Your mission is simple: fire grappling hooks into the ceiling until you've popped every bubble on the screen. Do this before time runs out and you advance to the next stage. A great throwback to the classic Buster Bros. game.
Life is tough, especially when you're a bubble. This little gem of a game is simplicity at it's best. Score as many points as you can before you die, and watch out for the mines! Grab super bubbles for various game changes and bonus points.
Your basic action arcade game, fly around as a ninja throwing stars and fireballs at people and killing every other ninja, along with giant girls who shoot fireballs and a tsunami dragon. All in a days work for your standard issue ninja.
Swim around and eat fish bigger than you are, avoiding fish bigger than you. This is the life of a fish. It's a dog eat dog world.. except in water, and there aren't any dogs. Also, check out the improved Fishy at xGen!
Feel like a taking a hike in your robin hood costume and hunting some rabbits? How about eagles? No, perhaps an ostrich is more to your liking. This simple, unique hunting game offers a fun time challenge, with some fun bonus items. Keep shooting animals to keep your timeclock alive!
Fly Plane is a simple, but fun flying game. See how long you can navigate your plane through a course of checkpoints without missing one. It starts out easy, but the checkpoints keep coming faster and further apart.
A fairly basic 2d arcade scroller, Pol features a fat naked guy running away from some scientists. Eat the bonus food and drink for extra health while avoiding things that hurt, like land mines and ... balloons.
A fun game with a single objective: Blaze a trail through as many different grids as possible, avoiding holes and grabbing bonus lives as you go. The left mouse button jumps, and moves you left and right.
Fly down the river, shooting everything in sight. Just be sure not to get hit! River Raid is a cleaned up and well done flash port of the 80's Atari game River Raid. For those of you old enough to remember Atari, you'll find it plays very much like the original - Great!
Navigate your fireball through increasingly difficult caves, while hitting as many Thrillsuckers as possible. Avoid cave walls and other obstacles to stay alive as long as possible to become a true Rigelian hotshot.
Just imagine a circular pinball machine with a gravity center, and you've get the game Plastic Balls. Knock out all the bumbers on each level to advance, and keep your ball out of the gravity pit. Grab some bonuses along the way too!
Twiddle Stix is rather unique, very simple, and yet very fun. You're a stick trying to navigate your way long water paths from one drain to the next, while spinning slowing with the current. Hit too many walls and it's game over. Sounds easy, right?
Dabrutack Jump N Rhyme is fairly straight forward, though the timing to finish both levels is fairly difficult. The arrow keys jump, duck, and move you forward or back, while the space bar throws microphone's if you have enough flow, gathered by collecting bling bling.
This is a condom emulation game. It shows you what your life might be like as a condom, trying to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Well, not really, but it's still fun. Bounce the sperm away, and type contraception quickly when one gets through.
Practice avoiding those brown nosing co-workers, while eating as many donuts as possible. Apparently the ratio of donuts eaten is proportional to time slacked off. Drink some coffee while you're at it.
Be all the Black Knight you can be, by smashing and pillaging for your king. The more you loot, the longer you get to keep your title. Buy power-ups and better weapons between levels to increase your haul. Don't smack the witch, she hits back.
Snowy is very reminiscent of Bubble Bobble. It's simple, fun, creative, and non-violent. Run around throwing snowballs at the monster until they're entirely covered. Push the snowballs to catch other monsters. Clear the screen to advance.
Beer Dude 2 is a simple Mario like game, where the objective is simply to collect all the beer while avoiding the bad guys (working stiffs, police, etc). There's a bonus barrel to collect in each level if you have enough time to snag it.
Turbo Spirit is much like the popular 80's arcade racing game Pole Position, for those of you old enough to remember. The main difference is you're on a motorcycle, but it's still got that old feel to it. It's a very well done recreation.
Raiden IIS is an Atari game, given new life on the web in Flash. It's a fun shooter, though the game can get ridiculously tough at certain points. Shoot anything that moves, grab all the powerups you can, and try to stay alive. Don't forget to use your bombs.
