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Saturday, 17 September 2011

Angry Birds true in real life?

Are the birds in the Angry Birds is inspired by the wild?

This is the familiar trio of games.

 Black bird capable of exploding and green birds "boomerang".

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Sunday, 11 September 2011

Siege Hero goes first-person medieval on Angry Birds

Friends, let’s not beat around the bush. Siege Hero is pretty much Angry Birds from a first person perspective. If you’re over Angry Birds, there’s really nothing to see here; there are plenty of other fine app reviews at Beatweek to peruse. If, on the other hand, you’ve sent every pig to the great beyond and you still get a tingly feeling when you see a wood and stone building collapse to the ground, then carry on, dear reader, because Siege Hero may be just the game you’re looking for.

The premise of the game is fairly simple: You take a tour through the ages, avenging peasants who have been put upon by evil marauders of all types: Pirates, samurai, barbarians, etc. These evildoers are holed up in buildings made of wood, stone, and ice, and you launch different projectiles at the building to try to topple it onto the heads of the bad guys. The main difference from other games of its ilk is that, instead of launching woodland animals at the building from a side-mounted slingshot, you attack the building directly from a first person perspective.

That sounds like a minor difference, but the shift to first person actually makes a distinct impact on how the game plays. Instead of aiming in the general direction of where you want the projectile to land, you just tap on where you want to shoot and that’s where the projectile goes. In fact, if you want even more precision, holding your finger on the screen brings up a magnifying glass and crosshairs so there’s no blaming the game for screwing you out of the perfect shot. What this ultimately does is make Siege Hero play more like a straight puzzle game than most other games of its type, since the whole “try to figure out the exact angle of where you want to launch the projectile” aspect of the game goes away and all that’s left is where to place shots in the correct order to bring the building down.

There are a couple of other areas where Siege Hero tries to differentiate itself as well. The weapon selection is interesting; while it starts out with the standard stones and bombs, eventually it introduces firebombs which burn away a single beam, grappling hooks which completely remove one piece, and tar barrels which kill the marauders without doing any damage to the building. The latter becomes important once the game places peasants who need to be preserved into the buildings. Killing the peasants doesn’t prevent clearing the level, but it does provide a score penalty.

Despite these new elements, however, it was hard to shake the feeling that I’d played through this game before. There are those aforementioned differences, but the rest of the gameplay is too similar to Angry Birds for my liking, especially given that I’m more or less over Angry Birds and have moved on to greener pastures. The graphical style is uncomfortably similar as well, down to the pause menu that slides out from the side. Unfortunately, there isn’t any option to be able to bypass a difficult level like the Mighty Eagle in Angry Birds, so if you do get stuck on a level then you’re not going to be able to go any further until you solve it.

All this is not to say that Siege Hero isn’t a fun game. It is, and the change to first person adds some novelty that other would-be successors to Angry Birds lack. However, the fact remains that Siege Hero is very firmly in the Angry Birds genre, and if you don’t like that game (or have played it into the ground and are looking for something different) then you’re going to be better off looking elsewhere. If you can’t get enough of virtual demolition, though, Siege Hero has 130 more levels to plow through, and it will do an admirable job of filling the time between Angry Birds updates.
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Thursday, 23 June 2011

Play Dragonball Z

Fight it out in Dragonball Z style. Lots of open space to combat.

Arrow Keys - Move.
A - Special Attack.
S - Kick.
D - Punch.
F - Fly. (Toggle on and off)
E - Power Up / Charge Energy
Spacebar - Jump

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Oriental Flirting Game

Keep clicking on the heart above the progress bar to fill the bar faster than your opponent. Click on every boy on your way to make him fall in love with you faster than with your competitor!

Use mouse to interact.

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Monday, 13 June 2011

World Old Sports

Join Maya and Miguel to a soccer game with friends.

Use mouse to play the game

World OldSports
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Download free video Angry Birds Live

Back in May we set up a pretty big live action Angry Birds game with T-Mobile in Spain. Check out the footage of life-sized Angry Birds being launched at properly popping pigs! Squawk!

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Friday, 13 May 2011

Play Angry Birds Online, Right Now, for Free

Google isn't above killing a little productivity to prove the power of its web browser. The search engine king has released a special free browser-based version of Rovio's avian-flinging sensation Angry Birds on the Chrome Web Store, just to prove it can be done.

Announced earlier today at the Google I/O Conference in San Francisco, the new browser-based version of Angry Birds is a testament to how far Google's Chrome browser has come in a short time. According to Sundar Pichai, Google's senior vice president of Chrome, Angry Birds in a web browser wouldn't have been possible a year ago. With a graphics rendering speed ten-times-faster than earlier versions, today's Chrome can make it happen.

As can, incidentally, today's version of Safari. Today's version of Firefox, on the other hand, was a bust. No one uses Internet Explorer anymore, so we didn't even bother.

