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Karateka Mania  
Krobon StationAction/Arcade13.9 MBClick here to download

Karatekamania is a music rhythm game created by the developers of Mogura 2, where players are rated based on the timing and accuracy of their key presses while a song is being played in the background. Inspired by Nintendo's Rhythm Tengoku, this fan made version features slightly updated graphics, customizable settings, and even comes with an editor to facilitate the sharing of user creations.

Use the enter key, left or right mouse button to control the actions of the martial arts practitioner. Tap the space key to punch at a thrown object. Hold the same button to assume a stance, then press the up arrow key to execute a roundhouse kick. Mouse and gamepad controls are also supported.

The current build (1st style 1.7a) contains only four default levels and two songs, although new stages created by other contributors can be downloaded from Krobon Station's message board. Simply click on a link to any zip file, unzip it into the music folder and the song should be available to play from the song selection menu.

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Karoshi  
(mature content)
Jesse VenbruxPlatformer4.01 MBClick here to download

Karoshi is a puzzle platformer by Jesse Venbrux, creator of the Wubly series and Frozzd. There are twenty-five levels in total, each presenting a different challenge to the player. Press the Z key to jump, and use the cursor keys to move the character around. Tap the X key to shoot once you've acquired a weapon.

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Karoshi 2  
(mature content)
Jesse VenbruxPlatformer8.72 MBClick here to download

Karoshi 2 is the sequel to the similarly titled platformer by Jesse Venbrux, creator of the Wubly series and Frozzd. The game consists of over fifty short levels in which you have to figure out the correct method to help the main character commit suicide. Use the cursor keys to move your character. Press the Z key to jump. R key restarts, and the escape key quits.

The developer had also included a level editor and Karoshi 1 speed run mode, where players would have to complete close to thirty stages from the original in under seven minutes. Hold the R key in stage fourteen to access the secret room.

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Karoshi Factory  
(mature content)
Jesse VenbruxPlatformer7.62 MBClick here to download

Karoshi Factory is a new sequel to Jesse Venbrux's suicidal platformer series, where players must find unorthodox methods to kill all suits on screen in order to progress from one stage to the next. Use the Z key to jump, press the X key to shoot once a gun is acquired, and tap the space key to switch characters.

Press the R key to restart a level at any time. The F4 function key can be used to toggle between full screen and windowed modes. Note that touching the blue button causes a random effect, one of which is disabling the character switch function.

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Karoshi: Suicide Salaryman  
(mature content)
Jesse VenbruxPlatformerBrowserClick here to play
(external link)

Karoshi: Suicide Salaryman is the third sequel to Jesse Venbrux's platformer series, where players must once again find unorthodox methods to assist the suit-wearing main character commit suicide.

Use the cursor keys to move or jump, and press the space key to shoot once a gun is acquired. The R key can be used to restart a level at any time. Progress is saved automatically, and there are fifty levels to play in total.

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Kastle Kumquat
EMV SoftwarePuzzle13.7 MBClick here to download

Kastle Kumquat is a remake that is extremely faithful to the source material. Graphics and tiles are given minor updates but the gameplay remains very much the same, which is where most players will have problems with.

The first room involves searching for a hidden switch, and many of the puzzles require a certain amount of trial and error. Most mistakes are costly and will be made by the players often. The difficulty is comparable to the later levels of Chip's Challenge if not much harder.

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Katakijin
ultim8Platformer20.2 MBClick here to download
(external link)

The Katakijin demo is an interesting platformer which uses tiles right out of Nifflas' Knytt, and gameplay elements from Ikiki's ninja action game Nikujin. Use the Z key to jump, and press the X or C key repeatedly to execute a combination of attacks. Hold the shift key to block enemy strikes.

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kdice  
Ryan DewsburyStrategyBrowserClick here to play
(external link)

A browser-based multiplayer strategy game for seven players, kdice was originally based on Taro Ito's Dice Wars. Gameplay is similar to Risk with the primary goal of the game being to control every territory on the map.

kdice is played on a randomly-selected map with twenty-eight to thirty-one territories. At the start of a game, territories are randomly divided among the players and a random number of dice representing armies are stacked on each territory. A player is then randomly selected to go first.

The objective is to control every territory on the map, accomplished by attacking other players' territories. Players can only attack territories that are adjacent to their own. When an attack is started, the game will roll the dice of each territory and compare the results. If the attacking player has the higher number, he wins control of the territory. All but one of the dice from the attacking territory are then moved to the defeated territory. Otherwise, the attacker does not gain control and the number of dice in his stack will reduce to one.

At the end of the turn, the player receives a number of dice equal to the largest number of contiguous territories he controls, and the dice are placed randomly throughout the player's territories. A scoring system ranks users based on dominance throughout the game in addition to place.

Kermix
Cuatic GamesPuzzleBrowserClick here to play
(external link)

Kermix is a decent Flash puzzler which involves shifting blocks to and fro using the cursor keys, all the while collecting coins and stars to pass each of the twenty-five levels in succession.

The objective of the game is to move all red blocks into the positions marked green, though latter stages are made much more difficult when players are required to move two or three blocks at the same time with every key press.

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Kettle
(mature content)
Stephen Lavelle, increparePuzzleBrowserClick here to play
(external link)

Kettle is a puzzle game based on the idea of using the police force to contain protesters. Given a number of people in the centre of the grid, you move the border so as to position all the people into the grey block snugly.

The police needs to be moved in such a specific way on each level so that the protesters will fit into the space and not bump into each other. Sometimes you can get stuck and unable to solve the puzzle, but pressing the space key will reset the stage and allow players to have another crack at it.

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