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Alpinist Escape In this chilly escape game also free for iOS and Android, you've gone skiing for the first time, and when you discover a cabin on the mountain, your friends lock you inside for... In this chilly escape game also free for iOS and Android, you've gone skiing for the first time, and when you discover a cabin on the mountain, your friends lock you inside for fun. Simple, cozy, and fun, this is just the ticket for whatever the weather is like outside. [Read Review]

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4.26

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A Stroll in Space The spaceship is under attack by a giant tentacle monster, and only you and your trusty monkey companion (obviously) can stop it in this quirky, silly puzzle platformer... with... The spaceship is under attack by a giant tentacle monster, and only you and your trusty monkey companion (obviously) can stop it in this quirky, silly puzzle platformer... with gravity! [Read Review]

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4.00

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Suddenly, Thousands What can a crowd accomplish? This clever experimental puzzle platformer by Omiya Games will give you a good idea, as you grow and navigate groups of people who all move at the ... What can a crowd accomplish? This clever experimental puzzle platformer by Omiya Games will give you a good idea, as you grow and navigate groups of people who all move at the same time through a series of smart levels filled with obstacles. [Read Review]

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4.16

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Slimey's Quest Created for Ludum Dare's "entire game on one screen" theme, this cute platformer has you hitting switches that morph the game around you, getting progressively harder with more... Created for Ludum Dare's "entire game on one screen" theme, this cute platformer has you hitting switches that morph the game around you, getting progressively harder with more platforms, enemies, and spikes! [Read Review]

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4.04

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Thermo Fire and ice go together surprisingly well in this puzzle platformer, where you must figure out how to use your abilities, and in what order, to traverse levels and reach the e... Fire and ice go together surprisingly well in this puzzle platformer, where you must figure out how to use your abilities, and in what order, to traverse levels and reach the exit! [Read Review]

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The Way the Gingerbread Cookie Crumbles What kind of Christmas party doesn't have any gingerbread cookies? It's obviously going to be a disaster if you can't produce the iconic treat, so help save the day in this sil... What kind of Christmas party doesn't have any gingerbread cookies? It's obviously going to be a disaster if you can't produce the iconic treat, so help save the day in this silly seasonal point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games. [Read Review]

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3.67

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Tightrope Theatre Created for the "Entire Game on One Screen" themed Ludum Dare, this cute retro platformer by Adventure Island has you performing death-defying stunts for an awed audience as yo... Created for the "Entire Game on One Screen" themed Ludum Dare, this cute retro platformer by Adventure Island has you performing death-defying stunts for an awed audience as you leap from one tightrope to another, avoiding hazards. [Read Review]

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3.24

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Epic Time Pirates These pirates aren't plunderers, they're heroes in this action-packed arena shooter from Jay Armstrong, where you and your squad of mateys travel through time and space, fighti... These pirates aren't plunderers, they're heroes in this action-packed arena shooter from Jay Armstrong, where you and your squad of mateys travel through time and space, fighting monks, zombies and more, trying to find the source of time anomalies. [Read Review]

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4.08

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Slydrs Sliding block puzzles get a cute, robotic makeover in this simple but charming game from Oliver Pearl. Help robots navigate to where they need to go by sliding them to their ap... Sliding block puzzles get a cute, robotic makeover in this simple but charming game from Oliver Pearl. Help robots navigate to where they need to go by sliding them to their appropriate tile. Just be careful... once they start moving, they don't stop until they hit something! [Read Review]

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alpinist-escape

Lori.hThe story behind Alpinist Escape, by Pine Studios (formerly Just Pine Games) and also free for iOS and Android, is you and your friends go skiing for the first time and your group discovers a cabin. As you walk in you hear the door lock behind you and then presumably the giggles and snorts of your friends as they run off into the cold darkness that is the winter night. Long story short, you need some new friends. If you enjoy solving puzzles and escaping then they are the most thoughtful friends on the earth, because that is exactly what you need to do. The pleasant, soft music and the witty things said when you pick up items are kind of pushing the more happier story where in the end instead of calling the cops or getting in a large fist fight, it will more likely be laughter all around and pats on the back. Alpinist Escape is simple, short, but cheery enough to keep you warm no matter what room you've been locked in.


