FlashGamesLAND is a funny game tool with a collection of over 2500 PC games, flash games. You can play 293 sport games, 475 action games, 417 adventure games, 420 skill games, 146 racing games, 273 puzzle games, 199 shooting games, 101 board games, and 55 casino games.
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"Lists lots of games, but only a few are playable"
Version: FlashGamesLand 1.0
I don't have anything positive to say about this download.
Very few of the games were playable.
I randomly chose 5 games, of which only 1 was playable;
nothing happened when I clicked the other four.
I used its keyword search to find a specific type of games (e.g., "tennis"),
and it located such games, but only one was playable,
and it wasn't very interesting.
It's curious that it's referred to as a game "tool";
I have no idea what that means!