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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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4.12

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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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4.51

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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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3.75

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Newton's Law You're the best space rent-a-cop the space mall has got, and you're also its only hope when criminals invade, taking people hostage and shutting off the gravity! Use your gun t... You're the best space rent-a-cop the space mall has got, and you're also its only hope when criminals invade, taking people hostage and shutting off the gravity! Use your gun to propel yourself through the air, saving people and blasting bots, through randomly shuffled levels to save the day. [Read Review]

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2.39

Doodle God Blitz JoyBits brings the most updated version of their free-to-play mobile spin on the wildly popular puzzle series where you create the world by combining elements to your browser. ... JoyBits brings the most updated version of their free-to-play mobile spin on the wildly popular puzzle series where you create the world by combining elements to your browser. Gorgeous visuals and fun gameplay await, though be aware that it does contain ads and optional in-game purchases that both benefit the developer. [Read Review]

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4.36

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BLOCnog Not every block is created equal in this clever Sokoban-esque puzzle game, but you'll need to use them all to get yourself the right size to fight in the target of each area, s... Not every block is created equal in this clever Sokoban-esque puzzle game, but you'll need to use them all to get yourself the right size to fight in the target of each area, sticking to some, carving away with others, and more. [Read Review]

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3.36

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Bouncy and Monsto Bouncy loves stars, which is a problem when they separate him from his burly buddy Monsto. Help them get reunited by manipulating the environment in this cheery, kid-friendly p... Bouncy loves stars, which is a problem when they separate him from his burly buddy Monsto. Help them get reunited by manipulating the environment in this cheery, kid-friendly physics puzzle game from Crayon Hero. [Read Review]

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3.36

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Fun in the Sun Andrew's got a big problem. Unless he can come up with five grand, the island council has voted to shut down his inn... oh, and toss him in a volcano, too, because that's total... Andrew's got a big problem. Unless he can come up with five grand, the island council has voted to shut down his inn... oh, and toss him in a volcano, too, because that's totally a thing they do on islands. Help him find the cash in this silly point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games! [Read Review]

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3.57

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Indefinite Subjected to a rapid-fire interrogation of questions after a catastrophic event, how long can you last when you only have so long to respond, and if you contradict yourself eve... Subjected to a rapid-fire interrogation of questions after a catastrophic event, how long can you last when you only have so long to respond, and if you contradict yourself even once it's game over? Perform as best you can to learn more, and get an end game report that details more about the world you're in based on your responses. [Read Review]

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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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Don't Escape 3

DoraIf you like point-and-click horror adventures, ScriptWelder's is a name that should make you a little twitterpated, especially given how Don't Escape and Don't Escape 2 turned a popular genre on its head. Instead of trying to find a way out of a place, you're trying to find a way to keep yourself securely in, and in grand babel fish tradition, that's a lot harder than it sounds. So when, in Don't Escape 3, you wake up with a pounding headache aboard a starship, in the airlock, with flashing warning lights and the computer counting down to... something... you know you're in trouble. Right off the bat, you have to think on your feet, and things only get more complicated when you begin exploring the ship. Your cursor changes when it passes over things you can click on to interact with, and moving it to the top of the screen will cause your inventory to drop down. To combine items you're carrying, click first one object, and then another, and if the combo is valid, it'll automatically combine. The mood is tense. Ominous. Almost predatory. And you don't have a lot of time, since the ship only has enough air left for an hour... but even with a distress call activated, you're not in the clear, since the ship is detecting an intruder. But don't worry. Nothing bad ever happens in space.


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Splendor

ArtbegottiIf you want to build the greatest gem trade empire, you've got to hire the best gem collectors, network the best gem shippers, and attract the richest gem enthusiasts. As luck would have it though, they all want to be paid for their services... in gems. In Splendor, the mobile port of the strategy board game by Space Cowboys, gems beget gems, and you've got to get to them first. Gems taken from the supply are used to buy your workers who provide more gems for you to use, but you've got to prevent your rivals from doing the same!


