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Ruthless Pandas The brown bear aliens are invading and the peaceful pandas don't stand a chance! Unless you, one very rough and tumble panda, are willing to help them. Draw with your cursor to... The brown bear aliens are invading and the peaceful pandas don't stand a chance! Unless you, one very rough and tumble panda, are willing to help them. Draw with your cursor to guide missiles and hoover up gems to upgrade your air tank and get farther in this quirky action game. [Read Review]

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4.57

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Cube Escape: The Lake A lonely fishing cabin on a quiet, idyllic lake is the setting for this unexpectedly unsettling escape game from Rusty Lake, also free for iOS and Android and connected with Cu... A lonely fishing cabin on a quiet, idyllic lake is the setting for this unexpectedly unsettling escape game from Rusty Lake, also free for iOS and Android and connected with Cube Escape: Seasons. Click around to explore and maybe cast a few lines, but beware... you might not like what you find. [Read Review]

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3.76

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Sum Points Make the target number reduce itself to zero by placing subtractions that affect it either horizontally and vertically or diagonally nearby in this simple, elegant puzzle game ... Make the target number reduce itself to zero by placing subtractions that affect it either horizontally and vertically or diagonally nearby in this simple, elegant puzzle game of math from Elio Landa. [Read Review]

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Monkey GO Happy Treasure The monkeys are back for a hefty 15 levels of point-and-click puzzle goodness from Pencil Kids! Can you solve each stage's conundrum and figure out how to put smiles on these s... The monkeys are back for a hefty 15 levels of point-and-click puzzle goodness from Pencil Kids! Can you solve each stage's conundrum and figure out how to put smiles on these sulky simians' faces? [Read Review]

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4.03

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Turn Undead Sly your way through the forces of darkness... one turn at a time! In this unique game from Nitrome, platforming and undead slaying gets the turn-based puzzle treatment when th... Sly your way through the forces of darkness... one turn at a time! In this unique game from Nitrome, platforming and undead slaying gets the turn-based puzzle treatment when the enemies only move when you do! [Read Review]

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4.69

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Rubble Trouble Moscow Your favourite demolitionists are somewhere chilly in this installment of Nitrome's popular physics puzzle series. Place dynamite and all the other tools of your trade in the r... Your favourite demolitionists are somewhere chilly in this installment of Nitrome's popular physics puzzle series. Place dynamite and all the other tools of your trade in the right places to bring down strange structures and meet your quota! [Read Review]

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4.09

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Flue Nitrome proves big isn't always better with this itty-bitty turn-based puzzle game where you must guide your green gob of goo safely down a corridor filled with danger! [Read Review]

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3.60

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King's Escape Things get fancy in this escape game from Pine Studio, where you find yourself locked in a very hoity-toity room indeed. You'll need to hunt for items and solve puzzles if you ... Things get fancy in this escape game from Pine Studio, where you find yourself locked in a very hoity-toity room indeed. You'll need to hunt for items and solve puzzles if you want to get out. Also free for iOS and Android! [Read Review]

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Bubble Shooter Archibald the Pirate More about Bubble Shooter Archibald the Pirate coming soon... Watch this space! [Read Review]

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Ys Chronicles 1

DoraFalcom's Ys series of RPGs has been around since 1987, ported to a variety of platforms and multiple titles being remade or enhanced a dozen times over. Now, one of the first makes its way to Android and iOS with DotEmu's Ys Chronicles 1, an action RPG about a young man named Adol who washes ashore an isolated island and finds himself the only one who can save the world from the forces of evil thanks to his determination to seek out the ancient Books of Ys, and his incredibly ability to defeat enemies by smashing into them really, really fast. The game is played simply enough by moving your finger around the screen, with an on-screen directional pad appearing and following wherever you go. You can tap the pause icon or your inventory slots at the top of the screen to take you to the save or equipment menus, but everything else is handled by running into things. Bump into doors and they open. Run face-first into people to initiate a friendly chat. Barrel into an enemy from the sides like a shrieking ginger of fury to attack. If you attack an enemy head-on, you'll both take damage, so your goal is always to bash them from the rear or sides. Slain foes automatically grant you cash and experience, and gain enough of the latter and you'll level up, while the former can be used to purchase better equipment or consumables such as potions that restore your health. Ys Chronicles 1 is a fast-paced, easy to pick up but hard to put down very classic RPG that will feel like a warm, nostalgia-scented bath for fans and players looking for something casual.

