This week’s game roundup ranges from the simplistic — hurling bottle caps at ice cubes — to the very complicated: storming the beaches at Normandy. And in between there’s a round of golf, a murder mystery in the town of Little Riddle, and a redneck trying to save his bar from some very rude would-be patrons (well I guess they can’t help it; they’re zombies, after all).
But these games still have a few things in common: They will certainly challenge you and provide a bit of fun. Click through to take a look.
Golf fanatics won’t be able to get enough of this game, which features beautiful graphics and realistic physics related to terrain height, ball impact angles, wind, temperature, humidity and other factors, all incorporated to provide you with the most realistic experience possible.
The game affords you the opportunity to try your hand at some of the same skills and techniques employed by your favorite pro golfers, including draw shots, fade shots, chips shots and more.
Choose from career mode (single player mode with quests and competitions), match mode (compete against other users), competition mode (invite friends to compete in matches anytime, anywhere), 10-player competition mode (play against up to 10 players online in real-time competition, and training mode, where you can practice and perfect your skills.
Here’s a quirky and occasionally humorous puzzler that will intrigue and challenge you. As a detective for the Blue Toad Agency, it’s your responsibility to solve a mystery and murder in the otherwise quite village of Little Riddle.
Work your way through the game by eliminating suspects, gathering evidence and solving more than three dozen puzzles to reveal the perpetrator as you comb through every square inch of Little Riddle for clues.
Grill witnesses for information as you execute your finest detective work, plus put your logic and reasoning skills to the test in order to make sense out of all the circumstances. Will you be able to to name the murderer?
In this cartoon game, you’re a redneck trying to defend his bar from the zombie visitors who are set on causing mayhem, death and destruction. The goal is to defend your position, spare the citizens, and kill as many zombies as possible during the course of the 30 action-packed levels.
You’ll need to put together an arsenal, of course — choose from pistols, shotguns, assault rifles, bulldozers, spud guns, beer-launchers, dynamite-stuffed chickens and even more options. It will be up to you to determine what’s most effective when it comes to saving your bar and town.
Personalize the redneck’s outfit for various zombie-fighting occasions, take the fight outside (along Route 66, to the junkyard and even a nightclub), and complete the more than 50 challenging objectives in survival mode.
Sometimes the best games are the simplest ones. There’s just something so gratifying about flinging an everyday object toward a target for points. Bottle Cap Blitz adds the appropriate amount of modern flair to this concept while still keeping things uncomplicated.
Your goal is to fire bottle caps toward ice cubes, trying to smash as much ice as possible in 60 seconds. If you’re good, you’ll earn combos and score major point and power boosts, including special fruit power-ups.
Collect all the different bottle cap designs and compete against other players in the weekly high score tables — all while pretending you’re sitting on a beach somewhere, just tossing bottle caps.
Third-person shooter Frontline Commando places you in World War II at Normandy, where you must storm the beaches, clear the trenches, battle your way through the countryside and ultimately take back France.
Try your hand at five different campaigns with 145 separate missions (based on actual beach landings — Juno, Sword, Utah, Gold and Omaha, if you want to do some research) that involve maneuvers like the destruction of powerful tanks and cannons to allow Allied forces to advance.
Take down bombers, dodge mines, leap over barriers, dart from cover point to cover point, call in artillery strikes and engage your enemies with historic weapons from the era. This game was designed for players 17 years of age or older.