Let's play Next Please

Next Please is a fantastic game created by Vyacheslav Stephanov.  It is a game that gets better and better as you play it again and again.

It has 24 levels. Game is simple. There is a Dog which responds to the 
pressing of Arrow keys. It can move back and forth, and it can jump. You 
need to take it to the Exit in each level. You need to avoid some objects in 
the way. When you press the Spacebar, the dog will turn into a stepping stone and freeze. And a new dog will pop up at the start point. There are a fixed 
number of lives in each level . You can eliminate the last stone if it comes in 
your way by pressing X.

As you go to higher levels it gets more amd more challenging. There is a 
Walkthrough link in the Games window but that page is missing. 

I have created a video of this game that you can watch below

You can watch a walkthrough video below

You can play this game from the link below

Let's play Car Ferry

Car Ferry is a casual Physics game coded by Yuri Sanachev of 
sanachev.com. This game was developed under the group name "RedSlime Games" which seems to be inactive now. 

In this 35 Levels game you need to help a Car to go across the water by creating a Bridge. 

There are different objects that appear at the tip of your mouse pointer 
which you can drop by clicking once. If you drop these things in the 
correct locations, that will create the Bridge. 

The graphics are eye catching and the sound effects nice. There is also a background music which you can turn off it you like silence. 

This game is most suitable for kids in the age group (4 to 7) I guess. Although age is not a bar for enjoying a good online free computer game!

After playing one or two levels you will get the knack of it. Once you 
create the Bridge, you need to click on the Car to make it move.

If you are stuck at any level There is a "Tutorial" link at the left bottom 
corner of the game's window, which will open a new page with the video 
walkthroughs. There are two walkthroughs of the 35 levels. 

I have created an introductory video about this game that you can watch below

You can play this game from the link given below.

Let's play Rocket Science

Rocket Science is a casual physics game. This game is developed by Chris Underwood of deeperbeige.com in 2010. 

You can Drag and Rotate a Rocket within a box and aim it to get a perfect trajectory which is marked by a Dotted line. Once you click on the FIRE button all the Rockets will be blasted off. 

The Rockets can turn around the Blue surfaces, and they can push the Green objects. The Rockets will change their trajectory if they are placed at an angle close to each other as a Rocket's exhaust thrust can spin other Rockets. 

It is a game that does not rely on a particular answer. You can get a Bronze, a Silver or a Gold rating according to your Rocket's performance. You can improve your performance by playing a level again and again. 

It is a great game with a repeat play value. You may play it again and again and not get tired. Because with a slight variation of the Rocket's angle the trajectory and the final outcome changes. 

It is an ageless game, Kids as small as 4 years could play it well, and women and elderly people might find it stimulating. I would say kids in the age group (4-12) would like the game most. it is a free online game that should be available on most of the gaming sites. 

I have created an introductory video about this game that you can watch below.

You can play this game from the link below

Let's play Blow Things Up Part 1 & 2

It is fun to blow things up in. Not in real life though unless you are running a old buildings demolition company. You can get a taste of demolition fun with this nice little game called "Blow Things Up" which also has a sequel "Blow things Up2" which has a level Editor that means you can create your own levels. Blow things up2 has more characters with different properties. Blow Things Up2 is far much more interesting and fun to play than the first part.

There are no humans or animal characters in the game, so there is no graphic violence in this game to begin with.

It is a strategy game in the sense you got to select the correct location where you would place a bomb or bombs so that there is a desired impact as all the Red and other Evil (Things) Bouncy, heavy, firey etc Balls need to be knocked off the screen. While retaining the Yellow ones which are the nice ones.

It is a game created by Rob Donkin of robdonkin.com

There is a link to walkthrough for both the games embedded right in the games window. I have created an introductory video that you can watch below

Here are links to both the games



Let's Play Magnetic Rush

Magnetic Rush is an all time favorite game. It has two round magnets. 
It is played by Up and Down Arrow keys. 
Up Arrow or (P)- Attracts the magnets 
Down Arrow or (L) - Repulse the magnets

These magnets are placed in different situations. As you attract or repulse the magnets, they start moving over metal, wooden, cement and brick objects. There are wooden boxes which can be pushed around.

There are two rotating circles which are the final destinations of these magnets. You need to take each magnet to one of these circles, then the level ends. 
There is a background score, which you can turn off if you want a silent play. There are sound effects, and visual effects as there is spark generated when the magnets screech on the metal surfaces.

It is an intelligent game. If puzzles is your thing, you would not want to miss this one. This is one of those games which you must play at least once in your life.

There is a Solution link at the top of the screen which will open a new page with the video walkthrough. I have created an introductory video of this game . You can watch it below

You can play this game form the link below