Archive for July, 2012
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Hanna in a Choppa 2, sponsored by addictinggames.com, is the sequel to the great success of 2008 by Deeperbeige and has everything that makes up a typical continuation of a success: more levels, new vehicles and achievements. But for this game, unlike some other games, that does very good for it, but let’s start from the beginning.
In the game, “Hanna More >
Ninja Painter 2 is a new puzzle game by SilenGames, developer of such popular games as Prizma Puzzles, Mushroom Madness (an awesome game by the way) and Granny Strikes Back. Once again, Ninja Painter is making his rounds in houses around the world. This is a fun puzzle game that spans across 36 challenging levels and 54 different in-game awards. The game is now up on Kongregate, along with a helpful walkthrough. If you get stuck, check out the guide below, by SilenGames. Be sure to play Ninja Painters today, on Kongregate!
Deadly Neighbors 2 (DN2) is a new strategy game by Nerdook, a prolific developer who mainly sticks to Kongregate! I remember when the original Deadly Neighbors came out and I thought it was one of the best games Nerdook had developed. Deadly Neighbors 2 lives up to its predecessor and does things in much the same fashion, but also brings a few new concepts to the table that make this game even better than the original. In this game, much like the last, your goal is to kill all of your neighbors in combat, using swords, guns and various projectiles, along More >
Seedling is the newest game by one of my favorite developers, Connor Ullmann, who may be best known for Quietus, but will soon be known for his great new game Seedling. Seedling is an action-adventure game that will trigger some serious nostalgia if you remember playing the original Legend of Zelda. The game is actually played much the same, you explore a strange world and quickly gain access to a sword and shield, as well as various other treasures. Along the way you must venture into various caves and slay creatures. The game takes up much the same graphics of More >
After a long wait, the Endless War series continues! I’ve personally been a big fan of the Endless War series for quite a while now and to see the fifth installment out was very exciting. If you remember play this series then you probably remember playing as a soldier in World War 2 (as well as a chapter or two based in the future) having to take down large numbers of enemies soldier (mostly) all by yourself. Vitaly, the developer, bring back much the same concept of this but instead of running around on your own two feet, you’re now More >