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Haunted Hotel: Death Sentence

DoraWhat it is with hotels? If it's not demons, it's curses or a war between evil, and some other evil. Or, well, maybe it's you, since you and your friend James (who you keep rather endearingly labeled in your scrapbook as "professional detective") seem to constantly find yourselves wrapped up in bed-and-breakfast themed trouble. In Elephant Games' hidden-object adventure Haunted Hotel: Death Sentence, James has kicked the bucket, taken a dirt nap, bought the farm, ridden the pale horse... he's totes dead, yo, and a note slipped under your door from him that was presumably written before that happen tells you the Holy Mountain Hotel is the cause of it all. You quickly discover there's nothing sacred about this place, and though it looks as if it's been abandoned for years, it's clear that the people who have visited it have all had one thing in common... guilt. If you want to survive the spectre meting out justice from beyond the grave, you'll need to hunt for clues and items to solve puzzles, and of course crack a few hidden-object scenes along the way. And you know what? Maybe the next time I need somewhere to stay while I'm traveling I'll just... I'll just couch surf a little.


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Rating: 4.3/5 (28 votes)
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A Stroll in Space

KimberlyMinding your own business is probably a good rule of thumb when traveling intergalactically. I mean, no one wants to answer a distress call and end up with an alien exploding out of their chest. But what do you do if you are minding your own business when suddenly you're attacked by a large tentacled being? Use your puzzle platforming skills and take A Stroll in Space, by Gameshot. Use the [arrow] keys to move and jump as you travel the length of your ship. Once you've rescued your monkey companion, you can press the [spacebar] to have him deactivate gravity to help you move crates and jump to otherwise inaccessible places. Can you make it to the escape pod unscathed?


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Rating: 4.4/5 (32 votes)
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Nightmare Escape

When you think of Detarame Factory, you probably think about chic decor and cute, cuddly alpacas. Well, once you play Nightmare Escape you're going to be thinking of blood! And jumpscares! And The Ring! And BLEEEARGHBLE! That's right, it's a horror escape game from one of the last developers you'd expect, and though it's actually still plenty cute, it's also decently gory, and, as the opening warns you, you might want to turn your volume down. To find a way out (once you've found a way in), just click to interact when the cursor changes as you mouse over objects, keeping an eye on your environment for clues, and remember you can double-click things in your inventory to view them up close. While there's something inherently charming about the ghoulishness here, if you prefer to avoid blood and screamers, you may want to approach this one cautiously if at all. Some of the puzzles may be a little awkwardly implemented or unintuitive, but I guess if you want to get away from this creepy place, you'll figure it out, won't you?

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Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1

KimberlyIn Victorian London, famed (well, sort of) explorator Bertram Fiddle is sorely in need of a new adventure if he wants to avoid having any sort of regular old boring employment. He and his trusted cyclops Gavin go searching for a job in Episode 1: A Dreadly Business, a point-and-click adventure from Rumpus Animation, currently out for iOS devices (with android and PC versions in the works.) When he gets bumped into by a mysterious stranger, Fiddle unexpectedly ends up on the case of the elusive serial killer Geoff the Murderer. But how far can he get when he's up against Sherlock Holmes?


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Rating: 4.2/5 (26 votes)
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Johnny123 We live in a world of invisible walls. Race, class, gender, religion. Sometimes it's important to remember that human beings can accomplish wonderful things when we find the fortitude to work together. Maybe that's what the new Unity-powered puzzle game Suddenly, Thousands, by Omiya Games, is trying to teach us. We might be pirates and samurai and wolf suit-wearing misfits, but with a little time and effort, there's no obstacle we can't overcome. In this extremely experimental platform game, you guide your little avatar with the [arrow] or [WASD] keys and use the [spacebar] to jump through some exquisitely rendered 3D environments, using the mouse to pick up stragglers and build a little crowd. It's sort of like Pikmin, or a 3D Oodlegobs, having you wrangle your expanding horde of followers past traps and over barriers. There's also a robust physics system. Everything's just so darn cool with this game.


