Retrieve the ice cream in Fancy Pants World 2

Oh no! The angry bunny stole Fancy Pants’ ice cream. You must help him retrieve it! In Fancy Pants World 2, you get to immerse yourself in the wonderful game once again. Packed with more challenges, you will surely enjoy this game more than you enjoyed the first one. Help Fancy Pants retrieve his ice cream by running and jumping around to defeat your enemies and overcome all the difficult and challenging obstacles.


You will also have a lot of moves you can use to do this so it really sounds fun, right? Right! Also don’t forget to collect coins in order to buy upgrades. To know more about the storyline, gameplay and visual effects of the game, click the link that will be provided:

What are you waiting for? Click the link now to know more about Fancy Pants World 2!


Why I can’t stop stealing in Fallout 4

Seems to be growing well,” I tell the malnourished farmhands before ripping their gourds from the ground and stuffing them down my trousers. Strangely, they’re cool with this, so I try selling the grotty vegetables back to them to see what happens. They buy them. They actually buy back the gourds they saw me steal. Fallout 4 ’s wasteland is my own personal pick ‘n’ mix.


A kidnapped baby isn’t the driving force behind my exploits in this nuclear-ravaged world. No, my primary motivation is building an increasingly epic looter’s paradise loaded with disco balls and pictures of kittens and musical pressure pads that play La Cucaracha badly when you walk on them. The boy comes second after I finish my dance floor, which is probably never, and the whole ‘avenging my dead wife’ thing is third I guess.


So, pockets unfeasibly loaded with corn and melons and something called ‘tatos’ which are a mutated tomato/ potato hybrid that sadly does not work well in song (“You say tato, and I… also say tato”), I travel to Sanctuary. The quaint neighbourhood I lived in before being frozen for 200 years is still standing, and despite peeling paint on the houses and the cars outside them turning to rusted husks, it’s a home I’m committed to rebuilding. My every second exploring the Commonwealth is spent looking for shiny items like a massive featherless magpie, a magpie with opposable thumbs who can fashion those objects into something cool. A magpie on a mission.


A guard in Diamond City strikes up a conversation but I ignore him and focus on scanning the background for umbrellas and spatulas. I walk through majestic environments staring entirely at the floor. I make a beeline for a broken mop in a super-mutant’s lair because I need its precious cloth and that futon won’t make itself. Old newspapers and ashtrays and duct tape and desk fans are the new gold (the old gold, gold, is fairly useless).

My routine involves loading up with lightbulbs and hotplates and teddy bears until I can’t carry any more, giving another ton of junk to my begrudging pack mule of a companion, then hotfooting it back to base after every mission to empty my stash. I imagine typewriters and paintbrushes and battered books streaming from pockets en route like a crappy breadcrumb trail made from sheer garbage.


I can do a lot with these materials, though, like scandalously shredding an American flag and using its material to make a doormat, mounting stuffed animal parts on the walls of my bedroom, scrapping plungers and pencils and using their wood to build a fence around my most annoying settler who keeps asking me for drugs, and harvesting copper from telephones to wire up my electricity pylons and creating a promotional radio station that broadcasts a humblebrag across the Commonwealth. My ultimate aim is collecting enough human bones to make a pool I can swim in like a detestable Scrooge McDuck.

My every action in Fallout 4 is taken with homestead expansion in mind, and as such it’s spoiled other games for me. I don’t want to play something in which filling my clown-car pockets with alarm clocks and spatulas isn’t handsomely rewarded. I’d steal you if I could.

Fallout 4

he Commonwealth in Fallout 4 is a sprawling wasteland, full of fascinating places to explore and interesting people to meet and possibly kill, depending on how much you like what they’re wearing. Because it’s a huge game, players could take months to fully explore every nook and cranny that it has to offer. While the main quests take you through a lot of the bigger settlements and points of interest in Fallout 4, we’re willing to bet that there are more than a few radioactive stones that you’ve left unturned. With that in mind, here are a few choice locations off the beaten (and bombed) path in order to provide you with some fun distractions. Just pray that no Deathclaws wander into these areas.
The parking garage dungeon/maze is located next to Milton General Hospital. Should you choose to venture into this labyrinthine structure, be warned that it’s a pretty long maze full of puzzles, so you should definitely save your game before heading into the building. But for those of you with enough gumption (and what we assume is a large supply of Stimpaks and ammo), there are locked-door puzzles, creepy mannequins, and traps aplenty waiting for you inside. The general vibe in the garage is like that of the Dunwich Building in Fallout 3. If that name rings a bell to you, then you’ve 
The rocket shed
Killing Deathclaws and fending off raiders is hard work, so we figure you could use a little something to help you unwind. What better way to let off some steam than by sending a bunch of propane tanks screaming into the horizon before exploding? Located northeast of Relay Tower 0BB-915, the rocket shed is a dinky little shack built on a cliff.
No one knows who built the damn thing, but it’s safe to say that they were really into seeing stuff blow up. There are mini ramps facing out towards the wasteland on which you can prop the many tanks in the shed, so all you have to do is set them, shoot them, and then watch them go rocketing off in the distance, hopefully taking out a few Super Mutants when they go boom.

