Monday, July 28, 2008

Alien Hill

We're proud to present our first online game created in conjunction with Alien Hill

Alien Hill is a top-down shooter set on a deserted planet waiting to be colonized by humans. You play the role of a mercenary named Jack, who is assigned to the planet to hold a key position for planetary terra-forming. Against hordes of bestial aliens, all Jack has to keep him alive are his dexterity, a very itchy trigger finger and the wares of a mysterious merchant known only as Trader Jill. Check out Alien Hill now in our online arcade.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Bowja is Here

If the two words 'cute' and 'ninja' were ever allowed in the same sentence while still remaining cool, then that sentence is likely referring to Bowja the Ninja by Pencilkids.

Not long ago, Bowja found his way into our notice, and from that moment, we knew we simply had to have the little dude in the Ninja Games section of our online arcade. Both Bowja the Ninja and Bowja the Ninja 2 are fun and one of a kind point-and-click puzzle adventures that are definitely worth checking out... so, please do so. :)

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Anti-Video Game Bill

Speaking as someone who has resided in New York City over the past couple of months, it completely amazes me how much tax money seems to be wasted here. The latest apparent example of this is bill # S6401A/A11717 which has passed both the House and Assembly and is now in hands of NY Governor Paterson. Dubbed by some as the 'Anti-Video Game Bill', if passed to law, S6401A/A11717 would waste NY tax dollars on redundantly investigating video games, in spite of established information provided by developers and the ESRB... and given the various quality of life issues evident in "the Greatest City on Earth" there are honestly much higher priorities for NY resources and tax dollars than this frivolous effort.

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Monday, July 7, 2008

Trippy Ballz 2 Live on

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Trippy Ballz 2 is a wacky and fun little retro-style game, very reminiscent of much more classic arcade games such as Breakout or Arkanoid ...except with ninjas and flying dolphins.

...but best of all, Trippy Ballz 2 is FREE! =)