Break It is a basic Arkanoid game. It's well built and has quite a few fun power-ups and such, as well as a unique swiveling paddle. Break all the bricks in a level to advance, and grab the bonus points as they fall.
A game built around Nintendo's classic Excitebike, Rocket Biker features items, bike upgrades, and much cleaner, easier gameplay. Race your bike against a bunch of different opponents, and collect as many points as possible while avoiding the obstacles.
A funny adaptation of the classic Kung Fu game, this one has cameo appearances from heroes like Mega Man. Though the game is ridiculously tough, it plays well. Punch, kick, and karate decapitate your way through throngs of opponents until you get to the boss of each level.
A play on the annoying acronyms that plague chatrooms and internet bulletin boards, ROFL Attack is a helicoper side scroller game with everything drawn in ascii. Drop WTF bombs, kill LOL Skaters, and blast LMAO planes.
Play as Batman, attempting to stop the Penguin and his henchmen from robbing Gotham Bank. Punch, Kick, and Batterang you way through waves of henchmen to get to the bottom of the bank and find out what's really going on.
Heli Attack 2 is truly a masterpiece of flash. The objective is to simply take out as many helicopters as you can, while gathering weapons and avoiding the gunship's line of fire. Use your hyperjump and time distortion abilities to help you survive longer!
A fun, simple little arcade jump, run, and slash game, Xevoz features creatures from the popular Hasbro line of toys. Slash and slice your way through mobs of enemies, and find the teleporter to the final boss level.
A third Atari Raiden port, this one is more complete and has easier controls, as well as a more smooth, reasonable pace to the game. Raiden X is complete with a save game feature, as well as a few other bells and whistles, while still a basic forward scrolling shooter staying true to the original.
An eclectic remake of Mike Tyson's Punch Out for the Nintendo, Breakfast Brawl plays virtually identically but with well built, breakfast themed characters. Knock out the bad breakfast choices, and beat the bagel to become a breakfast champion.
You're the pilot of a small craft defeating an entire army. Sound familiar? Yep, a flying side scroller, Alpha Force is actually quite fun though the bosses are very difficult to beat without both your smart bombs. Pick up powerups and dodge the bullets.
Defend your turret position, blasting away the oncoming hordes by any means available. Use shockwaves and regular firepower to hold your position, while earning upgrades whereever possible to keep up with the growing threat.
Help Carl find his head in 12 fun-filled levels. You star as meatwad, the incredibly flexible piece of living meat. Protect Carl and aid him in getting by obstacles by using various forms at the right time.
An entertaining game with syntax written in Japanese, the characters look much like the smash hit 90's Power Rangers show characters. Fight through as many levels as possible or fight a single level choosing your boss.
It's only got one level, but Eggsterminator is still an entertaining diversion. Fight your way through some obstacles and pick up the eggonator to really turn up the heat. See if you can beat the egg launching chicken.
A fun arcade shooter, the objective is simply to kill as many ships as possible while avoiding collisions and enemy fire. The more ships you blast, the more cash you get. Spend your cash on ship upgrades to keep your head above water as the enemies get tougher.
The classic pong rebuilt into a more exciting and intense showdown. Fight against the computer, banking shots off the walls to pick up bonus attacks and game changers. Knock out the computers life meter before your own to win.
Very reminiscent of Golden Axe and Double Dragon, you fight through groups of enemies towards an end stage boss. Get through as many stages as you can, collecting magic along the way for those situations where you need an extra boost.
Fight through screen after screen as a human-like set of blobs. Punch, shoot, and annihilate your way through enemies to break out of the mental hospital. Grab health boosters as you go to keep yourself in tip top mentally ill shape.
An adaptation of the basic lander game, Thrust involves not only picking up unwieldy balls and carrying them out into space, but also dodging enemies and blasting them, while keeping an eye on your fuel gages and refueling at fuel ports.