Weekday Escape

elleSo another week has passed, another seven days have just whooshed into nonexistence, a mere memory that's now fading from thought even as we speak. Yet no need to harsh that chill. It's all good because we have another episode of Hump Day Hidden Object. Oh wait. That's not a thing apparently. I meant: Welcome back to Midweek Metroidvania. Yes! Awesome. What? No? Also not a thing? Well, shoot, someone going to help a girl out here? Because I've got a room full of folks waiting to hear what's happening and... Ah! Yes, this is just in. Apparently we've had a bit of a mix-up in the production room but all is well and good now, as they say. Yes, hello folks! Welcome back to another wonderful and not at all unplanned episode of the world's only, quite spectacular spectacle—yes, it is Weekday Escape, everyone! Can I get a round of applause? Oh, no, you're just staring at me, probably wondering what I'm getting on about. Alright then. Here it is: Three very fun escape games from the very talented game designing talents of FunkyLand and No1Game. I do hope you enjoy and please come around next week for more...


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Tetrobot and Co.

SatoriWhen we last left Tetrobot in Swing Swing Submarine's indie hit Blocks That Matter, he was navigating levels, mastering elements, solving puzzles and saving a couple of indie game developers. Fifteen years later on in Tetrobot and Co., also available for iOS and Android in addition to PC, Mac, and Linux, we find him a bit run-down and several of his memory chips fragmented into pieces. A savvy young Technobot repair technician named Maya is ready to sort all this out and get our Tetrobot (among plenty of others) restored back to full working order again, and as always the answer is more 'bots! She wires together the circuitry for an even smaller model, Psychobot, and sends our intrepid miniscule hero into Tetrobot's hardware to clear out the obstruction and reassemble his memory chips. If you haven't played the original, the sequel features more inimitable puzzle-y goodness with elements some have likened to games as diverse as Tetris, Minecraft, Dig Dug and Boulder Dash with a fascinating style all its own.


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Ruthless Pandas

Alexey Davydov, Sergei Marchenko, Denis Vasilev, and Alexandr Ahura prove you can't keep a good bear down. Or, uh. A bad bear when there are badder bears invading your planet. In quirky upgrade-centric shooter Ruthless Pandas, the brown bear aliens are invading, and you, a very hardcore Snake Plissken-sy type panda, have gotten a pardon from prison to bring them down the only way you know how... in a giant floating missile-equipped death machine! To play, just use your mouse to click on the missiles when they're charged and draw a path to your targets. Click the button on the side of the ship to vacuum up any of the red gems dropped by destroyed enemies and use them when you're destroyed to upgrade and enhance your ship with new abilities and better statistics. Ruthless Pandas is actually a little bit more like an endless runner or launch game in the emphasis it places on grinding to get farther, which means not every player will enjoy its fail-til-you-succeed style gameplay. If you don't mind a bit of an uphill struggle, however, Ruthless Panda's silly premise and clever twist on the formula is a neat idea that's fun to play around with.

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Find the Escape-Men Part 148: In the Park Part 2

When we last left our heroine, she had just finished a fruitless search of half the park, looking for her mother's expensive pendant that was lost when she snuck it out to wear. No in no1game's point-and-click puzzle game Find the Escape-Men Part 148: In the Park Part 2, you'll need to search the rest of the area and hopefully find the pendant before dark, when you'll get in trouble for sure!... oh, and you'll need to find the ten hidden green Escape-Men too, of course! Just click to interact and move around the map, and click the question mark beneath items you're carrying to view and interact with them up close. As with the first half of this game, some of the places you'll see on the map just won't be available, though this time it's because they've already been searched. It goes without saying that finding the pendant is going to involve more than simply asking around or looking under playground equipment, and there's a variety of puzzles both logical and strange, often made even stranger by the lack of a changing cursor, so sometimes being stuck is less about not knowing what to do and more a matter of something being hidden in an odd place. Still, no matter who you are or where you come from, we've all been in this situation before... messing up as a kid, especially when you were doing something you know you weren't supposed to, and trying to fix it before anyone finds out, is a rite of passage. Though... typically for most of us it involves less gold teeth, nets, and tiny green dudes. At least, I hope.

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kobayanshi Marooned

Lori.h[Note: This game is available in Pay What You Want format, including free. If you enjoy this game, please support the developer who made it by paying them what you think is fair!]

