Thematically, Coma is a little like Limbo. You play as a boy called Pete, who wanders through a surreal dreamscape solving puzzles to find out why he's in the titular coma. It's a charming little game, without Limbo's macabre deaths.
Very, very basic version of the classic card game - you can't even personalize your avatar. However, we actually prefer that naked simplicity, and surprisingly the AI opponents rarely feel as if they're cheating.
43. Victorian BMX
Plays a little like Trials, but actually manages to be a little sillier. Here you play as the Grim Reaper, peddling a bicycle through Victorian landscapes, and pulling off some gnarly tricks. Excellent presentation and plenty of laughs.
PLAY Victorian BMX
It's Pong. And although there are several variants on the classic theme, you're still just playing Pong. Either play this to relive a slice of video game history, or challenge a friend to the two player mode.
45. Desktop Tower Defense
Probably the best Tower Defense game ever. There, we said it. Here you build a maze full of towers to stop 'creeps' from getting from one side of a desk to the other. Tactically deep, fiendishly addictive.
PLAY Desktop Tower Defense
46. One Chance
What would you do if the world was about to end? This charming flash adventure puts you in the role of a brilliant scientist who can either try to save humanity, or just spend his last living days with his loved ones. You decide.
PLAY One Chance
47. Corporation Inc
This is a tower-building game, a little like Tiny Tower. You build offices, hire workers, maintain your equipment and expand - the aim being to make a fat profit from your corporate empire. More fun than actual work.
PLAY Corporation Inc
48. Basketball Championship
There are loads of basketball 'free throw' games out there, many of which are just awful. This one features cats, and uses loads of irritating 'LOLcats' words, but - surprisingly - the actual free-throw gameplay is rock solid.
PLAY Basketball Championship
49. Treadmillasaurus Rex
Bizarre concept, but fun nonetheless. Here you take control of a T-Rex, who is on a treadmill, constantly jumping to avoid spikey mines. Odd. Every couple of seconds the conditions change (the treadmill may speed up, the mines be more frequent etc) keeping you on your toes.
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50. Endless Migration
The serene look of this game hides a violent streak. You play as a bird, migrating through the busiest airspace on earth. Flying into other avians 'recruits' them to your flock - and the aim is to dodge mid-air objects and keep your flock alive as long as possible.
PLAY Endless Migration