Snake is a snake that eats what appears on the display and stretches, and the player earns points. He moves constantly and must avoid bumping into the edges of the screen, but above all against himself, which is increasingly difficult as his body lengthens.
Let your Snake eat as much MMOCoin as you can, making it grow. The final score will be calculated based on the length of your snake and the playing area. If you complete the map you will receive a bonus. The top 10 players of the week share the prize pool!
Flappy Bird is a continuous-scrolling video game that uses very simple eighties-style graphics. The goal is to score the highest score possible (the player earns one point for each pair of tubes crossed), making a bird fly through a series of tubes, avoiding colliding with it or dropping it on the ground. The bird, when it receives no commands, lowers and falls towards the bottom. Each press on the screen corresponds to a single beat of the wings, which results in a minimum rise, which makes the bird very sensitive to movement, which is why the game is rather difficult and demanding.
Fly the bird through the pipes, touching the screen or pressing any key on the keyboard, and get as far as you can. Your total score will be calculated from the sum of all the game scores you will make. The top 10 players of the week will share the prize pool!
Tetris is a video game of logic and reasoning invented by Aleksej Leonidovič Pažitnov on 6 June 1984, while working for the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Moscow. Pažitnov stated that the tetraminos were his source of inspiration for this game.
Fit the pieces of the tetris to make up the largest number of lines and get the highest score. The top 10 players of the week share the prize pool!
Pac-Man is a video game designed by Toru Iwatani and produced by Namco in 1980 in the arcade hall format. In the west it was published under license by Midway Games. It immediately gained great popularity and, in the following years, under the Namco label, various versions were published for almost all of the consoles and computers, preserving its fame as a classic video game to date.
The player must guide a yellow spherical creature, called Pac-Man, making them eat all the numerous dots scattered neatly inside the maze and, in doing so, must avoid being touched by four "ghosts", on pain of immediate loss of one of the lives available. To facilitate the task the player has, at the corners of the game screen, four special "pills" ("power pills") that reverse the situation making the ghosts vulnerable, which turn blue and, for exactly 10 seconds, invert their running; to gain points, it is possible at this stage to hunt for the same ghosts, to eat them. Once swallowed, however, they return to the base (the rectangle in the center of the screen) in the form of a pair of eyes, to regenerate and attack Pac-Man again. Completed a labyrinth through the phagocytation of all the dots, Pac-Man moves on to the next one, identical in structure.
The top 10 players of the week share the prize pool!