Top Ten Flash GamesAdd your favourite flash games here! Please only games, which means you get to do something in the flash. If you insert a play button it doesn't count as a game!
This is the best flash game ever. I t needs to be number one. It's a super combo of all of the best heroes fighting each other super smash bros. Brawl style. Look it up on Armor Games and you'll see what I mean.
This is my favorite flash game. I will still love it even though Master Hand's boss fight is extremely disappointing. Also, it's free!
This is definitely the best flash game. It plays like the actual Smash Bros. games and it's FREE.
It added Bandana Waddle Dee. 'enough said.
Whoever created this is a genius.
This is so hard game
Give up is harder
This game is uniquely amazing from any other flash game I have seen so far. The art style behind the character designs of this game is already much different from other flash games, and then there is the game itself. Siegius fits the most in the Real-Time Strategy genre, which is rare for flash games already. The way the RTS is executed is different from other RTS games I know, which sets it apart even more. The way it works is like the army-building of the game Age of War, where you send fighters from one side of the screen and they proceed to the other side to fight the opposing army and base, but the fighting field is presented much differently. Rather than a strict 2D linear plane, it has the kind of 3D set similar to that of Castle Crashers: which is best described as a unique cross between linear 2D and a 3D top-down view. This makes it so you now place fighters in different areas an a 3D plane rather than strictly on a 2D line, making a field that is expansive and can fighters ...more
I'm glad this is so high up, this was one of the most fun and epic flash games I've played!
Like Age of War, but arguable better cause it has a storyline behind it.
I think Epic Battle Fantasy 3 was my favorite in the whole EBF series. This is the one that made the series go from good to great. It implemented a whole new mechanic to the games: a free-roaming mechanic. Now you could wander and explore a whole world from a top-down view, and you could pick and engage the creatures you fought on your own now. On top of that new gameplay mechanic, the game had a even bigger story to its campaign with actual "chapters" and dialogue to follow on, adding much more depth to the overall lore of the EBF series. This was the game that sparked the evolution of the Epic Battle Fantasy games we have now, and I love EBF 3 for that.
This game is so good that Steam took it in. That's right, it is available on Steam now, because it was that good.
The whole series was great! Apparently there is a EBF 5 now, so can't wait to play that!
Once I first played it, I was hooked. Awesome game!
Once again, I loved this EBF game. It is for the same reasons I love the other EBF games, and more. Each of these games do share the same overall story, but they each have their own story within themselves, if that makes sense. To better explain it, its like a book series: each book shares and builds up on a over-arching story, but they each have their own kind of story written within them (I hope this explanation helps you understand it better). Anyway, each story from each of the EBF games are always fun and engaging to follow, it really draws in the player from start to finish.
This was a great game. The fact that I won't be able to play masterpieces like these are rather more than shocking...
Same as EBF 3, it has moved up to Steam now. No joke, you can get these games on Steam if you want. Look it up if you don't believe that.
The most recent one I have played in the series and its still awesome.
You see this came from armor games is superb... I can't believe you guys put this on number 25
This was a sort-of spinoff of the Epic Battle Fantasy games made by the same creator, and it was a spinoff done right. It bases itself off those games, but takes them in a different approach. Now instead of a turn-based role-playing, it became a adventure platformer. Its nature was similar to a mario game, with its individual story playing out in a similar fashion, but it was in its own unique way. Even though Adventure Story was individually different from the Epic Battle Fantasy games, it still felt just like an EBF game. It took elements from the EBF series and remade them in a way that was different, but still retained the same kind of feel. You could still tell what the things were from the EBF series if though they were altered in Adventure Story. That, my guys, is how you do a spin-off game right.
Impressive gameplay and storyline. Adventure throughout the game as you slay various enemies as you gather items overtime
Loved the Epic Battle Fantasy series? You'll surely love this game then! A cool spinoff by the same creator, Kupo.
Awesome game, you get to fight the things from Epic Battle Fantasy in a Mario-style game.
Excellent game over 30 shine sprites, lots of levels, great gameplay, simply the greatest flash game ever! And it's not even finished!
I grew up playing this game. It's such a shame Flash Player had to end. I wanted to play this beauty over and over again.
Simply the greatest, fullest, and most fun flash game ever.
But it has some glitches
This games fun.The cheat code to unlock everything is 595313131313131.Its 593 than 31 six times.
Just like Adventure Story, this was a spin-off game of Epic Battle Fantasy that really differed from it, but still managed to retain the same feel is it at the same time, which I believe is the right way to make a spin-off game. Bullet Heaven implemented the elements of the EBF series into a action, running shoot n' dodge kind of game controlled from a bird's eye view (similar to Bullet Hell, actually). All the mobs, spells, characters, places, actions, and all the other things from the EBF games are remade in ways that feel like it makes senses for for it; I dunno its hard to explain, but its amazing how they can be so differently made, yet feel familiar to how they were in EBF.
Created by the same creator of the Epic Battle Fantasy series. A cool spinoff that does the EBF series justice.
On a side note, apparently there is a Bullet Heaven 2 now? I'll have to look into that
A game providing intense and challenging gameplay as you dodge a massive number of bullets while conquering many types of enemies.
This is a super fun flash game, its like those other bullet hell games except it has more stuff in it and a better style.
Again, I love the EBF series. One of the things I really like about these games is the atheistic of them. The games have a heavy anime influence in its style, but they do the "anime-atheistic" in their own unique kind of way; its kind of hard to explain this, but I can say that it makes for very visually-appealing games. I don't even know how that kind of art is created from the game, but I can tell it is very hard-worked on because of the level of detail it has. Its unique art style is unlike anything else I have seen from any other game, it is amazing.
Loved the EBF series, including Bullet Heaven and Adventure Story. Takes me way back.
Best role-playing game ever. Cool creatures, cool spells, cool artstyle, it is the best!
I spent an hour trying to figure it out until I had to use cheats. Best flash game ever.
The 102nd question is the worst. Sometimes the squares just randomly spawn on you.
So fun, yet SO challenging!
I think this is more than just a flash game it this point. You can now get this on Steam apparently..
Dude this has to be in the top tens...
Amazing Game! Should be #1!
So addictive plus there is now a multiplayer version which is really intense
A very well-known flash game among the internet and has been played by tons of popular Youtube gamers such as PewDiePie, Jacksepticeye, and UberHaxorNova. This game is just violent chaos of hilarious proportions, and, of course, what good is a game without a builder mode?
Being another highly popular flash game, Dino Run was retro gaming at its finest. The gameplay is insanely fun and addicting and there are plenty of unlockables to keep you hooked. There is also a multiplayer version and a spin-off on Steam.
I can't believe this is not on the list. Dino run is a very unique game and an excellent survival game.
Epic Battle Fantasy has like 5 full games, 3 spinoffs, and various other kinds of content in the series. That all started with this game right here.
This was the game that started one of my favorite flash game series ever. I love the adventurous campaigns, the increasingly deep lore, the enjoyable stories, and the atheistic of each EBF game.
Man I loved the EBF series, including their side games Adventure Story and Bullet Heaven. Kupo is a creative guy.
Just as awesome as when I first played it as a kid way back then.
This is the beginning of power to the player. We have the option to create the stages we want and play them with our friends. Makes a person get excited about it's coming sequel!
Fantastic game, one of my all time favorites. Being able to level up, race with friends and create your own maps are just some of the things that make this game great!
One of the best games during it's time. I remember playing it during my childhood. It's pretty much dead now since nobody plays it anymore.
Oh wow! I love the level editor and all the different character designs. A lot of the people on the chat thing are pretty nice too!
Best game for destroying castles and things, the physics is satisfying.
Pb2 has the most satisfying enemy deaths ever! Another great thing about his game is that you can create your own maps to play and even modify your own weapons! Want a tiny pistol that does infinite damage? DONE! Want a grenade launcher that shoots so many projectiles that it crashes the game? DONE! Want a girlfriend? Sadly, this game won't do that for you. BUT IT'S STILL AMAZING!
I love how the Henry Stickmin games are stocked-full of references and easter eggs from so many other video games or other forms of pop culture. The allusions these games have are implemented in choices you can make throughout the games, such as having the choice to use a pokeball, a mario mushroom, a fallout power suit, or many other items from every conceivable popular game, movie, or any other entertainment media you can think of. The items work in the same way the would in the said video game, movie, or other source. It is always fun to see how those item choices effect Henry, the main character who makes the choices, for better or for worse. Even if I make the right choice that progresses the game forward, I find myself going back to do the other choices just to see how they would cause me to fail, because it usually creative how the choices make you fail or succeed, usually turning out in a unexpected way. Escaping the Prison, Stealing the Diamond, Infiltrating the Airship, and ...more
This was like the funniest games I have ever played! Also very epic at times.