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|Metanet Software||Platformer||1.26 MB||Click here to download|
N is a platformer featuring a ninja with the ability to climb or slide down walls and run at amazing speed. The basic objective is to survive five rooms filled with traps and danger in each episode, with a different maze design introduced in every level to challenge the player's reflexes and quick thinking.
Collecting a piece of gold increases the allowable episode completion time by two seconds. Progress is automatically saved when an episode is completed. Tutorials and help sections are supplied to assist beginners, plus a healthy and active community continues to provide a continous supply of new content and custom creations.
|NaaC ||Bloody Monkey||Action/Arcade||10.6 MB||Click here to download|
NaaC is a pretty good Smash TV clone with all the action focused in one room for the entire game. Aliens will barge through walls from the top of the screen, then left and right. Fortunately better weapons occasionally appear out of thin air, although ammo conservation is vital since they run out pretty fast.
|Naginata Destruction||Function Games||Shoot 'em up||38.3 MB||Click here to download|
Naginata Destruction is a frantic vertical shooter that features a secondary weapon similar to the one found in Taito's Ray series. Only one stage is playable in this version, but the game does not allow continues so it might take at least couple of tries to beat.
Your ship is equipped with a laser cannon that can lock onto a single enemy, and when fired all enemy ships in the path of the laser will be hit and damaged as well. The more ships you destroy with a single laser shot, the quicker you will gain an upgrade for the laser cannon.
(mature content, nudity)
|Kusoyama||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Warning: Contains nudity.
Naked Festival is a Flash browser game with a simple concept, some novelty value, but very little gameplay. There are three modes to play in total, but each one carries the same objective. Simply click on a dressed man to remove his clothes, and try to make sure that none goes past you while still wearing something. The game also ends immediately if you accidentally click on someone who is in their birthday suit.
To rack up combos, just remove the same type and color of clothing continuously for bonus points.
|Nameless Roguelike||Hexedian||RPG||Browser||Click here to play|
Nameless Roguelike is an entry level roguelike game, where enemies are represented by alphabets while items are shown as special symbols or quotation marks. Press the question mark or slash key to access the shortcut list. Press a directional arrow key when next to an enemy to attack it. Use the O or C key to operate doors, shown as a brown symbol. Bodies of water represented by blue tiles cannot be crossed.
Press the W or P key to equip a weapon or armor. Your equipment is always ordered in such a way that the item at the end of the list will be the most powerful one you'll have in posession. Use the greater than or less than symbols to ascend and descend staircases. Press the Q key to drink a potion, or use the T key to throw an item at an enemy.
Hold '5' on the numeric keypad to rest for a couple of turns, and tap the E key to consume some food. Press the space key to grab an item off the floor. Players unfamiliar with roguelikes can begin the adventure with a human or construct from the warrior class, with a focus on strength and potions of healing as their starting equipment to increase their chances of survival in the dungeons.
|Nanaca Crash ||SU-503||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Many had proclaimed that Nanaca Crash to be the most addictive browser game of all time, and they just might be right. There is something very enticing about crashing into the main character, sending her sky high and attempting to get her to land as far as possible from her starting point - only to have it repeated at the whim of the player for their amusement and betterment of their previous best effort.
The game remains popular until this day, and no proper list of the best browser games can should even come close to excluding this gem of a time waster.
|CCLUB||Platformer||6.06 MB||Click here to download|
Nanikura is a brilliant remake of Nintendo's Ice Climber with updated graphics and level designs. When your character jumps, she will automatically attempt to destroy any blocks above her head and hence creating holes in the ceiling for her to advance upwards.
Press the Z key to hit sideways, and use the X key to jump. Cutscenes can be skipped, and the demo features a boss battle as well. A definite recommendation for fans of the classic.
|Nano||Adam Atomic, Adam Saltsman||Shoot 'em up||Browser||Click here to play|
Nano is a simple arcade shooter which took Adam Saltsman less than seven days to make, featuring a screen size of ninety pixels in both width and height. Use the cursor keys to move, and tap the Z key rapidly to shoot.
The game comes with an online high score table.
|Nano War||Benoit Freslon||Strategy||Browser||Click here to play|
Nano War is a remake of Phil Hassey's strategy game Galcon, which in turn is a remake of an old DOS game. The action mainly involves capturing white cells and eliminating all green cells from each of the twelve stages, simply by moving units from one cell to another.
Left click on a red cell, then click on another cell to send half of the number of units out from the first cell. The production rate of units and maximum unit storage value are dependent on the size of each cell.
|Nanobots ||Erin Robinson||Adventure||9.68 MB||Click here to download|
Nanobots is a point and click adventure game that lets you control six different robots as they race to save themselves from being turned into scrap metal by an evil professor. Players will only get to control one robot at a time, but can switch between them by clicking on the row of icons at the bottom of the screen.
The game includes a handy tutorial, while helpful suggestions on solving puzzles can be acquired by using Audbot to converse with other characters.