Return Man? He Never Went Away, Man.

Posted on July 26, 2015 By

Return Man has provided millions of users with fast paced, unlimited free fun. The objective is to catch a football, and then run all the way into the opposite end of the field, earning points as you go. You get four turns, or possessions to rack up the points. The further you get, the more points you accumulate to make for a higher score. Furthermore, each time you are tackled by a player on the opposing team, game play is interrupted, your points tallied, at which point you can hit the space bar to get back in the action. There are four rounds, or lives, each earning you some points depending on the distance you get across the field. At the end of the game, your points are added all up, and if you’re happy with the results you can submit them.
The Controls

Return Man? He Never Went Away, Man.While, I played this game with both my right and left hands, the controls- J:Left, I:Forward, L:Right, Space bar to continue- appear to be set up for someone who is either right handed, or playing with only one hand at a time. It proves challenging, at first, to dodge your opponents and earn decent points, but eventually you get the hang of the controls. It is easy to navigate, not a lot to remember, and that makes it ideal for players of all ages.

Bonuses
Furthermore, there are bonuses! If you’re lucky enough to catch a green, glowing orb with a lightning bolt inside of it, that will earn you some extra points. These are worth five hundred points each to the player. The more of them you can get, the better you ultimately do. As well, once you start getting into the higher points brackets, you can earn trophies- provided that you’re a registered member on www.espn.com. On the top right of the page where the game is found, you will find the required point amounts required to win a trophy. The amounts range from 8000, to 42,000 and there are 5 in total to collect. If you’re skilled enough to master it, you can check your competition on the top 100 Arcade Trophy Leaders section. Just below the game, in fact, one can find a box with some competitive stats to follow as they play which contains the high scores for the current month, all time, as well as the trophy leaders.
The Consensus

While the game seems to have a devoted following, there seem to be just as many new comers trying to beat the ranks as well. With a slew of sequels, including Zombies and a Mud Bowl, it is unlikely that this game should lose its mounting popularity. It’s an instant classic among the denizens of social media, Facebook comments full of praise, as well as a few suggestions lining the bottom of each incarnation of Return Man. The people love it, and it is here to stay.

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Happy Wheels! By Jim Bonacci

Posted on June 18, 2015 By

Happy Wheels! By Jim BonacciHappy Wheels is a rag doll game that takes place in several maps and levels. The characters use several wacky vehicles to complete the many objectives of the game. The game was created by Jim Bonacci in 2010, he also created much of the game’s artwork and programming. His inspiration for the game came from other rag doll games seen in the online gaming community, however Bonacci was frustrated at the lack of believability of the fate’s of characters of other games. The game’s wacky, graphic, and violent nature are its defining characteristics.

Objectives – The goal of the characters in the game is to progress through the different levels by completing various task and goals. In the majority of levels the goal is to reach a finish line or collect a certain number of tokens. Decapitation, severance of limbs, and being shot are just some of the graphic and violent obstacles users face to progress throughout the game. Using the complete version accessible on Jim Bonacci’s website, users can custom build levels and upload them to an open server.

Instructions – Use your character and his vehicle to navigate the various maps of Happy Wheels . Collect coins, watch out for monsters, and the laugh at the hilarious ways in which your character will inevitably be ripped to shreds!

Controls – Control your character using the arrow keys, use the up and down arrow keys to move forward and backward, use the side arrow keys to lean left or lean right. The “shift” and “Ctrl” keys will result in other actions depending on the particular level. Pressing “Z’ will eject your character from their vehicle.

Reception – Since the game’s inception in 2010, it has received many positive features. Its users seem to love its graphic, violent, and humorous nature. Another point of rave for the game is the impressive amount of user generated content present in the game, over 6 million maps or levels have been generated by users of the game. Bonacci, who began working on the game in 2005, purposely designed the game so that characters would die repeatedly, he chose the make that part of the game enjoyable for users. The popular gaming site, Imagine Gaming Network or IGN, list the game as one of the best free games. The future for gory game Happy Wheels appears to be bright, Jim Bonacci recently posted on his website that a digital cartoon series was on the horizon.

