Meticulously Obscure

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Company Of Myself

Whilst reading EDGE just now I discovered this little gem, called Company Of Myself. It’s very short, very clever, and very beautiful in its genius. One room is guaranteed to frustrate you to oblivion, but stick with it. The ending: well strange.

Super Stacker 2

Latest annoying/addictive flash game I’ve happened across is this little physics-based stacking thing. You get given a sequence of blocks, and have to drop them in order and make a stack with none falling off the bottom. Note that when you first go to the site there’s some ad that’s meant to appear, although it…

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Music Production Made Easy

Quite some time ago this simple tune making app appeared on the iPhone. I had a play with it, and it was pretty rad. Just now I found a browser version, done in Flash, and it too: pretty rad. Andre Michelle’s Tone Matrix The sweet thing with this one is you can copy and paste…

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Tetris: Motion Sickness Version

Hot on the heels of that SRS BSNS post, then, is this: Tetris with a twist. Literally. You’ll see what I did there after you’ve tried it. See?

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Frustrate Yourself Into Oblivion

Discovered a rather fun little iPhone/web game today, curiously called ‘Canabalt’. There’s a screenshot of it below, which if clicked, will take you to the web page on which the game resides, as is customary in Internet Land. The idea is to click (or tap, if you’re on one of those fangled iPhone jobbers) to…

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iPhone Make A Song

This is an awesome app for the iPhone which lets you make simple beat tunes, and this guy demonstrates it superbly. I hate iPhones, but this rocks bells. You can probably get it from here. Were I not so knackered I’m sure I’d have come up with a more imaginative title for this, but ne’er…

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Special Olympics

Flash games = pretty cool, right? Right! Well this one takes it to the next level. It is almost as cool as James Dean. Almost. I have no idea how to control it and that is the key to why I love it so. If you can figure the fucker out, comment plox.

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The Fantastic Contraption

This is one hell of a great little game, as most physics games I’ve seen have tended to be. The tutorial’s entirely thorough so I won’t bother describing how to go about it, but the objective is to get the small red object into the big red area. It gives a lot of room for…

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