Hey guys, hope you're all having a great Halloween. Here's a couple of games just for the occasion.
In Orchestrated Death, you play as the Grim Reaper. Your job is, well, to kill people. It's a point-and-click kind of game. In order to kill some people, you need to time your actions.
Graphics are fairly gory (which is pretty much expected) and enjoyable. The music is a bit overdramatic and I think it gets a bit annoying after a while. The gameplay is pretty much just like any other standard point and click game but a bit on the short side. Despite its shortcomings, it's still an enjoyable game to play.
Reincarnation: ADDO is another point-and-click style game. You play as a demon from hell, and your job is to find a man who needs to go back to hell.
The maker rushed this game out so that it could get places by Halloween. The game is shorter than it should have been because of that, but the gameplay is still great nonetheless. I found the voices to be somewhat annoying.
The developer was nice enough to write a walkthrough and put a link right in the game.
Dark Cut 1 is a classic on Kongregate. When it was released, Kongregate's staff gave it the "funniest game" award. Dark Cut 2 is the sequel, which features much better graphics and much better control.
The plots in the two games are for the most part the same. You're a medieval doctor in Dark Cut 1 and a civil war doctor in Dark Cut 2. Your job is to carry out surgery on people. The game tells you what to do, and you have to do it right and precisely (to a point).
Here's video guides for both games, but honestly, you don't need them because the game tells you what to do anyway.
Walkthrough for Dark Cut 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFKND_7_KrwWalkthrough for Dark Cut 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOOAu3kdKQo