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Showing posts from August, 2018

So many games...

This game just recently has been released, the music is good, it makes me feel so old school and I love it for that. The actual game does get challenging at times. I only said this game may be potentially unsuitable for young kids because when you die the animation can be called gory, especially if you are 6 years old. As far as I can tell the game is relatively kid friendly minus this, so have fun!

Game may contain content unsuitable for lower age ranges.

Catch em All - Free Online Browser Based HTML5 Game

Catch em All - Free Online Browser Based HTML5 Game: \"In Catch em All\" you catch all the naughty little monster that come at night. But you can catch only the one you are allowed to. Match the color and catch them all.

I haven't posted a game from websites other than itch that much lately, mostly because I am finding it so more user friendly to use itch. Although, this website does make sharing game easy; The only downside is I think idev periodically deletes under performing games, maybe.

By no means am I trying to change the direction of this blog,

I will still post loads of games, don't worry about that, it gives me something to do. I just wanted to share my excitement for the NFL games on, most notably to me is the 49er's versus the Texans.

By the way, if you would like to join my upcoming game jam, it is great for developers. It is especially great for developers looking to promote their game, but may not have the money for huge promotional campaigns (typically indie developers).

Here is the link to the jam:


We all remember my update in this game when it came out, well it just got an update.
v3 added 64x64 mode to be compatible with #LOWREZJAM rulesyou can toggle the LOWREZ MODE in the menu (press enter)there is no info screen in lowrez mode as it can't fitno previous laptime is shown, only bestno split time is shown, only diffcolors in sector HUD now reflect the split difference - red slower, green faster.
Check out this game.


I have realized that I should not be making this blog to get money, I should be making this blog in order to spread happiness. So enjoy this blog being relatively ad free, (minus some adfly referral banners but they are mostly there on the off chance someone registers). My donation button is still there, and that's really all I need you know? If I don't deserve compensation I should not receive it, and with that being said, it was pretty unfair of me to require you guys to skip ads just to view my content that may or may not be worth it.
All in all, I just can not seem to be satisfied with this blog, and I guess that happens with all new blogs.



The fourth one.


As you all can probably guess by now, I am a game enthusiast. What I would to talk about is an oldish game that I happened to see one day while with my mother at the local goodwill store. I say oldish because the game in reality is not "old" at all. The game I am talking about is Pacific Storm. Some people, especially with the recent evolution in gaming, dislike the game mainly for game play reasons.

Pacific Storm was released on September 28, 2006. This great game was developed by Lesta Studio, and published by Buka Entertainment. I love the game because it gives the player so much control. In the game the player is given the awesome responsibility of acting as a supreme commander for either Japanese or US forces (British as well if you get the allied expansion pack). The game was more recently re-released on steam in 2014. 

The game has been criticized for historical inaccuracies, mostly consisting of the types of un…

Another shout-out, to one of my favorite tools on

My meme, as it were. This is not a particularly good game, and since I made it I have no problem saying that. As of now it has 9 downloads and counting. Honestly, this game was made in order to test out Bitsy Game Maker, one could potentially make an amazing game with the tool, and it has happened quite a few times. I will also link Bitsy Game Maker yet again; This is because I really feel that this is a tool that I (you) can appreciate.

...Another game.

Browser games usually seem like the best to post and cover, simply because I know not everybody is comfortable downloading games. With that being said, this is a browser game, and I have shared tons of browser games.


So everyone,

Good news, for you mostly. As it turns out, I am gonna close my amazon associates account, mostly because this does not exactly seem like the type of blog that will benefit from the program. I will explore other options and get back to you all. Worse comes to worse I will use, I used it before but I feel shady not giving you guys a say, so now is your time to pitch in! So fully expect an link coming up.

DIEP.IO  I most likely will not interview this/these dev(s) as they are obviously more influential than me, and probably famous. Still, good game.

Good, wholesome fun.

I am a fan of games that are not too complex, yet are still tons of fun. My good friend Tyler definitely achieves all of the above with this game. This is the same developer that is also creating Cipher's Room.

Also, I dig the game boy graphic, Tyler.

Ok guys, expect posts like this as well.

If nothing else, this blog is very entertaining to work on and I plan on working on this for a while.

Now as I am more exposed to a variety of games on one platform, I am growing my collection. One could look through all the blog posts to find games they like, heck one could even go to another blog (frowned upon by me hehe).



Now is a good time to say to you all that, if you expect me to review games more often, donations definitely help me do that. Donations can help me in a variety of ways; For one, they help me keep up with basic living expenses. Of course, that is not my top concern, as I am in college right now and looking for a decent paying job that I know I will like (so yes, I have plans other than this blog, unless it gets increasingly lucrative). Donations also help me pay appropriately for games. You might be thinking "Why would I use MY money to let this guy buy games?" Well, I am not saying donations are a requirement, but as you all know blogging takes time and I don't want my time going towards  a pointless endeavor. Besides, I do a bit more then just post games; I interview developers when possible, and a lot of developers look for your support when seeing if they even would like an interview. Like I said, donations are not a requirement, so at the very least it would be grea…

I gotta say, this guy has skill.

It takes work to make one good  game, and this guy has made enough great games for us to play.
From the same author that brought us Mindustry, I present his brand new release.

Check out the other games created by Anuke as well, and as always, follow my blog for more content coming your way!



This guy also joined my first game jam, so of course I will rave about this game! This game is good, although you probably won't put 20 hours into it. For me my speakers were too loud so i'll warn ya on that.

This is art, or at least a form of it, and I love it.


Stay tuned for a dev interview

Game Developers are busy, so don't always expect a timely interview!




For me the ball is a bit too bouncy, or I am just terrible at the game ha. Either way, ENJOY.


A clean,simple game that flows pretty well.

Alot of times games can be taken for granted if they do not have the features we like. Personally I appreciate this game an the developer as well. It is a great game, it is not too hard, although occasionally if you miss your target you will start a guessing game in order to track the oncoming missile

ALL ROUND GOOD GAME. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SHOP NOW


HERE IS THE LINK I told you guys I would get better at creating jams, I hope this sign is attractive enough for potential participants. Submissions close in a week!!



Endless Pixel Wars - Free Online Browser Based HTML5 Game

Endless Pixel Wars - Free Online Browser Based HTML5 Game: This pixel war is endless and destroy everything you can for survive in this challenge game and obtain the best score.   Controls:Mouse left down: shot. Movements: Left Arrow, Right Arrow, Up Arrow and Down Arrow. Music control :Press E for stop/resume.

This game seemed impossible...until I noticed I could move.



SHAME ON ME! This must be a great game, but I have to try it after I post about it. The reason for this, and bare with me, is that it looked too good to not share as I play.

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"First Into the Fray!"

So, for those who do not know me, I am an avid gamer. I love video games, I do not so much create them as I enjoy putting hours into a game. I also enjoy History (So much so I want to make a this day in history blog). My reason for this post is to explain what has brought me continuous joy for a few months now. Recently I joined a gaming community and I joined a few parts of the community.This community is the 12e gaming Community, and I would highly recommend them. You can mostly find me playing Holdfast: Nations at War with my other regimental comrades. It is fun rising the ranks of the regiment as well beginning to see others do the same.

If you would be interested in joining this fine regiment, add me, [12e]Arjt27, on steam.
Also, our regiment's leader can be found at [12e] Phillip.
You can also add [12e] KD
Ask around the regiment for Will or Tau.

It is hard to highlight every single regimental comrade of mine, because they are all awesome!!