Icy Reviews


Rapid Reactions Master by Connor
February 1, 2007, 5:46 pm
Filed under: Gadget, Online, reactions

Rapid Reactions Master is a reactions tester to test you all. It requires not just clicking when a sound goes off, but co-orination and some intelligence. It has three stages – load – fire – maintain.

In Load, you have to pull the cartridge up, pull the cocking bar back and forwards, then fire once.
In Fire, you have to fire three times
In Maintain you have to pull the cocking bar forwards, the cartridge down, click the cocking assambally, click the trigger twice and pull down the magasine.

This game is very simple and with the practice section, can become very addictive, but can become stale. Ill give it 3/5.

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Line Rider by Connor
January 28, 2007, 6:45 pm
Filed under: Gadget, Mini-game, Online, Physics, Time Wasters

Line Rider is one of the most amazing things you can leagally do on the internet. It is a game where you draw a line with all manner of loops bends jumps and pitfalls and then press play and watch this little guy on a sledge with a scarf go down it with no worry for his own saftey, and most likely, die. The best way for me to explain this is by showing some You-Tube videos of what you can do with it. I’ll give it 4.5/5. Here is a quote from the official page showing you just how much people like it.

“Line Rider is at once a model of every man, and also an individual for whom we should hold great regard. His is a fate drawn on a blank slate, sure in path but difficult in execution. His path is frought with difficult and sometimes impossible obstacles which all end, ultimately, in certain death.
Yet, alone, he faces these tasks head on without complaint or objection. He merely blinks at such fatally dire consequences as pixel-crushing jump, staggering boredom (should he stall on course) and infinite chasm. Only by the tack of his scarf do we know his trajectory in the chalk white matrix.
God speed, Line Rider.
Think of his three pixel kids sitting at home, and his wife, who knit him the scarf.”

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