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4.20

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Nightflies 2 Who says bugs are gross? Clearly they've never experienced this lovely little physics puzzle, which has you leading colourful nightflies throughout each level to various lanter... Who says bugs are gross? Clearly they've never experienced this lovely little physics puzzle, which has you leading colourful nightflies throughout each level to various lanterns in order to shed a little brilliance around/ [Read Review]

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4.37

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Ribbitation You might have to explain the concept of "bells and whistles" to it, but this retro puzzle platform game about a frog who can't jump still manages to be challenging and simply ... You might have to explain the concept of "bells and whistles" to it, but this retro puzzle platform game about a frog who can't jump still manages to be challenging and simply satisfying to boot. [Read Review]

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4.00

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Last Invader One bot stands alone in this simple but addictive Unity-based arena shooter! Defend yourself against waves of robotic enemies, nabbing power-ups and spending points on upgrades... One bot stands alone in this simple but addictive Unity-based arena shooter! Defend yourself against waves of robotic enemies, nabbing power-ups and spending points on upgrades between levels as the action gets more intense! [Read Review]

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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box You find yourself in a box. There's not much else in it at first glance, aside from some seemingly random items and odd puzzles. But in this surreal escape game that continues ... You find yourself in a box. There's not much else in it at first glance, aside from some seemingly random items and odd puzzles. But in this surreal escape game that continues Rusty Lake's wildly popular Cube Escape series, nothing is as it seems. [Read Review]

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Monkey GO Happy Ninjas 3 It's getting chilly in this latest cute point-and-click puzzle adventure from PencilKids, and to once again make your monkey GO happy, you'll need to find all 70 tiny monkey ni... It's getting chilly in this latest cute point-and-click puzzle adventure from PencilKids, and to once again make your monkey GO happy, you'll need to find all 70 tiny monkey ninjas hidden throughout the snowy scenes! [Read Review]

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4.20

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Blocks 2 Matchmaker, matchmaker, match me some blocks! Gibton serves up more simple but satisfying match-3 puzzling as you move and drag beady-eyed blocks around the screen to match thr... Matchmaker, matchmaker, match me some blocks! Gibton serves up more simple but satisfying match-3 puzzling as you move and drag beady-eyed blocks around the screen to match three or more identical colours and remove them all in as few moves as possible. [Read Review]

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3.47

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Marrakesh Club While on vacation in lovely, sunny Morocco, your host at the local inn tells you about a club that'll give you the most fun you could ever hope for. But the bouncer won't let y... While on vacation in lovely, sunny Morocco, your host at the local inn tells you about a club that'll give you the most fun you could ever hope for. But the bouncer won't let you in unless you make him a cup of tea in this short point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games. [Read Review]

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Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy What's built up must be busted down in this return to the popular physics puzzle series where you must destroy castles with the tools available to you, all while leaving the ho... What's built up must be busted down in this return to the popular physics puzzle series where you must destroy castles with the tools available to you, all while leaving the hostages safe and sound... we hope! [Read Review]

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4.06

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Tiny Treasure It takes two, baby, and in this cute retro puzzle platformer, two friends have to work together if they want to find a great (though itty bitty) treasure. Easier said than done... It takes two, baby, and in this cute retro puzzle platformer, two friends have to work together if they want to find a great (though itty bitty) treasure. Easier said than done when different portions of the landscape turn solid or transparent depending on who you're controlling! [Read Review]

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TIS-100

Reader review[The following is a reader review by Michael, used with permission. Want to submit your own review for a game we haven't covered? Use our submission form!]

TIS-100 is an indie puzzle game from Zachtronics, the developer of Infinifactory, Ironclad Tactics and SpaceChem. You're given a literal manual for the titular computer, a "massively parallel computer architecture comprised of non-uniformly interconnected heterogeneous nodes", and tasked with using the information gleaned from that manual to not only properly code and complete puzzles as efficiently as possible, all under a very serious guise of realism, but also potentially discovering who really built the machine, and why. Anyone who played SpaceChem will notice similarities between that game and this latest effort, as they follow the same spirit of game design. If you enjoyed SpaceChem for its brain-bendingly difficult puzzles built on abstract thinking and planning, it's likely (with one caveat) that you'll appreciate TIS-100 for the same reasons. Both games center on analyzing a problem, conceptualizing and constructing a system to transform some given inputs into a desired output, then pressing "run" and standing back to watch your system either fulfill your desires perfectly or go completely awry. Sometimes it takes several complete restarts to find the solution, but the feeling of accomplishment when you finally achieve that output can be extremely rewarding. The player must program each node individually so that they cooperate to do tasks like multiply numbers or detect maximums within a sequence. The game manual is completely in-character: a PDF of a well-used copy of the strange computer's printed instruction manual, which offers very little hand-holding for the uninitiated, instead getting right down to business describing operating parameters and detailing the game's instruction set.