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Doodle God Blitz

[Note: Please be aware that this game contains optional purchases for real cash, as well as intermittent, random ads. Both of these benefit the developer, and JayisGames takes no profit from either element.]

Also free for iOS and Android, Doodle God Blitz is a browser port of JoyBits' newest free-to-play spin on the classic Doodle God game formula, and a flashier (and timer-y-er) version of their Doodle God 2 online game. The premise is still the same... as the preeminent doodle deity, your job in this puzzle game is to create things by combining elements. Fire and Earth make lava, for instance, but how do you suppose one goes about making Ice Cream? Warriors? Fireworks? See, whenever you make a new "element", it gets added to the pool to be combined with others, and there are tons to unlock and use. Unlike the original Doodle God, however, Doodle God Blitz uses several different currencies and timers... while you can play it without paying a cent, especially if you complete the quests to gain more energy (in which case our Doodle God walkthrough may help!), it means a lot of waiting around. Every successful match you make costs you one point of energy, which regenerates at a slow pace, or you can use the Mana you earn to purchase more immediately (as well as hints) if you don't want to spend real cash. None of this is news to you if you've checked out the mobile versions, which this is identical to, but it's a little jarring to see it in your browser, and the ads can be frustratingly interruptive, so caveat emptor. Doodle God Blitz is still a gorgeous game with a great premise, and watching the world get filled in as you play is a lovely touch, so if you've been craving more of that doodlin', it's worth a look.

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Download on the AppstoreDoodle God Free (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

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Thanks to CyberJar88 for sending this one in!


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Blocnog

AllyDon't be fooled by names. While BlOCnog might sound like something you'd drink at a LEGO-themed Christmas party, and while it might look like an ordinary Sokoban game, BLOCnog is actually a cool, slick little puzzle game from Gameshot that combines the best of sliding block games, Tetris, and everyone's favorite pastime: sticking stuff to other stuff! You're a lone orange block who just loves sitting on top of red-and-yellow striped squares. But not all striped squares are created equal, and some are too big for you to cover up alone. Luckily, there are other orange blocks around, and you can adhere to them just by touching them! As you slide around with the [arrow] keys, gather up blocks to change your shape and get into the right configuration to enter the goal! Just remember that the stranger your shape, the harder it's going to be to move around the board without hitting things or getting blocked off! But don't get too stressed, because BLOCnog is a game that wants to make very, very sure you have fun with it, no matter how you play.


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Zai awakes in a dark room and has no memory of anything. As he starts to explore his surroundings he finds out a little more about himself, and soon decides he wants all of his memories back. Zai is very calm about things, even if he's in an abandoned lab that just reeks of creepiness, in this story-driven free indie science fiction adventure game by Jestereir, DELETE? Zai isn't alone, as early on he runs into a girl named simply 04. It may seem nice to have some company in such a eerie place, but she seems determined to follow him around, watching his every move... almost uncomfortably so. And you can't but help to feel like 04 knows a lot more than she is leading him to believe. Still, she'll occasionally speak up to help you with the puzzles or let you know what's allowed and what's not. There is something definitely off here, but it's your choice if you want to explore to find the whole truth or just find a way to restore your memories. With four different endings you have a lot of ways to chose Zai's fate.


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Bouncy and Monsto

From its plinky plonky guitar soundtrack to its vibrant cartoon visuals, Crayon Hero's physics puzzle game Bouncy and Monsto holds few surprises, but gosh if it isn't a cute game for kids. Bouncy's got a taste for stars, which leads to him often being separated from his furry pal Monsto, so in each level you'll have to figure out how to remove or otherwise interact with the scenery in order to get Bouncy safely back to his burly buddy as he rolls and falls. You can remove wooden obstacles by clicking them, detonate bombs to harmlessly give Bouncy an explosive boost, and use warp circles to get around. While its presentation is great, though that guitar track might get repetitive, Bouncy and Monsto might be a bit too kid-friendly for older or simply more experienced players simply because it never really feels like it takes the training wheels off, making it pleasant as all get-out, but not much of a challenge. If you have a fledgling gamer around, however, or simply want something light and pleasant, Bouncy and Monsto is a fun and cheery game of reflexes and puzzling to brighten your day.

