These made it through my initial go-round:
- 3D Cube is a virtual Rubik's cube with the option of more or less than three blocks to an edge.
- Blocks Collapse
- Link All
- Little Alchemy
- Oh h1
- Quento promises to be entertaining. Combine numbers and symbols for simple math operations to deliver the requested value. I played for a while last night until I got stuck. Was it a bug or was I just tired?
- Avalon Spider - Card game
- Blackwell requires some special run-time support, like Adobe, but different, and there doesn't seem to be a version for Chromebook.
- Core requires quick movements to block bad blobs and accept good ones. Not for me.
- Minesweeper by http://www.justas.biz/ has bugs, doesn't work properly. Thumbs down.
- Phantom Seeds. A simple picture book story, for children perhaps.
- Rundroid - I think this is what is called a 'platformer'. You have a character who has to run and jump his way across the screen. Not for me.
- Think Number. A simple minded number game. You pick a number then the game displays a series of screens with multiple numbers on in. You decide whether your number is shown or not. After half a dozen screens it figures out what your number is and tells you. Not very interesting.
- Triplex is a sort of jigsaw puzzle. It looks like it might be kind of interesting, but you need to be able to rotate the game pieces and I could not figure out how to do that. There is a forum, but the instructions are in Russian. When you have two buttons labeled with alien (Cyrillic) characters, which one do you push?