They are coming, they are taking over your home, and they are Big, smelly and ugly! Rats are attacking you! You will need all the courage you have, and some pretty fast fingers to keep them away from your home.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Mordor Eruption 2.0 The eruption of the mystical mountain called Mordor has started! Bad luck that you have found yourself in the middle of this natural catastrophe. The tumbling mountain also woke up the fearless dragon of Mordor.
Crazy Car 2.0 Crazy Car is a funny little free kids game. You are a fast little car driving through the mountains. Drive fast and jump high in the air to pick up all the clocks that will give you precious extra seconds.
Description: They are coming, they are taking over your home, and they are Big, smelly and ugly! Rats are attacking you! You will need all the courage you have, and some pretty fast fingers to keep them away from your home. Big Rats Attack is a free downloadable kids game, for all the kids out there who can't stand rats and spiders. Now it's your turn to claim revenge for those creepy moments, when rats pass your way or spiders hide in your shoes. Go ahead kids, show them who the boss is! Play this thrilling free kid's game and sweep free your home from all those nasty creatures now.
Mario Hunger Attack 1.0 Mario Hunger Attack is a free kid´s game with simple Mario Bros assignments. This excellent jump and run game will take you over in no time. Your assignment is to collect all the
A Look at Some M-Rated and AO-Rated Games "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" is now the only console game to be rated "AO," or adults ages 18 and older only, by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Known for its carjackings and other violent acts, the game was re-rated from "M" to "AO" this week
The ESRB's Ratings for Video Games On the box of nearly every video game sold in the United States is a small square with a rating for that title. The ratings are administered by the Entertainment Software Rating Board, made up of 16 executives from the top game makers.