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Diversion of the Day: Super Kreml Kart Super Rally

Posted by: Matt Vella on February 08

super.gifMarketing editor Burt Helm and I have been trading our favorite casual free and flash-based games for a week or so now. Games not so well suited for long goofing off sessions so much as restorative breaks between edits or filing deadlines, the healthy, smoke-free cigarette break. Burt is a fan of, but I prefer the weird/arty/indie stuff floating out there. This week’s case-in-point is Super Kreml Kart Super Rally, a Soviet-inspired action game that must be played to be truly appreciated. The music is priceless and the dirt simple gameplay – click or don’t click – addictive. Check it out; it can be downloaded (for PC) here.

Reader Comments

Jim Greer

February 9, 2008 10:50 AM

Thanks for the plug, but wow, I can't believe that *Business Week* is telling me my site isn't weird and arty enough!

How about Coil -, a game which appears to be set in the womb? Or A Walk in the Park, in which you play a chihuahua who has to drag his wheelchair-bound, acoustic guitar-playing owner through the park?

If you just want weird in the so-bad-its-good direction, I recommend the works of the prolific MrCredsAlex:


Jim Greer
CEO, Kongregate

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