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 Trying something different today, this might be old news for some of you but I’ve discovered that there are an awful lot of people who don’t know about this story/game/thing and I want to help fix that because I had a great time with it. If you were in elementary or middle school during the […]

Remember when most games consisted of only single screens for each level? Before scrolling to the right even became possible, much less (gasp) scrolling back to the left? A Super Mario Summary is something like that. This game is the entirety of the first Super Mario Bros., but each level is summarized, or “distilled” if […]

Does everyone remember how amazing the Super Mario Crossover was? Well it’s back. It’s improved. And it’s ready to slap you in the face and call you Nancy (or something equally offensive or cliche.) It’s bloody genius. This time we’ve got 10 Nintendo characters, most of them with a counterpart of some kind playing through Mario’s […]

So, first of all. I’d like to point out that Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, made a game (!!). And secondly, I’d like to add that it’s pretty awesome. I would liken this game to something of a simplified MMO Zelda clone, benefits including no downloading required, and you can play it on any mobile […]

Take one part 80’s era NES, one part MMORPG, one part Flash, put it in a blender with a brick of crack, and you get Realm of the Mad God. RotMG is a web-based free to play MMORPG that I can best liken to a graphical MUD. It has all the essential components that make […]

Some would say I have a thing for creative games. This would be one of those games. Mega Mash is a Flash game like nothing else yet, it is seven classic game genres, torn to a thousand pieces, and taped back together at random. You walk your “Mario bunny” across a glowing threshold and become […]

[HTML5] Infinite Mario Bros.

August 11th, 2011

This is a pretty neat toy; originally made by Mojang of Minecraft fame, Inifnite Mario Bros was a small Java project of his that was basically a randomly generated, endless game of Mario that you could play in your browser. It was kind of primitive, controls were kludgy, but it wasn’t meant to change anyone’s […]

It’s true! In a new groundbreaking partnership, has teamed up with ClickTeam to bring everyone a FREE version of their software-creation suite, The Games Factory 2 that will allow you to export SWF Flash files for use on Newgrounds (and only Newgrounds with the free version). The SWF exporter will also be available to […]

Sweet Jesus I’m not kidding SUPER RYUCOPTER (It was a slow week okay?)

Good morning everybody, sorry for the late post but I hope everyone had a good Memorial Day weekend! I played a fun little game over the weekend that captured my attention long enough for me to play all the way through it, so it makes a perfect review for today. It’s a flash game called […]

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