Now is your final chance, Space Cadet, to become the space hero you've always wanted to be. All you have to do is pass the Captain's test and impress the most daring, heroic, and critical instructor in all the known galaxy, Captain Dirk Parsec. Kobayanshi Marooned, available in Pay What You Want format by Phil Hornshaw and Nick Hurwitch, is a sci-fi interactive fiction adventure that will have you attempting to pass the hardest test known to man to prove that you would be the phenomenal Star Captain you secretly always knew you would be. Well, more that likely what will happen in this Twine game, is you finding one horrific death after another while you laugh, because even though some of these deaths are quite gruesome they are spectacularly told in some of the most humorous ways, with nearly 30,000 words and 26 different endings, this is one space adventure you won't be forgetting any time soon.


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Terra Chroma


SatoriAs we go about our busy lives we don't always have reason to stop and appreciate the constant things we rely on that make those lives possible. Gravity, for instance. Without it we'd all be flung off into space, and that's just the sort of thing that would put a damper on all our important posting activities on the social networks. In Mobius Digital's new puzzle roleplaying game for iOS and Android Terra Chroma, the people in the land of Sunyata have to think about it. The fundamental mystic elemental forces that hold their world together have come unglued and are now tearing it apart. Blue water Eidolons roam the frozen tundra of Fraust, melting the land away into ocean. Harsh light plays balefully across desert wastes of Dekku, fusing them into unpassable labyrinths of yellow glass. Green earth Eidolons wander across the gentle verdant plains, turning them into savage lands choked thick with brambles. Red volcanic Eidolons pour a trail of molten lava wantonly across Kabuzan. Something has put the metaphysical energies behind the Eidolons out of alignment and naturally ['unnaturally,'] tourism is at a bit of a low point. Fortunately there are the Alchromists, scholars of the underlying metaphysical forces with the ability to bring the elements back into alignment, which is absolutely great news if you happen to own property in Sunyata. By tracing tetrominos, those four-square shape patterns we all remember from Tetris, over the landscape, water can be frozen back into tundra for example and the terrain can resume its regularly-scheduled programming.


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Cube Escape: Seasons

Cube Escape: The Lake

Dora[Note: Please be warned that these games contain content some may find disturbing.]

Things aren't what they seem in Rusty Lake's deceptively serene and surreal escape game Cube Escape: Seasons, also free for iOS and Android, and the start of a new series alongside Cube Escape: The Lake. In Seasons, you'll take a trip through your memories in a small, quiet house that holds a lot more secrets than you expect. In The Lake, the water is calm outside your little fishing hut, which doesn't seem to have very much in it apart from some old cabinets, a fishing rod... and a knife. Click around to interact and pick things up, though be warned that the cursor won't change if it passes over something you can use, so you'll need to be diligent. Items with a magnifying glass in your inventory can be clicked to view close up, while others can be used where you like by clicking them once to pick them up, and then again wherever you want to try to use them. Some items can be used more than once... occasionally in the same fashion. The small arrows at the edges of the screen will let you move and look around the room, and the white arrows on the right side of the screen will let you scroll up and down through your inventory. You may want to play Seasons first, as there's something you can find (and make a note of) there that will change the ending of The Lake.


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ananias

Lori.hReady for a new dungeon crawl? Slashwear Interactive greets us with Ananias, a fantasy turn based rogue-like game with randomly generated maps. This game is so great they wanted to make sure it reached as many people as possible, so not only is there a free download version (as well as a premium one with extra classes) but a mobile app for Android (iPhone coming soon!) for people who don't want to play in their browser, and even an online version that you can play with friends. Once you try Ananias you'll be happy for so much choice on how to play. This adventure doesn't start off with a story or full instructions but it's not hard to figure out. Click to move to that location, or to hurry through an area without an enemy click on an arrow and you'll zip through to the other side. You also get to pick a companion in the beginning, such as a dire wolf, a lynx, or a gray little pony that helps you carry more but can still give a good jab here and there. Upgrade yourself when you pass each level, collect statues for your collection, and above all, slaughter the monsters and get the treasure.


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Sum Points

Elio Landa is rapidly becoming the name to look for if you like simple, elegant puzzle games, and Sum Points is all about subtraction-based math with a seriously swanky style. The goal is to get your target number to reduce all the way to zero by placing different coloured subtraction amounts on the grid around it. Blue sums impact everything in a diagonal line from their location, while red sums affect numbers horizontally and vertically from where you place them. It's important to note that sums will impact all numbers in a line, not just the first one their power encounters. You can see the sums you have available for each level at the bottom of the screen, and next to that is the undo button if you make any mistakes. Not that you would, you mathematical genius, you. Sum Point doesn't really offer a whole lot of variety to its gameplay, and focuses on making each level a neat little brain teaser, though it takes a while for it to have any sort of difficulty thanks to what might be a prolonged series of levels with training wheels on. With a soundtrack that makes it sound like you should be solving these while kicked back on a tropical island somewhere, Sum Points is a straightforward and casual experience for puzzle fans to relax with.

