Mappy is a side-scrolling platform game that features cartoon-like animals, primarily cats and mice. The game's main character itself is a mouse. Mappy runs on Namco Super Pac-Man hardware, modified to support horizontal scrolling. The name Mappy is likely derived from mappo, a Japanese slang term slightly insulting for a policeman. The player guides Mappy the police mouse through the mansion of the cats called the Mewkies to retrieve stolen goods. The player uses a left-right joystick to move Mappy and a single button to operate doors. The mansion has six floors, four or five in some other versions, of hallways in which the stolen items are stashed. Mappy and the cats move between floors by bouncing on trampolines at various places in the house. Both Mappy and the cats can land on a floor on the way up, but not on the way down. When they pass in the air, Mappy is unharmed by the cats, but if Mappy runs into a cat anywhere else, he will lose a life. The trampolines will break if Mappy bounces on them four times in a row. The trampolines change colour depending on how many times Mappy has used them without a rest green zero bounces, blue one bounce, yellow two bounces, red three bounces. A red trampoline will break if Mappy attempts it again. If a trampoline breaks and there is another trampoline below, Mappy will live. If there is either a bottomless pit or a floor under the broken trampoline, Mappy will lose a life. To reset a trampoline, Mappy must touch a floor. Bouncing on a trampoline is worth 10 points. As there are 256 rounds, like in Pac-Man and other 8-bit arcade games, the last round's play is normal, but harder than usual. When the player finishes the round, which is also known as Round 0, the first round appears again.
Jungle Monkey running is an amazing run and jumping adventure game. Help the monkey to collect as much as banana and complete the levels in the forest. Tap to jump and double tap to jump and escape the pitfalls. Just tap the screen to let the monkeys jump, collect fruits, bananas and pineapple as many as you can, do not fall off the ground. Go to the end of castle to pass the level. Features awesome 2D graphics, 3 different terrains, more than 150 cool and addictive levels, great music and sounds and collecting bananas. Try out the game and have fun and enjoy. Various cool tricks. Easy and smooth control and beautiful animation. Tap the two bottoms on the screen. The right one is accelerating and the other one is jumping. The game is easy to play but hard to master.
Get ready to guide Didrik the dragon through villages with challenging obstacles while collecting shiny loot for your hoard! Dragon Dipper is a charmingly simple game where you guide Didrik the dragon through dangerous villages by calmly (frantically?) tapping to keep Didrik on the right track. On the way you can collect shiny stars and barbecue on stray sheep. Easy to learn and difficult to put down! Features: Simple and addictive gameplay! Fast-paced rhythm and movement Portrait
Mickey Mania The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse is a 1994 platformer video game. In the game, the player controls Mickey Mouse, who must navigate through various side-scrolling levels, each designed and based from classical Mickey Mouse cartoons from 1928 to 1990. Mickey Mania is a platformer in which players control Mickey Mouse as he visits various locations based on his past cartoons, ranging from his debut in Steamboat Willie to the more recent The Prince and the Pauper. Mickey can attack enemies by either jumping on them or by using a limited supply of marbles, which are collected throughout the level. Mickey can take up to five hits, represented by the fingers he holds up on his hand, which can be replenished by collecting stars, whilst extra lives can be gained by finding Mickey hats. Levels offer a variety of challenges such as puzzles the player must solve, escaping from a rampaging moose and fleeing from a flaming staircase.
Garfield Caught in the Act is a platform game starring the comic strip cat, Garfield. Odie scares Garfield while he is watching television, and he ends up falling on the television. In a rushed effort to repair the television before Jon catches them, Garfield and Odie attempt to put the banged up and broken pieces together. Without so much as a screwdriver, Garfield quickly reassembles the television, minus a part or two. As Garfield throws away the spare pieces, they become an electronic monster known as the Glitch. The Glitch transports Garfield into the television and now he must defeat the Glitch to make his way out. The game is a platformer, with Garfield being able to attack enemies up close or throw objects at them. Enemies consist of ghosts, piranhas, crabs, bulldogs, and mummified mice. There are two bonus stages, one of which resembles a Whac-A-Mole game. Each time the player defeats a boss, Garfield takes a commercial break where he rockets through the Television Wasteland, trying for an extra life or a continue.
Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble is a video game released in 1996. The game stars Bugs Bunny and features pre-rendered 3D graphics. Similarly to 1994's Mickey Mania The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse, the levels in this game are mainly based on individual Bugs Bunny cartoons from Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series, stringing them together by having Bugs trapped in a Televisor created by Yosemite Sam as a mad scientist. Seven of the levels are based on the Bugs Bunny cartoons Duck. Rabbit, Duck, Bully for Bugs, Knighty Knight Bugs, Hare-Abian Nights, Spaced Out Bunny, Mad as a Mars Hare, and Hare-Way to the Stars, while the other level, entitled Haunted Hare, is based on elements of Bewitched Bunny and Hair-Raising Hare. Each level features objectives, designs, and opposing characters based on the source cartoons, though some levels take liberties to include plot elements, weapons, and obstacles that were not present in the original cartoons.
Blast your way to cosmic supremacy in the Asteroid Defence Force game. Your score is based on endless space shooter with buttock clinching tight spots. This game will keep you wanting for more and you have to try and beat the 910 score. Features include high score table, addictive and instant retry.
This game is about the pink panther who adores and loves the studio and goes there for a walk. In the game you control a pink panther, which is a good at jumping as well as fires his gun, which can only shoot at crows. The game has many traps that can plunge our punter. Also beware of the feed from the top ceiling and sandbags. In the game you will have a lot of jump and open doors. The game is very interesting with good graphics.
Pinball Pro is the best pinball game for your Android phone and features exact recreations of the all time greatest pinball tables. This game sets a new standard for realistic ball physics and graphical detail in pinball video games. You will be stunned with the level of realism and cutting edge visuals.
Help our UFO to escape from earth and go home. Flappy UFO Rescue is an interactive gave for everybody and it will be a good time on the job brakes. Features save me option, save me option purchase, free game leader board, brag to Facebook, interactive interface, retry option, Flappy character. Just download and enjoy.
This game was created for fun, to pass boredom and to learn more about beautiful novel. Features trivia questions based on famous novel places in Romania. Daily 10 new questions, all questions have an image, 5 floors in addition to new questions and update. Each country has its beauty. General culture does not mean a vast knowledge in one area but in many. Each wrong answer will show you the correct answer. If you answer correctly just press the next to the next question to start with a new set of general knowledge questions.
This is a challenging image puzzle to keep you engaged for hours. Just slide the tiles to complete the picture. Download this puzzle and take up the ultimate challenge. If you find it extremely difficult to solve just click on show solution and it will show you how to solve the puzzle.
Panic Restaurant is a platform game that stars a chef named Cookie who must navigate through his own restaurant, which has been cursed by a rival chef named Ohdove. Cookie has to battle evil food monsters with kitchen utensil weapons in six levels before taking on Ohdove in a final battle. Kenji Eno, who would later develop the D series, was the game's designer. The names of the game's main character and villain were changed when the game was localized for Western audiences. In the Japanese version, the hero is a chef named Kokkun.
Lemmings is a puzzle-platformer video game. Lemmings is divided into a number of levels, grouped into four difficulty categories. Each level begins with a trap door opening from above, releasing a steady line of lemmings that follow each other. Levels include a variety of obstacles that prevent lemmings from reaching the exit, such as large drops, booby traps and pools of lava. The goal is to guide at least a certain percentage of the green-haired, blue-robed lemmings from the entrance to the exit by clearing or creating a safe passage through the landscape for the lemmings to use. Unless assigned a special task, each lemming will walk in one direction ignoring any other lemming in its way. A lemming can die in a number of ways like falling from a great height, falling into water or lava, disappearing off the top, bottom or side of the level map, being caught in a trap or fire, or being assigned the Bomber skill. Every level has a time limit and if the clock counts down to zero, the level automatically ends. To successfully complete the level, the player must assign specific skills to certain lemmings. Which skills and how many uses of each are available to the player varies from level to level, and the player must assign the skills carefully in order to successfully guide the lemmings. There are eight skills that can be assigned Climbers, Floaters, Bombers, Blockers, Builders, Bashers, Miners and Diggers. Lemmings are initially released at a rate predetermined by the level but the player can increase the rate as desired to a maximum of 99, and later decrease it. The player also has the option to nuke all the remaining lemmings on the screen, converting them to Bombers. This option can be used to abort a level when in a no-win situation, remove any Blockers that remain after the remaining lemmings have been rescued, or end a level quickly once the required percentage of saved lemmings has been reached.