A collection of classic video games for your enjoyment
Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98
80 in 1 Best Flash Games is a diverse collection of games that is perfect for any casual (or serious) gamer looking to pass the time.
The collection’s interface categorizes the 80 games into seven categories: Action/Arcade, Classic, Racing, Sports, Casino/Cards, Kids and Other. Now the actual interface that these games are organized in doesn't feel very organic and may be frustrating to navigate. It looks a bit rudimentary and features a series of drop-down selection menus. However, fans of retro gaming may find this type of throwback look appealing.
80 in 1 Best Flash Games attempts to ease these potential navigation difficulties by allowing you to save the flash games you frequent most in a section called Favorite Games. This section also acts as a drop-down selection menu and is featured right alongside the other categories.
Now, the obvious draw for 80 in 1 Best Flash Games will easily be the Classic games section. Most users will be pleasantly satisfied with the diverse selection of games featured in this category. In the Classic section you'll find nostalgic games like Orbox B, PacMan, Ball Breaker and even the original Fallout. But don't let the lure of the classic games section keep you from exploring the other great categories featured in 80 in 1 Best Flash Games.
In the other well-stocked categories you’ll also find a number of fun and admittedly addicting games like Grand Prix Challenge 2, Billiards, Cyber Slots, Bump Copter, Blobs and Crazy Shooter. The controls for each title are often straightforward and easy to pick up. So there won’t be too much of a learning curve. You’ll be able to jump right into the gameplay without hesitation.
The other great benefit of 80 in 1 Best Flash Games is that it requires no installation.
80 in 1 Best Flash Games is a satisfying compilation of not only addictive, puzzle-solving games, but some of the featured titles will also offer up some surprisingly substantial gameplay.