2019.06.05 05:34 LinguinisPanini idlebreakout
The community all about talking about the hit game on coolmathgames.com, Idle Breakout!
2015.11.09 15:55 VinsTheHuman Cool Math Games
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2010.02.27 05:23 Meades_Loves_Memes r/teenagers
teenagers is the biggest community forum run by teenagers for teenagers. Our subreddit is primarily for discussions and memes that an average teenager would enjoy to discuss about. We do not have any age-restriction in place but do keep in mind this is targeted for users between the ages of 13 to 19. Parents, teachers, and the like are welcomed to participate and ask any questions!
2023.05.29 16:01 xx-cavetown-xx Did you know that when you search up coolmathsgames this comes up
2023.05.25 09:47 bunniteeth [PC][EARLY 2000'S][BROWSER GAME DEMO] Top down game where you help a creepy little girl find her monster dolls to escape?
.: Platform :.
PC / Browser Game Demo, Not Flash
.: Genre :.
Childrens / Scary [ Not really Horror but scared me as a kid ]
.: Estimated year of release :.
.: Graphics/art style :.
2D, top down, not pixel art
.: Notable characters :.
Main character is a normal dude, a creepy little girl
.: Notable gameplay mechanics :.
Keyboard Controls, not
RPG level scaling, the game was puzzle-like in a sense but stayed at the same difficulty, could get items [ torch for dark caves, hedge clippers for vines, ect ]
to get past puzzle points.
.: Other details :.
I used to play this game repeatedly as a child on dial-up internet. I used to find it via, possibly, from CoolMathGames [ or a site similar ]
before they reformatted to be fully 'educational' games. It was a top down adventure / horror, though not really that scary, game where you play as a normal guy sent to a 'monster' world. To get back home you had to help this creepy little girl collect her Monster dolls that were taken by creatures- there were 4, a Mummy, Zombie, Vampire, and Witch.
I can VIVIDLY recall the Mummy doll was in a broken down house's cellar to the south of the map, through a forest, and required you to collect a torch from elsewhere on the map to light up. There was a swarm of bats that would attack you the second you entered and the Mummy was in the very center of the cellar. You COULD quickly run up, grab it, and escape before taking 3 hearts of damage and dying.
There was a 'town square' with no other NPCs, with overgrown hedges surrounding it, and some swampy/sewagey looking water in the center. The entire game's color palette was muted colors, and visually dark. I can't recall any music, but if there was, it could have been dark ambient to make the game more 'creepy' feeling. The trees in the forest were dark grey/black and dead with spindly branches, the MC could walk between them and they overlaid each other and the MC.
I could never get more than 2 dolls before dying, since the difficulty was stagnant and didn't scale. There was a function to collect more health, and maybe ONE weapon, but can't remember if I could ever live long enough to find it.
It was simple puzzle-style, needing required items to progress through the overgrown forest/swamp like the torch, or some hedge clippers [ or a scythe ]
, to see dark areas or cut through thorn bushes.
I want to say the game's name had "Monster" in it, but didn't mention dolls at all. I would use the search engine with 'monster' to find it.
You didn't have to download the demo to play it- and it could have been the full game, but I wasn't skilled enough to finish. Though I'm pretty sure it was a demo, since one area with a doll was completely blocked off by a locked gate and surrounded by trees you couldn't walk through. [ I believe it was the Witch doll, because I cannot remember what it looked like, but the other three are somewhat easy to recall. ] Vague recollection of game start area, MC, and 2 dolls
I have been trying to find this game for about 20 years, so any help would be appreciated! Note:
I do remember finding an old PC game in previous searches that was point and click style with creepy baby dolls, but this isn't the game.
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2023.05.25 01:10 JawkPOWERLINE new cm hs. im done with discord btw for the time being
2023.05.23 07:08 Sebthepokeman101 COOL MATH GAMES
So there was this little game on Cool Math called Rainy Day and it was kinda cute, so I was wondering if anyone knew any other aesthetic 2d platformers for me to try?
Here is the link to the game btw: https://www.coolmathgames.com/0-rainy-day
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2023.05.23 02:08 BinglesPraise [Adobe Flash/Browser][late '00s/early '10s] Platformer with Shape Protagonists
Keep in mind: I made a Reddit account solely to post this, because searches and even ChatGPT have failed with helping me.
Platform(s): It was on the Personal Computer, under Adobe Flash Player.I specifically remember not playing on the big websites like Newgrounds, Coolmathgames and Kongregate a lot, instead playing on sites like Kizi, NotDoppler, or Armor Games; which ended up just having a lot of their libraries copied from the big 3 anyway, but still.
Genre: Platformer. Maybe puzzle-platformer technically, but not sure.Estimated year of release: Late 2000's to early 2010's. Somewhere during Flash games' peak in popularity, expectedly.
Graphics/art style: The art style was cartoony with a vibrant yet not too bright color scheme. I remember the game took place during sunset, with a sort of tropical theme mixed with maybe some Aztec and/or South-American inspiration.
