Honestly it's all about those Ed edd n' eddy flash games
Played this thing for hours. I seriously loved when they did those bumpers with all the characters from different shows living in the same setting.
I remember playing this game way too much. This game was the shit, I had to put atleast a days worth in this thing.
I really get nostalgic and want to play it, but not a single person has of the code saved. No chance CN will ever re-release it.
>the EEnE demolition derby game
>the KND game where you launched the hamsters
>that one ben 10 game where you played as different aliens throughout the day
>that one ben 10 platformer
>most ben 10 games
>the teen titans fighting game
>the billy and mandy game with the eggs????
>the KND food fight game
im trying to remember more but my nostalgia wont have it
if you weren't playing this at all hours, you're fucking gay.
Disney Channel's web site use to have games you could play while your game was loading, there was one where you shot a ball into a cup. It was more fun than some of the actual games. This was when they were Zoog Disney, I remember playing it before the Can of Worms game.
Does Toonami Games count, cause I always wanted an ONLINE Multiplayer version of this, kind of like that flash game, where it's basically "Worms" but replace the worms with Stick figures, what is it called again?
There's three game I remember loving the shit out of but can't remember their names
-EE&E game where he eats a bad jawbreaker and you play as a white blood cell fighting it off
-KND game where each character has a villain they have to defeat, was hard as fuck and I never beat it
-Dexter's Lab, it was some robot fight thing, fun as hell
RIP in peace
Infect-Ed was the EE&E game you were thinkin of. Idk the other 2 tho
I didn't have internet at home so I liked staying after school to play games posted in this thread.
Anyone else play this shit?
Did anyone else play MOTHERFUCKING FUSIONFALL?
>there are people now old enough to get nostalgic over this game
>EVEN THOUGH I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT SHOW HE'S FROM.
I fucking loved this one toonami game where you shot down a bunch of enemies in Tom's ship and this one billy and mandy game where you had to press the corresponding directional key grim put out to make something work. Shit was challenging.
Anyone remember that one thing where you could collect clip art of the characters, and some were animated if you clicked on them, and you could put them together onto a background and have a whole scene or just a mishmash of art and animations?
You could also look at other people's "scenes", trade with them, gift them the pictures, etc. And there were a lot of limited time ones.
Goddamn, that was so cool. What the fuck was that even called?
>Duchess is wrecking the house in a temper tantrum.
>Your eventual failure is guaranteed.
>Chewed out by Herriman when it happens.
Being Frankie is suffering.
I remember my strategy would be to let all the kids become zombies and then change them all back with one massive blast since they all just kinda gathered together into a herd.
>game ran like shit because dial up and/or older pc, but was enjoyable
>try it again a few years ago
>it's too fucking fast now
fuck yeah. you had to move your characters on a landscape to battle robots in a turn-based style game. shit was hard but i loved it.
The knd hamster game is fun as fuck, the miguzi game with the splattering slime, and the rpg-esque games when you walk around and solve problems or whatever were cool too. i think there was a scooby doo one where you trekked through sand or something.
I get nostalgia boners once a day for this game
Noob. You could have multiple windows of this shit open. I'd spam the shit out of making new accounts, opening your free pack, then trade them to my main... I guess it's still technically a waste though.
Path of Destony was the best game, still got the music stuck in my head
For a kid's game it was fucking difficult
This one right here
>Each operative had their own ship
>Instead of powerups, you collected your teammates and combined your ships
>There were different configurations with different firing patterns depending on who you had.
>that grim adventures dodgeball game
>that kids next door trick or treat game, with the easy cheat code to unlock all the levels
>that ed edd n eddy derby cart game
>that racecar game from multiple shows (I remember it had Johnny Bravo, Cow and Chicken, and Dexter at minimum) where you could mash the space bar, glitch the fuck out of the game, and pass the finish line without it registering, so you have to overlap everyone and STILL WIN because you're going so fucking fast
Man I remember when they had the stickers and stuff. I spent hours with that shit trading and shit.
