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Keeper of the Grove 3 Everyone wants what you've got, and that's a magic grove filled with powerful gem-like protons! Too bad for them you've got the magical defenses to keep them back in this lates... Everyone wants what you've got, and that's a magic grove filled with powerful gem-like protons! Too bad for them you've got the magical defenses to keep them back in this latest installment of booblyc's colourful fantasy tower defense game. [Read Review]

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3.22

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Time Clickers Looking for a fast, frantic, and decidedly eye-candy type shooter? Proton Studio serves up a bombastic idle/incremental clicker game where you take up your gun and buy more aut... Looking for a fast, frantic, and decidedly eye-candy type shooter? Proton Studio serves up a bombastic idle/incremental clicker game where you take up your gun and buy more automated weaponry against a never-ending tide of red cubes, with more elaborate upgrades, achievements, and other surprises as you go. Also free for iOS, Android, and available free on Steam! [Read Review]

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3.94

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Oni Yu Can Scare Them In this cute retro puzzle platformer created for Ludum Dare in three days, you're a demon who has to scour the countryside to instill fear in different types of people by posse... In this cute retro puzzle platformer created for Ludum Dare in three days, you're a demon who has to scour the countryside to instill fear in different types of people by possessing objects so they're sufficiently terrified for the arrival of your dark lord! [Read Review]

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3.42

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Jack MacQwerty Hope your gun is fast and your typing is faster, pilgrim, in this retro arcade game where you need to type out the names of enemies and more to take down incoming baddies, relo... Hope your gun is fast and your typing is faster, pilgrim, in this retro arcade game where you need to type out the names of enemies and more to take down incoming baddies, reload your weapons, and stay alive for as long as possible. [Read Review]

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4.12

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Through Created for #GBJam 4, in this puzzle platformer, you must make your way through a series of levels fractured into perpendicular dimensions. Though short, Through is creative an... Created for #GBJam 4, in this puzzle platformer, you must make your way through a series of levels fractured into perpendicular dimensions. Though short, Through is creative and clever, and may bend your mind a little. [Read Review]

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Frozen Islands: New Horizons You've rescued your viking crew, but that doesn't mean it's time to sit around and swill ale! In this sequel to the popular action/strategy game, it's your turn to sail around ... You've rescued your viking crew, but that doesn't mean it's time to sit around and swill ale! In this sequel to the popular action/strategy game, it's your turn to sail around the islands and conquer their inhabitants, upgrading and building your army, in search of treasure! [Read Review]

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Katja's Escape: The Pharaoh's Tomb Nobody ever told Katja that exploring ancient tombs is a good way to get yourself trapped, and now to escape in this short point-and-click title from Carmel Games, she'll need ... Nobody ever told Katja that exploring ancient tombs is a good way to get yourself trapped, and now to escape in this short point-and-click title from Carmel Games, she'll need to explore the rest of the tomb and solve its mysteries! [Read Review]

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3.71

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How to be a Gent In this short, cute puzzle platformer, sometimes you need to give the one you love a leg up... or a concussive blast. Help your girlfriend reach the exit by turning into a step... In this short, cute puzzle platformer, sometimes you need to give the one you love a leg up... or a concussive blast. Help your girlfriend reach the exit by turning into a stepping stone or blasting her skyward. [Read Review]

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3.69

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Specter Knight Even heroes strike out now and again! Though you died in your final battle against a great evil, you've got another chance to strike him down in this action-RPG when your corps... Even heroes strike out now and again! Though you died in your final battle against a great evil, you've got another chance to strike him down in this action-RPG when your corpse is reanimated! Explore dungeons, upgrade your character, and hack your way through hordes of beasties! [Read Review]

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Unsolicited

SatoriAfter leaving players emotionally reeling in the aftermath of his Papers, Please, Lucas Pope lives up to the theme of the Ludum Dare competition 'You are the Monster' by putting you in the unenviable position of trying to become the premiere provider of heaps of unwanted junk mail select mass-marketing mail services. Corporations are struggling determinedly to improve the entire planet with fabulous timeshare offers, strictly 100% legitimate charity projects, lines of credit to extend to the economically disadvantaged and much much more, but they're frustrated because people are calmly going about their private lives and have never heard of these phenomenal opportunities! That's where you come in. In Pope's time management simulation Unsolicited you're there to get these world-changing corporate messages out to the People.


