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Date: 26 October, 2004
'Use your mouse skills to keep him
walking in a straight line or he'll fall asleep in the gutter.
There may be other complexities but it's in German.'
Steve Tilley recommends
a selection of target games this month. Shoot it, rescue it, eat
it, guide it or spit balls at it.
Some games require your browser to have a 'plug
in' for Shockwave. You can download this for free here
If you are a parent, we advise you to try the game and the site
it's on first before letting your kids play them, to make sure you're
happy. (And, don't forget, you can also find great games for kids
in our own Global
To play a game, simply click on its name.
Dive for the fish, remembering you can't breathe underwater. Get
more than one fish per dive for bonus points.
Shoot arrows at a target or another bowman. Authentic blood if you
hit him. Ouch.
The drunk is trying to get home. Use your mouse skills to keep him
walking in a straight line or he'll fall asleep in the gutter. There
may be other complexities but it's in German.
Melt the plunging ice-blocks and be nourished by the fruit inside.
Fail to melt them and they bonk you on the bonce unless you sidestep.
Fly around on a cloud making it rain on the birds passing beneath
you. If only.
Use the mouse to control a bubble which bounces a yellow star around
the sky lighting up other stars. Lovely. Generally soothing. Thanks
Three birds wander along in the country, line astern, refreshing
themselves on cherry bubbles and avoiding obstacles, wasps and stuff.
Gain energy shields and add to the party as you go.
You are a mouse-controlled mouse, floating gently to earth on a
leaf, through the world's tallest tree, calming piano music in the
background. Gently wake up the chrysalises and watch the butterflies
take to the air. Orisinal must have soothed many office tempers.
If this doesn't work go back to shooting cats.
Stop the snake growing by spitting coloured balls out of the frog's
mouth. Found this strangely compelling. Think it must have been
the sound effects.
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