Along with that thing I think was a slot machine or whatever and you could qj. Rare gold stickers
It's not CN but anyone remember the Digimon Tamers game where you play as Takato with Guilmon using chips to attack and shit?
Also the game they made as an ad for the movie with you blasting emails at Infermon?
There was a pretty cool samurai jack one, a decent naruto game, and a kickass one piece game
some of these can be accessed through web archives but only run on older flash players
kinda fucked up my flash settings trying to play them
looking for an easier way
How about Nick?
There was also a top-down online multiplayer Rugrats shooting game where you shoot milk at each other.
Kick the Can was the best one. I also liked that My Gym Partner's a Monkey sidescroller where you explore the school.
>the KND one where you made your own numbuh
They took that offline, like, a decade ago.
Yeah, I remember there was Uncle Gus, a girl cactus, and a male cat in a dress. I feel like there was a fourth one, but I'm pretty sure that was it.
All of them were from pilots that Cartoon Network was trying out, none of them were greenlit.
trick or treat beat for fucking ever
i dunno if this is one of the older games, but i remember playing this like 6 years ago
For me, the golden age was more about the amateur nature of it. The underground. It was guys making flash games and movies for fun and as a hobby, kids making edgy shit, everyone having a great time as self-made artists showcased their work.
holy shit im only now getting why the skeleton power up can unlock stuff
There was Longhair from Longhair and Doubledome too.
>There will never be another flash game series like this.
>EVEN THOUGH I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT SHOW HE'S FROM
That shit aside, I enjoyed Fusionfall. It didn't overdo the anime-esque designs most of the time. But I'll be damned if the Adventure Time characters and The Eds weren't ugly, or at least unnerving.
>it's been almost eight years since it came out
MY NIGERIAN BROTHER
Most of the Courage games were pretty good.
There was that one that was more slowly paced and relaxed. What was it called?
I think one of the first things you did was find a remote, and there was something in the TV that Courage would scream at.
>The Evil Con Carne game where you destroy another sea base just like yours
THE FUCKING BEST
I was just about to post about that one. I can't remember it's name either but I remember having a few plays that would take me an hour with dial up.
Also they made a the room game tht was similar to it.
>these games are over a decade old
>these games are as old as fucking newgrounds at its prime was
>one day when we go into even more streamlined internet, there will be no more archives of these good old times
>they will be lost
>in the rain
Fuck, I remember a Thunder Cats version of this game.
I'm pretty sure this was the game you're talking about, I remember spending so hours looking for that stupid remote
>That Billy and Mandy Dance Dance Revolution clone where you had to clean Billy's house before his dad came home
The KND strategy game where you had to control Numbuhs 2 to 5 in a grid
And last but not least,
> Motherfucking Flinstones and Honeycomb Postopia games
Wasn't there a flash game about Fred Fred Burger where you dicked around in different environments like a candy level, and then you went down into the sea and into space for combat?
At least I think it was Fred.
>Suddenly remember the interactive game where you explorer the Tower
>Mfw remembering how the game fucked up and crashed every time Raven slammed her door
The whole awful thing about the Cartoon Cartoon Summer Resort game is that they serve as a momento for shows that just never made it. Like a collection of failed shows that got overlooked by other shows being produced at the time
In this case it was The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy that ensured Uncle Gus, Prickles the Cactus, Vivian and Longhair would forever be remember as playable characters in an online flash game.
>HTML5 is an improvement in every way anyways.
I want this cartoon network back.
Boomerang used to show the shows but I miss Cartoon Cartoon Fridays so much.
I saw my 6-year old cousin play The Amazing World of Gumball: The Fellowship of Things flash game and he found it boring because of
random encounters and the ATB system.
I tried it for myself, being a fan of Final Fantasy and many more games from Square's library during the 90's and it's my favorite of CN's flash games.
I played these way too much. So much fun though.
