Most addictive Flash games
Flash Flappy Bird – Probably the Most Addictive Game Ever…
The world has gone Flapping insane over a little pixelated yellow Bird. Now you can try it yourselves and see why.
Fly Flappy Bird, Fly!
This past month or so was all about Flappy Bird. Unlike Candy Crush though, you will not find a big firm behind it that came up with a marketing strategy and had a whole division of wed designers to work on it. Flappy bird was created by an anonymous Vietnamese developer, who still doesn’t understand the popularity that his game gained. At first glance I didn’t either… The game has poor graphics and an even poorer gameplay… and then you start playing it and realize that you cannot stop! Your objective is to fly through the pipes and see how far you can get, but trust me when I say: It’s hard, and it’s addictive! My personal record is 33, can you top that? Here you can find a flash Flappy Bird version for those of you who didn’t get the chance to download the app before it was took off by its developer… Enjoy.« Weekend Games: Top 10 Free Online Games of the Week! | GuitarBots: Learn Guitar While Playing An Online Game »
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I recently bought an older G4 powermac for $200.
I was tired of all the Ms bullshit. It was easy, I love the Mac, although it does seem a little slower.
I have Mozilla, Open Office, Flash, Windows Media Player. AIM, and any other program you could hope for.
There is nothing I cant do now, except play a few games (But that is why I have Xbox 360)
I have been using PC's since the 286 days. I will Never buy a MS/PC again. I will put up with a few headaches to know that my computer will do ONLY what I want, when I want, and not submit ANYTHING behind my back.
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Network effect.by erfymop
Especially with office documents. People could give a rats ass about Windows itself, but they still need Excel and Word for work. Pull out that, things will change a little. What I can see happening, or is happening a little with the netbooks, is people start using Linux or BSD without knowing it. They'll have a computer with point and click, a web browser, flash, movie player, music player, some simple games and productivity software, but won't know what the heck it is, anymore than they know what runs on their dvd player. How many OS X users know what BSD is? Maybe in 10, 15 years, yo
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But now when I am on aol, I cant see any video(youtube), and I cant play any of those aol games.
When I go to "add or remove programs" I see that I have some of those versions there.
And when I am using firefox I can see videos and all works well
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