The game "Cranium" is not available to play online, as of 2014. However, a version of the game is available for smartphones. "Cranium" is a board game that involves skills in several types of challenges, including "Creative Cat," "Star Performer" and "Word Worm."
Cranium was developed in 1998 by Richard Tait and Whit Alexander. Tait left his job at Microsoft and persuaded Alexander, a co-worker, to work with him in creating the game. Hasbro subsidiary Cranium, Inc. makes the game. "Cranium" is based on "Ludo," a board game in which players roll dice and race their tokens to the finish line.Learn More
“Typer Shark” is an online game that requires players to go looking for treasure as a scuba diver while they try to avoid being eaten by sharks. Players do this by typing the words that appear on the sharks that swim toward them quickly and accurately. The game is developed by the same team that created “BookWorm Deluxe.”Full Answer >
Happy Wheels was originally designed to be a browser based racing game in which the user could select from a number of unconventional racers ranging from a hobo in a wheelchair, to the irresponsible father on a bicycle with his child. The game concept was first developed in 2006 by Jim Bonacci.Full Answer >
Play the PC version of "Minecraft" by spawning your world, pushing buttons for movement controls, building shelters, farming and surviving. Win the game by defeating the Ender dragon after locating a portal in a hidden stronghold.Full Answer >
There is a sequel to "Plants vs. Zombies." The game, called "Plants vs. Zombies 2," is available on PopCap's website, as of 2014. According to IGN, the game was released on July 18, 2013. It used the free-to-play model along with microtransactions, although players can access all content without paying.Full Answer >