Having trouble playing your favorite Facebook game in your favorite browser? Thankfully, there is an easy way you can troubleshoot and fix this type of problem. I will walk you through the steps, step by step and hopefully you will get back to playing your favorite Facebook game in no time!
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Back in October I told you about the Mozilla Labs Game On competition. The guys at Mozilla now have selected 35 finalists in their game development competition and they are all online and ready for you to play. These games were the top qualified entries in the competition and are being evaluated for the prize awards.
Mozilla Labs has started it’s first international gaming competition, Game On 2010. All developers of all experience levels are invited to take part in the fun, to create games for the Web. Game developers have until January 11, 2011 to get their entries in.
Looking for an easy way to pass the time on a slow Friday? Destroy the Web is the perfect game you can add into Firefox to help keep yourself entertained. Turn any webpage out there into a shoot-em up video game.
Looking for a way to keep the kids busy while you wrap the Christmas presents this year?
KidZui is an addition to Firefox that with one click turns the browser into a kid-safe environment with over a million kid-friendly websites, games, pictures, and YouTube videos. I do have to say that this service might be a nice gateway to allow younger kids to get on the Web without much need to worry.
Another feature they pride themselves on is when locked down, KidZui prevents kids from closing the browser, downloading files, or opening other applications.
The free Firefox extension is a gateway into a free vs paid membership situation. If you get a membership via the Kidzui web site, you can get a few more features. You can see a comparison of the free features versus the paid features via their membership page. You might also want to check out an alternative extension Glubble for Families.
If you have young ones around the house, KidZui might be worth playing with.
A somewhat questionable Firefox addition, FireNes promises to deliver you more than 2,500 Nintendo games in your browser. After doing some research, it appears this addon is fetching games from another online Java powered NES emulator. Controls are limited to arrow keys, Enter, Ctrl, Z and X – but hey what do you expect?
They are just Nintendo games after all.
Enjoy it while it last, cause I am sure it may not last for long. Ohh and when Mario and the Mushroom Kingdom police come knocking at your door don’t say I didn’t warn you!
So did the Super Mario Bros 3 theme not get you going yet?
Well if that one did not tickle your fancy, I bet this one will. It seems like now that somebody has developed a Mega Man 2 theme for Firefox. Yes, you too can bring the blue bomber in all his glory to your desktop.
Now what I want to know is where is the Metroid theme? How about some Final Fantasy or Castlevania?
Feel like doing something creative this morning?
Maybe that flash version of Pac-man has really got you down in the dumps, and you would like to get some revenge on the little yellow glutton? No matter what your reason is for doing so, you can hack into some flash games’ high scores.
It takes Firefox, a little knowledge and a some free time – but you have all of that, right?
Alright this is the most awesome thing I have seen all week! You know you love Mario, you couldn’t love that little chubby plummer? Now you can have him running around your installation of Firefox. Yes, this theme is totally dedicated to Super Mario Bros 3!
+ New Working Link (from Download.com) – You’ll need to download it, and then go to Tools > Addons and drag and drop the “super_mario_bros_3-2.0-fx.jar” into that addons pop up window.
Firefox is not just for work and surfing the Internet. It can be used as a tool of fun as well. There are all kinds of fun extensions you can download for your favorite little browser. The Free Software Magazine has posted a good roundup of games that should keep you busy at least for the afternoon.
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