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Time Clickers

ProtonStudio's Time Clickers, also free for iOS and Android as well as ye olde Steam, is billed as "an incremental game with guns and time travel", though sadly Taco Bell is nowhere to be found. Instead, it's just you and your pistol against red biospheres, cubes that can be destroyed by aiming and firing on them with the mouse, and grant cash when destroyed to spend on either upgrading your weapon, or buying other automatic "team" weapons that fire and gather cash on their own. Every few levels you'll face a miniboss that needs to be destroyed before time runs out, while at other times bonus objects like rainbow orbs may appear to be shot and grant big cash bonuses. If you can't pass a boss level, just click one of the lesser levels at the top of the screen to go back and grind for cash. With tons of upgrades, achievements, and more to find, Time Clickers is a simple formula, but rendered weirdly addictive thanks to fast-paced gameplay and a snappy style and soundtrack. Though eventually the damage your "team" does far outstrips your pistol without piling on the upgrades, and some players will be disappointed that it lacks the weirdo charm and humour of other idle games like Candy Box! or Cookie Clicker, Time Clickers will appeal to fans of bombastic arcade-style shooter games. You can eventually unlock special abilities, and as you move from location to location, the game only gets, well, prettier. It's sort of like the gaming equivalent of a lava lamp crossed with a Michael Bay movie, if you get my drift. And even if you don't, Time Clickers is a solid, satisfyingly stylish addition to the incremental genre.

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Oni Yu Can Scare Them

Created in just three days for Ludum Dare 33's "You Are The Monster" theme, this retro puzzle platformer by Team Oni is devilishly cute. In Oni Yu Can Scare Them, you play, well, Oni Yu, a demon who's been chosen to terrify the local populace to get them ready for the arrival of his dark lord, who's been forgotten in the last thousand years or so. Using the [arrow] keys to move and [A] to jump, your goal in each level is to scare all the people by possessing certain things with [S], which allows you to move the object around. Hopping well? Horrifying! Shuffling vase? Unspeakable! The thing is, some characters are dangerous. Shamans, for example, don't fear you and can in fact destroy you, since they can see you unless you're possessing something and not moving, necessitating the need to sneak by, while brave samurai fear nothing!... except the undead, of course. While games about possessing things to scare people aren't really that scarce, Oni Yu Can Scare Them is still executed very well considering its minuscule development time, with some neat ideas regarding the ways you have to scare different "enemies". Though dismounting ladders is fiddly (hit [A] at the top when not moving to jump off), and the unpredictable character movement can mean a lot of waiting and fiddling around at times, Oni Yu Can Scare Them is still fun, and an idea we'd love to see further polished and developed from its team one day.

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Weekday Escape

DoraIt's Wednesday, and you know what that means! Fish tacos, ladies, gentles, and assorted other gentlefolk! Aw, yeah. First you get yourself some canola oil or whatever, and you heat that up. Then you slice up some tilapia (it's cheap!), lightly dredge it in flour seasoned with garlic salt, pepper, onion power, and sweet paprika. Then you fry it in the hot oil for, eh, say seven minutes or so, drop it in the tortilla-thinger of your choice, and garnish it with toppings! I recommend spicy mayo, lettuce, and maybe some cheddar cheese. ... oh, very well. And I guess you could also play some free online escape games while you eat them. Are you happy now, you savages?! Did you get what you came for? I only wanted to try to make you dinner, but you didn't appreciate it, did you? No, don't talk to me. It's too late. Go hang out with Primera, no1game, and Esklavos, since they're not sharing recipes.


