Attack A Variety of Locations With Your Shark!
Miami Shark allows you to make like a shark and attack any poor soul that may be unlucky enough to have wandered into your murderous jurisdiction. Smash, chomp, and crush your way to high-score heaven with this hilarious pile of flash-animated ridiculousness.
Sticking with the series’ ‘exactly-what-it-says-on-the-tin’ tendencies, New York Shark is a work of simplistic brilliance. You get to control a furious-looking shark with sunglasses and optional hat while you skulk about in water and destroy the unsuspecting citizens above. Boats, planes, people, King Kong; there’s almost no limit to the destruction, and it’s done with notable style.
It’s not often that you see a flash game set in the middle ages, and until now, I’m almost certain that you wouldn’t have come across that involves medieval, violence-heavy, shark-related mayhem. Smash your way through sailing boats, chomp a few flying unicorns and get some dragon in your digestive system in this outrageous sequel from Mausland Entertainment.
Regardless of popular (and wildly inaccurate) portrayals of piranhas as unstoppably violent creatures that are whipped into a frenzy every time they sense food is nearby, Feed Us 5 serves to add to the unfounded stereotype by having you manually whip up your piranha into a frenzy by escaping its tank and embarking on a carnivorous and bloody adventure to eat and escape simultaneously.