Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Plasma Pong

Plasma Pong was named one of the top five indie games by the influential tech
site Wired.com.

PLASMA PONG is a variation of PONG that utilizes
real-time fluid dynamics to drive the game environment.

Players have several new abilities that add fun twists to the classic game.
In the game you can inject plasma fluid into the environment, create a vacuum
from your paddle, and blast shockwaves into the playing area. All these abilities
have fluid-based kinetic effects on the ball, making Plasma Pong a
fast-paced and exciting game.


  • To score, you must get the ball past the opposing player's paddle
  • The ball swims with the currents of the fluid
  • Scoring will increase the level, causing the ball to be more reactive to the fluid
  • To move the ball, you need to manipulate the fluid. Here's how:

Hold the LEFT MOUSE BUTTON to shoot jet of
plasma out of the paddle

Hold the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON to suction the
plasma and ball back to the paddle

Release the RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON to blast a

Good Luck!

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Monday, August 06, 2007

Astro Battle 2

It you think the space ships in Warning Forever or Rrootage aren't good
enough, why don't you just build you own? You can with 10 Astro Battle 2, a game
where skill in assembling a deadly fighting machine from power generators,
thrusters, cannons, and cockpits is equally as important as your skill with a
joy stick. To test your theories of weaponry, the game has constantly raging
fight on Astro Battle's home page. The fighting itself is top-down 2D, which is
generally lame, but works well for testing the strength of armaments and
munitions instead of a person's fighting skill.

Price: Free
Operating Systems: Windows XP

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