Notable characters: Three characters controlled across the levels. One was a magenta trapezoid, second was a blue semi-circle, and third was a green rectangle. They had eyes, but no mouth, and no limbs, just moving by sliding around. I don't remember there really being anyone else.
Notable gameplay mechanics: All 3 have their own abilities(typical platformer powers, I remember one could swim). All 3 of them could fuse between each other, which would combine their abilities and would have the colors of the two that it fused from in the form of diagonal stripes. It controlled like The Lost Vikings
does, where you had to move them separately, and you couldn't just fuse all 3 of them to make it easy.
Other details: Here's what I mean about the characters(not advertising my Twitter here, just using it to link to the image): Image I whipped up in MS Paint for what the protags likely looked like
The game had some one-big-compound-word type name, I remember at that time I doubted I was going to remember the name even at that point. The title screen was a kids chorus yelling the name of the game out loud in rhythm with the tropical instrumental.
Despite the similarities, I specifically remember it wasn't Transmorpher
or its sequels, but I remember it played pretty similarly.
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2023.05.22 19:22 Fair_Image2130 This absolute comeback
2023.05.21 00:23 chefthedxman Theory Idea
So I recently did a full gameplay video on the game "Trace" on CoolMathGames, and I thought, "This game would be perfect for MatPat!"
I don't know if CoolMathGames count here, but it's worth a shot. If it's possible, can MatPat look over it and see if a theory can be made about it?
Here's my video on the gameplay just in case: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxK9pgM-b1E
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2023.05.13 03:15 Currentsleet11 Wordington return
2023.05.13 03:14 Currentsleet11 ITS BACK
2023.05.13 03:13 Currentsleet11 ITS BACK
2023.05.13 03:13 Currentsleet11 ITS BACK
2023.05.05 15:50 YournameLe Why is Jack’s video on the list images when you search up coolmathgames
2023.05.03 01:09 bradbcoaster5 Look who pops up when you search “cool math games”
2023.05.02 04:59 Usernamewastakenwas Holy $h1t is that a mfing Persona 4 reference (idk if I can swear in a title)
2023.04.21 20:54 GigaPangolin JackSmith Bug
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2023.04.19 06:12 OperationHistoric [partially lost] iknowthat.com
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2023.04.03 22:23 CapitalHistorian7102 How to enable flash player option?
I wanted to play blooms tower defense 3 for some nostalgic reasons and realized I needed to enable flash player setting but how do I do that on the opera gx app? Btw in my settings I don’t see the “websites” option
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2023.03.27 16:17 Gracer_the_cat Today there’s been a national tragedy
2023.03.10 12:32 smallSin202 Cursed_ cool math games
2023.03.03 07:56 Ronaldinho19 Childhood Memories: [Browser] [2D Pixel/8-bit] [2010?] A pixel platform jumper where you're a small gray square with a lag-effect trail following you and you're always bouncing. A middle schooler's long lost love, any help is appreciated <3
: PC and Mac (online) Genre
: 2-D 8-bit left-to-right Platform Jumper. Estimated year of release
: 2008 - 2011? Graphics/art style
: The best I can describe it is pixel/8-bit-esque. The color scheme was mostly a darker gray background, a light gray square with a gray/white lag trail following it (think of the trail effect for the mouse cursor back around mid 2000s - a matrix style whoosh-whoosh-whoosh
would follow the cursor as you moved). I think some levels had green (grass) while most of the base you jumped on was a lighter gray (contrasted against the dark gray background). The sound of the square bouncing made a \
toc* *toc* *toc*.* I think there were also 8-bit game effect sounds when you died. Notable characters
: The only one I can remember is the gray square you play as. I'm 80% confident there weren't other monsters/enemies in the game on the platforms. Notable gameplay mechanics
: The square starts off always bouncing, you only move left and right (the end goal was always on the right). The white/gray trail follows the square with each motion. You could bounce left and right off walls to climb up. I think there were 15 levels. The last two I distinctly remember having cannons that fired you and you had to direct yourself through a maze of stationary spiky objects that you'd die on if you touched them. Other details
: I think the website I would've seen this on was something like addictinggames.com, armorgames.com
etc. I can't remember if the square exploded into pixels once it died.
I'm happy to provide as many more details as I can. My middle school self (and I) thank all of you for just being on this subreddit, regardless of whether the game's name is found. Y'all are the best <3
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2023.03.01 02:05 bable2doit [TOMT] [Browser][Flash][Game][2000's] Escape game with flying biblical scorpion locust monsters.
I played this game when I was in Jr high on coolmathgames.com or something close to that. It was one of those escape style games, where you click on the screen to find clues and objects. The game begins with a couple who crashed their car and have to find help. They come to a gas station where there is a clerk, and a little sleeping girl. Pretty soon these monsters, I guess they are based off the description in the book of revelations because they look like flying scorpions with crowns and human faces. Also there is a part where you control a little red race car, ax these zombie like people, and ultimately don't escape from the gas station. I keep looking on Google and I can't nothing to this game.
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2023.02.14 03:59 TheColdLemonade 2.5D motorcycle game for IOS