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4.63

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Kiwi 64 It's an authentic styled blast from the past in this Nintendo 64 themed platforming adventure as you play (what else?) a brave kiwi trying to topple an evil melon king! [Read Review]

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Monkey GO Happy Halloween The monkeys are back for more seasonal point-and-click puzzling with a spooky/silly twist that's fun for everyone! Search for clues and gather items to solve puzzles, and maybe... The monkeys are back for more seasonal point-and-click puzzling with a spooky/silly twist that's fun for everyone! Search for clues and gather items to solve puzzles, and maybe even craft something a little monstrous... [Read Review]

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Sneaky House of Mystery In this title from Selfdefiant, you've got a bed, some classic video games, a roomy bathtub and a kitchen... why would you even want to go outside? Well, because this wouldn't ... In this title from Selfdefiant, you've got a bed, some classic video games, a roomy bathtub and a kitchen... why would you even want to go outside? Well, because this wouldn't be an escape game otherwise! [Read Review]

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2.94

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March Short but sweet, this interactive art piece takes you through one man's life and makes you think about what really matters, and what we might miss if we focus only on ourselves... Short but sweet, this interactive art piece takes you through one man's life and makes you think about what really matters, and what we might miss if we focus only on ourselves. [Read Review]

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3.79

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Alexandria Escape Also free for iOS and Android, this latest escape from Just Pine Games sends you to ancient Alexandria with just the right amount of puzzles and challenge to provide a satisfyi... Also free for iOS and Android, this latest escape from Just Pine Games sends you to ancient Alexandria with just the right amount of puzzles and challenge to provide a satisfyingly logical point-and-click exercise. [Read Review]

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4.21

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Transmission Also available free for iOS or Android, this sleek and smart puzzle game will teach you a little about how information travels as you make connections from one point to another... Also available free for iOS or Android, this sleek and smart puzzle game will teach you a little about how information travels as you make connections from one point to another. [Read Review]

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The Last Ninja From Another Planet 2 The last ninja is back again, using his otherworldly abilities to take down enemies with a clever combination of puzzles and action, though this newest installment might lead a... The last ninja is back again, using his otherworldly abilities to take down enemies with a clever combination of puzzles and action, though this newest installment might lead a little more towards the latter than the former compared to the original. [Read Review]

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3.40

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Land of Enki 2 With a look and feel straight out of the 90s, this retro action platformer with have you hacking and slashing your way through a fantasy world on your way to stop an ice witch ... With a look and feel straight out of the 90s, this retro action platformer with have you hacking and slashing your way through a fantasy world on your way to stop an ice witch from bringing about eternal winter! [Read Review]

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4.41

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Bond Breaker Get your science on in this educational puzzle game! Guide your proton through each level while avoiding hazards along the way, and then craft your own levels when you're done!... Get your science on in this educational puzzle game! Guide your proton through each level while avoiding hazards along the way, and then craft your own levels when you're done! [Read Review]

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Aries Escape: Episode No. 15

DoraSometimes all you want to do is kick back and relax with a disembodied, bikini-wearing torso, and in times like these, Aries Escape has you covered with Aries Escape: Episode No. 15. You find yourself in a cozy little woodland cabin, perhaps ready for one last summer fling judging by your wardrobe and the seasonal decor. But who can really relax with all these puzzles around them? You literally can't sit down without coming across a coded lock box, and if you ever want to escape, you'll need to find and correctly interpret the clues needed to open them. Just click around to move and interact, using the white arrows that appear at the edges of the screen to navigate, and double-click an item in your inventory to view it up close. The text is all in Japanese, but none of it will prevent you from finishing the game. Watch for the cursor to change to indicate interactive zones, and keep your eyes peeled for clues and codes. So many clues and codes. But hey, that's all in a day's work for an escape veteran, right? Especially if you want to get the Happy End...


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terra_battle

Lori.hThe great world is tearing itself apart. Every living inhabitant is doomed to die with the planet. A small group, however, realizes they must find The Maker, of whom no one knows if it truly exists or not to plead it to help save their planet. So off our heroes go to find help and information so they can beg The Maker to save the planet. You'd think everyone would be ready to be on board with this plan to save everyone's lives, but apparently talking is done through the sword and fist. Prepare for battle on your iOS and Android devices, with Mistwalkers new mobile battle game, Terra Battle. This tactical puzzle roleplaying game, lets you strategically plan your party and crush your foes, all while enjoying beautiful artwork and a deep in-depth poetic story. Mysteries unfold while you add more and more powerful members to your planet saving group.


