Zombies Mice Annihilation by GarbuzGames
Do you remember Sam from BubbleQuod (part 1)? No?! Oh gosh! Ok, so here is the story…
Use arrows on the keyboard ← ↑ → to move the hero.
Press space to switch the characters.
Hold and drag a mouse to view whole level.
The story comes to an end. Look for the differences and find out the truth.
The story continues… Find out a secret of the old witch.
Update!!!Addict yourself to this 50-level physics puzzle! You won’t regret!
Every tenth level is the bonus (special) one. Game task is to free yourself from the bubble in which you are imprisoned. The bubble can be pierced by a nail which is situated in the window.
Logical thinking, skills and clearness of purpose will help you.
Search for differences following a thrilling plot. The more quickly you find the differences the more score you will get. If you don’t guess them you will lose the score.
Find out her secret. Look for the differences…
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Where is here? Oh… It occurred to me that Bodhisattva asked me to participate in a match called Journey to the West.
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A dark interactive fiction game about young love and time travel. Reader discretion advised.
Written by Greg McClanahan (on his free time outside of work, before you criticize his priorities) and art by Michael Swain (Mastermind badges might actually arrive soon — blame him if they don’t!). All music is from the Kongregate Collabs, courtesy of Asteroid Blues, Ed Brew and Robotaki.
This thing took forever to write, and I think I broke some blood vessels in my brain trying to keep all the parallel scenarios consistent with what can actually be changed via player choices. I hope you enjoy it — feel free to leave comments about what you enjoyed and what sucks for if I decide to write another one later (yeah, I know, TL;DR… the full text is something like 80 pages, but there are plenty of other instantly fun games on the site).
I’m sure there are typos — whisper me if you find any.
In this supporting chapter, Belial must work with Beelzebub and Lilith to unleash Baal from within himself.
This is our new game, which is kind of a good-old Zelda-like adventure game. We made it very retro-fashioned on purpose, to bring back the “magic” of the 80’s games. The game has a decent length if you want to complete everything in it, which should take around 20 to 25 hours, or more like 10 to 15 hours for a first run just trying to beat it.
You’ll need to defeat monsters along the way of the outside world to find dungeons where quest items (or treasures) are kept safe by big monsters. Those relics are then used to grant passage to the evil Gordzak’s lair, which you’ll have to destroy in order to beat the game. To accomplish this you will need to upgrade your gear and your personal strength by leveling up and finding magic items.
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