Remember the one where you played backstage trying to collect stuff?
Or the bugs bunny football game?
Maybe I just don't watch as much, but it makes me sad that they don't have these interactions between their lineups anymore. Even when it was just shots of them walking down the street, it was fun imagining that there was some Roger Rabbit stuff going down.
You probably won't remember this. I didn't but during its height. Cartoon Network did air ads for their Cartoon Cartoon Fridays on Nickelodeon
>we're not even supposed to be on this channel
the golden age where cartoon characters were self aware that they broadcasted on a network and interacted with other characters
That's some fucking Bleedman shit right there.
Oh man this one was juuust challenging enough.
Agreed. I'm a late 90's kid so I'm more familiar with these:
A lot of the ads I honestly loved almost as much as I did the toons, though looking back at this one it's pretty gay.
Another game I remember was a Scooby Doo mystery game. Running around and picking up clues and trying not to get spooked by the monsters.
Also the My Gym Partner's a Monkey platform game.
>Trying to remember that one fosters home flash game
>sign in every day to do chores
>explore the mansion
>still can't find it
If you played this and remember this. You know just how fun this game was.
Not game related but I spent some time dicking around on the old cn site looking for the flash games using the wayback machine and holy fuck. Did anyone ever buy any of these?
>if I try any of the links to the games posted in this thread they redirect me to the main page of my regional CN's current site
This is why we can't have nice things. At least newgrounds keeps an archive of almost all flashes no matter how shitty. Hell, there's flashes on there with a sub-1 score that have been scheduled for deletion for over a decade.
Still this is directed at kids. Which kid's parents would actually pay 15k for 20000 jawbreakers? The novelty would wear out in like 10 minutes.
>tfw the age of flash games is over
What? That's crazy talk, anon. Are you listening to yourself?
By the way would you be interested in buying my flash game? It's only five dollars on Steam Greenlight and it only uses MOSTLY borrowed assets!
For years, we had nickelodeon, but not cartoon network.
Stuff like this always felt like taunting
It was ok, but I liked a few years earlier best, when they were doing their cartoon cartoon stuff.
This one was ok too
>poptropica games are gone
What? For real?
Shit, I liked Poptropica.
Motherfuckin; Cartoon Orbit, man. I remember me and my siblings were obsessed with this game, and how excited we were to get the codes for new ctoons every friday.
I remember always wanting the Toonami ones but they were limited edition.
Much like how the Ed Edd n Eddy game "Spin Stadium" was an advertisement for Beyblade?
>Postopia Flintstones games
My favorite one I played
and the only one I played on that websitewas the Big Barney Chase, it was where you play a board game and play mini-games to chase after barney to get you're pebbles back
My favorite Postopia one was either the "make your own room" or that one that involved sneaking around your friend's house at midnight to get some food and they had some crazy-ass security system set up.
>the fosters game where mac was pushing cheese down the hill in a go cart
>if he went too fast, he would scream
>if you held down back arrow, he would slow down and go wheeeee
>that was it
>there was no point to the game
>you couldn't win
Who would you vote for /co/?
If I remember right,
Ed and Grim won.
I remember when I was a kid voting for Plank.
Then I became deeply cynical.
Not sure if I'll get an answer or not but I've been trying to find or at least remember the name of a game I used to play.
It wasn't on CN or nick, it wasn't cartoon related. It was like an RPG type game, and you would make a character, then it was either challenging a random enemy or taking a bounty to fight a boss type one. I remember one of the enemies was a black night, and I remember the last boss was death. You would also spend gold to sleep at an inn to heal between battles. It had pretty cool art and this has bugged me for years that I can't remember it.
Did anyone play that Garfield haunted house game? Actually, I think I'm going to replay it now. I remember being slightly creeped out by the ambience.
Shocked that this hasn't been mentioned yet. This game was one of my personal favorites.
