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Since my ability to spend long hours gaming has been at least temporarily prevented, I've been more into the mini-game/puzzles that don't take long to play/you can play on a browser. Hard to find good ones tho, so I thought when I come across one I'd share/discuss it here. Feel free to add your own links if you find a one!

 

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More of a simulation than game but still fun.

 

http://www.globalspec.com/Trebuchet/]The Treb Challenge - gain points for making your trebuchet toss a rock, based on real physics (supposedly).

 

I'm essentially a physics dunce, so my first attempt at figuring out how to even make the trebuchet toss a stone further than it's original setting was pretty much a dud. But I still found it kinda fun. The site also has a 'Build Your Own Rocket-Launcher' mini-game in the same vein.

 

http://www.globalspec.com/BrainStrainer/

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Didn't want to make another thread. :)
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So far I've only gotten a max distance of 486, accuracy and power around 650, for a total paltry score of around 1790. :yes:

 

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Projectile mass works against you. Lower is better.

Counterweight works for you. Higher is better.

Leave the rest default.

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I haven't knocked down the wall in one shot either. Just points for hitting it.

 

What I really want to know is: how did that one person get a score of 100,000? ;)

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Noticed the name, didn't think about it. But... ;)

Maybe the first 3-5 come from the maker of the game.

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3409

 

Got the wall down with 2 shots.

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I also managed to launch the rocket in the second game!

I looked at that one; it'a neat, but too much for my tiny brain. :dancing:

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Friends showed me this one:

 

Roadblocks - a simple game of about 22 short lvls of getting a ball to move into a 'goal.' It's not too hard, but there's a few tricky puzzler levels that may stump some a bit.

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Friends showed me this one:

 

Roadblocks - a simple game of about 22 short lvls of getting a ball to move into a 'goal.' It's not too hard, but there's a few tricky puzzler levels that may stump some a bit.

 

That's a good one. I remember being stuck on level 14 for over an hour the first time I played that game. =]

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Kitten Canon :)

 

Three Little Pigs - stack pigs to reach a cupcake - so cutesy it might make you hurl

 

Warthog Launch

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