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Heaven or Hell 2 by foggames
Battle against the forces of Hell in this epic strategy game. Upgrade your forces and face increasingly difficult odds as you fight the evil minions of Hell.
Help Mr. Mole with his digging, be careful though as you don't want to hit any mines in this interpretation of the Minesweeper classic.
The space mining industry is a cruel and harsh world to exist in. Precious asteroid nodes are viciously defended for their minerals. Expand your empire through the cosmos and eliminate all competition.
Use the mouse to click on a gem. Click an adjacent gem to swap positions.
Fast paced scary game where you have to match the falling pumkins, dried heads and scary relic tiles in groups of 3 or more. Shapes can be matched in all directions, there is a preview of the next combo and one should keep an eye on it. Lots of levels to get through. Game ends when tiles hit the roof and no more combos can be made.
You're the brand new harbour master, your job is to guide the ships into the correct docks so they can unload their cargo safely. Be careful what routes you plan for the ships as the lanes can become really busy.
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Written by Greg McClanahan (on his free time outside of work, before you criticize his priorities) and art by Michael Swain (Mastermind badges might actually arrive soon — blame him if they don’t!). All music is from the Kongregate Collabs, courtesy of Asteroid Blues, Ed Brew and Robotaki.
This thing took forever to write, and I think I broke some blood vessels in my brain trying to keep all the parallel scenarios consistent with what can actually be changed via player choices. I hope you enjoy it — feel free to leave comments about what you enjoyed and what sucks for if I decide to write another one later (yeah, I know, TL;DR… the full text is something like 80 pages, but there are plenty of other instantly fun games on the site).
I’m sure there are typos — whisper me if you find any.