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  • Dark Cut 3

    Dark Cut 3

    The great thing about browser games is that they allow developers to go all out in terms of gameplay and narrative, and Dark Cut 3 is a fine example of this. The game goes on to continue with its Trauma Center meets Battlefield style of gameplay: you practice virtual surgery on patients in the middle of a war. There is already a lot of pressure when it comes to dealing with injuries that require a surgeon's skill, but it gets even crazier when you have to do it in the middle of a warzone. Dark Cut 3 delivers that amazing experience with a wicked sci-fi twist that will leave players wanting for more.

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  • Whack Your Neighbour

    Whack Your Neighbour

    Ever seen those labels that talk about “animated violence”? Whack Your Neighbor is the game that brings that in spades. From smashing your target's face in with a bottle, to making your dog attack, to calling upon some ‘divine' powers -the game features a whopping 32 different ways to violently dispose of an annoying neighbor. That being said, this is not the game for the faint of heart, Whack Your Neighbor was designed for those of you seething with frustration and hate -or find sheer wanton violence as hilarious. No matter how you look at it, this game is serious bloody fun.

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  • Grand Theft Auto 4 Mobile

    Grand Theft Auto 4 Mobile

    GTA Vice City came out more than a decade ago -to an era when open was not yet a standard (GTA3 was massive innovation when it came out, and the same goes for Morrowind). As such being able to visit the 80's themed streets of Vice City was an impressive experience. You could steal cars, mess around with random NPCs, drive across large areas. Sadly, the game does not really hold up too well by today's standards. The once impressive cityscapes of VC now look pretty empty and bland, and for the most part, the gameplay is what makes GTA Vice City mobile stand out from the rest.

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  • Effing Worms Xmas Review

    Effing Worms Xmas

    Everyone knows that time slows down in the run-up to Christmas. Many think this is due the anticipation of the holiday season, but what's really going on here is boredom. There's scarcely a better way to kill off this boredom - and this is meant literally as well as figuratively - than to feed your inner destructive monster by playing a game whose core premise is to feed the most destructive Christmas monster there is. Effing Worms Xmas will be a warmly familiar experience for those that have played its predecessors, yet newcomers will revel in the wanton destruction of elves, reindeers, yetis, and all manner of worm food above the ground. Prepare to make Christmas the least merry time of the year for your victims: for you however, it's feeding season.

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  • Infectonator Xmas Review

    Effing Worms Xmas

    As bells jingle and halls get decked with boughs of holly, do you want to be passing the time with board games this Christmas? Or would you rather be doing something a little more dastardly? Perhaps infecting large groups of people with a virus by starting off with just a single infection and watching the mayhem spread in front of your eyes? The only sensible reaction to this description is intrigue of course, since Infectonator: Christmas Edition is one of the few (if not the only) flash games on Earth that allow you to do such heinous things in the name of festive entertainment. Delightfully retro graphics combine here with genre-transcending gameplay (think real-time strategy, zombie, and infection to name but a few) here to create an addictive, unusual, and generally outrageous state of festive affairs.

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