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)

 

Pacman

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)

 

 

 

 

 

Exoskeleton will be optional in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer

One of the most striking additions to this year’s Call of Duty is the introduction of the exoskeleton suit. The suit allows higher jumping, increased melee attacks and cloaking, among other perks. Of course, this will radically affect the way multiplayer matches play out, which is risky business for a game as multiplayer reliant as Call of Duty. Never mind though, because spokespeople from Sledgehammer Games have confirmed you can play multiplayer without the suit.

Sledgehammer Games’ Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield confirmed the news with YouTuber DvLZStaTioN. “We understand that some players may want to go back to the more traditional style,” Condrey said, “so there will be a traditional playlist where you can play Team Deathmatch and Domination and Capture the Flag and others without boost jump, without the Exo.”

The duo also confirmed that a third mode will be revealed at a later date, pointing to the imminent reveal of Advanced Warfare’s equivalent to the zombie horde mode in previous installments.

Cory Banks went hands-on with the Advanced Warfare multiplayer component last week at Gamescom. “The focus on vertical movement and dynamic maps will certainly distinguish it from previous CoDs, but we expect that core CoD multiplayer formula to remain in tact.”

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Arena of Fate gameplay video features an aggressive Red Riding Hood

You’ve just got to have a MOBA nowadays. Crytek is aware of this, so Arena of Fate is the studio’s entry into the extremely popular genre. Our first glimpse at the game in action arrived at Gamescom 2014, and here finally is the full video for your viewing pleasure. Watch as Red Riding Hood explains the rules in her (rather overdone, let’s face it) regional British accent, and then watch as Alice (of Alice in Wonderland fame) helps slay her enemies.

It appears to be pretty standard fare operationally, though Red Riding Hood does advise of a 20 minute limit to each match. A player can win before that if they outscore their opponent, and if there’s no emphatic winner by the end of the 20 minute limit, the team with the higher score wins.

It’ll be interesting to see how Arena of Fate fares against the giants of the genre, namely Dota 2 and League of Legends. Crytek isn’t the only studio to try their luck at a MOBA of late: there’s even gonna be a Dead Island MOBA, which is weird.

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The Best Free Games of the Week

Welcome to the blitmaze. It’s a tetrachrome dungeon filled with noise and green—lots and lots of green—and it’s joined this week by a game of light and bats and darkness, another reliably good Nifflas adventure, Planet of the Petunias and more. If that sounds like a pleasant way to spend your Saturday—spoiler: it does—stick around to sample this week’s crop.

Saira by Nifflas

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Nifflas has made his spacefaring adventure Saira available free of charge, and it’s well worth a look if you’re a fan of his Knytt series, or ambient exploratory platformers in general. For me, the collagey art style he employs here isn’t quite as consistent as the lovely pixel art in Knytt/Knytt Stories, but there’s a ton of atmosphere to the game’s handful of planets, as you leap around and take holiday snaps as the behatted space photographer Saira. Expect puzzles, terminals, tricky leaps and, inevitably, quite a lot of deaths.

blitmaze by dustmyte

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A GameBoy-styled first-person maze-’em-up where deciphering the environment is part of the puzzle. It’s (unsurprisingly) rather difficult finding your way around, particularly when everything in your vicinity consists of shades of the colour green, and coupled with the chunky, chunky pixels this can be a tough game to parse at times. It’s all for the good though, with blitmaze packing a great deal of deliciously tricksy navigation into its low res, disorientating labyrinth.

Roguelight by Daniel Linssen

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In Daniel linssen’s Javel-ein, you only got one javelin, but he’s a little more generous with Roguelight—though not by much. Sporting a bow and a few arrows, you have to descend a dimly lit cave while avoiding bats, mages, spikes and the like, which is a particularly hard thing to do when you can’t bloody see them. Thankfully, you have fire arrows, which briefly light the surrounding area when nocked with X. The rubs are that you don’t have many of these, they’re your only means of attack, and that dear flame burns out after a while. Run dry and you’ll have to rely on scattered torches, luck, and the hope of running into a bundle of arrows as you fumble about in the darkness. After every death, you can use any acquired gold to lightly bolster your character; after a few tragic ends, you may even be able to survive for longer than a few minutes, but it will be a long, tough journey getting there.

2x0ng by David O’Toole

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2x0ng (it’s pronounced ‘toozong’, of course) is a little like Breakout, a little like peaceful puzzle game Color Zen (look it up), and a lot like the game ‘ooh, that’s kind of interesting’, which I play every week. Toozong is kind of interesting, in a ‘poking around in a procedurally generated puzzle’ sort of way. Every time your bouncing ball hits a coloured block it absorbs its hue; you can then use that coloured ball to remove similarly chromed barriers and eventually move on to the next garish stage. My favourite little thing in Toozong: when fired, your ball will seek out and rebound against enemies or blocks of the same colour. The art and sounds are all a bit placeholder, sure, but they’re readable, which is the most important thing.

Flower Garden by Josiah Jones

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I’m not including Flower Garden for the actual flower garden, which is admittedly fairly pleasant in a super-blurry sort of way. I’m also not including it for the soundtrack, a kinda catchy piece of pop that I think undersells the game a fair bit. No, I’m including Flower Garden because it gives you a jetpack, and it lets you fly straight up and into space. As you ascend, the music fades away, you see distant suns and planets, and you get to hang around on the moon, after you’ve successfully pierced its gravity well of course. Leaving the moon and falling back to Earth is almost as exhilarating, and now I want Josiah Jones to make a game that allows you to travel to distant planets in order to see what exotic flora and fauna they have to offer. If it’s a game that doesn’t look like a blown-up JPEG, then all the better. (Via IndieGames)

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CS:GO ESL One Championship: watch these two amazing matches

The group stage of the ESL One Cologne 2014 just wrapped up today, whittling down the beginning 16 teams to an elite eight. We’ve already had two incredible matches out of Group D, and both have featured American team Cloud9, which faced Titan (France) and Team Dignitas (Denmark) as an underdog.

Read the full tournament breakdown on the Kniferound wiki.

WEDNESDAY

Cloud9 (USA) vs. Titan (France)
Map: de_dust2


Watch live video from esltv_cs on Twitch

THURSDAY

Cloud9 (USA) vs. Dignitas (Denmark)
Map: de_mirage

Note: The full match VOD hasn’t been uploaded yet. Above are the final three rounds of C9 vs. Dignitas, which I’ll replace once the full match is available.

[SPOILERS BELOW]

With the quarterfinals beginning tomorrow, there’s no clear contender for the tournament win. Cloud9, the remaining American team and “comeback king” of the group stage, faces NiP, the team that dominated 2013 and took second at the EMS One Katowice 2014. Before that, the Katowice 2014 winner Virtus.Pro, who crushed US challenger iBuypower, is matched against Team LDLC from France. Epsilon, who beat out NiP in its group match, will face a rebounding Dignitas. Fnatic is favored in its match with Na’Vi. Check the full tournament bracket for schedule information. All matches can be watched live through CS:GO’s in-game client or on the ESL Twitch channel.

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