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Don't Escape 3 Script Welder returns with another eerie point-and-click anti-escape game. You awake on the floor of a space station just seconds before you're nearly blasted out into the void... Script Welder returns with another eerie point-and-click anti-escape game. You awake on the floor of a space station just seconds before you're nearly blasted out into the void. What happened to the rest of the crew, and how will you end your adventure? [Read Review]

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Monkey GO Happy Madness PencilKids' sulky simians are back, but you can turn their frowns upside-down in this point-and-click puzzle game! Each stage has its own small puzzle for you to solve, cheerin... PencilKids' sulky simians are back, but you can turn their frowns upside-down in this point-and-click puzzle game! Each stage has its own small puzzle for you to solve, cheering the monkeys up, and with 27 levels, that's a lot of prancing primates! [Read Review]

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3.81

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Finite Moves Elio Landa serves up another simple but stylish puzzle game, where you must use tiles with a limited number of moves to cover all the glowing dots on the board, AND reduce all ... Elio Landa serves up another simple but stylish puzzle game, where you must use tiles with a limited number of moves to cover all the glowing dots on the board, AND reduce all their numbers to zero, for a calm, pleasantly zen-like experience. [Read Review]

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4.59

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Bad Ice Cream 3 Tasty! Nitrome's delectable popular arcade avoidance series is bad for more frosty goodness that won't give you a brain freeze. Collect fruit and avoid dangers through 40 fast-... Tasty! Nitrome's delectable popular arcade avoidance series is bad for more frosty goodness that won't give you a brain freeze. Collect fruit and avoid dangers through 40 fast-paced levels of enemies with different abilities and pixel-perfect art! [Read Review]

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4.26

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Duke Dashington You've got ten seconds to get in and out of this frantic, high-difficulty platformer as you plumb temples for treasure, but with obstacles like saws, crumbling platforms, spike... You've got ten seconds to get in and out of this frantic, high-difficulty platformer as you plumb temples for treasure, but with obstacles like saws, crumbling platforms, spikes and more in your way, you'll need lightning fast reflexes to make it through. Also for Android and iOS! [Read Review]

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4.48

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Tough Love Machine Two hearts beating as one, longing to be reunited... by crazy extending disco hands that push them around and help them navigate gaps, spikes, bubbles, gears, and other hazards... Two hearts beating as one, longing to be reunited... by crazy extending disco hands that push them around and help them navigate gaps, spikes, bubbles, gears, and other hazards, of course, in this simple but funky puzzle game! [Read Review]

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3.83

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Harvest Defender Everyone wants to eat organic these days, including the dark lord and his evil army. As the rabbit whose garden is being raided, defend against imps and other dastardly minions... Everyone wants to eat organic these days, including the dark lord and his evil army. As the rabbit whose garden is being raided, defend against imps and other dastardly minions while spending cash to upgrade and build new defenses. [Read Review]

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2.76

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Ruffian! You're a ruffian! A no-good, atrocious baddie! And in this funky, stylish, tongue-in-cheek projectile puzzle game from Broken Pixel, a single shot is all you need to massacre e... You're a ruffian! A no-good, atrocious baddie! And in this funky, stylish, tongue-in-cheek projectile puzzle game from Broken Pixel, a single shot is all you need to massacre everyone in each level... provided you know juuuuuuuust where to place it. [Read Review]

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4.52

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Feed Me Just because you don't have legs doesn't mean you can't get around in this clever classic platformer from Nitrome, where you control a potted snapping plant who can use its nec... Just because you don't have legs doesn't mean you can't get around in this clever classic platformer from Nitrome, where you control a potted snapping plant who can use its neck and powerful jaws to stretch and bite its way through levels! [Read Review]

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Hacked

SatoriIf a constant barrage of mainstream films and television shows has taught us anything, it's that knowledge is power and that hacking is the great equalizer. Remember the heady rush of the mid-nineties when teens everywhere were going to 'hack the planet!' and 'stick it to the man!'? Yeaaahhhh! We didn't have the slightest clue how to go about it of course, and when it came to actually buckling down and learning how to code, well, confound it if something more interesting didn't always seem to come up. Now Fabien Devos and Joaquim Verges have slipped you a Hackpad, a snazzy little device that can hack into any computer system in the world... if only you can learn to operate it. Hacked is a learn-to-code puzzle game free for Android, currently in a rough-and-ready early release stage that makes learning how to code fun and engaging. In Puzzle mode, each level presents you with three examples of Input and their required Outputs. It's up to you to place basic elements of code to process the examples correctly, and passing each level will grant you access to new coding functions. You'll learn as you progress even if you're new to coding, and by the time you're through you'll be able to write apps and games shareable with your friends playing Hacked, or with the Hacked community in general. Showing just what's possible, there are even mini-implementations of Flappy Bird, 2048 and even Cookie Clicker freely downloadable and playable from within Hacked's virtual computer. All of it's proof that when you learn to code you can do all that, and even more! Viva la revolucion información!