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Weekend Download

DoraI don't know about you fine and fancy folks, but where I am, the sun is shining, there's a beautiful breeze blowing, and my hair looks extra cute. Which means it's time to close the windows, ignore all our social calls, and play free indie games in our pajamas. For our three courses this week, we have a visual novel where you may not even be able to trust yourself, an RPG adventure about a world of dolls where not everything is sunshine and smiles, and a platformer where the only source of light you have comes from your very limited weaponry.


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Top Chef

Dora[Note: This game was originally reviewed in December of 2008, but while thinking on the best casual games I've ever played, I immediately thought of this one, and wanted to spotlight it again. Enjoy this Flashback Friday, my fellow foodies.]

The world of professional cooking is ugly, friends. Forget your Martha Stewarts, your Rachel Rays, your semi-homemade with matching-table-decor. It's hard, it's hot, and it is really, really competitive. Top Chef is based on Bravo Channel's reality program of the same name, which takes a batch of fifteen confident up-and-coming chefs and eliminates them through a series of culinary challenges each week until only one remains. The game puts you in the shoes of one such aspiring chef and, with your help, she's going to chop, saute, and julienne her way to the top through fifteen episodes and a whopping forty-five challenges. Along the way she'll have to deal with sneaky behavior, backstabbing, and some furious competition, but trust me; that's the easy part about being a Top Chef in this charming and creative time management sim.


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Neko Atsume

In Hit-Point's super simple sim, the Japanese-only (but perfectly playable without being able to read the lingo!) Neko Atsume, free for iOS and Android, is all about cats. You put food out in your backyard, along with some toys (and since they're cats, "toys" can also mean "boxes and bags"), and cats come to play with them. You watch the cats relaxing or playing. You take photos of the cats. The cats, when they leave, leave you some fish in return for their fun and food, which can be then spent on buying more enhancements for the play area. If you're lucky, they'll leave golden fish, which can be spent on expanding the area or even better items, though if you're impatient you can buy more golden fish for optional in-app purchases. And that's it. It's essentially Sea Monkeys, only, you know, better because it's cats, and they have cute little cat bums. Though it is all in Japanese, a little experimentation with the buttons will help you figure things out quickly. There are different types and colours of cats, some who parody pop culture, and your goal is simply to see and entice as many as you can. All you need to do is check back in with the app periodically to refill their food dish, which is free, although different food types can be bought with fish, and snap new photos if you like, and after a cat has visited you enough to take a liking to you, they may leave you a special item trophy as an achievement. Neko Atsume isn't really something you "play" so much as it is a simple pocketful of virtual pets you check in on once in a while, and if you want something absolutely adorable and low key to put a smile on your face, this is definitely it.


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Monkey GO Happy Treasure

Pencilkids have been making players and monkeys smile with their Monkey GO Happy games for a whopping seven years now, and Monkey GO Happy Treasure is fifteen stages of "turn that frown upside-down" point-and-click puzzle-solving goodness. Each stage is its own unique conundrum, and it's up to you to figure out what will make your chosen monkey cheer up by clicking around to interact with things... not that hard to do since the cursor changes when it passes something over useable. If you've picked up an item, just drag it from your inventory to wherever you want to use it onscreen. The limited amount of things to click on in each stage means most of them will go by fairly quickly, but the variety of settings, characters, puzzles and more keeps the whole thing feeling fresh throughout. Crack a code in an ancient temple. Help a giant monster get rid of an annoying helicopter. Help a small child circumvent the safety measures on a roller coaster that are only in place because engineers know someone that size can't safely ride anyway. You know... the usual! It's cute, weird, and quirky... just the way we like it, and sure to please fans of the series.

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Link Dump Fridays

DoraWhat up, Friday friends? Whether you're kicking your weekend off now or are stuck sticking it out with the man until Saturday, Link Dump Friday is here to bring a little bit of electronic fun into your week. First I thought we'd hang out at this cabin, which totally doesn't have any unspeakable secrets in it or anything (when was the last time a cabin in the woods did you wrong?), then I figured we'd volunteer at this local clinic (even though I'm not too sure about some of those patients), and then... well, you'll see!

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