Turn all people into vampires in this excellent physics game, includes a level editor.
Destroy each building and tower with your dynamite. Each level has limited dynamite and requirements for dropping rubble below the goal line. Earn money and beat all 20 levels!
Take command of the traffic in the streets, redirecting cars, and telling them when it is okay to stop, and when it is okay to go. One big game of Red light green light keeps you on your feet in this addicting traffic driving game.
Slide the smilies to match 3 of the same color. Make combo's, earn bonuses, break locks, and fill up the big smiley within the time limit! Beat all 24 levels in the Challenge mode, or have endless fun in the Relaxed mode.
A physics based game where you move the ball through a maze of challenges. Use the angles that the ball bounces off the edges to direct it where you need it to go.
The Ancient oracle relies on the hypnotic fumes that rise from an underground stream to induce her visions. You are the god Apollo, returned with bow and arrow to defend the oracle and blast away the boulders before they plug the ancient well forever.
You're Viro, a ninja who stands against evil creatures! Yet you're a complex guy, instead of using conventional weapons, you spread a virus, which only affects demons and undeads. Vampire Fever is a billiard-like physics game, which you control your character "Viro"(instead of the white ball) and try to infect by touching other creatures on the screen. The virus is very contagious among healthy, but it has one weakness: If two sick creature collide, they both heal. As you progress, you encounter with different creatures(like vampires, mummies, ghosts, electrocuting demons, chocolate demons, etc...) and artifacts(barrels, bombs, slicers, trees, portals, etc...) which have different properties/physics behaviours, meaning lots of additional fun. There are three modes included, normal game (with 120 levels), challenge mode(which include 6 levels and different gameplay mechanic) and a level creator.
Draw objects to block the attacks of two amateur assassins and to protect a famous philanthropist as he travels the world.
What drives someone from sanity to madness? Is it the incessant clicking of the mouse frantically trying to clear the world of its problems? Maybe so. Will playing this game help stop the madness? Probably not, but it's a fun diversion. So enter on your journey, my friend... a journey into self-discovery!