Enjoy hitting the Pinata Hunter 3

If you are looking for a fun game to let time pass without the hardship of thinking strategies or solutions, Pinata Hunter 3 will surely serve the purpose. Your goal is to collect as many candies as possible using your bag or container while hitting the piñata. Just like in the party game, you aim to break the piñata for the candies inside it. In this flash game, it is not that easy to break the piñata. But while hitting it, candies are going out of it.

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And once you break the piñata, another one – stronger and better – will take its place. Use the candy values to upgrade your bag, weapon, skills (power, value of candies and accuracy) and gloves. Pinata Hunter games are addicting even though they are simple and even children can play them. Pinata Hunter 3 gives more upgrades and game features.

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Friday Fun: Roadkill Revenge

Are you ready for some stress relief after a long week at work? Then get ready to hit the road with this week’s game and help these animals dish out some well earned revenge for the death of their rabbit friend.

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Roadkill Revenge
When their rabbit friend is callously killed by a human in a car, these three animals decide that it is time for some payback. If they succeed in their mission the tables will be turned and it is the humans who will become roadkill instead of their friends.

The object of the game is to cause as much destruction as possible using your custom made car to crash into and through traffic and/or buildings.

here are forty-five levels of game play, so you will definitely be busy for a bit. As you progress through the different levels you will notice that the two dots beneath each level selection square will be green and/or red. This denotes successful completion or failure to accomplish the individual bonus goals for each level.

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At the beginning of each level you will be shown the goal and bonus challenges for that particular level. Click Start when you are ready to begin…

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Once you enter a level there will be a greenish-yellow “launching area” outlined in red located somewhere within the screen (varies from level to level). Move your car to the desired location within this area and left click with your mouse to prepare the car for launch.

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When the traffic comes to a complete standstill you will be presented with the results for the level. As you can see we successfully completed one of the bonus challenges but not the other. If you are unsatisfied with your results for a given level you can immediately replay it.

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Note: If for some reason you are unsuccessful in passing a level you will be presented with the opportunity to skip it after three failed attempts.

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Learn to fly 3

Learn to fly 3 is a game in which you can choose between 3 modes, story mode, classic mode and arcade mode. Each of them with their own fun parts. For instance, the beginning of the story mode is you awaking from a coma in an undisclosed hospital in Antarctica and then the story goes on. The game consists of a lot of options to define your playing style. You must work your way up to buy better upgrades to depart on further, longer and more fun flights.

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As you go on during the game, you will find new terrains and challenges, you can even unlock achievements which give you extra money. If you are ready to embark on a journey to learn how to fly, you should definitely try this game. If you have already tried Learn to fly 3 or our previous Learn to fly games, you will absolutely be thrilled by this one, because it has more options and combinations. In this edition you are even able to destroy Icebergs and show them who’s boss. We’re sure you’ll enjoy this game, good luck and have fun in the quest to discover your flying abilities.

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H1Z1 Forces Cheaters To Publicly Apologize

H1Z1 might sound like a space ketchup, but it’s an open-world crafting MMO with zombies, because there aren’t enough of those right now. And like every massively multiplayer game that has ever been released, players instantly found exploits, cheats, and loopholes. They were shooting through walls, becoming invincible, and getting unlimited ammo — which made it decidedly unfun for the people not doing that.

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Unsurprisingly, the developers banned everyone using these exploits (it was faster than fixing them). In total, 30,000 players were banned, which means their community manager was deadlier to the world’s population than all the zombies put together. Some of the players obviously wanted to come back, and the head developer took to Twitter to say he would let them play again on one condition:

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Yep, all you have to do is just say sorry and you’ll be let back in. And, for some reason, it had to be a video apology — everyone knows email apologies can be faked. It seems needlessly complicated, but still not much of a hassle. Except maybe for the person sincerity-checking tens of thousands of YouTube apology videos. Well, luckily, only three people made a video. The other 29,997 people presumably played one of the 50 games exactly like it, not lorded over by a tyrant.

The few videos complained about the money they had spent and justified their cheating by saying everyone else was doing it. It’s a weak excuse in the real world, and maybe just as weak inside a fake zombie one. Still, it was the same thing every banned player was saying: “Only a chump plays it straight in a bent world.” They were so unapologetic and pathetic you almost wanted to side with the guy who took their video games away. That changed quickly.

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The developers had no sympathy for the cheaters and actually uploaded a video of their own, mocking all the shitty excuses they were given.

The point is, this story has no winners. A poorly made game was exploited by poorly made humans and now everyone hates each other. Not everything has a happy ending.

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Street Fighter V’s Rainbow Mika: A Force for Women in Games?

