RadioRadar podcast 90: We All Become

This week we talk about the biggest news, and discuss Wolfenstein: The New Order and Transistor. But wait! There's more! ...actually, there's not much more. Oh, there's the Top 7! Listen to that. 

Hosts: Hollander Cooper, Lorenzo Veloria, Henry Gilbert, Ryan Taljonick, 
Question of the week: What's your favorite flash/browser game? Let us know to win one of four copies of Battleblock Theatre. 
Intro song by Danny Baranowsky


  • mbavalo - May 30, 2014 6:50 p.m.

    This one right here because the roars are too cool!
  • markreel - May 30, 2014 9:10 a.m.

    You Have to Burn the Rope. One of the unique things about Portal 1 is that it is actually rewarding, in that it gives you Still Alive. You Have to Burn the Rope provides a similar reward.
  • shawksta - May 28, 2014 11:53 p.m.

    Lorenzo is the game your talking about Skrillex Quest? I think it was Geez, i didnt think you guys would fully read out my correction, but glad to help in your knowledge Henry :3 Yeah i agree with Cooper's E3 run, Podcast on Monday for the E3 presentations, Tuesday for Nintendo and Early show floor impressions and then Friday for the rest. Though whatever format you guys choose will be alright as long as you can manage it. Maybe you can do Tuesday for Press Conference reactions and Friday show floor and any other announcements during the time. QOTW: Cant go wrong with Popcap, and i think anyone can agree with me that Plants vs Zombies was amazing despite how generic and simple its advertisement is. It was like the usual pop up game sites you usually get from the sidelines or everytime you start your virus add filled computers. Who knew it would turn out to be fantastic. Here's another entry for QOTW i want to point out, there has been recently an Adventure Time MOBA beta and its fricking addicting, funny since i given up on League of Legends a couple of months ago only to find myself going to a similar yet reskinned Adventure Time themes MOBA. You guys should try it if you havent.
  • shawksta - May 28, 2014 11:54 p.m.

    Forgot the name, its called Adventure Time Battle Party
  • bko - May 27, 2014 5:40 p.m.

    My favorite Flash game, and perhaps the greatest Flash game ever Flashed, is Cup N Ball extreme. It's my favorite because I made it back when I was learning Flash, back when Flash was the future of web development. What's Cup N Ball Extreme? It's the Cup and Ball game. Why Extreme? I don't know.
  • ocelotfox - May 26, 2014 12:11 p.m.

    For me, there's no question when it comes to the best Flash game, since the answer is obviously Frog Fractions. From the outset, you can tell that this silly-looking lampoon of educational games has something else going on, and once you begin exploring the confines of the game, it takes you to a magical place, full of Zorkmids and text adventures. And let's be honest, any game that allows the player to base an entire economy on bug porn is doing the right thing. To say any more would spoil it for those who've never encountered it, so I recommend that anyone who's never looked it up give it a shot. It's one of the most bizarre and wonderful experiences you'll have all year.
  • Unoriginal - May 28, 2014 12:40 a.m.

    Take this ocelotfox's advice! Here's the link for those too lazy to google: This is the greatest flash game ever made, no contest.
  • AngryFruitSalad - May 26, 2014 10:47 a.m.

    By far my favourite Flash game is Super Press Space Bar To Win Action RPG 2009, . Not because it's such a great game, but rather because of the review that Axman13 posted of it, and the dramatic reading of that review, Dot Dot Dot:
  • F4G1TR0N - May 25, 2014 10:31 p.m.

    Haven't answered one of these in a long time. Since, from what I have read, some people went with the porn games, i am gonna go for a game called The Last Stand, by Con Artists. It's basic gameplay was a waved base game in which you and your band of survivors try to fend of a zombie hoard. What made it different at the time was that you could upgrade your defenses, purchasing turrets and greater wall hp, while also including a scavenge game. A map would be presented to you and you would chose an area to send your survivors to search. Each area had a risk/reward factor, so you had to be sure to send just the right amount of people. Sometimes the survivors you sent out would not come back, making it hard to defend the night. Slap on a daily resource requirement and you have a very very good game I played as a child. This is why I loved the pseudo social game in The Last of Us multiplayer. Seeing my Clan survive after doing well in a match made me try incredibly hard in the game.
  • fadefrommyself97 - May 25, 2014 6:21 p.m.

    my favorite flash game was some sexy game I played on back in the day. it was half rpg half dating sim where you leveled up your character and made money while trying to date the girls in town by remembering their cup size and favorite color. I have NO idea what game it was sadly but it was hilarious. in the first part of the game you protect your hot teacher from being pretty much raped in the bathroom. then you go on and date the friendly/popular/bookworm girls and if you can get the popular girl to date you then at the end you get a sexy cartoon video as well as the option to dress and undress her in her room. anyone know what game this was??
  • A_CYNICS_LOGIC - May 25, 2014 3:09 p.m.

    My favorite browser game is Super Mario Crossover. What's more awesome than playing Super Mario Bros, with Samus. I just love it.
  • wadesmit - May 25, 2014 2:04 a.m.

    Sad to see Magrino's gone, but I guess it's understandable. When you have a baby, everything changes. I played the Sims yesterday, so I know. QotW: There were a whole lot of these awesome Cartoon Network flash games I used to play whenever they were advertised on TV. Powerpuff Girls snowboarding, Ed, Edd and Eddy skateboarding, a shitty Dexter's Lab or Professor Utonium piping puzzle game. I had dial up, so each game would actually cost like, R20 (2$) of data. Also, probably won't get noticed by Henry, but I've been getting into comics and Cape Crisis is awesome. Yeah.
  • MouseKlok - May 24, 2014 10 p.m.

    Homestar Runner's Peasant's Quest. My friends and I spent hours trying to earn all 150 points. I still go back to play it about once a year, and the game still cracks me up.
  • n00b - May 24, 2014 7 p.m.

    quake live
  • TaserLime - May 24, 2014 6:32 p.m.

    You know what's a good browser game? Tetris. I have multiple bookmarks in Mozilla Firefox for Flash versions of Tetris.
  • EAC73 - May 24, 2014 10:30 a.m.

    The flash game I liked the most recently was Abobo's Big Adventure. You take Abobo, the first boss from Double Dragon, and he goes through stages of many NES games fighting Nintendo characters. There's a Contra stage, Zelda stage, Balloon Fight stage, and many more. Really cool game, check it out if you haven't.
  • rainn'sgaydar - May 24, 2014 8:53 a.m.

    Back in the old days we would roam the games of candystand looking for games. My favorite was probably the mini golf game. Unfortunately, as buyouts and rebrandings occurred the holes got changed and redesigned for the worse, at least according to my untrained, nostalgia-filled eyes.
  • antiAntag0nist - May 24, 2014 7:37 a.m.

    Back in the old days of browsing NewGrounds, I came across a fighting game that I took a liking. I was unaware of what a "M.U.G.E.N' was at the time, but the idea of throwing a bunch of characters from different games in a massive fighter was awesome to me.

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