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Rating: 4.6/5 (27 votes)
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Kiwi 64

TrickyIt seems that a video game generation cannot be truly labeled as "retro" until it becomes possible to accurately re-create it in a browser window. And while games like Dino Run and Super Mario Bros. Crossover have kept the pixel-art flowing online, the gloriously chunky polygons of the Nintendo 64 remain in short supply. At least now, though, there's Kiwi 64 by Marcus Horn, a Unity 3D platform game inspired by those "collect everything in sight" games of yore, and a certain one about a bear named Banjo and a bird named Kazooie, in particular. In it, you play as Kiwi, a cute little flightless bird who just wants to enjoy the sunshine. Unfortunately, the evil King Melon is high atop his mountain, and ready to ruin your day with taunting pieces of verse. But legends have foretold of five magical lamps that, if collected, would unlock power unimaginable! Or at least enough to kick that melon off that mountain! Which is probably just as good!


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Rating: 4.2/5 (37 votes)
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Monkey GO Happy Halloween

It's alive! Aliiiiiiiiiiive! Which is a good thing because a game about a bunch of dead monkeys would probably be too weird, even for me. In Pencil Kids' latest Monkey GO Happy point-and-click puzzle game Monkey GO Happy Halloween, the monkeys decide the only thing that will cheer them up is to craft a hideous mockery of life using body parts they find strewn around. Hey, we've all been there. That's why I'm no longer allowed within fifty yards of a cemetery. Just click around to interact, and drag items from your inventory at the top of the screen to use them, keeping your eyes peeled for puzzle clues hidden in the scenery. Despite its aggressively ominous soundtrack and ghoulish premise, Monkey GO Happy Halloween is sweet, silly, and simple Halloween fun for all ages, and won't keep you wrapped up for so long that you'll miss trick-or-treating.

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Weekday Escape

elleIt was a dark and stormy Wednesday in October, wind rattling the shutters and the dilapidated boards of the ersatz roof which offered no shelter inside the JIG offices from the elements threatening to ruin it all. Flicking the light switch repeatedly had no effect—dark loomed on all sides. In the corner, I could see the opening of Selfdefiant's scary dungeon, but knew already of the trap that lie there in wait. Tired from my travails through a minimalist maze of Hottategoya's making, I just wanted some candy. Sure, FunkyLand promised that once more, but my brain was in no shape for solving puzzles. Instead, I felt my way through the darkness until my hands touched on exactly what I needed: the smooth feel of a platinum blonde wig and the cool chiffon of a long, sparkling ice blue dress. Maybe I can't sing, but I can try looking the part. By the way, happy Trick-or-Treating, my ghoulies! Here's a handful of escape games to get you started...


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Rating: 3.6/5 (36 votes)
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Sneaky House of Mystery

Selfdefiant's Sneaky House of Mystery is a rare escape game in that in addition to puzzles and codes, you're actually trapped somewhere with all the creature comforts. A big fluffy bed. Kitchen. Bathroom. TV and sound system with cutting edge games from just a few years after I was born. But alas, you can't stay, so it's time to figure a way out of here by exploring and hunting down items you can use to get past obstacles. Though the interface is a little clunky, it's a satisfying length with a decent amount of substance for a coffee break, and hey, who can fault its taste in games... or background music?

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Puzzle to the Center of the Earth

ArtbegottiIf you're a master of hell runs in Spelunky and you're getting tired of eggplant for supper every night, you might be looking for a new challenge to shake up your straight-down trips. In Puzzle to the Center of the Earth, available free for iOS and Android, that challenge comes in the form of a match-3 puzzle. The colored blocks you break apart also form the platforms you have to have to traverse in this clever mashup by Foursaken Media. It's a long way down, so watch where you swing your pickaxe!


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Monsters & Medicine

SatoriWhat do you do when hordes of monsters come a-knocking at your door? If you're a hospital you bring them inside, give them medical treatment and pray you have enough facilities to heal them all! Developers Leon and Francois van Niekerk and Hilgard Bell over at Clockwork Acorn bring us Monsters & Medicine, a turn-based strategy title that reminds us that even monsters need a little care and attention sometimes. Each turn different types of colorful monsters will appear at your door needing urgent treatment. You'll be dragging rooms and hallways onto your building to increase your ability to accommodate them all. Each monster type will need their own type of ward, and they'll also need to be able to get to it. Fortunately for all concerned, monsters will wait patiently outside in an orderly line, no pushing or shoving — in addition to drastically reducing your insurance premiums, your Orderly Conduct Policy has been the secret of your hospitals' success and made your treatment facilities an industry leader and the place for recuperation and healing.


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Rating: 2.9/5 (34 votes)
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March

What do you really need out of life? Instant gratification? Money? Fast cars? UncleBig2D's March is a short but beautifully executed little interactive art piece that plays like an arcade game and takes you through one boy's life in a series of short stages. All you have to do to play is click, and while there isn't a whole lot of replay value after the few minutes it'll take to play, and some may find the representation of the message a little too cookie-cutter, the core of it is heartfelt and earnest, not to mention presented in a simple but evocative retro style. It's less a "you need this specific thing" thing, and more "you might miss other things if you only focus on the material things" thing... thingy.

