by harley on March 26, 2011
Yes, a short two years after entirely rewriting the user system and uninstalling world domination, it has returned. Reincarnated, bigger and better. I hope it's better. I guarantee it's bigger!
As it turns out, life has a funny way of having it's way, when it comes to plans and priorities. I had planned World Domination to be down for a week, possibly two - not two years. To anyone who was involved with the first World Domination game (I know there were several hundred), please accept my apologies.
Also, to anyone interested who played version 1, be aware that while your scores were wiped out, there is good news. I am installing an awards system for user profiles. Users who played a significant amount of World Domination (v1) have been recorded for various awards, based on the final rankings of that game. Once I get the awards system situated, those will show up on your profile.
I promise it won't take any longer than 2 years.
Go dominate something!
by harley on March 11, 2011
It appears gMail, AOL, and possibly other email services are rejecting or delaying emails sent to gtds.net users, probably due to surpassing the allowed number of mailings in a given period of time.
If you signed up for an account recently using gMail and did not receive an activation email, it is because your mail provider is automatically bouncing the emails back and/or delaying delivery.
I'm looking into solutions at the moment. Sorry for the inconvenience.
by harley on March 4, 2011
The same thing we do every night, Pinky.. try to take over the world.
Well, the old (and not nearly so awesome as Animaniacs) game, World Domination, is making a come back. It may have even have some shiny new choices to increase the strategy beyond 'click enough to keep more than zero people in your country'... alliances perhaps. Recommendations welcome.
Karma is working again, generated for registered users by playing games and posting wonderful things, lost for posting nasty things and unplaying games. I'm not sure that last part is possible, but with today's fancy computers who knows! Karma may leak into other areas of the site in the near future.
Favorites will once again be in the user profiles very soon, so you can keep your favorite games in one easy list.
Thimblebump is a fun little fellow who one simple goal in mind: reach Neptune! It seems like an easy enough task (especially using only two buttons) but on his journey he will encounter a myriad of obstacles designed to stop him.
Skeletal system is very important for human biology. The skeleton system provides the framework which supports the body and maintains its shape. See if you can place all the bones properly before time runs out.
Use your mouse to accurately hurl grenades into your enemies position, and eliminate all the threats. It doesn't get much simpler, but with a couple dozen levels this will occupy your day for a while.
Your challenge is to restore lighting to all the houses. After a strange electrical storm, lights react to other lights in nearby houses. Solve each stage by puzzling together how to get all the lights on at the same time.
Time passes slowly and serenely at the picturesque islands of Hawaii. While enjoying the beauty of the natural tropical landscape and the ocean, try to complete all the increasingly challenging levels of Waikiki Solitaire or you could try to break the quiet with the rush of a real fast card game challenge at one of the offers on this gaming sites list.
With retro green pixelized graphics and smooth controls, this side-scroller offers plenty of action. Fight your way through hordes of airships and baddies to get to the end of each stage. Look for temporary floating power-ups along the way.