The free version of Angry Birds features the game's first level, Poached Eggs, along with a set of exclusive Chrome-themed levels. You can install it now via the Chrome Web Store. It runs rather nicely, and as an added bonus, remains cached for offline play.

Now Play Angry Birds Game Here
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Thursday, 12 May 2011

Lady Gaga Pairs with… FarmVille?

You read that right, ladies… Lady Gaga will be partnering with the uber-popular online game FarmVille beginning May 17. Shocking!

According to an email I received today, FarmVille (temporarily re-named “GagaVille”) will offer unique Lady Gaga content, including the chance to unlock exclusive tracks on her new album, “Born This Way.” FarmVille players will also be able to purchase Lady Gaga-themed items, like a motorcycle-riding sheep and cool costumes for individual avatars.

As a fan of both FarmVille — I admit I’m hopelessly addicted — and a fan of Lady Gaga, I think this is a match made in heaven, though it is a bit unusual… what do you think?

Play free games online Lady Gaga here..
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Friday, 6 May 2011

Angry Birds Rio Beach Volley Episode Gameplay Trailer

Almost there! Hang on to your slingshots as we prepare to head to the beach in the first update for Angry Birds Rio, set to land next week! It's going to be squawking HOT!

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Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Sue Chocolate Candy Maker

Play Sue's Cooking Game online on GamesforGirl.Org. Every day new Girls Games online! Sue's Cooking Game is Safe, Cool to play and Free!

Use the candy machine and help Sue make as many candies as possible!

Use mouse to interact.

Sue Chocolate Candy Maker
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Saturday, 30 April 2011

Class Kiss - fun game

Play Kissing Games Online. Hundreds of free kissing games. ... A fun Game at Games For Girls

Make sure that the teacher will not catch the two kids kissing each other. The more kiss gets you more points.

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Class Kiss
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Monday, 25 April 2011

Kimi - games for girls

Free online Games for Girls! Play all the latest Games for Girls, including Make Up Games and Dress Up Games! Visit today!

Kimi is a little crazy. She likes to skate on huge ramps and take risks.

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Monday, 18 April 2011

After the Party

Here is our collection of party games for girls. Tonight, this girl invited at a fancy party for the teen stars and she wants to look perfect! Join at to play online free..

Last night you had a sleep over at friend's house. Today it's time to clean it up.

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After the Party
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Thursday, 14 April 2011

Korean Girl Dress Up

Nicely made Korean dress up games for girls. Help the Korean cute lady to dress up and prepare for her date.

Use Mouse to interact.

Korean Girl Dress Up
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Saturday, 9 April 2011

Hunter ed brings out youth for deer season

Hunter ed brings out youth for deer season

A welcomed trend in our hunting structure is emphasis on young people, efforts to get more kids involved in hunting.

Read more on: Jacksonville Patriot

Review: iPhone-controlled drone fun but expensive

You can pretty much do anything with your iPhone these days — control your digital video recorder from afar, unlock your car, and now, fly a drone.

Read more on : Boston Globe

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Lastest Iphone Games News

Technology Briefly

or speed? Sprint Nextel Corp. and Verizon Wireless are building wireless data networks using new technologies that the industry calls fourth-generation, or 4G. Not to be outdone, T-Mobile USA launched a campaign this week that calls its own upgraded network “4G.”

Read more on: Everett Herald

Technology Briefly

or speed? Sprint Nextel Corp. and Verizon Wireless are building wireless data networks using new technologies that the industry calls fourth-generation, or 4G. Not to be outdone, T-Mobile USA launched a campaign this week that calls its own upgraded network “4G.”

Read more on:Everett Herald
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Angry Birds Online Game

The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds’ eggs. Use the unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to lay waste to the pigs’ fortified castles. Angry Birds features hours of gameplay, challenging physics-based castle demolition, and lots of replay value. Each of the 225 levels requires logic, skill, and brute force to crush the enemy.

Emross War is a free massively-multiplayer strategy game. It takes only 3 minutes to learn, and is extremely fun!

Free App Store Site:

The story happens in Emross, the land of Myth and Legend, which has been under wars among Human, Elf, and Orc since very ancient time. Now with the invasion of Chaos Army, the situations are becoming even more complex…
You will start as a young Lord inheriting a small castle from your family. As you gradually develop and march your way to victory, you will have chance to meet and recruit many different legend heroes, and be able to summon the most powerful guardian creature of your own race!
And you are NOT fighting alone. You and friends can build a very powerful alliance; make it a dominant presence in Emross; and finally defeat the Chaos and restore order to the land!

“When I looked at the screenshots, I knew it would be a good game for my taste. But now I will say this game totally exceeds my expectation!”

“A great game that you will regret to miss, that’s all.”
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