Play Spelunky in Your Browser
Drop a bomb next to your workload with in-browser Spelunky
You should probably be working right now. That's okay, so should I. But while you're shirking your responsibilities, why not play an in-browser version of Derek Yu's fiendishly difficult Spelunky that can easily be concealed amongst those TPS reports you're supposed to be writing?
The port, made by one Darius Kazemi, is far from perfect. There's no sound, a number of graphical quirks, the dark levels don't live up to their name and Kazemi had to implement a number of quick and dirty hacks to fix major bugs, but overall, not bad for a port that took three hours.
If you want to play the full game, sans bugs, you can download it for free here. Or, if you like your graphics shiny and your wallet lighter, you can pick up the well-received 360 port for 1200 MS points.
To the cave between caves!
And work productivity plummeted by 200 percent
But seriously, this is awesome, although I wonder why would you do this when the PC version is already freeware
Spelunky is one of my favourite games of the last few years. There is even a steam group, a hero dies a thousand deaths, for those who are really into it.