This isn't a flash game, but this thread reminded me of the cool DVD games that used to be included in the bonus features of movies. I remember there was a really tough one on Disney Dinosaur (the CGI one) and another one on Beauty and the Beast special edition.
There was also this really fun (at the time) 3D snowboarding game you could play if you inserted the DVD for Ice Age into a computer.
IMO, a lot of that DVD stuff is untapped content for Youtubers to do their comedy review shows on. It would be a nice change of pace from obscure and crappy video games.
Does anyone remember some game which was a turn-based battle between two teams of robots?
I think it was related to Toonami, the robots had escape capsules that fled when defeates and one of the pilots may have been called Taleshi
i vaguely remember something of that description but don't remember anything related to "Taleshi"
there must be some wiki archive of CN/Toonami games out there which i will look up now.
Does anyone remember that one kind of a point and click game, where you were in some kind of a house? All I can remember is that you had to help out Powerpuff Girls in it, and the game barely had any noise save for the ending screen that played a loud sneezing noise
I remember playing Gundam Wing Assault, could it have been it?
>That Quick Draw McGraw basketball flash game
Shit nigga, where do people watch Cartoon Cartoons nowadays? Boomerang only plays Courage for two hours nowadays.
Are there any streams of old CN shows? Or should I just have to torrent them? I kind of want to watch a mix of old shows and the old bumpers as well...
Had that game mastered to a fucking art, I did.
This wasn't a Flash game, but I'm trying to remember this 3D KND one that involved you going around and shooting up places like the treehouse, the school, and a hospital. I was really awful at it.
There was also this Shockwave game that involved another CN beachside resort, but this one was pretty barebones and I think the Red Guy was the main villain.
Guess Adult Swim didn't have their own store yet.
I think the first one was either Operation V.I.D.E.O.G.A.M.E. or that one weird top down game where you played as a new recruit and would have new missions based on when they released new episodes.
I downloaded Shockwave just to replay this a couple of weeks ago and it would only load half the time.
Remember when the Superbowl came around Cartoon Network would air marathons of old cartoons and tally them up like a score?
I barely remember this but damn I played it a lot...fuck I want those memories....
Found the KND game. It was Operation: B.E.S.T., and apparently went offline once somebody got the highest score in the game.
Boy that CG hasn't aged well.
Not CN but Junkbot was something I used to play on regular rotation with CN games, including the Dexter >>78607514
need links for all of these
Also, not CN, but did anyone play the SpongeBob game where you avoid hazzards when you float up from Rock Bottom? I don't think that game actually ended.
I remember that one. You moved SpongeBob around rock walls as he floated up, and you had to collect another glove balloon whenever his popped... I think.
Fun fact: The same company that made that game also made those online The Critic shorts.
>Remember this game
>Could find about no trace of it online
>Tfw could never play it because the old computer my mom had was shit
I still remember the exact place I was for one of the episodes during the event.
Definitely this one: http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/billymandy/christmas/index.html
And KND scroller, even though I hated KND (and now I hate scrollers due to oversaturation of the market)
Out of all the games Ed, Edd, n Eddy just seemed to have the weirdest or most original ones. I remember going to one of the foreign Cartoon Network sites once and they had a game where the Eds were mining for Jawbreakers.
>Memorized codes from TV, ate popsicles to get trading cards with codes on them
>Eventually realized the codes were just common words or names relating to the show
>Managed to guess a bunch of them
Don't try and say you niggers never played this game.
>mfw picking up anything other than the scythe & toiletpaper combo
Oh fucking hell I remember this one! I remember actually catching Tweety, but I don't remember if I was able to make it to the end or not. All I remember was it being REALLY close. Hector was right behind me, I was getting near the bottom with Tweety caught.
If I don't remember if I won or not, then I probably lost.
You all know what website REALLY had the best games.
I remember when me, my brother and one of our cousins would huddle around the computer and try to beat Peasant's Quest together during family get-togethers.
We eventually did and I was the only one who got the joke of the ending.
