October 31st, 2010
Boys and Girls was a fun theme to mix with Halloween. Perhaps, because of the nature of the month (at least in America), it’s no surprise that we ended up with a bunch of spooky titles. It would have been nice to have some boy games – though many were games made for girls with the hopes that boys would like them as well. In any case, do check out all 18 entries.
Try to please an unloving husband, by doing basic chores. The endings are worth the price of admission alone.
A dance for a couple’s courtship – requires two players. It made me feel something, which I’m told is difficult because I’m a robot.
Sneaky,sneaky Cactus-like game. Not sure it really fits the theme, but it’s a fun play.
Zombies have invaded the arcade – Dance your way to victory whilest blasting these undead bastards back to hell!
At the intersection of Button Mashing Street and Chausinism Road.
Switch between princess and witch to allow frog princes into your castle.
An RPG where you play as a cat – possibly at the end of the world.
Protect your pony from invading zombies – activate super cat to distract them. Delightfully B-rated.
A cute beat matching game.
Defend your egg from incoming sperm. Yep.
Cat feeding meets collapse, in this puzzle game.
Walk around collecting treats in this Halloween-themed platformer.
A mouse tracing game featuring the gates of hell.
Dress your gal properly for the occasion.
Word Detective 1, by Charlie Jackson
Guess the 4 letter word to solve the mystery.
Pixel Pals, Love & Heartbreak, by Aaron Yip
Poetry and pixel moving all in a GBA emulator – I’m not sure what’s going on here.
Girls Tower Defense, by James
Place flowers to stop ghouls from attacking you. Simple, but frantic.
A 2-4 player word game based on the Scrabble rules.