This Flash-based interactive artwork lets you create mesmerizing audiovisual compositions which belong on a big screen at a rave. Watch the video demo or just start playing with AVCLASH now.
Sure, Epic Coaster might feel like a bit of a knock-off of the insanely addictive Cannabalt, but that doesn’t make it any less fun. Click the image and hit the amusement park right now!
This artful Flash game puts you in control of a guy who can’t see his surroundings. While it plays like most platform-puzzlers, not being able to see where you are amps up the challenge big time.
This interactive infographic from Newgrounds user Fotoshop takes us on a journey from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of space time. (Thanks Artur!)
This Flash game by the Bell Brothers asks you to solve a variety of circular puzzles by using your mouse’s scroll wheel as the primary controller. It’s a simple concept, but downright tricky at times.
This interactive Flash website lets you create your own a capella beatbox vocal group. Just select your vocalists, set the effects, and let ’em sing. Almost as good a timewaster as Google Pac-Man.
One of the best Flash games ever returns with what we can only call expert mode. The Typing Tutor Edition of Canabalt regularly changes the jump button to one of the keys in the keyboard.
If you’re a big comic book fan and don’t mind looking like a complete fool, here’s a hoodie that’s looks just like speed-demon The Flash. Hopefully, if you’re really fast, nobody will see you wearing it.
Animator Peter Blaskovic’s Flame will pull you in with its initial simplicity, but artists will find themselves completely enthralled by the ethereal works they can create with the little Flash app.
Spore meets Transformers with Verbatim’s Media Monster Championship; it not only lets you build your own flash drive/SD card gladiator but enter them in duels to the (digital) death.
Bullseye is just a training course and not the actual game, but it’s a bullseye in terms of proving that Interstellar Marines is more than vaporware; play it for free in your browser here.
Now available: Rocketbirds Revolution is a 2010 IGF finalist that mixes Oddworld and Shepard Fairey’s pop-art into a rooster-powered, all-Flash 2D action/puzzler; play the demo here.
In Soviet Russia, Tetris block rotates you (thanks CG): we strongly suggest you take dramamine pills before playing First Person Tetris, and if that’s not available, a few shots of vodka.
Mario wasn’t bouncing around for his health–Retro Sabotage’s Jumping shows that this was a full-fledged plumber prison break. Want more? Click here for more Retro Sabotage games.
Play a disobedient, techno-tastic Dumbo in Obey the Game; it’s a fast-paced platformer with ultra-short stages and five modes where you’ll need to follow or break the rules.
Saint Nick lays down a whole can of Christmas kick-ass with Santa Fu; it’s a not-so-merry version of Kung Fu Master where you’ll take on gingerbread men, nutcrackers, and elves.
The Company of Myself is a platform puzzler in the vein of Braid and Winterbottom that mixes time travel and cloning; we just can’t decide if it’s singly multiplayer or multiply single player.
Even a heavily-armed DC is no match for the undead hordes in this Zombie Outbreak Sim; this Google Maps mash-up lets you tweak everything from zombie speed to infection time.
It’s coin-op/cartridge goodness, minus the coins or cartridges; Atari Arcade lets you play six classic games for free, including Asteroids, Adventure, Battlezone, and Lunar Lander.
Don’t let the polygonal graphics and range of movement turn you off; Vector Conflict is a surprisingly addictive retro shooter that features upgrades and seemingly endless waves.
Canabalt is the most fun you’ll have with one button: it’s a running and jumping side scroller, except with randomly generated levels that get progressively faster. Thanks, Panzerdraco!
Run is a simple and addictive flash game where you run and jump, albeit with a 90-degree twist–move towards the right or left walls and the entire playing field rotates. Thanks, Thorir!
Multitask doesn’t look like much–it’s pretty basic–and the gameplay seems simple, but things get hairy fast as it torture tests your multitasking skills to their limits. Thanks, Mike!
Gravitee 2 is essentially a 31st century version of not-so-miniature golf: you’ll not only contend with holes, hoops and balls, but navigate your way around planetary gravity wells.
Similar to EZR, Daytraders of the Dead ups the ante with more satisfying powerups, enemies worth killing (undead bankers) and all the Federal bailout money you could ever want.
The premise of Splitter 2 is simple: drag your mouse through wood objects to allow a perpetually happy smiley face to roll to its destination, or just hack things to bits if you get stuck.
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