LWorks has made a number of games, both free and commercial, that offer many hours of play. Some games, like Judgment Day, even offer trophies and other achievements beyond beating the game.
We only host the Android version of this game. We cannot host the IOS version due to incompatibility. If we obtain a similar game for Windows Mobile, we will host that, possibly with emulation resources for Windows Mobile6.
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It's this summer's hottest accessible game release...or rather, the rebirth of Liam's most famous fake game advertising bit. check out the beep commercial
This was a movie in Judgement Day, which was accompanied by a fake beep option in the bonus games menu that resulted in you earning the beep trophy.
Damien from x-sight rather amusingly brought this game to life with source code and all, but Liam never brought the game to life.
I mean, think of the many hours and months it would take to code such a complex game. There's no way he'd get it done in time. *judgement day reference* Therefore, the game was never brought to life until Christmas in 2013, 8 years after the commercial!
Nevertheless, it's here, and apart from the beep and the music, the sounds are exactly the same as in the commercial.
Blackjack is the first in a series of short timewasters written in bgt under the name Crappy Ass games.
This is yet another card game from Crappy Ass Games.
Help Blind Bob on a daring walk around his treacherous neighborhood. Avoid crashing into poles, falling into sewers, and being run over by insane cyclists. Be careful to stay on the sidewalk though, for one misstep brings swift pain at the bumper of a speeding car or the teeth of the neighbor's terrifying dog.
The Brain Station is a collection that is planned to feature over a dozen word, math and logic games. But wait...there's more! Collect coins each time you win a game, that can be used to order new games as your coins accumulate. And of course, there are several achievements for you to unlock inside each game.
With several minigames for you to play and an achievements system, there is plenty of fun to be had. stay tuned!
There is currently an alpha of the game available in which you can try two of the games. While there are no coins or achievements in this build, this will give you a feel for how the game works. We will, however, link to the game's info page only for now, as you can download the alpha from there along with some audio demos of what's in store.
This is the original egg hunt game.
There are 120 eggs in the field. No clocks, no chickens. Just eggs. Pick up as many as you can in 3 minutes.
Please note, this game has been replaced with the super egg hunt lineup. Although the game will confirm success of score posts, the scores maye not actually reach the LWorks server.
The aim is simple. The computer will randomly select a number from 1 to 10, and you'll have three shots at it. If you guess correctly, you win a prize, if you don't, you don't win a thing! So go to it in a couple variations:
In 2014, it was announced that judgement day would be updated to become freeware.
Now, this process is complete, and thus the game has officially been made freeware!
Got five minutes to spare? Try this collection of simple, yet addicting games.
Note that this is only a demo version, and there is currently no way to get the full version. Thus, the only games you get are Number Guess and Sticks.
LWorks Words is a simple word game.
It is, however, only a demo, and cannot be purchased.
In this game, your car is infested with pigeons.
What do you do when you've got pigeons swarming your car? Shoot'em down! In this game, you do just that.
You were the lucky winner. You had to be caller number 9 and know the answer to the trivia question. It was easy really. Everyone should know that Bruce Banner was the alter ego of the incredible Hulk. You grew up watching the show and idolizing the Hulk. he got to smash things. How fun was that?
After years of listening to kSmash every morning, finally the station had a contest you could sink your teeth in to. It wasn't tickets to see the Wobbly Brothers circus or concert tickets for Justine Woodcreek. No. It was a ticket to the tenth anual Smashathon.
The Smashathon? You couldn't believe it. Normally the smashathon was limitted to professional smashers from around the country. Each contestant would be given a sledge hammer, and two minutes to do as much damage in the arena as possible. Objects like toy cars, telephones, priceless china would all be up for the smashing. who ever could cause the most damage would win a spot in the Smashathon hall of fame.
You spent that weekend practicing in your garage. Everything was fair game: old refrigerators, your grand mother's priceless waterford crystal, and even Mrs. McRobinson's cat when it wandered too close. You made sure you had your smashing technique down pat.
The day finally came, and you were ready. You would show everyone why you deserved a spot in the Smashathon hall of fame.
This game was the result of a streamed coding venture, thus is a concept game as it was intended as a quick project to stream. Nevertheless, it is a fun game that Liam made such a big smash with...
Sphere was a game under development that would be a modern adaptation of pong, with several characters and levels.
Though the game was never finished, beta demos are available for two different versions.
According to the LWorks website, Super Egg Hunt Plus is currently also in the process of freeware conversion.
However, according to Liam, some updates may be coming.
Super Liam was one of the first accessible sidescrollers.
It was originally commercial, but was made freeware in 2014.
This is the old demo version of Super Liam, preserved for the sake of history.
This is an early concept demo of Super Liam.
It is relatively similar to the commercial demo above, but has some different sounds and gameplay.
This is an even earlier concept demo of the game.
This is a package containing three alpha versions of Super Liam, one beta, and a parody of alpha8 with the man affectionately known as Jammin Jerry raging at the game instead of the traditional Liam sounds.
This is a complete sound mod for Super liam.
You should extract the archive, and place the contents of the Max Pain folder into your game's directory, replacing files where necessary.
It is highly recommended to back up the original game sounds and music first, so you don't need to reinstall the game to switch versions.
Super Shot is a very addictive Bop-it style game.
It was originally commercial, but is now freeware.
This patch unlocks the full game.
This is a concept demo.
Liam has decided not to complete the game, but the concept demo remains available for archival purposes.