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Jack MacQwerty

Johnny123 Ah, the old west. Lawless bandits, tumbleweeds, open sky. Kind of makes you want to practice your typing, doesn't it? That's the idea behind Khromatique's Jack MacQwerty, an arcade game-meets-typing tutor set during a gunslinger's last stand. You play as the titular Jack MacQwerty, fastest typer in the west, squaring off against an oncoming horde of bandits and marauders, each with a name goofier than the last. You must type each name as it comes towards you to blast the bad guy away, while also making sure to type "reload" when your chambers run dry. Innocent hostages will start to mix in with the baddies, so you need keen eyes and fast fingers if you want to last as long as possible. Give the game a few tries and you'll be chewing through the alphabet like a pro.


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Through

Johnny123 Life is full of obstacles. Sometimes it feels like there's nothing but walls in our way. Don't you wish you didn't have to go around? Don't you wish you could just go... Through? Well, that's just how the pixely little protagonist of goshki's new retro puzzle platform game rolls. Use the [arrow] keys to traipse your way through each of the twelve levels, moving from block to block towards the gateway to worlds beyond. Of course, once in a while you'll find yourself unable to platform further. In such instances, it's best to ram your face into a wall. Seriously. Push against a vertical wall and the little reality-bender will pass right on...through, causing the level to reshuffle in the process. Empty spaces become platforms and platforms become empty spaces. It's all mindbending goodness in Through.


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Frozen Islands: New Horizons

You know, if you ignore all the murdering, razing, and defiling, vikings weren't so bad. In fact, they were downright cuddly, or at least they looked that way in Frozen Islands as they rescued their crew from frost giants across the sea. In Deqaf Studios' action-centric strategy-lite game Frozen Islands: New Horizons, however, just because they all escaped certain death doesn't mean they'll be resting on their laurels, as they sail around the ocean in search of treasure, conquering islands along the way. As before, you create your army before each island siege by selecting the appropriate types of warriors for whatever you'll be facing. Though your army fights automatically, you can trigger special-attacks to help them out. If they win, the island is under your control, allowing you to tax it for gold to spend on upgrading your forces, while every two islands claimed allows you to increase the maximum size of the army you can take into battle. Like the original game, Frozen Islands: New Horizons is both simple and addictive, thanks to its eye-catching, cute and colourful style, though you may find yourself cringing at the dark-skinned, mask-wearing, spear-throwing tribesmen often accompanied by monkey soldiers. (Yikes.) The biggest new addition to the game, apart from all soldier types being available from the get-go, is being able to sail manually around the map, which occasionally leads to random encounters... you have to defend your ship from attack, but unlike island sieges, you don't get a chance to shuffle your army around beforehand, so it's a good idea to make sure your formation is always tweaked. If you enjoyed the original game, Frozen Islands: New Horizons is more of the same with minor tweaks, with tons of islands to battle on, and upgrades to be had.

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Katja's Escape: The Pharaoh's Tomb

I thought we'd all agreed by now (and by "we" I mean "every piece of pop culture under the sun") that exploring ancient tombs is a bad idea. Too bad Carmel Games' heroine didn't get the message, because in Katja's Escape: The Pharaoh's Tomb, the titular intrepid explorer is now trapped inside the dark ruins, and to escape, WE NEED TO GO DEEPER... sorry. To play, just click on things to interact when the cursor changes colour or shape, and pay close attention to your surroundings for clues or secret mechanisms, of which the place is lousy with. Katja's Escape: The Pharaoh's Tomb is still on the really short side, best for players who have literally five minutes or so to spare, but its handful of puzzles are all pleasantly logical without being particularly demanding. Personally, if I were going to go to the trouble of booby-trapping my resting place to keep people out, I wouldn't leave ciphers and deactivation items strewn around... nah, just a good ol' boulder for head crushing balanced above the entryway, but I guess I'm just a purist.

