You´ll be sweating playing this game! The NASA Launcher free kids game was made for players that are really, really good at playing arcade games. For rookies it is near to impossible navigating the successful launch of the NASA space shuttle.
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: You´ll be sweating playing this game! The NASA Launcher free kids game was made for players that are really, really good at playing arcade games. For rookies it is near to impossible navigating the successful launch of the NASA space shuttle. You need to train quite a bit to be able to start collecting points. This game is not for arcade newbie neither for arcade pro wannabes. It is for all those players out there that urge for a game which has what it takes to bring their arcade skills to the limits and beyond.
Butterfly Hunt 1.35.25 Exciting game for children of all ages to teach them the alphabet, math and train their associative thinking. The object of the game is hunting for butterflies and arranging them
Inca Ball 1.1 Launch into the valiant quest for the treasures of the ancient civilization in a marvelous arcade puzzle, shining with nice visuals, 60 challenging levels and a variety of bonuses
New Game Helps Kids Stay Safe on Internet Having trouble navigating cyberspace, kids? Never fear George Jetson is here. Jetson, Kim Possible and other pop-culture characters are part of a new interactive game designed to help children understand and stay safe on the Internet. Called MySecu
Nick Arcade to add paid games Kids cable channelNickelodeon will unveil a revamped version of its Nick ArcadeWeb site July 1, supported by a marketing effort to introducepaid downloadable games.