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Find the Escape-Men 160: Swimming Pool

no1game's little green men lead such interesting, active lives! Sure, sometimes they're just getting their driver's licenses renewed, or squeezing onto a train, but then you've also got the time they were trapped outside their bodies, or went to a baseball game. In Find the Escape-Men 160: Swimming Pool, as you might guess, they're going swimming, and you'll need to find all ten green men before you can escape. I mean, not for long... you do work at the local pool, after all, so you're going to be back dealing with more trouble-makers before you know it, but hey, let's just try to get through the day. Click around to hunt for things to interact with... or, in this case, to find new areas to move to, since this game can be particularly obnoxious about hiding new perspectives and areas in places you'll just have to click about until you stumble across. Find the Escape-Men 160 is definitely more silly than not, with puzzles that require thinking outside the box, or just creatively messing with things. While this means that players who crave, say, the cunning logic of a Tesshi-e game may find this one a little too clicky and weird, those of us who are looking for a fun and whimsically odd way to escape from the heat ourselves will find it worth a dip in.

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The Swindle

SatoriOn the gritty, rain-soaked cobbles of Victorian London all is not well. Scotland Yard is preparing to activate a staggering and monstrous breakthrough in artificial intelligence codenamed the Basilisk. With nothing beyond its total surveillance capabilities, crime will become a thing of thing of the past — and so will your career as a master catburglar. Your only chance is to steal the Basilisk itself before it can become active, stealthily amassing a small fortune with which to augment your capabilities in daring midnight raids. But you only have a hundred days until the Basilisk goes active... and this is not your grandfather's Victorian England. Steam-powered uniformed security automatons clank as they trundle their masses of tarnished brass along punchcard-coded patrol routes. Whirling gyrocopter surveillance drones hover unsteadily about, searching for any trace of intruders and prepared to electrocute them without compunction. Centrally-networked panopticon lenses swivel their gaze across the room, and lethal 'hacker mines' lace the floor. Size Five Games' unique and eagerly-awaited indie stealth action steampunk-meets-cyberpunk hybrid The Swindle, the stakes couldn't be any higher and danger lurks around every corner. This compelling dystopian wonderland features the artistic talents of Michael Firman, the suspenseful musical stylings of Tobey Evans, and coding by Louise James, Tom Boot and Sophie Humphries of Clockwork Cuckoo.


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Witche's Legacy: The Dark Throne

DoraWhen a hidden-object adventure opens with some lady casually obliterating some woman in weird cosplay lounging sexily on a rock a few miles away from the ocean, you know you're in for a weird ride, and EleFun Games' Witche's Legacy: The Dark Throne. See, that was no ordinary bejeweled lady... that was the wicked witch queen, Morgana, and ever since destroying her several months ago, Lynn is just now beginning to relax and enjoy married life with her boring husband... you. You have, in fact, with the help of Lynn and her mother, opened a museum of magic named in honor of your brother (and I mean literally... the name on the building is "Museum Named in Honor of Thomas Charleston", Lynn, you creative minx, you), and it's in that museum that Lynn is suddenly spirited away by dark energies after stumbling upon a stained glass window that turns into a portal into another world. Together with the help of your loyal family imp, you set off to rescue Lynn and find out what's going on, which means exploring a lot of dangerous places seething with dark magic, and undertaking a lot of tasks and otherworldly puzzles your witchy wife is probably way more qualified than you to undertake. Then again, you are a former Witch Hunter, so maybe things will work out in your favour after all. Click around to explore and interact with things, pick up optional puzzle pieces to unlock more of the backstory, and use your little imp pal to help you in certain situations. You know, like when you need a tiny grunting green dude to pop a pose and flash gangsta signs. Witch stuff.


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Cube Escape: Case 23

DoraThe latest installment in Rusty Lake's wildly popular point-and-click horror adventure series has arrived in the form of Cube Escape: Case 23, also free for iOS and Android, and right away its apparent that this already surreal series is getting even darker. As it opens, you're investigating the murder of a young woman, someone who may look a little familiar to you if you've played Cube Escape: Seasons and Cube Escape: The Lake, and this isn't your cut-and-dry homicide. Hope you've got your sunglasses ready and puns all thought out. To play, just click the tiny black arrows at the edges of the screen to move around, and the cursor will change whenever it passes over something you can interact with. You can click an item in your inventory to hold it to try to use it somewhere, or you can scroll through it using the white arrows or by dragging up and down on that side of the screen. You're looking for evidence as you examine this grisly scene, but this house has some seriously weird secrets, and it's going to take a gumshoe who can think outside the box to make sense of things... if, that is, there is sense yet to be made, and that's just the tip of an adventure that continues to add up the puzzle pieces from the previous games. Settle in, folks, this is a long one... and get ready for a jump scare or two.