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How to be a Gent

Max Glockling thinks all you need is ten puzzle platforming levels to teach you How to be a Gent, and you may be surprised that this involves losing your legs and the ability to make yourself explode, violently. The short game follows Henry, who's trying to help his beloved Henryetta reach her goals by figuring out how to help her reach the portal in each level. Use the [arrow] keys to move and jump, but don't tap the down [arrow] until you've got Henry where you want him, since that causes him to toss aside his hat and turn into a stationary block. Once you do so, Henryetta appears, and can use Henry to help her reach new heights... especially since tapping the down [arrow] a second time, even if you're in control of Henryetta, will make Henry explode, launching his beloved (and anything else nearby) violently away, which is helpful for reaching places that are really out of the way. Tap [R] to reload if you get stuck. At less than a dozen levels, How to be a Gent likely won't last longer than your average coffee break, and most of the difficulty will probably come from the fact that the controls are a little too zippy and slippery, most likely to allow for the momentum of Henry's explosions. Still, it's desperately cute, with its curiously funky soundtrack, and while it would have been nice to see a relationship that was a bit more reciprocal rather than one person constantly putting themselves out for another, the message of caring about someone else to be willing to help them reach their goals is still a sweet one. Despite some fiddly movement, How to be a Gent is an appealing little bite of a puzzle platformer, and we hope we see more from the creator soon.

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Specter Knight

DoraJust because you're a hero doesn't mean your heroics always pay off. In fact, you fell in the final battle against a dark sorceror, and though he was struck down as well, centuries later he's decided death is for suckers and he's risen again... and that means you need to do so, too. In Iconic Games' action RPG Specter Knight, your old bones have been animated once more, and you'll need to hack and slash your way through randomly generated dungeon floors, leveling up and upgrading your equipment along the way. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move, hold the [spacebar] to defend, and click to interact, though you'll automatically attack any enemy within range. Just watch your health bar, since while enemies not only drop experience for leveling up and gems to spend on upgrades, they can pack a mean punch. You can activate any spells or special abilities by clicking their icons at the top of the screen, too. Since the dungeon layout is random, you'll find lots of secrets, treasure, and even the odd boss fight or three, though many doors will require you to find keys to unlock them. Die, and you'll reanimate back on the first floor, with your equipment, levels, and gems intact. All of which sounds like very legitimate hero-ing business, but I have to question the authenticity of any so-called hero who doesn't speak entirely in HYAAs and HUTs. Just sayin'.


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Kill the Plumber 2

[Note: As of 8/23/2015 the level bug has been fixed. If you had issues playing, please try again!]

There's nothing wrong with being bad now and again... in fact, Keybol and Izzy Aminocv have proven it can actually be very good. With Kill the Plumber 2, the sequel to the original popular puzzle platforming parody, that infuriating, overall'd, would-be hero is headed to rescue the princess, and we can't have that. In each stage, use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to move around and try to stop the hero from reaching the princess or the flag, but be quick about it since you don't have much time. As a video game "bad guy", each of whom you'll play as with their own abilities and weaknesses, you'll need to work within the rules of the game to get rid of him, so don't let him jump on your head! Figure out how to use the scenery to put the kibosh on his rescue mission, which is easier said than done since there's a lot of split-second timing involved. It does, in fact, feel a little more focused on fast feet than puzzling this time around, though once the game starts going and allows you to play with different goons, things get a lot more creative... especially with the little twist partway through. Kill the Plumber 2 is just as beautifully designed and quirky as the original, and fans who always felt like maybe those little baddies were more huggable than the so-called hero will appreciate another chance to win the day.

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Los Angeles Shark

Long before sharks took to the skies with tornadoes and questionable primetime CGI, Mausland was making these be-fin'd behemoths rampage in games like Miami Shark, Medieval Shark, and even Prehistoric Shark. And as the saying goes, "You can't keep a good thirty foot long great white capable of launching itself out of the water to latch onto aircrafts down", and so now we have more bite-y, scream-y arcade action with Los Angeles Shark. Your goal? Cause as much carnage and combos as possible by diving down through the water and blasting yourself up out to chew on everything you can. Use the [arrow] keys to swim, [CTRL] or [A] to bite, and skip to the end with [E] or restart with [R] if you're not having a good run. While Los Angeles Shark might feel a little simplistic with its focus on high-scores within a short playing time, the game is packed with pop-culture and other goofy references, not to mention achievements to unlock, and if you love a good bit of carnage and have a morbid sense of humour, then like the rest of the series, Los Angeles Shark is your sharky soulmate.

