Juegos online

Una recopilación de juegos que merece la pena probar.


Mario flash 2

Adaptación libre de mario con bastantes niveles.

(Pulsa sobre la imagen para jugar)



El comecocos de toda la vida.

(Pulsa sobre la imagen para jugar)


Panda Jet

Ayuda al panda a llegar lo mas lejos posible, con el dinero que consigas modifica su equipo para mejorarlo

(Pulsa sobre la imagen para jugar)


Test de inteligencia

Aunque no es un juego en si esta bien para pasar el rato y competir con algún amigo.

(Pulsa sobre la imagen para jugar)






The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will allow users to share game seeds

We still have no firm release date for The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, but a bunch of new info was released earlier today. Most of it relates to the console editions, but there’s some interesting details related to sharing game seeds. Each randomly generated run has its own seed name, which can be used to recreate a run for later play. You’ll also be able to share these seeds with others, though seeded runs won’t allow you to unlock crucial items.

Unlike the original Flash version of the game where levels were generated as you moved through rooms, Rebirth will map out the entire level as soon as you enter. According to Tyrone Rodriguez of publisher Nicalis, this change means the new system allows for 4,294,967,295 possible layouts.

There will be subtle variations to a shared seed though. “If you and your friend have a different set of items unlocked, you will mostly see the same items in the same places,” Rodriguez wrote in a blogpost. “But any items the seed generates which you haven’t unlocked will be replaced with ones you do have.”

Oh, and for what it’s worth: The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will run at a native resolution of 480×272, at 60 frames-per-second.

Here’s an example of how bringing up a seed will work (on PS4, but you get this gist):


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MLG suspends Call of Duty star Patrick ‘Aches’ Price due to ‘repeated harassment’

As pro gaming becomes more mainstream, game studios and e-Sports organisations are making more concerted efforts to clean up the sport’s image. Case in point is the suspension of Patrick ‘Aches’ Price from four MLG CoD Pro League Matches, as well as the NA 2K Tournament. Aches is part of the renown Evil Geniuses team, and is known for his combative and outspoken personality. Evil Geniuses boasts endorsements and sponsorships from the likes of Razer, BenQ and Monster Energy drinks, among others.

Aches has been suspended “due to “repeated harassment of MLG employees and conduct detrimental to the league in violation of Technical Foul Rules #1 and Additional Rules #2 of the Pro Circuit Conduct Rules,” according to a statement from MLG. The suspension will commence August 6 to allow Evil Geniuses enough time to replace Aches.

While the statement does not specify why Aches has been suspended, it’s likely related to his objection with the MLG rule which states that MLG coordinated matches and tournaments must broadcast exclusively on In a fiery Twitter missive last May, Aches had this to say on the topic: “It’s simply just MLG being vindictive, power-hungry, spineless, manipulative, and probably a tad upset we told them to fuck off.”

Indeed, MLG’s statement does make reference to the organisation’s stance on streaming: “we fully support Patrick’s right to stream on another platform, however, our rules will continue to prohibit streaming the MLG CoD Pro League and Pro Points Tournaments outside of”

It follows the banning last month of two League of Legends Challenger Series players due to “extreme toxicity“.


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Mass Effect Comic-Con panel reveals N7 connection, return of the Mako for next game

It’s natural to expect the big game-related news to emerge out of E3 or Gamescom, but BioWare just revealed a load of new details about the next Mass Effect in a panel at Comic-Con, which they reiterate is totally not called Mass Effect 4. The mighty Nerd Appropriate were on hand to take sneaky images, and thanks to their sterling work we now know that the first game’s infuriating/awesome spacecar the Mako will be making a return – they even showed footage of the thing in action, although sadly video hasn’t leaked of that yet. More details after the break, which may or may not include the letters ‘N7′.

Firstly, that image up there, courtesy of The Escapist’s Andrea Rene (Thanks, Joystiq). The Mako is back! Along with the words “Your Mako”, suggesting an element of vehicle customisation. Similarly, the words “Your hero” were emblazoned above images of male and female player characters that appear to be clad in N7 armour, as seen here:

If you’re thinking, “Wait, didn’t Shepard wear N7 armour?” you’re right, but BioWare reiterated that this isn’t Shepard’s story, despite the implications of you wearing getup reminiscent of that famous dudette/dude’s iconic garb. GameFront’s Phil Horshaw was also at the event, and quoted BioWare as saying “our hero has something to with N7″, ruling out my pet theory of the player character being a gangly Hanar.

Other titbits, courtesy of Nerd Appropriate: familiar characters might reappear in Not Mass Effect 4, while the game’s multiplayer component will likely focus on co-op, and have players assuming one of a variety of races. More details are bound to spill out over the next day or so – until then, we’ll be reliving our best/worst Mako memories, and imagining how an ME1-style planet might look rendered in the Frostbite engine.

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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor launching five days early

Videogame release dates change all the time, but it’s not often that they’re moved ahead, rather than back. Yet that is exactly what’s happened with Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, which is going to hit the shelves a few days earlier than expected.

“Based on hearing fans’ excitement over the latest chronicle in Middle-earth, WBIE will release the action game earlier than originally planned at all participating retailers,” the publisher said in a press release. Monolith Community Manager Andy Salisbury emphasized the point on Twitter, writing, “We’re fans of giving the people what they want!”

Not to be overly cynical about it, but Monolith may also be fans of not having their games buried by other releases. As Wikipedia notes, the original release date, October 7, is a busy day: Alien: Isolation, Driveclub, NBA 2K15, NBA Live 15 and Project Spark all launch on that day. October 2, on the other hand, is nothing but Mordor.

To find out more about Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, have a look at our hands-on E3 preview.

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