A fun 2d scroller, the main focus is on the action where it should be. Beat down the kids with an array of combinations, or just use good old fashioned face punching, butt kicking, and titty twisting. Avoid the nasty cars and other dangers of the playground.
Like a simple version of Street Fighter, just fight your way through as many opponents as you can manage. Utilize your super moves when available, and see if you can beat the end-boss. That is, if you can make it that far.
Blast your way through several levels, blasting zombies, acid spitting spiders, blood sucking bats and more. Enter doors to pickup extra weapons and health, and find (and beat) the boss in each level to advance to the next stage.
Run around screaming things into submission and eating souls, in order to graduate from wimpy demon to scary overlord demon. Watch out for blobs, flying eyeballs, and of course spikey death strips. This is hell after all, watch your step.
Blast your way through several levels, punching through a variety of enemies with an increasingly strong cannon blast. If you can make it to the last level, you get to fight the end game spaceship boss.
An interesting variation of Asteroids, Doom Runner pits you against an ever increasingly tough fleet of ships that fire various weapons. You have an arsenal of missles, blasters, and energy waves to protect yourself. See how long you can last!
You're the last hope, a priest on a mission to save the town from the rampaging zombie hordes. Blast through the minions with several guns, fighting your way to the devil himself. Be careful not to waste the few survivors.
Use your insane guitar shredding skills to knock out everybody who gets in your way. Like a simplified Bubble Bobble game with a hard rock theme, the mission is simple: Kill everything on each level, and don't get hurt along the way.
A well drawn world with superb controls and lots of creative challenge, this Sonic meets Mario meets Artistic Stickmen collaberation yields an entertaining and entirely unique land to explore. The only thing you'll be left with is a desire for more worlds.
Suck your way to victory in this promo for Hoover vacuum cleaners. A pacman like game, the objective is to clear all the dust bits from the room. Avoid running into the dustballs unless you've got the powerup running, in which case you can kill them.
Blast your way through ever increasing hordes of zombies in this lego look-alike contest. Increase your kill count to unlock new weapons and avoid blowing yourself up with your own barrels and grenades.
The sequel to Boxhead Rooms, this game features an array of new weapon upgrades, several new levels, and devil bosses. Kill all the boxhead zombies to progress to the next level. Pump up your kill meter to gain access to new weapons.
You have a turret, don't let it die. Fire pellets to deflect the oncoming debris, and conserve your ammo enough that you don't run out at a bad time. Collect powerups and additional turrets to make your life easier.
Night by night, defend your scrap of land against the growing zombie horde. Search by day for new weapons and survivors to help you stave off the nightly attacks. Keep your barricade from breaking or you'll be overrun and eaten alive.
Soothing music and mindless gameplay, you could play this one asleep - or fall asleep playing. Orange has one objective, and that is to get the center circle to one of the outer edges of the screen. Get hit too much by the defenders, and you're finished.
Fashioned after Ricochet, the successful and excellent arkanoid remake for the PC, Crazy Bricks brings that style to flash. Blast away all the bricks of each level to advance, collecting powerups for your ball and your paddle as you go.
A slightly modified version of the original, this game still delivers addictive play in a simple form. Drive your tank around and get hit by the bombs, launching yourself in the air and destroying as many planes as you can manage without hitting the ground.
Somewhat ironic, as it doesn't appear you can actually escape, the objective is to push crates off your landing platform while you avoid being crushed. As you push more crates off, the pace picks up until you apparently escape via death.
Crazy little game, the objective to use your really long bird tongue to eat the fruits as they drop, to score points and avoid them from destroying your platform. Don't get hit by a fruit or it's game over.
Click til you have carpal tunnel, the enemies just keep coming! It's your tower of super friends against the enemy tower of enemy meanies, shoot the minions and launch counterattacks until you are able to overwhelm your enemy and destroy his tower.
Remember the game Asteroids? Grey Matter is like a reverse Asteroids, on steroids. Run into the creatures to destroy them. It's not that easy, they'll be shooting at you. Buy upgrades in between levels, and make combo kills for bonus points.