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Save the Princess: Love Triangle

They say love is blind, but even the most classic tales (excluding certain animated features) will tell you that frogs are typically ill-suited to marital bliss, at least when one half is human. In cute puzzle game Save the Princess: Love Triangle, the princess has been turned into a frog, and the prince needs to bring her a magic potion to turn her back to normal... though he's a bit dense. He's only motivated by cake, you see, so you'll need to click on the ground to place cake arrows to lure him forward. Click an arrow to rotate it to direct where the prince will head next when he encounters it, and think carefully about where it goes, since you have a limited number, and the prince will gobble it down when he touches it. Not only do you need to contend with steering the prince away from spikes, but you'll also need to either use some of your limited cake supply to steer away rival princes... or, well, lure yours to a sword to finish them off. Throw in some buttons and doors to activate to change the path, and things aren't as straight-forward as they initially appear. Though pretty dated when it comes to gender roles and on the whole very gentle with difficulty, Save the Princess: Love Triangle, is a cute, bright little puzzle game in a simpler vein of titles like Talesworth Adventure, making it cheery fun to kick back with... without breaking your brain.

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Blank Dream

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[Warning: Please be aware that this game deals closely with themes some players may find upsetting. Refer to the first comment by me with spoilers if you wish to know more to make an informed decision before playing.]

In free indie horror adventure Blank Dream by Teriyaki Tomato, and translated by vgperson, Mishiro Usui's left a suicide note detailing how much she hates her boring life before she throws herself into a lake... but of course, that's not the end of the story. She wakes up somewhere dark and wet, unable to remember her name or anything about herself, but in short order discovers that the way to regaining her past, and maybe grant her wish, is to hunt for all the mirrors in this world and break them by ending her life in front of them all over again. Mishiru is faced with either wandering The Mirror World like other listless spirits, who all are struggling to regain their memories and make their wishes come true, or braving the darkness within it. Use the [arrow] keys to move around, holding left [shift] to run (and you'll need to), the [spacebar] to interact, and [ESC] to open the menu, which allows you to use items or load your game. While sometimes the game will prompt you to use items, at other times you may need to use them manually from the menu. You can only save at certain points by using a blue flame, so make use of it when you see it! There are a lot of traps and ways for Mishiro to meet (another) untimely end, so think, but think quickly. If you see a mirror that doesn't reflect Mishiro, well, maybe there's someone else who might like to take a peek inside... ?


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theseventhdoor

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Ever played the improv game where you and your friends create a story by having each person say a few sentences? Usually it ends with a overly dramatic climax of a story with no real plot and lots of giggles. Well, what if you did the same thing, but with a game? The Seventh Door shows us what can happen when great serious minds come together to build an adventure game we've never seen the likes before. Sriden, Creation, Trotter, Amalrich Von Monesser, Roi of the Suisse, Criket, Mapache, and AlterEgo, members of the Famas community, each created a section of this free mystery noir game and created a pretty chilling supernatural thriller. This indie game may not flow as smoothly as other story driven games, but its unique gameplay has got them all beat. While the [arrow] keys and [spacebar] will get you through most of the scenes, each one seems to have extra controls to it. Thankfully it's good with letting you know how to control things, but know you're going to be all over the keyboard. You see this story from two different sides... Julian, a man who wakes up on a rooftop only knowing a name, and Detective Zikas, who is investigating a murder unknowing it will throw him right in the middle of a grand scale conspiracy. With each section a bit different than the one before, it will have you fully locked in until the end.

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