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Fun in the Sun

Things get a little tropical in Carmel Games' point-and-click puzzle game Fun in the Sun, but our hero Andrew isn't feeling very sunny when the island council votes to close down his hotel unless he can come up with a cool five grand... oh, and they'll also throw him in a volcano if he doesn't have the money, because of course that's what happens in tiny island nations. To save Andrew's inn and his life, you'll need to find a way to make some quick simoleons, so you'll have to travel around the island, doing tasks for other people and solving puzzles, as well as maybe entering that contest at the library with a suspiciously coincidental cash prize. The cursor will change whenever it passes over something you can click on to interact with, and just click an item you're carrying to "equip" it for use anywhere onscreen. While the text for the dialogue contains a rather unusual amount of typos, spelling, and grammatical errors for Carmel Games, Fun in the Sun's gameplay is as quirky and silly as you'd expect, from a snore-inducing tape that ruminates on the nature of boredom, to needing to find the proper book on language to understand a foreign glue salesman. Some of the puzzles solutions are more than a little off-kilter, and it can be easy to get stuck simply because you missed finding and clicking on something in the scenery that you needed in order to progress. Still, if you like your point-and-click games goofy and lighthearted (or as lighthearted as a game about a guy facing financial ruin and ritual sacrifice can be), Fun in the Sun will deliver.

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Weekday Escape

DoraSo you say your week is half over. Maybe it's been good to you, maybe it hasn't. Maybe it's just been a little eeeeeeehhhh. We've all been there, my friend. That's why Weekday Escape is here to shake things up a bit, or at least as drastically as a random trio of escape games can be said to do! This week, no1game gets goopy when you find your way out after a late night barred by a strange house guest, Esklavos introduces you to the least threatening vampires ever with their customary style, and Lu-taru knows you can open a door, but can you open it over and over when new complications keep getting added?


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Lori.hBeing locked on a train with not a soul in sight would sound like a good reason to panic, until you hear the soothing music kick in and then all is good. For slow instrumental pieces in an escape game means one thing; TomaTea! They're back with their next escape puzzle game, Orient Express Night:First Station. Yes the grand maker of our favorite escapes such as Early Evening Escape and Salvadoor has given us a new adventure. On this train as you try to find a way out you'll find not much has changed from their other games, but since there wasn't anything really needing to be changed this is good news. There are still plenty of puzzles to figure out and hints to be found. With a mouse that lights up when it's over something you can look at closer or pick up, you won't have to worry about the dreaded pixel hunt. No, things are pretty straight forward on this locked train, and with your skills in seeing hints in the surroundings you'll be finding your way off in no time.


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Brain Dots

KimberlyFrom the title, you may get the image of little specks all over that thing stuck in your head, but Brain Dots, a puzzle drawing game free for Android and iOS by Translimit Inc, is really nothing of the sort (and much more pleasant to think about). Although this free game for your mobile device has simple rules, the puzzles can be anything but. The goal is to get the blue dot and the pink dot to touch. Tap and hold to draw some lines, then sit back and see if you've managed to pass the level. If the dots don't touch, or one falls off the screen, it's game over. There are no time or line length limits, and you can try each level as many times as you need. After you figure it out, there's an option to share your masterpiece or haphazard solution with your friends.


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process

Lori.hIf you're going to read this you better do it quick because you're running out of time. In roughly 20 minutes a subway train is going to go off the rails and you're the only one on board this speeding death sentence. In TrainYard's free indie game Process it's up to you to solve the puzzles to restart the subway train's system before your time is up. Trapped on the dingy, darkly lit two-car train you start out with nothing... not even a reason why you're there and why you're the only one there. There is something definitely unsettling in this horror point-and-click game, besides just the horrific wreck that will happen in a little more than a quarter of an hour. Something is trying to stop you from completing your tasks, but how can you fight something that never shows its face, if it even has one? Your best chance is to just try to focus on stopping the subway train. Better hurry because it's picking up speed.

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