Attack of the polygons, fire away blasting all the triangles, circles, squares, and everything in between. They all come at you differently, and things get hectic fast. Get to the power-ups when you can.
Ok, so you're a locust. Could be worse, right? Actually it is worse. All you've got to eat is each other, so eat the other locusts before they eat you. Eat one, two more appear. As you might imagine, this game escalates quickly.
Should you be lucky enough to have experienced Doom in it's glory days, count yourself lucky. It was a groundbreaking game for the time, and it still holds a particular nostalgia. So break out the BFG and start cleaning house!
The unlucky guy who gets to investigate a wayward spaceship with no signs of life, this pulse pounding game delivers action. Blast your way through levels of mutated humans and more, leveling up and finding better gear along the way.
Some of the best games out there are so simple, and this one illustrates that so elegantly. Jump your snake towards the right to increase your score. As you progress, you get fewer and fewer platforms. Miss a platform, it's game over!
An avoidance game with a nice difficulty curve and useful skill tree progression, the objective is to simply stay alive. Dodge lasers, missiles, robot armies and ballistic warheads, among other creepy crawlies. If you survive long enough, you can earn enough points to buy helpful skills.
Very reminiscent of old galaxy games you might play in a 2-bit arcade in 1985, the challenge of Gyrex is based in the speed. Blast away everything coming at you and grab as many power-ups as you can in this top-down tunnel vision shooter.
Going Up is a short and sweet flash game about just that, getting as far up as you can before you make a mistake and start over. As you collect skulls, you can use them to purchase upgrades to your character which make it slightly easier to advance.
Relax to a wonderful soundtrack as you, the cowboy in the city, drive around on a giant sperm and squish people and take down all manner of the military. For whatever reason, they don't take kindly to a cowboy riding a giant flying sperm monster. Watch that tail!
Challenge Accepted is a squared out, retro-looking arcade game guaranteed to break a few keyboards. Simple, yet frustrating, the premise is to get from the starting door to the finish, occasionally stepping on a button in the process. Avoid spikes, falling objects, and the inevitable rage.
Closure is a quest in the dark. Your only source of light on each level comes from tiny bulbs you can transport around. Any part of the map not lit up, doesn't exist. There's a wall in the way? Remove the light and you remove the wall. This leads to some interesting game play.
Jump, sprint, and run, not necessarily in that order. Fast paced and well constructed levels, Dire Haven is a pixel game with cute, albeit clothes-lacking characters. Avoid spikes and mashers while getting to the coin in each level to progress.
Simple and retro, Hunt or Die is a fast paced, no-frills trip into the world of the hunter gatherer. Run around with a bow and arrow killing rabbits, eating berries, riding ostriches, and trying not to get eaten by cougars. Run, hunt, and ride.
Kingdom in the Clouds hinges on protecting your baby sister from the evil clouds closing in from both sides. Use your kingly elemental powers to blast away the clouds and other baddies, and keep your little sis safe.
Stop the rush of beasts intent on conquering your kingdom. Standard tower defense, with intuitive controls and many well built progressive stages throughout the map, Kingdom Rush is an entertaining game worth a look.
Swing your way to victory, through several industrial, grungy looking factories. Take advantage of moving cogs and stationary hooks to swing from one safe platform to the next, dialing in or letting out more rope as needed to avoid spikes and other obstacles.
A typical run and jump game, Run Ninja Run is rather straightforward. Jump and slide to avoid various walls and barriers, and occasionally kick a ninja in the face to get through each level. Better get going!
Thimblebump is a fun little fellow who one simple goal in mind: reach Neptune! It seems like an easy enough task (especially using only two buttons) but on his journey he will encounter a myriad of obstacles designed to stop him.
With retro green pixelized graphics and smooth controls, this side-scroller offers plenty of action. Fight your way through hordes of airships and baddies to get to the end of each stage. Look for temporary floating power-ups along the way.