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Delicious: Emily's Home Sweet Home

StarchildWhen we last saw Emily, she had just said goodbye to her old restaurant and moved into a new home with her husband and daughter. Now it's time to settle into the neighbourhood and fix up the house while still trying to keep her business afloat. Emily is nothing if not a superb multitasker, but this might prove to be her greatest challenge to date. Join her in Delicious: Emily's Home Sweet Home, the latest episode in the highly successful time-management Delicious series by GameHouse, as she deals with six restaurants, a dilapidated home, and one particularly nasty neighbour.


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Nightflies 2

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There's nothing like a sultry summer night. The night air, just cool enough to be refreshing while still being warm enough to fall asleep in. The brilliant glow of the moon and stars. The gentle buzz of nighttime insects, using their superhuman (super-insectoid?) strength to carry giant boxes and colorful lanterns. Nightflies 2 is the sequel to Qribo's original 2012 puzzle game Nightflies, and just like it's predecessor, it's a super-chill ode to summer in physics-filled form. Your goal is to help the groovy, glowy nightflies carry the multicolored lanterns to the top of the screen. Just click on a lantern to send the bugs swarming towards it, and as long as three of the four flies make it to the bulb, they'll whisk it away. And if there's anything in their path? Click on the boxes, wheels, and other doodads to summon rope-bearing ladybugs to whisk the objects away! You can click and hold to aim the ladybugs and choose what direction they take off in, so make sure they steer clear and don't accidentally knock a lantern into a pit! That's all there is to it, but Nightflies 2 whips a lot of clever puzzles out of its simple foundations.


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Link Dump Fridays

DoraAnother week, another Friday. Did you celebrate Canada day this past Wednesday like I did, patriotically eating poutine while the national anthem plays? (Not kidding.) Will you be celebrating the Fourth of July on Saturday like I will, glaring resentfully outside at the sweltering sun and warring with your desire for fireworks and hotdogs versus air conditioning? (Also not kidding.) Whatever the case, friend, and even if you're celebrating nothing at all, let's celebrate this Friday with some free games! This week... a creepy interactive animation about judging the wrong sorts of people, an incremental game of robots and more that may make your finger fall off, a turn-based game where shoving is the solution, and a single-screen adventure where a fish is out to save his little world.


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Plants vs Zombies 2 Strategy Guide

To win at Popcap's popular free-to-play tower defense game for iOS and Android Plants vs Zombies 2 you need to use your braaaaaaaains, but even the wiliest gardener might find themselves between a rock and a hard place with so many levels. Want to bury the zombie horde without spending a cent of real money? We're here to help you with our strategy guide, provided by Stan, that will give you tips and tricks to get through each level! Hit on below for our best strategies, or share your own with other players in the comments!


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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box

Dora[Note: This game contains cartoon gore, with an option to disable SOME of it from the main menu.]

In tinyBuild's deceptively adorable indie puzzle game Divide by Sheep, for iPad and iPhone (with Android on the way!) as well as PC and Mac, things get dangerous when Death gets lonely. A kraken for a best friend is great, sure, but you know what? There are a lot of animals on Earth, and surely nobody would miss a few dozen of those to bring some comfort to the Grim Reaper, right? Unless you're the sheep, pigs, and wolves our skeleton friend wants to cuddle up with. Now thanks to death, the happy grasslands our woolly friends frolic in are flooding, and the incoming life rafts can only save so many! In each level, several rafts will show up, each with a specific weight limit... too many sheep and it'll sink! The problem is the sheep are all stranded on tiny islands in random groups, so you have to figure out how to combine them to get the maximum number of sheep per raft to save, or, well, how to sacrifice the ones you don't need for the greater good. Tap on an island and drag towards an adjacent land mass to move all sheep on it to where you've indicated. Each sheep needs a tile to stand on, and if there isn't one for it, well, it's into the water it goes. You need to figure out how to make best use of the available land to fill all three life rafts to maximum capacity... easier said than done, especially when hungry wolves, barbed wire, lasers, and more begin to be added to the mix! What can we say, Death is really lonely, and with 120 levels to solve across four worlds, he's also pretty persistent. And what do you think will happen when the other animals want to get out of the way of the rising water too? Or when Death gets tired of waiting?


