The whole site has been remodeled from scratch, for safety reasons: no more Forums or memberlist. Now everyone can come and enjoy ErpScapers.com without having to remember a password. The site is more fluid, no more flash or dance, but if you want a little song, simply hum "dream a little dream... "
[older news at the bottom of the page]
Old Java Games will be put back as soon as they are checked (getting all my images and hyperlinks correctly) and a few more will be added over time. You need to have Java installed to play (but not necessarily the latest version - I never installed Java 7).
Makeup Gallery will soon be updated with more characters.
UPDATED March 2014:
The Character Gallery is now online, with all charachers from all eps. including the mini PKW.
New version with no D'Argo this time
Put 5 in a row to delete them
Chinese Solitaire tile Game
A clone of "Simon Says"
The whole vertical or horiz. line moves
A clone of 16 tiles Slide Puzzle
No money involved
Dice Game with Poker as a distant origin
Older news and updates
UPDATED February 2014:
Score Four is a clone of the board game, with Farscape character tiles. It's a 4 tiles to win tic-tac-toe game, with vertical levels, which means you have to have one tile on the bottom if you want to put one on the second level. Tricky but loads of fun. You play John agains the computer, Scorpius.
UPDATED January 2014:
Bejooled is a clone of Bejeweled, with Farscape character tiles.
Concentration Plus is back online. Sixteen images to match up by pairs, with a timer to put a little pressure.
Jigsaw Puzzles have been revamped for the Holidays, with 22 Characters AND 22 Episodes each in 3x3 and 4x4 format. Also, a "how to" has been added on the puzzles Table of Content for beginners. Placement of tiles isn't hard, because you get the full image to work with, in real size, AND there's no timer. Furthermore, the interlock feature snaps the tile in place as soon as it nears the target zone.
UPDATED November 2013:
SameGame Basic 3 has been moved to another free host, because of its popularity. Please change your bookmark accordingly.
UPDATED October 2013:
SameGame Basic 3 has been revamped as I was doing
SameGame Far4 and
SameGame Pro5. Those are now online too, with Characters and Episodes to choose from for each. The difference between games is the number of different images; the more the harder to get 3 and more connected. Images have been enhanced, cleaned and most of them changed, even for those where Characters and Episodes were the same. I've also added a chart of clicks: how much points each group will give you. It might help for strategy, clicking on small numbered groups to get big clusters really pays off.
John's Golf Course is a Flash MiniPutt with 5 holes. For once, I haven't snurched this game. I t was available to put on websites as long as I keep the link to the mother site DampGnat.com which host a longer version of the game and a sfi-fi/fantasy inspired sequel.
UPDATED September 2013:
SameGame Basic 3 is now online. Choose between tilesets from Crew, Episodes, Characters and a few others to group 3 identical tiles and get them off the game.
I'm working on 2, no, 3 more games that were not on site when I remodeled it: Jumplines, Bejooled and Score Four. The first is about making rows of 5 tiles; the second is like the well known online game Bejeweled, with Farscape characters, and the third is Score Four, a vertical Tic-Tac-Toe in which you have to align 4 tiles vertically, horizontally or diagonally, in vertical slots.
Mahjong was removed because of some technical glitches. It will be "repaired" or replaced.
UPDATED June 2013:
2014 Planners are now online. A few more languages than the previous years, they were chosen by the subtitles on the DVDs. I might have missed some... and some didn't work so well. Here is the list of countries for 2014 in alphabetical order: Bosnia; Brazil; Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic; Danmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Great Britain; Greece; Hungaria; Italy; Nederlands; Poland; Roumania; Russia; Serbia; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Turkey; USA. 2012 Planners are gone to make room.
UPDATED Mid-May 2013:
2014 Calendars are already online. Yeah, it's early... but isn't Farscape always on your mind too?
UPDATED April 2013 :
Tic-Tac-Toe with EIGHT pairs to choose from. It's Aeryn VS Crais, D'argo VS Macton, John VS Harvey and so on.
UPDATED March 2013:
Jigsaw Puzzles in 3x3, 4x4 and so on up to 8x8 puzzles, with many characters to choose from in each category.
NEW Feb. 2013:
1140 Sudokus ready to print and play. 3 different difficulties.
Technology Galleries with the number of the episode for each image. Also included, natural or artificial phenomenas not known on Earth.
All pages of the site have been checked for continuity, with picture titles and an e-mail link.
UPDATED Feb. 2013:
Postcards are back, 16 different themes and easy left column navigation in each one.
"2013 Planners" in both European (starts Monday) and American format (starts Sunday) in both English and French; 20 to choose from on each page; Furthermore, 20 planners have been made in German, Greek, Italian, Roumanian, Russian and Spanish. Most 2012 Planners are still available.
New Sept. 2012: After a month offline, we're back without the PHP interactive components. No more Forum or password to remember. The background is not back to its older dark blue self as was intended because there are now about 900 fanfics on the site. Most readers do prefer to read dark text on light background, so the sandy off-white background has been kept. Note that, technically, it was NOT a choice at the time. "Sand dunes" was the only "theme" that was working on the second PHP site.
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This site has been done strictly for fun and is in no way affiliated with any of the above.
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