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Jump, push, dive, and escape the slime in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. Play through bizarre challenges and obstacles against 60 players and be the last bean standing! Go through levels like Whirlygig, the ever-difficult Slime Rush, and Fruit Chute. Collect as many crowns as possible and be treated to a vast array of cosmetics and customization options. 10rate
Combat countless enemies in Frenzy Retribution, an action-packed game where you fight hordes of foes in a bloody yet mesmerizing combat style. Use various skills to keep enemies at bay and execute them in order to heal. Fight to your heart’s content, but be sure to counterattack, dodge, and approach battles with a plan, not just with brute force. 10rate
Tove's world was turned upside-down when her home was destroyed, her father possibly killed and her beloved brother was kidnapped by a monster and brought into a mythical world. Regardless of the dangers she might face, she steeled herself and went after the monster in hopes of rescuing her brother before it's too late! 10rate
The Corona Virus world wide pandemic has left the games industry somewhat dependent on the internet to reach their target audience to make up for the unavailability of the massive trade shows employed through the years. To cope with this, the concept of the Virtual Games Expo looks to be a very promising one. -rate
Despite being a browser game, Game of Thrones has some astounding graphics and designs. One of our favorite ones is the designs for various great cities scattered across Westeros. Which of these do you like the most?
by joseAug 6, 2020The Corona Virus world wide pandemic has left the games industry somewhat dependent on the internet to reach their target audience to make up for the unavailability of the massive trade shows employed through the years. To cope with this, the concept of the Virtual Games Expo looks to be a very promising one.
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