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Monkey GO Happy Madness

When you or I are unhappy, we have to do all the work ourselves. Find something to cheer us up, like going outside, playing a game, making ravioli... but if you're one of PencilKids' monkeys, someone just handles it all for you, and in point-and-click puzzle game Monkey GO Happy Madness, once again that someone is you! In each of the game's 27 levels, your monkey is sad, presumably because things start off with a very bizarre Twin Peaksian flavour and that's unsettling (but awesome!), and it's your job to figure out how to cheer them up by solving a small puzzle. Just click to interact with things, dragging any items from your inventory at the top of the screen to use them, and your cursor will change if it passes over an interactive area. Like most Monkey GO Happy games, Madness tends toward kid-friendly difficulty, so players who demand their puzzles to be stimulatingly challenging may find the pleasantly oddball collection of stages a little too simple. Still, their weirdness is part of the appeal, and while some of them are more pointlessly clicky than they are actual puzzles (eggs and punching bags, I'm looking at you), Monkey GO Happy Madness is bright, cheerful, happy fun for all ages.

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Finite Moves

If you love simple, stylish puzzle games, Elio Landa should be a name you already know, and Finite Moves should be about what you expect. The goal in each level is to make each numbered tile decrease to zero by moving it around the screen, and cover all the glowing dots. Each move, executed by clicking and dragging, drops a tile's number by one, until it becomes immovable at zero, and winning means having all tiles zeroed out and all dots covered. The trick is that a tile's number will only go down if that's the one you're actively manipulating... a three tile won't go down to two if you use a different tile to push it somewhere, for example. The simple but well-executed concept, the mellow guitar soundtrack that makes you feel like you're glamorously gaming on a beach under a sunset somewhere, the shiny-smooth presentation... all of these things are rapidly becoming Elio Landa's calling cards. Finite Moves isn't necessarily that difficult, especially since the question mark icon to the bottom right next to the "undo" and "restart" buttons automatically turns on a function that shows you specifically what to do for that level. But even if it doesn't break your brain bank, Finite Moves belongs in that category of pleasantly chill, smartly made little games that encourage you to kick back, relax, and puzzle an afternoon away.

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Room 8

I don't know why you'd ever want to escape from Ichima's Room 8. With its lounge-friendly decor, lovely balcony, and frosty drinks, it's literally everything I've ever wanted in a getaway, but if you're not a laze-bag like me, well, you'll need to solve some puzzles to get out. There's no changing cursor, so you'll have to check everything to figure out what you can interact with on your own, though there's also not much pixel hunting to speak of either. Room 8 doesn't hide new views or items in places without some sort of visual indicator, so you don't need to worry about clicking madly only to find you missed the one fraction of screen you needed to see what you were missing, and the whole thing is tightly designed with logical and clever puzzles that will wake up your brain without making it blow smoke. It's not a particularly long game, but it is a charming, crafty one, and a perfectly pleasing escape from whatever ails you.

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Duke Dashington

Johnny123 Alright, adventurers! It's time for a spot of good old fashioned temple exploring action! That's just what you get in Duke Dashington, an action puzzle game by Adventure Islands (also for Android and iOS!) that puts you in the role of the titular chipper explorer whose upper lip is so stiff he can break walls with it. Duke's quite the eager beaver when it comes to diving headfirst into collapsing temples, so much so that once you launch him in a particular direction with the [arrow] or [WASD] keys, he won't stop until he hits something. This is extremely useful, as you only have ten seconds to complete each room before the roof collapses on top of you, but it does have its drawbacks when spikes, saws, or lava pits are around. Reflexes are the name of the game, here - you have to assess each level quickly and get to dashing if you want to complete all 120 rooms spread out over four temples in good time.


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Weekday Escape

DoraFeature to take your tiiiiiiiiime, new games every weeeeeeeeeeek, lock you in a room, escape'll chase away your gloom, Wednesday has what you seeeeeeeeeek. ... well, I never told you I was Howard Ashman. I'm just one woman working in her jammies, trying to do what she can for the greater good, which in this case is serve up your Weekday Escape! This week: cuddly little yellow peeps hiding in a relaxing garden, a house that takes its teddy bear security very seriously, and a return to one of the most perplexing (and distressing... where's all the food?!) dining rooms around.


