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  1. Hi, Dragon Buster Mini is another remake of Namco classic (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Buster) from best decade for arcade games - from 80's! Go through rooms full of traps, creatures and dragons and get as far as you can: press Z or tap left half of the screen to change walk direction, press X or tap right half of the screen to jump ... and double jump! Dragon Buster was first game that featured double jump and one of the first that used visual health meter - both things so common nowadays. Play the game here: http://www.bandainamcoent.fun/ww/html5gameplay/c7f770229cb83d5b3b965ffa0540543f/game/dragon-buster-mini#2
  2. Hi, Sky Kid Mini is new HTML5 version of legendary Sky Kid game form mid 80's (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sky_Kid). Fly as far as you can, avoid obstacles and use collected stars to unlock all 5 different planes. Play the game here: http://www.bandainamcoent.fun/ww/html5gameplay/f0762cddd94f66e78f507fd63ebdad10/game/sky-kid-mini#2
  3. "Namco Bandai has joined forces with the creator of Homestuck to build a game in which players attend high school alongside a number of the publisher's iconic characters. Namco High is a newly-revealed, HTML5-based browser game from Namco Bandai and Andrew Hussie, creator of the Internet-favorite latter day choose your own adventure story known as Homestuck." http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/126142-Namco-High-Offers-A-Chance-To-Date-Pac-Man