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    Grow Tower

    This game is the latest in a series of “Grow” games that are so adorable they make a litter of baby kittens look like a pile of puke. [Editor’s Note: Hint - it’s all about the order you choose to arrange the tower. And a warning - this is really addictive.]

    ☁Spam Of God☁ 4 years ago 13 responses

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    How to Raise a Dragon

    One of those projects that straddles the boundary between art and game, How to Raise a Dragon is the latest charming offering from Gregory Weir. You can get through it pretty quickly, but it’s really all about the choices you make. What kind of a dragon to you want to raise? View Media ›

    Jack Shepherd 4 years ago 29 responses

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    Bango

    A puzzle game and a platformer all in one. Each time you step on a block, it disappears. But the only way to get to the next room is to get rid of all the blocks. The whole thing is kind of Sisyphean and depressing. Protip: Turn down the sound or puncture your ear drums with something sharp rather than listening to the in-game music. View Media ›

    Jack Shepherd 4 years ago 13 responses

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    Magneboy (Game Battle)

    In the spirit of Bloxorz (“flash puzzle games that drive me mad”), I dare you to challenge your wits with (the much cuter) Magneboy. [Jack’s Note: Scott is out today, but BuzzFeed reader Joe M is stepping onto the Game Battle stage with this addictive sliding-blocks puzzle game. Enjoy!]

    joe m/ɯ ǝoɾ 4 years ago 5 responses

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    Learn to Fly (Game Battle)

    I am posting this Friday’s game earlier than normal because it will require the entire rest of your day. Quick description, because you really need to get to work ASAP: You are a penguin researcher. You must learn to fly. The first few days, just try to stay as flat as possible - then the strategery kicks in. This is normally the part where I make fun of Scott, but I don’t have time. Must. Play. More. Learn to Fly. Have fun! View Media ›

    Jack Shepherd 4 years ago 20 responses

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    Jelly Towers

    Stack the jello blobs so that the monsters can enjoy their favorite food instead of eating you. They can be pretty picky about the flavor of jello they eat, and they never thank you for it, but it’s still somehow very satisfying to feed them. View Media ›

    Jack Shepherd 4 years ago 5 responses

  • Electric Box

    Here’s an awesome new puzzle game from Candystand. Use the gadgets to connect the power source to the target on increasingly complex circuits. It takes a minute or two to figure out how it all works, but it’s totally worth it. This one’s a winner.

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 14 responses

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    POPOPOP

    This Friday’s addictive Flash game is best played with headphones on. The soothing popping of the bubbles will help you deal with the frustration of some of the harder levels. Note: Do not allow feelings of pity to tempt you to play whatever game Scott posts. He got what he deserved, and (seriously, for his own sake) we don’t want to encourage his bad habits. Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 7 responses

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    Open Doors

    It’s time for your Friday game, with a twist. I want more people to play this game than whatever whack-ass game Scott posts, if he gets around to it. In order to make this happen, I have chosen a truly excellent puzzler with fluid, intuitive gameplay and a simple concept: Get the square to the X. Enjoy. Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 12 responses

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    Filler

    Here’s your unbelievably addictive Flash game of the day. It’s been around for a little while, but it’s definitely due for a revival. Try to fill up the screen with the big balloons before the evil little bouncy balls get you. Read More ›

    Jack Shepherd 5 years ago 1 response

  • Mad Men Jeopardy!

    A Mad Men category will be on the board come the October 17th show, so in the meantime, you can play the 1960’s-centric online version. Pause and ask yourself: what has Don Draper taught me (besides how to be the coolest guy ever)?

    Eliot Glazer 5 years ago 1 response