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Tough Love Machine

Satori'Do you recall the first time we ever met, darling? Was it... fate that brought us together? Kismet, perhaps?' 'Nope. It was those giant mechanical novelty hands shoving us into each other.' '...How strange. I don't remember those at all!' In Andrew Morrish's new physics puzzle designed for Ludum Dare, you're just a love machine. A Tough Love Machine. Literally! Well-armed with cartoonish pair of mechanical gloved hands, your objective is to join true love in the form of two hearts by pushing and sliding them around levels that are, er, also you... to bring them both together in a wave of profoundly amorous synchronicity. Or to light up the entire level in an exciting disco-floor suffusion of color. You know. Whichever.


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harvest-defender

Lori.hPoor Goblin Lord. He tried turning over a new leaf. He stopped trying to devour human flesh and chose a healthier lifestyle. One that would be good for his heart instead of the artery clogging innocents he usually devoured... so he started a vegetable garden. The only problem is he doesn't have a green thumb. In fact just the opposite. His neighbor, however, has the best looking carrots all around, and in a rage of jealous fury, or perhaps he was just "hangry", he sends his horde after the delectable veggies. But there was something else he didn't count on... this little rabbit farmer has a gun. Yes, in Harvest Defender you play as the swift rabbit shooting down goblin after goblin to keep them away from your growing plants. Obviously inspired by Plants vs. Zombies, Ottomoto's defense action game has plenty of guns and allies you can upgrade to keep your food safe. Be warned however. While you can replay the level, as soon as you move on, there is no going back. With no way to farm gold you have to be smart about your purchases. Some find grinding a boring weight on the gameplay, but Harvest Defender shows that without it you have to really think twice before you make a purchase.


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Ruffian!

Broken Pixel's Ruffian! is all about being the no-gooding-est baddie around while doing the least amount of work possible, which is to say it's a puzzle game where a single well-placed bullet can ricochet around each level to take out all your hapless, helpless victims. Just use your mouse to aim and fire, you no-goodnik, using the dotted line trajectory to help plan where your bullet will go, and hopefully where it'll end up, and remember... spare no-one, not even the women and children! It's the sort of thing we've seen before in games like Ricochet Kills, but Ruffian! focuses on aiming and pulling off some pretty impressive trick shots, and with only a handful of bullets in each stage, things get tricky in a hurry. A lot of the game's appeal comes from its fantastic old-timey presentation, with its highly stylized visuals and attention to detail in everything from the sound-effects to the way they're represented graphically. While the gameplay doesn't really offer any surprises after a handful of levels, Ruffians! emphasizes going for the gold by offering up a slew of challenging achievements, such as completing certain levels in a specific number of shots. It's a fun facelift for a familiar formula, and one pulled off with style and flair. Not that you'd appreciate such things, you ruffian, you.

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Newton's Law

In Justwo's physics-driven shooter Newton's Law, you may only be a space mall cop, but you're the space mall's only space hope when space criminals fill it full of space dangers, trap the space civilians, and turn off the gravity... in space. You've got to get to the third floor, but since you're floating around, you need to fire your (space) gun by aiming and clicking the (normal, boring) mouse to use it to propel you where you want to go. Use the [spacebar] to free trapped civilians and open doors, and blast enemy robots along the way. If you die, or, well, when you die, don't despair... not only will you be taken back to the security room where you can upgrade your pistol using gears from rescues and kills, but you'll face a new randomized set of levels when you leave. Newton's Law is actually a neat little idea, with the shuffled stages doing a lot to alleviate some of the grind, but it is still a grind, and suffers from a lack of in-game explanation on some of the aspects, to say nothing of the way some players are going to find the movement hard to get used to in a setting where you still have to be able to react and maneuver quickly at times. Still, Newton's Law has such a great style and sense of charm, both in its bright visual style and bouncy soundtrack, and its clever concept is one we hope gets more fleshing out in the future. ... the space future. In space. ... spaaaaaaaaaaace!

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Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow

When you need a little sunshine in your day, Funkyland's escape games can always be counted on, with their bouncy soundtracks and eye-poppingly cheerful design. In Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow, because you can leave this kitschy kitchen, you need to find seven payapas... some of them are simply tucked in odd places, while others are locked away behind puzzles. There's no changing cursor, so you'll want to click on everything to make sure you don't miss something you can interact with, though this game is definitely of the short and sweet variety. There's just something about Funkyland's Fruit Kitchens games that makes you want to twirl around with some cartoon birds while you make a batch of cookies (or garlic bread, because let's face it, savory is better), and Papaya Yellow's biggest difficulty is likely to be simply missing a hotspot or two given its colourfully cluttered design, though you may need to give your thinker a light shake to wake it up. Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow is as sunny and happy as you'd hope, and a lovely way to spend a few minutes.

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