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Bloons TD 5 – free TD game with paid items

Posted on May 28, 2015 By

So guys quick post regarding Bloons TD 5. Now you all know that this tower defense game is latest version of BTD game series from Ninja Kiwi, what you may not know is that fifth version of the game is receiving updates regularly.

Bloons TD 5They add new towers, new maps and new tools very often which can make your game ten times more interesting, you can also buy couple of interesting buffs, such as super powerful monkey tower, super powerful power-up and things like that.

Except basic maps there are paid levels as well, in order to get them you will have to pay real money, but to be honest it is really worth paying because it contains so much interesting stuff and strategies that you won’t get bored for a very long time.

Few words about strategy of the game: some towers are more beneficial in specific map areas, try different towers in different spots; same tower can give you different results if you will place it in the right position. Game also allows you to get upgrades on towers; some towers can be upgraded five times! Final form of tower can cost you a lot of money, but it has super attacking power and it can pop hundreds of balloons in couple of seconds. You can also place spikes on the road, when balloons will walk over them they will pop, this tool is good when you want to defend spot which is weak in terms of towers, usually people use spikes on the early stage of the game. You can find more details on the following YouTube video which I have added below.

BTD 5 is one of the best tower defense games which you can play at the moment, it is free, but it also allows you to buy different stuff if you want to. Like I have said before there are many different maps within the game and each level requires its own unique approach/strategy.

Well guys have fun and enjoy this game, oh yes and you can play it online on the following site – www.bloonstowerdefense5.org.uk.

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Heroes of the Storm is here!

Posted on May 2, 2015 By

Heroes of the StormAfter release of Dota 2 and LOL, we were all accepting that soon enough Blizzard Entertainment would release their own version of the game, we sure were right, but to be honest it took extremely long time, but never mind that game is finally here and unlike other games it has different modes and features, one of them include talent system and mounts (for faster movement across the map), weird part is that game doesn’t allow you to buy items (they might add item system in the future) anyway read description below and let us know what you think about it.

Overview
Heroes of the Storm is a multiplayer video game based on an online battle ground. It was developed by Blizzard Entertainment, and is designed for computers that use the Microsoft Windows range of Operating Systems.

This video game has borrowed most of its characters from Blizzard Entertainment’s other products, namely; War Craft, Star Craft and Diablo. It makes use of the freemium and Free 2 Play models.

Players in this game can make use of the micropayments feature to purchase their own heroes or to alter the vision and capacity of the enemy’s heroes. Unlike the other video games produced by Blizzard Entertainment, Heroes of the Storm has a broader play style, therefore earning the nick name ‘Hero Brawler’.

On 13th January, 2015, the closed beta version of this game was officially launched. It is expected that the open beta version will be launched in May 2015, while the official release of the full version is expected to occur in 2nd June, 2015.

Match Making
When players/participants either lose or win during the game, a special formula referred to as the MMR, or Matchmaking Rating, is applied behind the scenes. Therefore, players in the game are always automatically matched with others who posses equal skill. Matchmaking Rating makes use of the Elo formula, complete with proprietary adjustments.

baseInstructions of the game
Basically, Heroes of the Storm revolves around 5 Vs 5 matches running on the Battle.net platform. This is an online gaming service operated by Blizzard Entertainment. Players have the option of choosing among 3 game modes. This may involve playing against heroes or other players controlled by the computer.

When a game starts, heroes are expected to play against 6 players produced by a free hero rotation, a carefully selected list which changes after every 7 days. However, if they use micro transactions or gold (source of wealth) they can permanently have access to their own hero.

Essentially, 35 heroes are divided into 4 groups, and then given separate roles. Six out of seven are assigned to three main lanes whereby players can engage in fights. However, an exceptional player by the name Haunted Mines is assigned two major lanes, and a completely different objective.

A player earns points if he/she kills enemies on the opposing side, and this victory (and points earned) is usually shared among all the other team mates.

heroesControls of the game
Since it is a game that is based on sessions, Heroes of the Storm has been specially designed with several game modes to make it suitable for the wide base of players. Players are also given the liberty to choose the level of complexity/difficulty that they want to play.

Heroes of the Storm has been designed with the following main game modes: Tutorials, Big Head, Practice, Team League, Cooperative, Hero League and Quick Match.

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