Ever dreamed about breaking barrels and sliding under pianos dressed as a chicken that poops rainbows and wears an octopus as a hat? WELL NOW YOU CAN!
A short and quick game about keeping a ball in the air by using two cannons that fire in its direction. Go for the highest score possible in the 60 seconds limit imposed by the game.
Made in 72 hours for Ludum Dare #23, Tiny Timmy and Big Bill is a short platformer in which you control two characters at the same time attempting to collect mustaches.
Concerned Joe is a little game about a tiny character whose health is constantly draining if he doesn't move. Oh yeah, it also has a very irritating narrator.
Thoreau is a game in which you use your "sense" to disintegrate obstacles. It was made in 72 hours for Newgrounds Game Jam #6 where the theme was "Hallucinations".
Created in 72 hours for Newgrounds Game Jam #2, Mechanical Ice Apocalypse is basically a boss fight where you have to learn patterns and dodge lasers & bullets in order to take down a huge mech.
A top down shooter that takes exactly 5 minutes to play. You start on the ground fighting patterns of various enemies, and a few seconds later, you'll end up in space fighting a giant evil spaceship...
An endless runner created in little over a week in the hopes of winning a lifetime supply of bubblegum. We didn't win the gum but we ended up with a pretty cute running game instead!
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