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Rating: 4.1/5 (65 votes)
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Slimey's Quest

AllyNormally, when slimes and quests intersect, it's usually so that novice heroes have something harmless and cute to beat the snot out of (ahem) while they're still gaining their adventuring legs. But Letmethink's humble slime was not satisfied with this lot in life, and so, in celebration of Ludum Dare, he's set off on his own puzzle platformer adventure, appropriately enough entitled Slimey's Quest. His journey won't take him very far, as the theme of this Ludum Dare is "the entire game on one screen." But that doesn't mean he won't have plenty to see or do... Slimey's Quest, you see, is to push buttons, and every time he presses one down, his entire landscape changes! Using the [arrow] keys, hit every bright red button, squash a few baddies along the way, and navigate the ever-shifting landscape to prove you are the bravest slime to ever ooze your way along the trail! The screen might not move, but Slimey's ever-shifting world will keep you on your toes and him on his... droplets.


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Rating: 2.6/5 (37 votes)
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Bloons Monkey City

KimberlyIf you've never played any of Ninja Kiwi's Bloons games, you're missing out. The dart throwing monkeys have been around for years now, and in the latest twist combine city building with the tower defense goodness you've come to love. In Bloons Monkey City (available in your browser or for iOS) you go behind the scenes to train, upgrade, and build a city for your monkey army to inhabit, all the while battling back the evil bloons from your lands. Why are the bloons so vicious? Nobody's sure, but I think it must have something to do with their association with clowns.


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Rating: 4.1/5 (27 votes)
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Thermo

SatoriIn water, heat rises and cold sinks. That's the premise behind Thermo, the temperate and mercurial new platformer by Andrew Wolfers, Daniel Carpenter, Grace Ren, Joel Gross, Kelvin Jin, and Robyn Nason. (Did I leave anybody out?) In each of the 30 levels you need to first open the exit portal and then get to it... somehow! The activator and portals aren't necessarily where you can get to them, and that's where water comes in. Floating masses of water are strategically-placed throughout the levels allowing you to use your special abilities, if you have them. Passing between red contacts heats you up, enabling you to rise if you start out in water. You'll continue to rise until you hit an overhead surface at which point you'll fall just as you ordinarily would, though you can steer your descent. Blue contacts let you create an ice platform under you while in water. Yellow contacts enhance either ability... you can create up to three ice platforms in water if you're cold, and walk on the ceiling if you're hot! Dull grey contacts return your temperature to normal, but leave any platforms or ceiling-walking abilities if they're active.


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Weekday Escape

DoraIt's beginning to look a lot like a standard hope-you're-happy and non-denominational time of year! If you don't celebrate Christmas, then all the themed games that come out around this time of year might be a little much to take. So with that in mind, this week's Weekday Escape is only going to feature one Santa-ridden title, while the other two are your standard "trapped in a room, oh noes!" affair without being seasonally tied. Besides, since when does it need to be a certain time of year to celebrate with no1game, Yamino Kagura, and Just Pine Games? MY REVELRIES WILL NOT BE CONSTRAINED BY YOUR PUNY CALENDAR.


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Rating: 3.7/5 (63 votes)
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The Way the Gingerbread Cookie Crumbles

For some people, Christmas is about togetherness and family. And I'm not saying it isn't, just, uh... well, be honest, what's Christmas without a little sugar? In Carmel Games' point-and-click puzzle The Way the Gingerbread Cookie Crumbles, George is throwing a Christmas party, and his friends aren't having any of his excuses as to why he hasn't ponied up any gingerbread, even if a broken oven and a blizzard are pretty valid reasons. Search the house for a way to appease George's ungrateful friends! You can click on anything to interact when your cursor changes to a hand, and if you want to try combining something you're carrying, click the first item in your inventory and then the next. You'll need some seriously silly solutions to some strange obstacles if you want to succeed, but this is still one cute, funny little game that'll only take a few minutes of your time.

