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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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3.43

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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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4.05

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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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Strikeforce Kitty: Last Stand The foxes may have been beaten, but when they recruit the racoons for one final siege against your kitten kingdom, will you be able to beat them back? The popular and addictive... The foxes may have been beaten, but when they recruit the racoons for one final siege against your kitten kingdom, will you be able to beat them back? The popular and addictive series that's stuffed with pop culture references makes a return, but this time, it's all about defending the castle. [Read Review]

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3.47

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Call of Spring Humanity's last hope eats nuts in this cute and surprisingly difficult "bullet heck" platforming shooter, where you play a squirrel leaping, dodging, nabbing upgrades, and duki... Humanity's last hope eats nuts in this cute and surprisingly difficult "bullet heck" platforming shooter, where you play a squirrel leaping, dodging, nabbing upgrades, and duking it out against alien foes! [Read Review]

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Bear in Super Action Adventure Bears aren't all about picnic baskets... sometimes they save the world, too! Especially when there are aliens and giant bees on the loose. Nab up your rocket pack and laser gun... Bears aren't all about picnic baskets... sometimes they save the world, too! Especially when there are aliens and giant bees on the loose. Nab up your rocket pack and laser gun and blast your way through increasingly challenging levels, upgrading yourself along the way! [Read Review]

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GemCraft: Chasing Shadows Game in a Bottle's wildly popular and addictive strategic tower defense game is back and bigger than ever, with more maps, abilities, and upgrades! Place towers that run on mag... Game in a Bottle's wildly popular and addictive strategic tower defense game is back and bigger than ever, with more maps, abilities, and upgrades! Place towers that run on magic gems to defend against the creatures that come, fusing gems to create powerful new hybrids, spells, and more! [Read Review]

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3.33

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Gnome Go Home It's time for these gnomes to get home... except... something happened to the paths, and now instead of leading straight to their front doors in this cute puzzle game, they lea... It's time for these gnomes to get home... except... something happened to the paths, and now instead of leading straight to their front doors in this cute puzzle game, they lead them through danger! Make safe paths that avoid hazards and gather stars to get these gnomes where they belong! [Read Review]

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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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Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy

You know that old saying, "What gets built up, must be smashed down again with a series of projectiles designed to inflict as much carnage as possible"? That's what WarSpark's physics puzzle series Sieger is all about, and with Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy, you're taking the destruction to ancient history as you lay waste to 32 castles from the past 2500 years. In each level, just click to lob one of your limited projectiles where your mouse is pointing... try to hit structural points that will make the castle collapse with fewer shots, and take out all the enemy soldiers, who are pretty content to stand around placidly while you lob cannonballs at their wobbly structures. Sieger as a series has been around for above five years now, proving that people love a good violent castle toppling, and with each level using different building materials so every shot counts, you'll need to think instead of just blasting away willy-nilly. Sieger: Rebuilt to Destroy doesn't really reinvent the wheel it's been riding around on, but it serves up all the destructive carnage fans have come to expect, with a level editor to boot.

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Rating: 4.6/5 (119 votes)
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there-is-no-game

Lori.hThis is not a review for a game. ...Oh, uh are you still reading this? I'm telling you THERE IS NO GAME. And Kamizoto didn't make this point-and-click puzzle game. I mean, he would have if it were a game. And he would have probably made it for the Deceptionjam too. But it's not. A game that is. If it was, it would be a great twist on gaming by breaking the forth wall like in the highly rated game Humbug. It would also have you chuckling at the humor and scratching your head as to how to actually find the game, as well as appreciating the innovation for this fresh, unique play. But according to the narrator, THERE IS NO GAME, isn't a game. So go away. Oh and it isn't anything to enjoy so don't even try. But I can see a rebel like you is going to want to prove the all-empowering voice wrong and fight against the machine, like you did in The Stanley Parable, then I guess you could read my next paragraph. You know, if there actually was a next paragraph.


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Her Story

DoraBilled as an interactive narrative, indie mystery sim Her Story, also available for iPad and iPhone, by Sam Barlow, stars actress and musician Viva Seifert as a woman whose husband has gone missing. She was interviewed on tape seven times about his disappearance, and you have it all at your fingertips in clips cataloged in a searchable police database. Just type in your search terms, hit enter, and the computer will pull up all the relevant clips that contain the words you've chosen, or those that have been tagged by you. The directions are minimal, instructions on how to operate the machine in front of you, and the clips you'll pull up are mostly out of order, leaving you to figure out what to search for, in any combination, as you watch clips and piece together the truth. As you search through clips and listen, you'll want to take notes of your own (yes, children, actual, physical notes) of everything from relevant or suspicious dates, peoples, events, and places. But what's relevant and what isn't? Is her casual admission of where she went one evening worth digging into or just a red herring? Does the slight smirk she gives when she mentions someone's name mean something? Her Story unfolds in front of you as you dig deeper, and if you love a good mystery and appreciate a finely crafted tale, you won't want to put it down.


