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We've got another batch of the best free games on Kongregate for January 2013. The selections and descriptions below have been provided by Kongregate's own Rebecca Francis. Check them out and tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Dawn of Darkness (Above)Recruit heroes and strategically build battle formations to
take on the forces of evil in this Adventure-RPG. The game art is a treat to
look at, and powerful and upgradeable weapons are a treat to use. Take on a
series of shadowy bosses, and enjoy the game's exciting story and excellent
sense of humor!
AntimatiereYou're the only 3-dimensional being left in a 2D world. In order
to find out what went wrong, you'll need to navigate your way through many
levels of puzzles. Enjoy the surreal experience of manipulating flat objects as
you explore a flat world. This game is the winner of Kongregate's Unity
Company of MyselfAn oldie but a goody, this puzzle platformer reminds us all
that you're never really alone. As a small, melancholy man, you must use as
many iterations of yourself as necessary to complete the levels before you.
With excellent music and a simple, sad story, this game is still one of the
best ways to kill time on Kongregate.
Berzerk Ball 2If you're like most people who use the internet, you've
wanted to punch someone through the screen. Berzerk Ball 2 does the next best
thing, allowing you to launch an internet geek into next week. Upgrade your
weapons and teammates for maximum geek-distance and geek-velocity, or take a
break from launching with some fun minigames!
Creeper World: User SpaceWe've all played defense games before,
but the creeper is a different kind of enemy. The nasty blue stuff is
threatening to destroy the world as you know it, one teensy weensy bit at a
time. Build structures to blast it back throughout a dozen creative and clever
levels. A Kongregate classic, this game is a must for any dedicated defense
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