Of course they weren't going to let you actually kill fucking Trogdor
>game ran like shit because dial up and/or older pc,
thatks for riminding me about this beautiful sound
Remember when Cartoon Network took a bunch of their games and then suddenly made them into games you had to pay for?
I hated that, thank fuck it was still avaliable on the latin american Cartoon network website
At least they did add extra features, but I don't think anyone paid money for those games. I did see some of them sold in Office Max/Depot though.
Still, who the hell would pay money for a flash game that used to be free but now has new features? I would pay for a 3D remake of Cartoon resort though
>plugins like Java, QuickTime, and Shockwave are permanently disabled
>becoming more difficult to play these games
Oh shit, I remember the KND golf one.
>3D Remake of Cartoon Cartoon Resort
Someone write a petition, that shit NEEDS to happen.
I just couldn't get a neutral ending...
On the subject of Nick games, remember all the 3D games they used to have
>That one Spongebob movie game that was essentially a weird love child between Diddy Kong racing and Mario 64
>MFW going on the cartoon network website and a good amount of these games are still there, just obscured by the "more games" tab
i loved these ones. do they really all still exist on the site?
yfw the point was to give extra to the kids that were smart enough to figure out the pattern (i did that too)
>fucking checking the AH every day waiting for some kid to fuck up and sell rare cards at a low price.
i bet you were one of the aristocrats with a jawbreakers card weren't you?
Yep there was a ski lodge murder mystery and a sacrificers event on mystery island both of which involved the staff members dying violently and letting the players bet on who would survive
that shit was fuuuucked
Trap-O-Matic was my jam. And it was isometric, not 2D.
Oh shit I remember this one. Newgrounds is a treasure trove of questionable stuff.
>that NIN loop
>They tried to demand money for this shit
>Then just outright removed it and all the other cool games locked behind that paywall
Help me out /co/. I'm looking everywhere. There was this old scooby doo game on cartoon network where you play as shaggy and at the end there was this fucker that appeared. I cannot remember for the life of me what it was called.
I dont have a screenshot of it but does anyone remember that titans flash game? Raven would make you pick from a pile of shapes then read your mind and make it disappear. Seriously freaked me out until i realized how she was doing it
>tfw made it to the final lvl
>it all just starts over again
I tried to download the game a ton of times but the best I'd end up with was a link to the game that'd I'd need to be online for most of the time and the assets to the game once.
Probably because at the time, if you were going to get a treehouse for that money, people thought it was a better idea to not have it based on an existing franchise.
Kinda sad how it wasn't until now that KND finally got some recognition, thanks to the galactic KND news
Do you know how much I wanted that tree house? A little too much.
In you guys' opinion, did CN go downhill in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, or 2009?
It seems the lines get blurred between "old" and "new" CN often. On one hand, I've heard people say shows like Camp Lazlo and Squirrel Boy are "new" CN, and are when they started to go downhill.
On the other hand, I've heard people reminisce on things like Genndy Wars, Xiaolin Showdown, the Operation B.E.S.T. game, Class of 3000 musicbox, and the 2004 election as part of "old" CN, even though they're only 0-2 years apart from the "new" CN.
Guess it all depends on when you turned 10 and started outgrowing things.
Any news on the Nicktoons ones? Like maybe the crosswords or word searches or Clickamajigs? Maybe a foreign version of Amanda Please so we can get Bynes to be less self-destructive?
That other one where you are tossing Blu from one o another guy was so addictive!
Though my favourite's always been pic related. Can't find a better one, does someone know which one it is?
I thought it went down around 2005 or so. There were some good new shows, but it seemed like those shows were short lived as hell (Class of 3000, etc), while the bland ones like Squirrel Boy and My Gym Partner's a Monkey would never really end.
Camp Lazlo was okay
>mfw Heffer was the real scoutmaster all along and Lumpus was just some batshit psycho who kept him locked up for ages
IT'S A WAY OF LIFE