Monday as it is is a sucky day, so I’m not gonna write about any issues or whatever now. I want to share with you guys four games I’ve stumbled upon (one was given to me by Allan [a.k.a. Fluffehead] today. :D
The first game I got stuck with was Knoword. According to its short description in-game, Knoword “is a game of quick thinking, smart decisions and great words. When you begin, you will be given one randomly generated dictionary definition along with the first letter of its corresponding word.” The timer begins immediately and you must fill in the rest of the word to experience a gain in points and an added time bonus. You will start off with one minute before the game ends, and every word is an opportunity to extend your time (+5 seconds). If you’re ever stuck on a word, you may hit Skip, then a new clue/question will pop up.
Now, Sushi Cat combined two of my favorite things in the world: kittens and sushi! Kitty wants to meet the love of his life, Pink Kitty, but in order to do so he has to get through different er, trials. So, right, the objective is to make Kitty eat as much sushi as he can (there’s a target per level) and make sure he’s faaaaat. So cute! ♥♥~ I haven’t finished this yet, so I dunno if Kitty will end up with Pink Kitty. xD Nakakatuwa pa, they have TAMAGO SUSHIIIIII. Keiiii, someone’s hungry. T___T
Allan’s game, Get the Glass is a bit difficult to play because it calls for a very stable and high-speed internet connection. Unless, of course, you have imba patience to wait for the game to load. The objective is to (DUH) get the glass. You play as a family (the Adachi family!) of thieves neeeeeding their daily dose of lactose. Cops are right behind you, of course. xD It’s an interactive 3D board game guaranteed to get you addicted. Haha! Got Milk sponsors this game, hence…the name. I am stating obvious things. Yay. Oh, also note that this is hard to play on a laptop unless you have a mouse. And I don’t. I need a mooooouuuuseeee. T__T
Lastly, we have Canabalt. There are no instructions, only an enigmatic (WEH) statement on top: “Tap to start your daring escape.” I won’t spoil anything for you guys. Think of all the platform games you played before. Think of all the strategies you’ve tried out. Think of all the walkthroughs you’ve read. Then throw them out the door HAHAHHA. >:D So simple, yet so exciting! xD