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If you want to train your brain online or even teaze it we got the perfect puzzle games and logic games and even multiplayer chess games where the real brain battle emerges. Play versus AI or go against other players around the world and train your brain in art or chess online. Come up with the best strategies online while trying some of the best tower defense ( or TD) games. Build turrets or towers to stop the alien invader's troops from reaching Earth in Back2Back the strategy game. Or play funny animal towers defense like Cows vs Vikings: Tower Defence. Or play the most online popular strategy defense game called Kingdom Defense where you must fight with your hero and build towers to stop the evil monsters, wizards, and trolls to reach your kingdom. Have a blast online playing only the best online games from 2019 and enjoy the thrill and adventure brought by the action, adventure and from the arcade games on We are adding new games on a daily basis so you'll always find fresh new content to keep you entertained. We carefully select the best games and leave out the bad ones. If you like our website please feel free to tell your friends about it and to bookmark it or Like on Facebook. We are constantly updating and improving the site. We thank you for choosing BrightestGames as your destination for free games online! - More Information
Mini Militia is an unofficial but trusted source of Mini Militia Mods. With over 2 years of experience in the field, we provide the best hacks and cheats. The objective of this site is to keep the audience engaged in the game and earn through Ad networks like Adsense on the blog.We make sure that our actions do not harm the end users as well as the official developers. - More Information
Quiz game
The rules of this game are very simple. The game begins by you flipping a virtual coin and predicting whether the coin will land heads or tails side up. If you are correct then you get 1 point, but if you are wrong then you are given a general knowledge quiz question to answer. If you get the question right then your score will remain unchanged, but if you get it wrong then you lose 1 point. This process is then repeated until you either run out of time - you only have 5 minutes to complete the game - or you reach the 10 points needed to win. The quickest way for you to win a game is to correctly predict a 10 length sequence of coin flips. Unfortunately, the odds of doing this is around 1/1024, which makes this a game of skill rather than a game of pure luck. - More Information[map-infographic]
Released in 1996 in Japan and North America and 1997 in Europe and Australia, the Nintendo 64 was Nintendo's third console after the NES and the SNES. It sold over thirty million units in its six-year lifespan before eventually being phased out by the introduction of the GameCube. For most of us, it's the iconic games and the next-generation graphics that we remember about the Nintendo 64. When it was first launched, it mostly competed with the Sony Playstation and the Sega Saturn, and you'll find no shortage of Nintendo fans who think it's a better console than both of them put together. From the original Zelda games on the NES to GoldenEye 007 on the N64 and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the PS2, we take a look at the consoles of choice for retro gamers across America. You never forget the first time you completed Super Mario Bros. You never forget the first time you held the iconic Playstation 1 controllers. And you never forget when the best way to troubleshoot a game was to blow the cartridge. Times have changed and new consoles have come and gone, but there's still something to be said about those iconic gaming systems that we were raised on. Their games have a unique charm that no amount of fancy graphics can make up for, which is why we turn to emulators and why original NES games still in their boxes go for thousands of dollars on eBay. The infographic below shows the most popular retro consoles by state based on the number of games, controllers, and systems sold in each state from 1999 to 2019. More than 2.5 million retro games in all. It's pretty clear from a quick glance that the Playstation 2 comes out on top, but it does have to fight off some stiff competition from Nintendo machines including the NES, the Nintendo 64 and the Game Boy Advance. In fact, in the North Central region, Nintendo wins as the top manufacturer thanks to the popularity of the NES. South Dakota is the only state to prefer the Game Boy Advance. The Playstation 2 also dominates the south, taking the top spot across all sixteen states as well as in the District of Columbia. The same is true in the west, at least in the Mountain region. In the Pacific region, the NES wins out, taking the top spot in Alaska, California and Washington. The Nintendo 64 came out on top in Hawaii, leaving Oregon as the only Pacific state to opt for the Playstation 2.[map-infographic] - More Information
Star Wars video Games
Novels, comic books, toys, TV shows, and ill-fated holiday specials have all helped build out the iconic science fiction universe that George Lucas first kicked off in 1977. One would be hard-pressed to find a larger and more enduring franchise than the Lucasfilm IP (now owned by Disney), which continues to enthrall multiple generations of fans. Aside from the mediums mentioned above, video games have also played an integral part in the world-building of the Star Wars mythos. Indeed, it could be argued that they play the most important role, as gaming allows one to take up the persona of their favorite character and choose their own destiny. In a way, you get to become the director of your very own Star Wars adventure. While many Star Wars fans had problems with the first prequel film, no one could deny the thrilling nature of the sequence where young Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd) wins his freedom from Watto in a pod racing tournament on Tatooine. It was a testament to just how far CGI technology had come in Hollywood, and how an intrepid filmmaker could use it to grand effect. Moreover, the scene was a loving tribute to Lucas’s own youth, a lot of which was spent drag racing in the writer/director’s hometown of Modesto, California—something Lucas also acknowledged in his second directorial feature, American Graffiti. - More Information
