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I remember when I was younger (this was probably between 2012-2015) I would go to this website that had games, sorta like girls go games ,but the games were weirdly sexual but not pornographic. I think it was trying to attract kids. Most of the games had a cartoony 2D art style and ,in hindsight, seem elsagate-esque. I remember a game where the objective was to ruin a girl's time at a party by interacting with things, like a point-and-click adventure game, but 'ruining her day' included finding ways to expose her, like having water fall on her so her clothes would be see-through

Another game was about taking photos of women in their underwear with your camera. One level was at the beach, another level was at a mall. I remember at the mall there was a merry-go-round and a girl would get her underwear would get exposed as she would ride it. There was a woman on a trampoline who would get exposed whilst jumping and a son tugging at his mom's skirt to get her attention, which pulled her skirt down, which she promptly pulled up.

I also had a papa's cupcakeria and it might’ve had a kissing game set in a zoo, where you’d play as Cupid and load your bow with a combination of things which led to a variety of endings. I also vaguely remember one of the thumbnails being a cartoon of a guy in a shopping cart. The games probably don't work anymore because flash died, but does anyone out there remember this site?
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I would play on Webkinz. I had like 20 stuffed animals on one account. I had an account forever but then I forgot the password. Also, there are still games like this I saw an ad for one like just this week I don't know what it called though
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OP I do not remember that at all - to be honest, for a games site aimed at children, that's disturbing!

I got my first PC when I was 11, and I got the internet when I was 16...
so I didn't play on websites.

My younger teenage years consisted of playing things like Windows Solitaire, FreeCell, Pinball, Hover, Minesweeper, and Encarta MindMaze.

I did have Chess on floppy disk which was rather awesome.
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I played games on CoolMathGames quite a lot throughout primary school. Many fantastic games on there that I would play both in school and out of school.
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Addicting Games. Amour Games. One More Level. Miniclip. All the greats
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I’ve been into Tetris lately
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(Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
OP I do not remember that at all - to be honest, for a games site aimed at children, that's disturbing!

I got my first PC when I was 11, and I got the internet when I was 16...
so I didn't play on websites.

My younger teenage years consisted of playing things like Windows Solitaire, FreeCell, Pinball, Hover, Minesweeper, and Encarta MindMaze.

I did have Chess on floppy disk which was rather awesome.
Is it bad if I admit we still play windows solitaire, free cell and mahjong from time to time in my household
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(Original post by Mesopotamian.)
Is it bad if I admit we still play windows solitaire, free cell and mahjong from time to time in my household
Absolutely not bad at all
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Club Penguin
Neopets
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Club Penguin! :love:
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miniclip and club penguin.. although fb when it first came out as games were the only good bit of it.. oh how its changed :lol:
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miniclip, y8, girlgogames, club penguin
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Used to play a lot of Engineering Games in the morning before school started. And once upon a time, Minecraft was a browser game.
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I can’t remember the website name but in school their was a food recipe website which had tower defense & bubble trouble on some random page I found off google and the school hadn’t blocked it (unlike minclip etc.).
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shaq fu
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i loved playing tibetgame.... i guess it was closed down by the Chinese government :emo:

EVER WONDER HOW to find Nirvana? Thanks to professional photographer and website producer Peter Danford, enlightenment is now just a click away at www.tibetgame.com and is, of course, free. But that doesn't mean it's going to be easy!


Begin your quest in Tibet's capital city, Lhasa, with 1,000 renminbi (Chinese dollars), three illegal photos of the Dalai Lama and no karma. As you explore Tibet via 24 interlinked panoramas, the karmometer keeps track of your progress. Danford created the fluid 360-degree panoramas using LivePicture's PhotoVista, "stitching" together eight photographs of each scene taken at 45-degree increments with a 16 mm fish-eye lens. The final touches came from IBM Hotmedia, which turns the views into interactive playgrounds. Clickable "hot spots" offer a variety of stunning audio and visual experiences depicting Tibetan history and culture. Danford also presents political issues facing Tibet, making the site a pointed as well as lively educational tool. Rhetoric is kept at a minimum, however -- the viewpoints never overshadow the views.

This story, "Free Tibet" was originally published by CIO.
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i miss thestudentroom.co.uk/games
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(Original post by Mesopotamian.)
Is it bad if I admit we still play windows solitaire, free cell and mahjong from time to time in my household
No, those are top casual games.
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My childhood mostly consisted of Sky Games, N-Gage 2.0, J2ME games (common on brick phones) and Snake II of course.
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(Original post by nylion_lou)
I remember when I was younger (this was probably between 2012-2015) I would go to this website that had games, sorta like girls go games ,

I also had a papa's cupcakeria and it might’ve had a kissing game set in a zoo, where you’d play as Cupid and load your bow with a combination of things which led to a variety of endings. I also vaguely remember one of the thumbnails being a cartoon of a guy in a shopping cart. The games probably don't work anymore because flash died, but does anyone out there remember this site?
I remember girlsgo lol... I also remember the cupid thing and cupcakeria.
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