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Ginger Joy

DoraIf an escape game by TomaTea is on your Christmas list, well, Feliz Navidad dear friend because Ginger Joy is here! With a gentle seasonal soundtrack and some tasteful festive decor, this is one room you might want to linger in for a while, especially if you've got a sweet tooth. Santa will understand, right? But when you are ready to get out, playing is simple. Just click around, and the tip of your cursor will glow when you can interact with something. Click the "i" icon that appears when you mouse over inventory items to view them up close. As you'd expect, there are piles of puzzles, and many of them need various codes to solve. If you see a message that says "I have no clue how to solve this!" it means you haven't seen the clue that corresponds to whatever you're looking at yet. Keep your eyes peeled and your mind sharp, because this Christmas is clever and sneaky!


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The Talos Principle

DoraIndie puzzle adventure The Talos Principle, created by Croteam, Jonas Kyratzes and FTL: Faster Than Light's Tom Jubert, opens with a heavenly choir and roiling white clouds before you find yourself in a garden before a sprawling series of ruins. A great voice informs you its name is Elohim, your creator, and bids you find him in his temple, but first you must overcome the trials set before you, and find the Sigils hidden throughout. Then, you'll be fit to serve, and, he adds, attain eternal life. What do you think? After the trials, will there be cake? Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move, hold [shift] to run, tap [spacebar] to jump, the mouse to look around, and click to pick up, put down, or interact with items. You'll start with Jammers, which can disable anything electronic as long as they're aimed at it, but you'll soon graduate to Connectors, which can be used to set up chains of lasers to activate different things, and more you'll unlock as you go. Threats can be things like the patrolling black orbs that explode if you get too close, or the wall-mounted turrets, but don't worry... if you die, you'll just be rewound back to the start of whatever area you entered. Each area is a contained puzzle, and completing it rewards you with a Sigil, which look like Tetrominoes, and multiple Sigils are needed to open the doors that allow you to proceed deeper in. As you explore, you discover the various worlds your creator has made for you, free for you to "subdue" as you please... but that great tower? That's the one place you're never allowed to go. It might seem like a perfectly reasonable restriction at first as you explore the various places crafted with challenges for you to master, but as you go farther, it quickly becomes apparent you're not the only one who has passed this way, and malfunctioning terminals filled with fragments of text hint that something very big has happened. And then there's the being who communicates with you through the terminals only when it sees fit...


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Rating: 3.7/5 (23 votes)
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The Rosefinch Curse

To say T34 Studios' massive escape/point-and-click adventure game The Rosefinch Curse (originally only available in Chinese) is ambitious is sort of an understatement. How many escape games do you play that ask you to complete a lengthy tutorial before you start, that feature a quick-travel map because the place you're in is so big? As the game opens, you play student Tina Tang, who wakes up to find herself in an unfamiliar place with one heck of a headache, and the last thing she can remember is a truck barreling down on her as she crosses the street. So why does she seem to be in a school filled with strange mechanisms? And what's up with that strange girl? Playing the tutorial is definitely recommended, and with no changing cursor to mark interactive areas, you're in for a real challenge, though features like the minimap, which shows you not only where you are and where you're facing in addition to points of interest, are a nice touch. You can even click the camera icon at the top of the screen to take pictures of whatever you're facing, so you don't have to constantly write down clues. With multiple endings, a branching plot, party members, and more, despite some rough edges and a clunky interface, The Rosefinch Curse is still an impressive and formidable game, and well worth checking out if you have the time and patience needed to conquer it.

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Johnny123 Whenever Ludum Dare comes around, you can expect piles of new games, and this one's theme was "Entire Game on One Screen". Here's a standout for you: Tightrope Theatre by Adventure Islands, a gleefully retro offering with challenge and charm to spare. You're a pixely little unicyclist tasked with performing death defying stunts before your enraptured crowd. Use the [arrow] or [WASD] keys to roll and jump from tightrope to tightrope, avoiding spikes, falling barrels, and fire along the way. Yeah, this particular circus doesn't mess around. And remember, you're on a unicycle and not your feet, so everything's just a little bit slippery up there. Patience, timing, and skill are essential if you want to make your bow at the end.

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