Dinosaurs, doodles and dead guys, oh my! These diversions will have you demonstrating the duties of a DinoHunter, a heroic doodle, a detective, and a driver who dodges dead people with a degree of delinquency.
In other words, these five digital distractions are indescribably delightful. Click “more” to discover for yourself.
The zombies are coming — drive faster! See if you can outrun an army of bloodthirsty undead by putting your reflexes to the test. You’ll have to put the pedal to the metal, avoiding vehicles and obstacles while mowing down as many zombies as possible.
Of course, if it looks like one zombie is getting too close for comfort, you’ll do what you have to do: blast him away. Your goal is to survive for as long as you can. To do that, you’ll need to upgrade your car and weapons, level up and complete missions.
Note that there’s more than one way to take out a zombie. You can trick them into following you over ramps or into obstacles, then watch the carnage unfold. Also, enjoy the pixel-inspired visuals and appropriately dark humor.
Everyone loves a good mystery, right? Assume the role of a Blue Toad Agency detective to see if you can solve a puzzling murder case in the otherwise idyllic village of Little Riddle.
Solve puzzles and gather clues to aid you in your quest of accumulating evidence and prioritizing suspects. The animated game is infused with a good dose of English humor and includes multiple episodes.
The latest episode added, “The Riddles of the Past,” reveals what’s happened to the imprisoned detectives of the Blue Toad Agency, plus is jam-packed with even more puzzles, animations and entertainment.
If you love word searches, this is a game you won’t be able to pass up. Outworded delivers word searches in a visually clean and easy-to-enjoy layout, and you can opt for a light or dark color scheme.
The great thing about worse search games is that the premise is simple: When you find a word, just circle the letters; or in this case, connect the letters by dragging your finger across them.
But of course, it’s so much more than that. Choose to play in either single-player or multiplayer mode, select timed or untimed games, adjust the level of difficulty to suit your mood or skills, and enjoy an original soundtrack.
Nickelodeon brings us Scribble Hero, which draws us into a world of artistic adventure. The game’s hero, Sketch, is trying to save your notebook — and his girl Dot — from a swarm of evil doodles like Dracopede and Triblorb.
The scribble battles will take you everywhere from medieval castles to outerspace, and like every good hero, Sketch has his weapons of choice, including the Doodle Destroyer and the almighty Red Marker of Death.
Enjoy more than four dozen levels, numerous boosts and collectible weapons and upgrades, and 10 different bosses to obliterate. Test the brand-new survival mode, in which you try to outlast an endless wave of doodles.