Allsion road

Forget Konami. We have Allison Road, a new horror game that is heavily inspired by the Silent Hills demo.

Here’s how the developers describe it—the game sounds like a mix betweenSilent Hills and Five Nights at Freddy’s, weirdly enough:


You will take on the role of the unnamed protagonist who wakes up one day without any recollection of prior events.

Over the course of five nights, it is your objective to uncover the whereabouts of your family, unravel the mysteries of the house, and face off against [dark entities] that are nested deep within the house, while the clock is relentlessly ticking towards 3:00am.

What would you do if you could feel something stalking you in the dark in the safety of your own home?

If you couldn’t tell what’s real and what’s not?
Best of all, you can see Allison Road in action right now. Here are 13 minutes of straight gameplay:


The influences are probably obvious. Allison Road takes great care in rendering an actual house, which means photorealism, along with attention to detail when it comes to even the smallest domestic minutia. It’s an aesthetic Silent Hills nailed so well that just walking around in this new house is automatically kind of scary. You know there’s more here than meets the eye. But what?

Some notable things from the gameplay clip…

Allison Road wears its inspiration on its sleeve. Here’s an item with the phrase “dad was such a drag” scribbled on it, something which is said in P.T:


The environments look stunning:


Though it’s obvious SOMEthing is going on in this house…


demolition city 3

If you had fun demolishing buildings in Demolition City 1 and 2, you will surely enjoy the third sequel, Demolition City 3. A lot of improvements are added. There are now seven cities: the Gunslinger City which is based on the Wild West; Toga Town which is based on ancient Rome; Gearville which is an industrial city, Fortune City which is based on ancient samurai of Japan, Techno Berg which is run by aliens, Ice City where structures are made of ice and the Shoppers Haven where structures are grocery stores and abandoned shopping malls.

demolition-city 3

The tools used to demolish the structures are found in your toolbox and can be bought by your earned cash. To easily demolish structures, use various tools together considering the complexity or strength of the structure. You can play this game for free in its official website and other various gaming sites.

Prepare to taste more action and thriller in Awesome tanks 3. Face off against enemy tanks as you operate a tank and are being isolated in to an area full of tanks where you have to fight your way out. Awesome tanks 3 brings more action, adventure and entertainment with the improvement of the game and its functionality.

Start off once more with the orange tank that has served you every time for fighting enemies and try to destroy them completely. Begin the journey of another fun and destructive tank mayhem in Awesome tanks 3. The game is a part of the series of games of Awesome tanks, which is quite similar to the previous parts but offers and introduces much more features in the game for the first time.

Game overview and features

The game begins with the usual orange tank isolated in an area filled with enemies hidden in a fog and you can only see them once you get in range. Survive the deadly mayhem in the game and destroy the enemies that appears and you will proceed to the next level. Awesome tanks 3 offers several unique purpose in the game and has undergone several changes which was not available in the other parts, the objective of the game includes completing certain challenges within the level before proceeding to the next level, boss fights are also included in the game which are quite challenging and difficult. There are a total of twenty levels instead, and each level has a completely different stage set up with uniquely challenging scenario.

The game has improved different aspect of the games by providing different objectives for players seeking special challenges and excitement, as it offers a set of game modes to choose from. The game is integrated with three game modes, the three game modes offer a new uniqueness to the game which, while keeping the similarities between the previous parts, provides a different experience as well, these include:

Normal Mode – This is the classic game mode where the objective is to destroy all the tanks that appear in front of you. As you destroy all the tanks in the stage, the next level will be available for you to play.
Challenge Mode – This is a new game mode where there are multiple objectives provided in each of the many challenges available, these challenges can be played any time and after the completion of each, you will be able to purchase various upgrades of your tank. The challenge mode consists of various objectives starting from objectives as simple as destroying certain enemies, to quite complex as avoiding any damage of your tank when fighting a battle. With over 30 small challenges in the game to choose from, you can have compete against other players and compare your scores and completion of the challenges.
Scores and Achievements


The scores or points are quite similar to the previous one but with slight changes. With the help of these scores you can buy various weapons and upgrades which can be very useful, the game also scores you on your ability to avoid damage and to complete the game faster.
The game has added the feature of different achievements and trophies as well, these achievements are awards that are granted upon completing a certain challenge during any time of the game. These achievements can later be reviewed and the incomplete ones can be again re-attempted during any time of the game. The achievements are not a mode and for this reason they can be attempted anywhere, whether you are playing in normal mode, destroying tanks, or you are trying to complete a challenge in the challenge mode.

Classic reinvention of solitaire in Tripeaks Sheriff

Solitaire is a classic game of cards. It has been a great entertainment dating back to the 70’s up to now. There are two reasons why it is addictive and entertaining. One is because of the goal which is to arrange the cards according to their color and category such as hearts, spades, diamonds and clubs. Two is because of the trial and error existing which really challenges and entertains the player. There is a great reinvention of this game which is called Tripeaks Sheriff.



It is a flash game which means you don’t need a real set of cards because the playing field is a virtual one. This game’s objective is pretty much the same with the classic solitaire game which is to arrange and categorize the cards. Stack cards on pile that are 1 away crok the card pile just like the same classic moves in this card game. If you want to experience such game, you can easily search for it online and have a blast.