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Life Choices: College Edition

This is a sims-like video game where you create a character and control his or her actions.

The character you create is a college freshman that is beginning his or her journey for the next four (or more or less) years.

It is a computer game where you click around the screen and control where your character goes and what he or she does throughout the game.

It is a one-player game but people can switch of playing if they choose to do so.

Save Japan

Collect coins by completing levels one through three in order to get to the final level. The final level will give you a chance to go back in time and prepare for the earthquake and tsunami. Each level has a specific task and you must collect enough water, people, or tools in order to help re-build Japan. If you complete a level you will earn a coin. The game can be played by one or two people. The main character will be the snow monkey and the second player the slow loris.



This is a one-player game, plot-driven, and you can’t win.

“1969” flashes across the screen, then the game opens with a silhouette of a head. Its look is random: it can be fat or thin with any sort of hair style/length. The player clicks the male or female symbol to the head’s right, but the silhouette stays the same no matter which is clicked. A full purple bar, a happiness meter, lies underneath it.

Angry Driving Game

This game is a videogame that is played with at least two players competing with one another. Players play at the same time and try to hit as many pedestrians or other cars in the parking garage as possible using joysticks or regular controls. The higher the anger meter goes, the more points the player accumulates and the player to fill their anger meter first wins the game. Players can see two separate screen shots when playing the game. The first screen view is the inside of a car and the players look out as if they are sitting in the car driving themselves.

The Awesome Game of Camp

The object of the game is to reach the “finish line”, but all players must finish around the same time. For example, Player A could not finish until Player B was in a few spaces of him.
You may share spaces with other players
You may follow whatever path you like to reach the “finish line”.


The Basics


Pick a level. Depending on which level you choose will determine how much money you are given to start off with.

When game starts, you are given the task of building a school for twenty students. You have to purchase books, computers, science equipment, a school building and hire teachers. After one round the school enrolls ten more students. You have to then expand the school and add additional supplies and personnel. However, it is at this point that you are given an option. You can either hire more teachers to keep the class sizes small or same money and make classes larger.

Conquer Faulkner

As the player of "Conquer Faulkner," you are trying to read your way through all of Faulkner's most famous works. This one person game starts with some of Faulkner's easier texts (short stories, in particular) and work your way up the levels until you reach the most difficult texts (Absalom, Absalom! or The Sound and the Fury would probably serve as the final two levels). For each novel there is a deadline for when you need to have the book read by, and if you do not complete the reading, you lose the game.

The Simple Math Game

The Simple Math Game

Game Type: Internet Game. It’s a website.

Playing Field: Since the game is an internet game on a website, the playing field is just the image of the game with the question being asked which is attached.

Rules: There is one question; you only have to answer the one question correctly to win the game.

Players: One. The only player is the person answering the question.

Get to know what your dream is like

For the first level, the players need to put effort to have whichever professional jobs they desire. The main method is very simple. They need to study hard. There will be several simple questions that are similar level as in elementary school, and they need to answer them. The questions can be any math, history, English or science. If they get it wrong, the answer will be provided. After practicing about 30 questions, players will take an exam at the end. A total of 24 questions will be given, and they need to earn at least 20 out of 24 to pass the exam.


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