ok, this is seriously one of the most addictive games i have found in a long time. it’s a physics game, and is more about problem solving than “gaming” in the traditional sense.
click on the pink barriers to release things. try to “infect” the yellow balls by having them come into contact with a brown ball. get all the yellow balls in a level turned brown, and move on. a few levels have green balls — those you must not infect with brown. some of the levels are easy enough; but some took me a lot of trial and error before figuring them out. but i did the whole thing, and now i can rest.
OH NO! i just found out there’s a “color infection 2“! i’m toast.
ok, i solved ’em all.
this is one of the better little flash games i’ve seen in a while (called “poiser” for some reason that escapes me). super-addictive and fun. release little “hand drawn” boxes (of various sizes, as you go up in levels) onto a balance, and see if you can stack them above the line before tipping the scale. don’t say i didn’t warn you.
(ht to neatorama)
i could NOT stop playing this game. it is the very definition of addictive. got through all 25 levels.
the object is to destroy the beams and blocks holding up the little gold totem, without letting it fall to the ground. each level shows how many beams and blocks have to be destroyed. the black ones are indestructible, and end up being quite helpful. it’s ok if the totem falls, as long as it doesn’t hit the ground (of go off the screen). you’ll have to try several levels multiple times to find your way.
warning: do not play this unless you have a bit of time, or have massive will-power to stop after one or two easy rounds.
(ht to neatorama)
here’s a really fun and simple little flash game, called last egg standing. use your arrow keys to move the fox around and catch falling eggs. some eggs give you bonus points and lives; but the green egg takes a life away. i got 418 on my first try, which is not very impressive.