Silly Invasion 1.0 Right in the middle between complicated arcade shooting games and the good old-fashioned space invaders, you will find Silly Invasion, a monster shooting game with delightful graphics.
Sudoku Countdown 1.0 If you have not played Sudoku before, you must be start playing. It’s very simple and highly addictive. Place the numbers 1 to 9 in the grids so they only appear once in each row, column and 3X3 domain. No mathematics. Just use logic.
Description: Why does the chicken cross the road? To catch the worm on the other side! To start, press the space bar. Use the directional keys to control the chicken. Avoid the cars or trucks. Get to the other side and eat the worm. Congratulations! You have cleared Level 1. Subsequent levels are more difficult. This chicken not only has to cross roads but rivers, or both. The worm is no longer on the other bank. You have to catch more than one worm. The final worm is on the other bank. To cross rivers, hop on the backs of tortoises and crocodiles to get across. Be careful. Sometimes, they dip under water and you will lose a life. It’s best to jump on logs or boats when they appear. At any time, you may press the space bar to freeze the action. You cannot move in this mode but you can plot your path better when the traffic gets heavier and faster. Press the space bar again to resume action. When you are riding things on the river, be alert. If you go out of the screen, you lose a life. Don’t be a chicken. Play Chicken Crossing.
Chicken Invaders 2 2.90 Just when you thought it was safe to eat chicken again, the chickens have returned with an organized invasion to take over the entire solar system! Journey to each planet and fight
Chicken Invaders 1.30 Sometime in the near future, earth is invaded by chickens from another galaxy, bent on revenge against the human race for oppressing earth chickens! Take the world's fate in your
Chicken Genome Should Boost DNA Research In their first detailed and comprehensive look at the DNA of chickens, scientists have found that 60 percent of the bird's genes have close cousins in humans. They say such analysis should prove valuable in learning more about the human genome.