Evil Elves (2) tells a classic Christmas tale: It’s Christmas Eve and Santa is soaring through the sky, pulled by his loyal reindeer when all of a sudden a gigantic snowball crashes into the fat man, launching him out of his sleigh along with of his precious Christmas presents. It's the evil elves! With a rocket strapped to his back, Santa must fly around, hastily picking up all the lost presents. Also, he can throw snowballs. There’s a jetpacking Santa, evil elves, presents, snowballs, and Christmas trees – the perfect holiday game.
It's pretty much exactly what it sounds like, the President running around New York shooting aliens. What's not to love? The best part of this simple side-scrolling shooter though is that whether he's clearing cop cars or firing his plasma cannon at alien invaders, Barack never stops smiling. Taking care of the scum of the universe is apparently just another day's work for the Commander-in-Chief.
Good fun to be had, here, yo. Description: "A mixture of projectile and physics game, on Ragdoll Cannon you need to fire dolls (no kidding) away, with the objective of hitting the “Here” pad on each level. There are many obstacles along the way, and you need to to use your brain more than once to finish the game." Sweet cannon blast sound effect, as well.
I guess Cartoon Network wasn't satisfied with only being one of the better channels on cable. Adult Swim, their late-night block of mature themed programming just so happens to make some of the best flash games around.
Sure, Schizophrenzy is a rip-off of a Nintendo game released years ago, but it has one advantage... It's free. And it's funnier. Pilot Mr. John K. Facey, P.I., through a Frank Miller-esque city while popping anti-psych meds and mario-stomping figments of your imagination. Oh, and the city's major is the bad guy.
Karoshi Suicide Salaryman is an unusual platformer in that the object is not to maneuver the character safely through each level. It's just the opposite.
That's right, the Japanese "sarariman" has finally hit rock bottom as the company staggers. You need to find increasingly difficult methods in which to off yourself. Complete with MS Paint-style blood and a loveablely rigid protagonist ... or antagonist. I think.