What would you like to do?
* Mozilla Firefox * Opera web browser * Google Chrome * MAME * VLC * MPlayer * Jnes * Nestopia * OpenOffice.org * PuTTY * Frostwire * Kega Fusion … * ImgBurn * Adobe Flash Player * Apache web server
Well you could try Minecraft if you like to build borderlands 1/2 if you like epic guns and a ton of them Mario if you like the classics Zelda of you like fantasy and …if you want a challenge try Dark Souls.
star doll tetris battle
Egg hunt Guess how many jelly beans Bingo Throw the egg in the basket
Well, it depends. Go to Game Stop or something and see what appeals to you. But, if you want some suggestions...there's Call of duty, Cooking mama, style savvy, pictionary, dj… star, My sims -sky heroes, the sims 3, rabbids go home, transformers, build-a-lot, the legendary starfy, super Mario bros, scribble nauts, Zelda, Mario kart, bowser's inside story, Kirby super star, nintendogs, and many many more. I mean I could go on forever. Hope this helps. ;D
metal gear solid
Some good tween games.... Would-you-rather is always a good one for your younger tweens. (8-10) though it will not occupy for long. Truth-or-Dare has always been a classic (11…-13). I suggest this game for girls. If your worried about inappropriate questions you can order/make a deck of cards that has pre-made truth-or-dare ideas on them. If your looking for a longer lasting game your going to want to have some type of sport. Or, possibly for girls, a 'spa'. Game: Would-you-rather Ages suggested: (7-10) Lasts: Short period of time, 10-30 minutes. Game: Truth-or-Dare Ages suggested: 11-13 Lasts: Medium period of time, 25-60 minutes. Game: Sport/Spa Ages suggested: Any age Lasts: Long period of time, 45-180 minutes.
One of the best flash games is click play 2.you can play it here http://www.gamerevolt.com/shooting_games/hardboiled/ "copy and paste the link " hope you enjoy
Some code has been made publicly available, on the license that those that distribute it are not allowed to charge for it. Most well known is the "GNU" license. if you copy th…is code, and compile it for e.g. Windows, you are not allowed to charge for anything. You can only charge for adaptations of this. Most of the applications that run on Linux comes free of charge, but where special adaptations have been made, those that made the adaptations can charge and limit distribution. But just recompiling for Windows is not enough, something must be added. Other Freeware is original code, and are paid for by adverts. Another variant is to provide a minimum functionality, and then you have to pay to get the "full" version. Typical here are the "free" virus scanners - distribute them "free" creates a market and reputation, then they can charge for "corporate" license with the only change being that the sysadm is notified when a virus is detected.
Vampire the masquerade: Bloodlines is a really cool game.
aces high is one its really cool desert operations is a really good one I'm one it just type my name on the alliance icon my name is parkerlewis52
Angry Birds Fruit Ninja Call of Duty Zombies These are all fun iTouch games
The torture game 1, 2 and 3 are good for pointless torture. The Torture Chamber (Any edition) requires you to earn more pain points to unlock other torture techniques.