicted to another game. Thanks a lot Fraxy, and thanks a lot Bukkarooo.


My pleasure ^.^

And Naurgul, there are some good games you got there hehe

Gonna try passage a little later, because that seems like it could be pretty cool

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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby thepope » Mon Dec 29, 2008 4:29 pm UTC

Fans of zombie games should enjoy this one inspired by Left 4 Dead. Left4kDead
I believe it was created for a contest so the actual size is under 4k, hence the name.
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby I Am Raven » Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:11 pm UTC

Not a great fan.
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Postby 4=5 » Wed Dec 31, 2008 7:00 am UTC

a really cool game where you are a programer/alchemist
The Codex of Alchemical Engineering
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put that on the first level for an an interesting mechanism

another game by the same people
Bureau of Steam Engineering
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby poxic » Wed Dec 31, 2008 7:26 am UTC

Distraction Game:
http://www.tokenarcade.com/play-575-Distraction_Game.html

It's good for a maximum of 10 minutes of play, but it's one of the funniest games I've played in a while. Do play with the sound up. :D
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Bukkarooo » Fri Jan 02, 2009 12:15 pm UTC

http://maidmarian.com/

Some cool MMO shockwave games there.

The best is probably Tank Ball 2.

Very fun ^.^

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Postby ACU-LP » Tue Jan 06, 2009 5:55 am UTC

Sonny was good, but also now there is Sonny 2; which has more storyline, better/more diverse items, more specialised playability and more unique items, effects and abilities. It is a bit short though....
*edit: thanks to the below poster for linking it.
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Postby thepope » Tue Jan 06, 2009 7:46 pm UTC

ACU-LP wrote:Sonny was good, but also now there is Sonny 2; which has more storyline, better/more diverse items, more specialised playability and more unique items, effects and abilities. It is a bit short though....

And that game can be found here. Sonny 2
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby wst » Sun Jan 11, 2009 8:35 pm UTC

Conquest: Divide and Conquer
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Simultaneous Turn Based Tactics/Strategy game. Designed to be fast. It's simple to play (drag and drop), but it's quite hard to play successfully. It's held my attention quite well. There's a small community growing around it, but there's a competition ladder starting up at this very moment (I'm a spectator on the first match as I type this!)

Not sure about on Windows, but it doesn't need installing on *nix, just run the shell script 'Conquest'. ~33MB download, fast server.
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Postby I Am Raven » Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:01 pm UTC

Sin Mark. You're an arrow firing dude killing monsters. Be sure to collect the runes before you destroy all the portals.

Funny little game. Dodge the "rockets".
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby Amoeba » Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:20 pm UTC

Jesus Christ you have confused me

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Postby PatrickRsGhost » Sun Jan 25, 2009 4:00 pm UTC

If you've ever eaten at Cracker Barrel, you know about those little peg game things on their tables. Those can take up some valuable waiting time while your food's being cooked. There's an online version, just as bad.

Note: There are two versions on that page that will open in a new window. You need Java in order to play.

Cracker Barrel Peg Game
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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:43 am UTC

Yeah, this is a list of browser based games. On occasion, small downloads with no real installer also get included on the list for various reasons. Usually because they were either already there and I'm too lazy to remove them, or I like them.

Anything with "its worth the large download :)" in it's description is pretty much immediately thrown out of consideration.

On the other hand... splitting it out is also an excellent choice.
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Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

Postby TZer0 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:09 am UTC

Seriously nice list and thanks for not including RuneScape :P.

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Postby someguy » Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:40 am UTC

What? No Submachine Series? They're chock fulla puzzles, guys!

Covert Front is also good.
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Postby Babam » Sat Jan 31, 2009 6:19 am UTC

Very interesting concept at work here:
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Postby Ended » Sat Jan 31, 2009 8:27 pm UTC

Babamthegrunt wrote:Very interesting concept at work here:
Closure

Neat. Atmospheric as well, despite the minimalist design.
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Postby Babam » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:02 am UTC

Rhythm World is also very cool, think FoF plus some DJ games all in one convenient constantly updated flash file.
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Postby eviloatmeal » Fri Feb 13, 2009 8:28 am UTC

Nobody mentioned Whiteboard Tower Defense?!

No need to warn you that this game is potentially extremely addictive and frustrating.
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Postby kinigget » Fri Feb 13, 2009 7:01 pm UTC

I have just two words for you: stormwinds steampunk setting + tower defense + FPS = awesome. I've linked to the two most recent games, as they are much upgraded from the original, adding skill points for your weapons and multiple campaigns.
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Postby slaxor » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:57 pm UTC

Oh cool! I've been looking forward to Sonny 2!

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Postby the_bandersnatch » Fri Feb 27, 2009 12:20 pm UTC

This is a frustratingly addictive little flash puzzler: Jelly Blocks
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Postby Bright Shadows » Sun Mar 08, 2009 12:55 am UTC

I would suggest I Want To Be The Guy...
It's got a small download, and isn't MAC compatible, but it's an epic platformer.
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Postby henre » Sun Mar 08, 2009 2:51 pm UTC

Two tiny downloadables, comparable to Portal in terms of length and awesomeness:

Eversion
Verge

Though they are by different authors, they are both dark and creepy, and based on extracts from H.P. Lovecraft's Commonplace Book, essentially a scrapbook of ideas that he never made anything of. They were entries in a competition.
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Postby Chfan » Sun Mar 08, 2009 2:59 pm UTC

Homestarrunner.com has some good games. I suggest:

Peasant's Quest
Dangeresque 1: Behind the Dangerdesque
Thy Dungeonman 3
Stinkoman
Trogdor

http://www.homestarrunner.com/games.html
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Postby henre » Sun Mar 08, 2009 4:11 pm UTC

...Oh man, that Codex of Alchemical Engineering is awesome. Takes me back to TIM, that does.
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Postby aion7 » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:08 am UTC

henre wrote:Two tiny downloadables, comparable to Portal in terms of length and awesomeness:

Eversion
Verge

Though they are by different authors, they are both dark and creepy, and based on extracts from H.P. Lovecraft's Commonplace Book, essentially a scrapbook of ideas that he never made anything of. They were entries in a competition.

Those are both awesome. So very awesome.
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Postby psyck0 » Mon Mar 09, 2009 3:25 am UTC

Anyone know of a flash space shooter game where you played as one ship among an army of 20-30, with different kinds of ships, and you had a massive dogfight with up to 3 other different-coloured armies, and switched to other ships and other kinds of ships when you died?

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Postby kinigget » Mon Mar 09, 2009 4:00 am UTC

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