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I’m about as old as Watergate and it has had a constant and vaguely Oedipal influence on me. Dad was a newsman; I’m a newsman. Dad hates Nixon; I hate Nixon. Newsmen took down a president; my Dad’s badder than the president. So I came to Watergate: The Game confident I could win with solid knowledge of the scandal.
When I got the link from a friend on Twitter, I thought Candy Box was some kind of a test or a joke. Candies started accumulating, and the only button I could click was “eat all the candies.” Gulp. Glump. OK. If eating sweets was a management sim, this would be the game.
At the University of Texas “every Friday before finals there’s a thing called ‘Foam Sword Friday’,” writes Austin H., a computer sciences major at the university. Students go to the university district’s main drag, cross the street during a red light, and then battle it out with foam swords.
Kanye Zone may look, play and sound like a cheap flash game, and…well, it is. That doesn’t stop it being a perversely addictive thing.
QWOP, the notorious, accursed and “most realistic simulation” of the 100m dash ever made, has a sequel. 2QWOP now delivers two-player split-screen multiplayer, good for settling stupid bets and drunken taunts among friends.