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Alexandria Escape

Johnny123 Just Pine Games' latest escape game, Alexandria Escape, also free for iOS and Android, plops you straight into ancient antiquity and demands you find your way out. You've gotten yourself trapped in some dusty library in the ancient Egyptian city of Alexandria and it's up to you to leap through a series of escape game puzzles to get free. The game's got an extremely attractive Greco-Roman style going on, with a fair amount of historical accuracy to boot. Sure, the game requires some suspension of disbelief through some of the wackier puzzles, but our hat's off to the art department for going the extra mile to give history buffs something to nod knowingly at. Click to navigate your way around the room, collecting the odd knickknacks that you'll combine and use in every possible way. Seriously, these Alexandrians had steam power, gears, and the written word, but they couldn't warp their brains around a Hide-A-Key?


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Notebook Wars Saga

TrickyIt's the shooter series that turns "shock and awe!" into "shock and draw!" It's the arcade shoot-em-up where a lone pilot sets out to erase all of his foes... literally! It's Notebook Wars Saga, Francisco Ferreres' vertical-scrolling war game that shows us that the battlefield of the future will just as likely as not be some kid's fifth-period notebook (at least once he's finished covering it in ZOFOs and that Stussy S thing). After the conclusion of the Notebook Space Wars, we're back on terra firma, and while the engine is now Unity, the mission should be instantly familiar: shoot things and make them explode!


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Farmyard Chronicle, Director's Cut

SatoriWith the sages out of town for a convention, a little teleportation spell in their absence doesn't quite go as planned and now it's animals. Freaking. Everywhere. Chickens clucking in the castle hallways. Sheep on cliffs. Horses down wells, and cattle mooing in the throne room. Unless the last words you want to hear in your life are, "Why is animals?" from a council of outraged wizards, you'd better get everything sorted before their return. flapbat brings us this phenomenal free magickal animal rescue action puzzle adventure game that'll have you finding all the animals to bring them home. Farmyard Chronicle, Director's Cut is the beautifully-polished version of a game-in-a-week release centered on bouncing animals around the screen and into teleportation gates ("Fieeeld gooooal!") while getting bounced around yourself by sheep and kicked across pits by horses. No, really. It'll take plenty of artifacts to get everybody home, like rings that make you dash, teleportation wands to swap places with the critters, and even altering the flow of time itself.


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Transmission

Johnny123 We are living in the Age of Information. All the accumulated knowledge of the greatest minds of history are at your fingertips, any time of the day, instantaneously, for only the price of a Wifi connection. Sometimes this can be overwhelming. But developer Science Museum is here to teach us all a thing or two with Transmission, a game about the web of electronic synapses that makes our connected world possible, and also available free for iOS and Android. It's a puzzle game that has you connecting various receivers and transmitters with glistening streams of information via the mouse. Each circle can transmit and each square can only receive. It's up to you to juggle corrects amounts of information, represented with glowing cubes, between each circle and square. There are some optional objectives you can fulfill for some extra credit, like using the fewest connections possible or leaving info cubs on the right circle. All of it combines to create a brain teaser with a capital B.

Spoopy Saturday

DoraDon't be afraid! Though we draw ever closer to that freakiest of holidays, Spoopy Saturday has three free indie horror games for everyone from the scaredy cats to those who giggle at even the goriest of ghosties. We've got a house you can't escape from (even though the developer is known for escapes... ), a disaster where a little girl goes missing and you seem to have some serious psychological trauma dogging your steps in addition to monsters, and finally, a masquerade party with a little bit of romance and a lot of really skimpy costumes.


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Fear for Sale: The 13 Keys

DoraHotel Berkley is haunted, though I don't know what you'd expect from a place with more menacing statuary than rooms and peeling wallpaper, exposed wiring, and spiderwebs abound. While the guests have been fleeing in fear from apparitions and nightmares, including one woman whose husband is trapped inside when she bravely runs off to leave him to fend off the green ghostly stink fog himself, the hotel owner seems more mildly annoyed by it than anything else. Luckily, she's called you in, a journalist who knows that a leaf blower is the best answer to unruly spooks, and your uncanny ability to notice that the really obvious mechanisms around you might be worth fiddling with. Elefun Games' hidden-object adventure Fear for Sale: The 13 Keys might be more unintentionally funny than freaky as its characters react in really put-upon ways to the cosmic horrors after them, but is still a fun romp for fans of campy horror. As you soon discover, there's a reason for all the passive-aggressive haunting going on, and maybe that whiny hotel keeper knows a bit more than she's letting on. Maybe a good night's sleep will shed some light on things? Either that or pull you into a series of bizarre, distorted nightmares through the machinations of some creepy "hey gurl" looking specter who peeps in through windows at you wearing a top hat. Whichever.

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