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Ribbitation

Pixelulsar's retro puzzle platformer Ribbitation might not have even heard of bells and whistles, but it doesn't really need them to provide a tidy little experience either. Using [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move, you play a frog that can't jump, which makes reaching the flag at the end of each level full of girders and ladders a little more complicated. You (and objects you push) can also only fall straight down, so you need to figure out how to climb, fall, and shove crates to get where you want to go. Complicated? Not really, though it does introduce a few new obstacles as you go, such as locks and keys, and hazardous spikes, but Ribbitation doesn't need to pad itself with a lot of extra content to make an enjoyable little puzzle. And we do mean "little", since the game is only a dozen levels long, but while it lasts, Ribbitation is a solid retro title that's great for kicking your brain into gear.

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Last Invader

Chris Nordgren's Last Invader is an arena shooter about a topic that's near and dear to everyone's hearts... the inevitable robotic uprising. As a sort of single-gun weilding AT-AT, you stand alone against waves of enemy robots, with only a rockin' soundtrack and a ton of heavy weaponry on your side. Using [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move, swapping between your two weapons with [Q], with the [spacebar] to give a short, speedy leap out of harm's way, and the mouse to aim and shoot, you'll mow down increasingly aggressive and bigger foes, automatically earning scrap that's added to your score with each KO. Between waves, that scrap is used both to repair your 'bot, and increase the power of the various weapons you can swap out by picking them up when they're dropped by blasted enemies. Get an egg bomb? Deploy it with [F] for a huge area attack, but they're not that common, so save them for sticky situations! While its gameplay may be straightforward, Last Invader offers a few twists, like waves that force you to use a specific weapon, and provides frantic top-down action that'll keep you in tip-top shape for when the metallic overlords arrive to take your skin.

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Monkey GO Happy Ninjas 3

Everyone's favourite simpering simians are back, along with their massive brood of mini-monkeys, in PencilKids' point-and-click puzzler Monkey GO Happy Ninjas 3, where, as you might surmise, the only way to make our Monkey GO Happy is to find the seventy tiny ninjas hidden throughout the game. Lest you think this sounds like an impossible task, it helps to know that these ninjas aren't exactly good at the stealthy bits of ninja-ry, and so not only is every scene you can visit absolutely heaving with them, but your cursor will change when it passes over something you can interact with (like, say, a ninja hiding behind something), so you know what to click on. As usual, standing in your way of covering yourself in dozens of tiny monkeys (what else are you going to use them for?) are puzzles. Some of them simply require using the right item in the right place, while others have clues to their solutions hidden in the scenery throughout the game. By now, Pencil Kids has the art of monkey gathering down to a fine science, and Monkey GO Happy Ninjas 3 is surprisingly robust compared to more recent entries into the series, with more locations, puzzles, and gameplay. So what are you waiting for? Get huntin'!

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Weekday Escape

DoraI keep telling myself that one day, I'm going to make an escape game of my own for you guys to show you how much I love you. And it's going to have amazing puzzles. And augmented reality. And a unique soundtrack. And consultation by Idris Elba, because Idris Elba. And then I remember that I wore my Cthulhu slippers to get the mail today because my sandals were on the other side of the room and thus "too far" away, and I figure that sort of motivation is a long way off. But on this edition of Weekday Escape, you've got some feline freedom to attend to from Vitamin Hana, the world's most complex cobbler's house from MayMay, and a makeup routine from Funkyland that would probably be a lot simpler if you stopped hiding things all over the place and just invested in a makeup bag like the rest of us. So it's all good!


