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Weekend Download

JohnBWhy spend all of your time toiling away on one game when you can make a ton of them? The 529-in-1 Klik & Play Pirate Kart II: Kart Harder is all about that, and the games featured below are from this recent event. 102 people contributed a total of 529 games over the weekend, each made in under two hours. It's quantity over quality, so don't expect the next Sprout, but do expect a lot of wacky ideas, one-trick games, and maybe even a few things that, once seen, can never be unseen. Check out a random selection of the 529 games, and don't be afraid to download and play many more!

wolfgoatcabbage.gifWolf, Goat, and Cabbage (Windows, <1MB, free) - A wolf, a goat, and a head of cabbage are trying to cross the river to get away from a crazy farmer. While you could assume this is the old puzzle about who to put on the boat together, you'd be quite a bit wrong. Instead, Wolf, Goat and Cabbage is a short adventure-type game where... well, where some crazy stuff happens. Just try it and you'll see what I mean.

sixchamberchampion.gifSix-Chamber Champion (Mac/Win/Linux, 1.1MB, free) - A one room piece of interactive fiction by C.E.J. Pacian, Six-Chamber Champion is, as the game page suggest, the "best ever all-text game about shooting yourself in the head". And it's true! Thrill as you order yourself to pick up the gun. Watch in shock as your opponent does the same. Will the barrel click empty, or is this turn your last? O noes teh suspensse! (Note: Definitely not one for the kids, and Mac/Linux users will need to download the .t3 file and run it in an interpreter in order to play.)

watchducks.gifWatch Ducks (Windows, 1.3MB, free) - A game with limitless "replay" value. A game with infinite possibilities. A game... about sitting on a bench staring at ducks. Press the [up] arrow key to stand, [down] to sit. Make sure you're sitting down, as you can't really watch ducks while standing. The longer you watch, the more points you get. Sometimes the magical gold duck will swim by, scoring you a nice bonus. Otherwise, see how many points you can get... by sitting!

animalcontrol.gifAnimal Control (Windows, <1MB, free) - Too many critters are wobbling around the field, but fortunately you've got a nice pair of guns to take care of them all. Oh, what's that? You forgot to load them? That's fine, we, the players, can handle it! Move the guns up and down using the [arrow] keys, and keep them loaded by pressing the [left] mouse button when near the ammo crate. Quite a bit crazier than you might think.

Note: All games have been confirmed to run under Windows Vista and are virus-free. Mac users should try Boot Camp, Parallels, or CrossOver Games to play Windows titles, Linux users can use Wine. If you know of a great game we should feature, use the Submit link above to send it in!


On WG&C, I can't seem to start the game. It says "Press Button 1", but what the heck is button one?? So confused, xD.

Username March 6, 2010 12:53 PM

Same here, I press button 1 on my keyboard, nothing happens; I press button 1 on my 10 key, nothing happens; I press mouse button 1, nothing happens. This game isn't very fun yet.

Win 7 64 Bit.


Thanks, JohnB, that worked! Looking forward to trying the game out now.

Patreon Crew SonicLover March 6, 2010 8:38 PM

WG&C is nothing more than hopeless trial and error to solve seemingly logicless puzzles. Am I missing the point?


For Wolf, Goat & Cabbage, on the first choices you get I noticed that the wolf's and sheep's were mixed up. Other than that, I thought the game was pretty funny and a good 5-min time waster.


@soniclover: WG&C is a parody of this classic logic puzzle, except

every step is completely illogical


Acidifiers March 7, 2010 12:53 AM

Wolf Goat and Cabbage Essential Walkthrough

    Press the Shift key to start.

  1. Click the cabbage.

  2. Click the goat. (Three Billy Goats Gruff)

  3. Click the wolf.

  4. Click the cabbage (well, wolves and goats can't row boats. Duh).

Moral of the story: Cabbage is awesome.


To be honest, I'd have been a lot happier if Wolf, Goat and Sheep had been the actual logic puzzle and not....whatever that was.

Whitney March 7, 2010 2:30 PM

I'm a MASTER of watchducks. up to eleven thousand and still goin.

Chraxia March 7, 2010 7:54 PM

I enjoyed Six-Chamber Champion immensely. I especially love the interactivity (with a little imagination). For instance, you can

shoot not just yourself, but your opponent, the crowd, or the referee.

If more time is spent on a more fleshed out version, I would highly appreciate it.

Whitney March 7, 2010 9:58 PM

I'm not normally one to brag, but I have been playing watch ducks for hours and hours now and I'm well over one million. I am a champion. Do I get an award?

MrQuidam March 8, 2010 12:14 AM

Bragging probably isn't advisable. I'm at 3.5 million and I know I'm going to be outdone by the next poster.

Acidifiers March 8, 2010 3:42 AM

Six-Chamber Champion was definitely my favorite. Just a couple more commands and I can see this as a very, very fun game.


Six-Chamber Champion is neat. I wonder if I've found all the commands?


I loved Six-Chamber Champion.

Think I've discovered all the endings:

Ways To Die-
Shoot Referee (She shoots you in the head first because she's awesome)
Shoot Crowd (Again, the awesome ref blows you away)
Shoot (You die on the third chamber from my experience)

Way To Walk Away A Murderer
Shoot Opponent (This is my favorite, couldn't stop laughing)

Ways To Walk Away Safely (But Covered In Spit)-
Shoot Ceiling
Shoot Floor
Shoot (North/East/South/West) Wall
Shoot Table
(All of these have no effect and get you disqualified)

I also tried Shoot Gun and got a pretty cute error message.

Gosh I love IF. This site needs more of it.


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