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Find the Escape-Men Part 157: At the Wedding

Find the Escape-Men Part 157: At the Wedding re-enacts that scene from that old movie. Which old movie? Practically any romantic comedy made prior to the 2000's. You know the one... the bride is stepping up to the altar, but someone is racing to try to stop the wedding? Well, in this escape game from no1game, that someone is you... but are you really there to bring the ceremony to a halt? Or do you just wanna, y'know, find ten little green dudes scattered around the room? Yeah, that's what I thought. Click to interact with items, occasionally multiple times, but whatever you do, don't blink, because this is a short one, with more of an emphasis on gathering up our little lime coloured bros than anything else. The ending is actually... perplexingly moody, but if you want an escape that's fast and dramatic, toss some rice around, or smash a glass, or whatever gets you in the mood, and fire this one up.

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Link Dump Fridays

DoraFriend, you look a little stressed. The week has been unkind to you, or perhaps merely long, and nothing cures a case of the "Urrrrrrrrrrghs" quite like a pile of free online games with no connected themes, concepts, or genres whatsoever. Or at least, that's what I've been telling people so I can introduce myself as Doctor Dora. This week! A feline-tastic simulation designed to help you unwind, a date that goes nowhere near as well as it initially seems, a slow walk through the woods and your memories, and an elemental puzzle game where a unicorn is just a click away.


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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box

DoraThe year is 1969, and you don't know where you are... well, apart from being in a box with a fish, an egg, and a bunch of other random items in Rusty Lake's Cube Escape: Harvey's Box, also free for iOS and Android, and you'd better believe it's as surreal as Seasons, The Lake, and Arles. As usual, click on things to interact with them, and use the small arrows at the edges of the screen to move around. The cursor won't change even if it passes over something you can use, so make sure you investigate everything, and, well, think outside the box a little. Or maybe a lot. The Cube Escape series has never so much been known for holding the player's hand as shoving them bodily in, and Harvey's Box is no different. Not only are items and secrets strewn everywhere, but their uses and solutions will need some creative thought... and perhaps a bit of musical inclination.


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missing-translation

Lori.hAfter trying to put up with insomnia for most of the night, you decide to go on a late night walk to hopefully help you sleep better. Instead, you are sucked into a different alien world and have to find the parts of the machine that brought you there so you can get back... and hopefully get some more shut-eye before having to work the next day. AlPixel's free indie puzzle adventure game Missing Translation is a unique game, as not only are you figuring out the logic puzzles that will help reunite you with your bed, but also see if you can't figure out the native dialect. There are plenty of friendly people to attempt to talk to, and even a school that keeps its front door unlocked, but there are no stepping stones here to help you get a leg up. No cheat sheet, no easy cryptogram, just bizarre symbols you have to figure out the meaning of. If learning new languages isn't your thing, then the game can be completed without bothering with it, but if you want a challenge and a unique play, then you should also be aware that this game is also for Android devices as well (though not free), so you won't have to miss out, even on the go.


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Weekday Escape

DoraLook, I don't need a camel to tell me that it's Wednesday, because that's when all the good little boys, girls, and others are visited by the Weekday Escape fairy in the middle of the night! If you've been clever, and you know what to do when faced with a locked door, a screwdriver, and a cupcake fan, the fairy leaves you a trio of free escape games to make the middle of the week that much more bearable. This week, no1game's intrepid boy-child is apparently a lot closer to his kindergarten teacher than I was to mine (in her defense, I was a weird kid), Hottategoya takes you to a place that maybe needs to revisit the definition of "cafeteria", and Kumako wants you to make sure you're dressed up the way you like before you go outside.


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Tiny Treasure

In Alberto A. Braga's puzzle platformer Tiny Treasure, teamwork makes the dream work, especially when you're two little heroes who the world literally changes around. By using the [spacebar] to swap between each character, who are controlled identically with [WASD] or the [arrow] keys, certain parts of the landscape, specifically the coloured blocks that match whatever character you're controlling, will turn solid and allow you to walk on or climb them, while those corresponding to the other character are intangible. To get around, they'll need to work together, even standing on each other's shoulders to reach high places. It's a simple concept that's executed well here, if not necessarily with a significant amount of variety. Playing leapfrog/piggybacking makes up the bulk of the gameplay, and your progress is not saved, so even though the game is on the short side, you'll still need to finish it in one sitting. The latter half is actually a clever twist, if more stressful than the initial happy-go-lucky gameplay because you're working under a timer and need to re-think what are essentially double-sided puzzles in some places. The end result is a cute game that will quite literally fit into a coffee break, and while friendship might be magic, apparently it's also someone who's willing to let you stand on their head.

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Strikeforce Kitty: Last Stand

DoraIn Deqaf Studio's Strike Force Kitty and its sequel, the fox kingdom has been trying really really hard to overthrow the kitten kingdom, but all they've gotten is a sound beating for their trouble. Cats rule and dogs drool, after all. But in Strikeforce Kitty: Last Stand, which puts a defense-centric twist on things, the raccoons have been hired by the foxes, and things are getting serious... or at least as serious as a game about cuddly animals waging war while dressed as popular characters from anime, video games, and more can be. To play, click the attack button rapidly to have your cats hurl themselves at the enemy. Your cats' health is displayed above their heads, and if it runs out, they'll be escorted off the field by the paramedics and unable to fight for a while. Beat down a racoon, however, and you'll have a chance to earn whatever costume they were wearing, which you can in turn equip your kittens with, and often grants unique abilities and bonuses, such as a chance to block enemy attacks or heal your whole army. You'll need to defeat all waves of enemies in order to win, and on your side you also have special cats who will use their unique skills to help you when their timer bars are full. Use the fish dropped by enemies to upgrade them, or to enhance your castle!

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