In fact, barring some appearances in the Udon Street Fighter comic, Street Fighter V is R. Mika’s only other outing of note since her first time out. Her new trailer has prompted less discussion of her origins, though, and more tongue-wagging about her looks, mostly along the lines of, “Wow, her outfit sure is something, isn’t it?” Indeed, it’s hard to look at R. Mika without wondering how her assets avoid spilling out of her costume. Every match she undertakes is a three-on-one.

 

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Despite her mind-boggling proportions and physics-defying costume, I’m glad to see that R. Mika is rarin’ to go for Street Fighter V. Much as I like Cammy and Chun-Li, we all just need an occasional reminder that there are other women Street Fighters out there, and some of them forego punches and kicks in favor of grappling and throws. And who needs projectiles like the Kikoken when you’re capable of propelling yourself butt-first into a foe?

The manner in which women tend to be represented in games is a complicated, multi-faceted topic that’s always guaranteed to bring people’s opinions boiling to the surface. As a lifelong game player who happens to be of the female persuasion, these discussions (even the heated ones!) mean a lot to me. I want to see more representation for my gender in games. I also want better representation.

“‘Better representation?'” you parrot. “Then how can you like R. Mika? She’s total cheesecake material.”

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I am but one lass, and I can’t speak for my gender as a whole. But I can say that I have nothing against, er, voluptuous women in games. Or even scantily-clad women. My problem has always been women characters whom I’m expected to take seriously while they slay dragons/wander the desert/travel the frozen wastes while baring their midriff through the majority of their journey.

Not all women are interested in fashion or accessorizing. But contrary to what some games want us to believe, most women above the age of three are capable of dressing themselves to suit their environment. Even a little girl who insists on wearing a princess tiara coupled with monster truck boots will put on a jacket before going outside in a snowstorm.

“So why does R. Mika get a pass?”

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Because her whole schtick is silly, goofy, and way over-the-top — all stuff you’d expect from someone working in “sports entertainment.” Mainstream wrestling is a profession that’s full of gimmicks, weird promos, and chairs meeting heads. Even male wrestlers outfit themselves in stupid costumes and show up on television framed in pin-up moments.

In fact, believe it or not, R. Mika’s representation is better than what most women wrestlers (“Divas”) are subject to in the WWE. Though the entertainment empire’s female roster has gradually garnered greater respect and recognition in the House of McMahon, R. Mika is still miles ahead in many ways.

Look at her Street Fighter V art, for instance. Is it gratuitous? Absolutely! But at least it shows off the fact R. Mika has meat on her bones, and when you’re throwing around other people — and getting thrown around yourself — you want to have some padding. By contrast, watching a WWE Diva’s exposed hip bones hit the mat makes me cringe every time.
In the same vein, the storylines featuring these women tend to involve a lot of back-stabbing, cattiness, put-downs, and other “character traits” chiseled out of the old/untrue trope about women hating each other. All that bad blood translates to a lot of shrieking, screaming, and crying in the ring.

R. Mika’s having none of that. She left school determined to train and become a wrestler, and by golly, she enjoys what she does. Even the reveal trailer has a lot of laughing, smiling, and all-important butt-flinging. She has muscle, and the act of using it makes her as happy as a kitten in a yarn shop
Admittedly, I haven’t mastered R. Mika’s move set, so I don’t know how much I’ll get to play of her in Street Fighter V. But wrestling isn’t necessarily about getting involved. For most of us, it’s about watching the performance on-stage.

…I’m still not sure how she avoids chronic wardrobe malfunctions, though. Starched costume? Clear tape? Crazy glue? I need to think on this

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Dark Souls

 

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The third entry in the Dark Souls series is almost upon us and fans are eagerly awaiting the moment on Monday night/Tuesday morning when they can press that beautiful “Play” button. But before fans can do that, they’ll need to pre-load the game and stare at it until it releases on Tuesday.

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Some keen eyes have spotted Dark Souls 3’s install size on Steam which points to it being roughly 17 GB’s meaning fans will be able to pre-load the game before April 12th so they can start screaming and punching holes in walls the second the game releases!

In other Dark Souls news, Bandai Namco revealed a Dark Souls clothing line today. Yeah… so that’s a thing. Dark Souls 3 releases on April 12th for Xbox One, PS4 and PC and you can read our review here

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Strike Force Heroes 1

Strike Force Heroes 1 is a great game that can be played by anyone who likes to play action games. The game possesses good quality graphics. The gameplay is also impressive. The game can be played over the internet free of cost. Do not click here if you do not wish to play the game right now.

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The game is not a bit boring and you can go on playing the game for hours. It is a shooting game so mostly you will only have to target your enemies and shoot them. However, simply pointing and shooting will not be enough to win this game. The enemies will be very powerful. You will have to be very tactful while dealing with them. You have the freedom to choose from a variety of soldiers. Each class of soldier is different from the other in many ways. You can pick out any soldier you want.

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