League of Legends Accounts Store
If you're short on time or are just excited to jump into the rift with your main champion, These accounts might be the ones just for you. These come with just a straight bulk of blue essence for you to quickly buy all the champions you want and hop right into a game! We are so confident in our accounts that we are offering you Life Time warranty for EVERY account you buy off us. Some sites may offer a few days warranty, a week, or maybe even a month, but that isn't good enough for us! We stand by our accounts so much we're willing to put our money where our mouths are, so if your accounts are ever banned for any fault that's not your own, get in contact with us and we will replace it! The moment you have made your payment, there will be an email sent to your account automatically for you to download the details to your brand new account(s)! Alternatively, you will see a link at the top right corner of the order confirmation page which will lead you straight to your new account(s)! - More Information
CoC hack
You may be surprised to learn that most players of Clash of Clans utilize other viable methods to earn more resources quicker. We have a firm belief that winning sparks interest in the game and nobody wants to be a loser, and the popularity of this CoC hack has proven that theory many times over. With the help of CoC cheats and in-app purchases, most players tend to have more gems and gold in large quantities than the average player. If your clan has fewer resources, your rivals will have an unfair advantage and your clan will not win against them. If you want to play the game on equal footing, it’s important to acquire resources as quickly as they do, using our site. 1. Supercell: A Giant in the Mobile Game Industry Asides from Clash of Clans which is a master piece of Supercell ; a visionary mobile game company founded in Helsinki, it has also introduced hits like Boom Beach and Hay Day that won thousands of fans fom day one. The sales revenues from all these three games totaled in $1.7 billion in 2014 alone. 2. Daily revenue: $5 million Supercell earns around $5 million per day from CoC alone. That is a lot of money right ? 3. The Value of Supercell Reached $5.5 billion Without considering its growing number of fun mobile games, SoftBank still decided to invest into Supercell in particular, an investment which have increased its worth to $5.5 billion. 4. Simultaneous Usage of Five iPads for CoC Do you know that you can actually do some amazing multitasking on COC ? One of the leading COC Players, George Yao spent half a year playing his favorite game on five iPads simultaneously! In order to beat his competitors and maintain his reputation, he never left his iPads, even when showering. 5. Monthly Expenditure of $7,000 During an interview, Coc's top performer, nicknamed Panda, revealed that his monthly expenditure on his village reaches seven thousand dollars, which is roughly 7% of his earnings. - More Information
eSports News
A couple of years ago the idea might have sounded ludicrous. The Olympics is considered to be the finest test of human athletic ability. Where would esports even fit in? However, esports could become an Olympic event sooner than you think. The idea to include esports events at the Olympics was initially discussed way back in 2016. The summer Olympics in Rio that year featured an e-games “exhibition.” Contrary to what it was called, the event included some eight teams of international players competing at pro-level in games like Super Smash Brothers Wii U. In 2016, the International Olympic Committee was reported to have engaged in talks about including esports in the 2024 Olympics. A co-president of the Olympic Committee told media that they were “exploring” the possibilities. Ardent gaming fans might see an esporting event at the Olympics much sooner than 2024. Intel recently announced that the company is partnering with Tokyo 2020 Olympics to introduce an Olympic-like event just for esports. Intel World Open—A Glimpse into the Future of Olympics? Intel World Open will be an esports tournament that precedes the Tokyo Olympics, but at the same time, would also be a part of it. Intel is planning to make it huge. The World Open would be hosted for over three days. E-athletes would compete in two games: Street Fighter V and Rocket League. The prize pool would be a highly desirable $500,000. What’s apparently special about this is that Intel is planning the event to resemble a traditional Olympic sport. There would be multiple qualifiers for pros to get through. Intel is planning for local qualifiers and then national qualifiers, where the best four players from each country would form a national team. This team would represent their country. The national teams will have to go to another qualifier in Poland, where a dozen teams would compete to represent one of five regions. (Right now, Intel has the regions down to the Americas, Asia Pacific, Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.) Those who go through this final qualifier would face off at the Japanese team at World Open. It doesn’t exactly follow the Olympic formal, where qualifying countries, not regions, compete against each other. But it’s close enough. Though a heavily sponsored event, Intel World Open might be the closest gamers get to see esports enter the Olympics. It might even be a glimpse of things to come in the future. - More Information
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