Friday, June 6, 2008

The Daily Kong: Monsters Challenge

Play of the Day!
The Play of the Day! is a daily column where I showcase my personal pick of the best game uploaded the day before.
TBA by armorgames

Controls: Spacebar

Quick Review: This game is amazingly fun, mostly for the fact that it's so simple to play, with stunning graphics and extremely simple controls I found myself playing over and over again. Highly recommended game, another hit from Armor Games!

Also check out great reviews for Kongregate games at ACKK

Retro Play of the Day!
This piece takes a look into the games uploaded to Kongregate One Year ago! Thats almost a century on the internet

Castledraw by freeworldgroup

Controls: Mouse

Quick Review: A really interesting game where you need to draw stones to destroy those scaling your walls. Really fun game and I highly recommend it. I love how the game reads your circles and creates a rock accordingly.

Notable Forum Posts
Heres a place where the forum gets spotlighted upon, every day there are great threads and heres a spot to keep up on at least a few

Kongai Update
The Truth about Greg!!! Shocking News!
Some notes on copyright infringement

Kongregate News

Kongregate always has some kind of news, we're in beta! Whats going on recently with Kongregate and the Kongregate community

The challenge is up and it is... MONSTERS DEN! Finally the API is working for this game and I must say I absolutely am in love with it.

That and if you would kindly check the Kongai Update link above you'll see that the folks at Kongregate are actually doing progress in regards to Kongai, shocking I know :P

Am I slacking, probably. Here is a place where I tell you whats up in my world so you can know what to expect from the blog world.

Not much going on here, I've asked Northernpolarity to write up a guide for the card but if it's not here by saturday I'll probably write one up myself. Happy Monster hunting!


Focus said...

My monster hunting is not really happy :(

ExtremePopcorn said...

This is a pretty interesting forum post: