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Blue's News share a Superman themed Flash game titled "Square Hero" on Games For Work and Max Games -- "There is danger afoot, its time for our average Joe to jump into that phone-booth and emerge as a super hero. With numerous powers including flight and heat vision, fly, run, burn and smash your way across 7 puzzling stages, rescuing innocents and douching flames with your super breath! Race against the clock to beat each stage as quick as possible!" and "Run into phonebooths to change into a superhero to save people and make it through obstacles."
Blue's News share a Flash flowing control game titled "Symphony" on Free Web Arcade -- "... a soothing puzzle game inspired by Auditorium. In each stage, you are presented with tools, colored circles and continuous streams of particles. Use the tools to guide the particles to circles of the same color until each circle is fully charged. The circles must receive a steady stream of particles simultaneously or they will lose their charge. The game is divided into three movements, and a new tool is introduced in each movement."
Blue's News share an addicting and confusing very long five minutes musical (no sound effects) puzzle Flash game titled "FIVE" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, MoFunZone (recommended and for achievements) -- "A five minute adventure game, but will it only take you five minutes? Very well designed and developed... :)" and "... a puzzle platformer inspired by the platform/sliding puzzle hybrid, Continuity. You have exactly five minutes to escape a grayscale world, composed of 16 areas. The first few areas are unlocked for you, but you will have to unlock the rest by collecting keys. Once you collect a key, you will be presented with a screen that contains all of the areas. You must rearrange the areas so that you can collect the next key. You can switch between controlling the character and viewing the puzzle/map screen at any time. You're only timed when you're controlling the character."