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Read “Opium Wars” on Wikipedia | High Tea is based in the 1800′s and you are a British smuggler, smuggling opium in China in return for masses of silver, which you can then trade for tea, thus bringing it back to Britain and making the British citizens happy with you! Watch out! When you buy opium and tea, you always want to buy it for the cheapest prices and then sell for the highest or you might just leave China empty handed and starve the British of their tea! If the British are happy with your efforts they might just award More >
Kongregate, often described as the “YouTube of gaming,” is debuting new Mobile badges. Traditional badges on Kongregate have been earned by completing certain objectives in flash games – which can only be completed on your computer (although, Kongregate has introduced Unity games recently that may have achievements/badges in the near future as the quality of the games are absolutely stunning) Currently these badges are only available on devices that run on Android 2.2 (Froyo) or higher with Flash 10.1. Kongregate has also released their own Android app, which is integrated with your Kongregate account that awards you account with these More >
Peter, over on GameinaBottle, recently (January 11) announced that their newest game GemCraft Labyrinth will be released somewhere around January 31, 2011! Obviously, this is really exciting times, especially if you are a GemCraft fan! There are going to be a ton of new features and changes (don’t worry it will still be a great game!) such as monster movement and sizes, juggling and new beacons! Check out the official game trailer below to learn more:Check out the post by Peter announcing the expected release date of GCL3!
Here’s is a complete walkthrough for the insanely addictive game, Kaleid which is currently being hosted on Kongregate.com. The developer describe Kaleid as “A puzzle game with a kaleidoscopic twist.” 5minutesoff (the developer) has also added the Kongregate Sharing API, so users can now share their levels that they made in the level builder.
Lifehacker is currently hosting a poll to determine which gaming website is peoples’ favorite to find new games. The current leader is Kongregate, with ArmorGames close behind (by 200 votes). Also in the running is TIGdb, MMOGame and Jayisgames.Vote for Your Favorite Flash Portal Now!
As the year is coming to a close this is the time that we look back at the months that lead up to December. Many memorable games have been released this year, such titles as Arkadian Crusade, Achievement Unlocked 2, Cursed Treasure: DTMG, and many, many more! Let’s delve into nostalgia and relish the great year of 2010! Now, in no particular order, here are the best games of 2010!:
Arkandian Crusade (Released on December 20, 2010 by Undefined): Undoubtedly, this last minute release of 2010 has to be on this list! This epic dungeon-like RPG will toss you into a raging war between the More >
Kogregate has announced that they will be hosting a Unity game development contest in celebration of their, new, support for Unity games on their website! There are over $25,000 dollars worth in prizes (or 19,063 EURs). The top 25 games will automatically become finalists and winners will be determined by creativity, innovation, use of Unity and how fun the game is in general. The Unity Game Development Contest will last from now, until February 15, 2011 – that gives you just about two months to get an amazing game together with the Unity software. Voting will take place between February More >
Game Description: Flaming Zombooka 2 is a neat bazooka-based physics puzzler that will challenge you to kill every enemy on the screen, while keeping all healthy humans safe! Flaming Zombooka 2 will definitely make you think outside of the box with its intricate level designs that continuously and constantly keep the game fresh and exciting! Here’s a word from the developer:
Zombie bazooking time has returned, now with more weapons, more gore, more ways to kill zombies, and a choice of character (including a special treat for Kongregate players)
The difficulty was pretty much non-existent. To put it into different words, most More >
Game Description: Does this title sound familiar to you? Of course it does, Zombies Took My Daughter was yet another hit online game by the fantastic and creative mind of Nerdook. Nerdook now presents *drum-roll* Demons Took My Daughter, which has the same idea. You must go stage to stage, holding off waves of enemies is a TD styled gameplay in attempts to rescue your daughter from the treacherous grasps of the evil monsters! Here’s a word from the developer:
Rescue your daughter from the evil (and adorable!) Demons in this hybrid platformer/defence game! Fight a wide variety of enemies (and the 7 Deadly Sins) More >
Game Description: Polar PWND 2 is a nifty physics puzzler based around a Russian environment. In addition, you are in control a polar bear, in attempts to destroy innocent (or maybe not so, innocent) penguins as a war between the polar bears and the penguins continues! This game will challenge you to think outside of the box as you must knock over numerous penguins in one run that could be as far separated as on top of snow and ice covered rooftops to the cold, snowy environment below. As the game progresses enemies will be harder to take down and More >