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Beast Bound

DoraIn JB Gaming's RPG adventure Beast Bound, free for iOS and Android, you and your sassy floating cat-panion Cappi have been struggling to get by as monster hunters on the island of Manaden, but you don't exactly have the best reputation, so the bills (and pizza boxes) have been piling up, not to mention you're constantly being shown up by the rude (and incompetent) local hero Sky and his "friends". You manage to pick up some work clearing low level beasties for a local farmer when you stumble across a strange contraption that seems to be pumping mana straight out of the earth, and a strange folder inside it you can't manage to open. What are the chances you've just stumbled across a threat to the world that you'll have to stop, d'you suppose? You'll explore the island finding treasure and duking it out with monsters in a vaguely Super Mario RPG-esque turn-based battle system. Back at your cramped and dirty headquarters, you can decorate, clean up, craft potions and more. With simple to master gameplay and a beautiful style housing wonderfully funny dialogue, Beast Bound is a light-hearted and nostalgic RPG adventure for just about anyone, despite some rough edges.


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Blocks 2

If Gibton's Blocks was perfectly pleasant, simple, match-3 puzzling, then it should cheer you to know that Blocks 2 is more of the same. Your goal? Remove all your googly-eyed blocks from the screen by clicking and dragging them around to make matches of identical colours either horizontally or vertically, which removes them from the screen, and do so in as few moves as possible for a perfect score. Complicated? Not really. Bells and whistles? Not even a little. Blocks 2 plays it straight and focuses on making its levels as neatly constructed as possible, so figuring out how to complete them in as few moves as you can is pretty darned satisfying. If you already played the first game, then Blocks 2 is either going to be a welcome pack of puzzles for you to kick back with, or too far into "more of the same" territory if you weren't already wooed by its pleasantly simple gameplay. Blocks 2 knows what it does, and it does it well, with a cute presentation and a ton of levels to keep you puzzling all afternoon.

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Marrakesh Club

While on vacation in sunny Morocco, Joeseph is looking to have a little fun after an eleven hour flight, and the hotel owner recommends the Marrakesh Club. (Or the more accurate "Marrakech", as it's referred to some places in game but not others, but I digress... ) Unfortunately, the bouncer isn't about to let Joeseph in unless he can make a proper cup of tea, and since this is a Carmel Games point-and-click adventure game, that means you're going to have to hunt around the city for ingredients, solve puzzles, and help the locals out. Just use your map to travel to different locations, and click on items when your cursor changes to show you can interact with them. Don't forget to try combining items in your inventory if you get stuck! Unlike Skip Around the World: Finland, Marrakesh Club doesn't really do much to showcase any sort of local culture or history, which is a shame since it would be such a great location for it. There are only a few real puzzles, and on the whole it's a lot more logical than some of Carmel Games' previous titles have been, making it a simple and appealingly silly little game to break up your day.

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Red Oz Episode 1

Dora[Warning: Players should be aware this game deals with themes some may find upsetting.]

Hyptosis puts a more macabre spin on the classic tale of ruby slippers and witch murder with Red Oz Episode 1, the first installment of a new point-and-click adventure series. As the game opens, you're awoken by a crash in your dark house, and set out to investigate, though it quickly becomes apparent that something is seriously wrong. Things are missing, cryptic messages scrawled on the walls and pieces of paper means you don't think you're alone, and, well, have you looked outside the windows lately? Click to interact with objects, watching for any text displayed in the box above your inventory at the bottom of the screen, and use the red arrows to move around the area. Click an item in your inventory to "equip" it for use. Oh, and it is possible to meet an untimely end in this game if you aren't fast enough when a threat appears, but choosing "load game" will just allow you to keep playing. Ready? Set?... JUMPSCARE!


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Café Memoria

DoraPixælSoft's free indie visual novel Café Memoria stars a young man named Ryne, who heads out for a bite to eat one day and is surprised to see one of his good friends working there as a waitress. Which one? Well, in the beginning, only nervous and shy Anna, but as you play, you'll unlock more routes with other characters. For romance? Well, possibly, but more than anything, Café Memoria is a lighthearted, sweet and simple slice-of-life game that's a good fit for anyone looking for a visual novel without any drama. To play, just click to select the choice you like when given options. Most of your decisions here are simply choosing what you want from the menu whenever prompted, and then deciding how your waitress did at the end. Like most restaurants, Café Memoria slips you a comment card at the end, and the way you choose to rate your service will leave an impression on your waitress. Though largely linear and not as full of branching choices as it seems, and some spicy profanity from a few characters means it might not be for everyone, Café Memoria is still a cheerful visual novel with a lot of polish that'll bring some sunshine to your day.

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