Flash Pacman-like Game for Kids - Super Space Roller
Super Space Roller is a challenging Pacman-style skill game where you have to paint every square on a futuristic grid while avoiding pesky space aliens. You control a 22nd Century human painter, and your job is to completely cover each grid with red paint to progress. Avoid the troublesome one-eyed space monsters as they try to stop you in your tracks. Turn the tables and eliminate them by collecting special Star power-ups.
You have to try to fool the bad guys by switching direction quickly and constantly moving around the grid. The maze-like grids become larger and more complex as you progress, with increasing amounts of space aliens to contend with. You’ll need nifty fingers to succeed in this fun retro-style arcade game. Ready to rock and roll Space Artist? Let’s paint the town red!
How to Play: Control the Spaceman using the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard. As he walks across the grid, his roller automatically paints the squares on the grid with red paint. In each level, your goal is to paint every square on the grid. Once the entire area is covered, you progress to the next level. Avoid the one-eyed alien bad guys at all costs. If one of them touches off you in normal play, you lose a life. However, if you collect a Star, the tables are turned and you can eliminate the bad guys. For a short period of time after you collect the Star, you become invincible and are able to eliminate the aliens.
The Star Power-ups randomly generate on the game grid, so make sure you get to it before the aliens get to you. You can see how many lives you have remaining in the top left hand corner of the game screen. Once all of your lives are gone, you have to go all the way back to the start. As you progress through each level, the grids become bigger and the aliens become more numerous. Good luck.
Tip: Don’t get too confident when you collect a Star! The invincibility only lasts for a short time, so try and zap the bad guys as quick as possible before retreating away from them again.