Is there a flashpoint discord or something you could ask on though? It feels like there should be a way to search for all flashpoint games that were on shockwave.com but I'm not sure how. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Shockwave had a bunch of racing games. Try the waybackmachine on shockwave.com and see if you can find the game that way. It won't be playable on the site but if you can narrow it down. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Thank you. There used to be a website called shockwave.com Technically, it still exists, but they eliminated a lot of old fun games. My favorite game was one where I could make my own beats using blocks. The boxes had all sorts of options, you had the freedom to arrange them anyway you like. And I made a techno mix. But it's long gone. I did have the techno mix in my old phone. But I broke it and lost the mix... - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
I think I used to play this on shockwave.com or miniclip.com. Can't find them! Thanks in advance! - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
There was a game that I played on shockwave.com in the early '00s that was a type of quiz game. The "host" was a cartoon Einstein, and he would say categories for the questions like "things that you wear" or "things that you eat." Below that, different items would scroll by, like "your nose," or "your arm," and if the item fit the category, you had to click on it. There was also a giant brain behind the Einstein... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
I played it and my computer is too fast. This takes me back, the logo especially as soon as you said Groove Alliance I was like YES From playing it, I believe I remember how I found it originally too, which was shockwave.com, remember that shit? - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
America online, I remember getting the CDs in the mail. I didn't know you can chat with a wrestler at that time. There was a site in the early 2000s called shockwave.com and it had classic games on there like rampage and jungle strike, This was way before I knew what an emulator was. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
Estimated year of release: 2003-2008, same era as Fancy Pants and was playable on one of shockwave.com, newgrounds.com, addictinggames.com, or a similar site. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
Other details: From last I could remember, the game was on the shockwave.com website as late as 2012, but as of now I have no idea what the title is. My best guess is that the game was called konpira and mentioned samurai or slam in the title. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
I think I got it from somewhere like "shockwave.com"? - Source: Reddit / about 2 years ago
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