Flash Monday

Over 63% of all deadline crises at Isotropic Fiction can be blamed on game developer Sean Cooper. If his name isn’t recognizable, some of the games he designed and programmed should be. After joining Electronic Arts in the ’80s, Cooper worked on Dungeon Keeper, Populous, and Syndicate. These days, Cooper creates free games for the online casual gaming market. From the physics based wOne to the real time strategy Shadez 2, each new flash game is a gem with excellent graphics, engaging challenges, and decent effects.

But one game among all his credits devours the most time at the IF offices: Boxhead. And if we weren’t having so much fun playing it, we’d actually take the time to tell you about it. Fortunately, Sean takes the time to do that on his site.

But if you stay here, you can play the game!


If you like this game half as much as we do, let us know in the comments below!

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