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The Terrible Old Man Cloak and Dagger Games' very short but very creepy point-and-click horror adventure inspired by the classic Lovecraft tale is now available to play online. A group of crooks th... Cloak and Dagger Games' very short but very creepy point-and-click horror adventure inspired by the classic Lovecraft tale is now available to play online. A group of crooks think an old man is an easy mark, but they couldn't be more wrong. [Read Review]

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4.40

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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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3.00

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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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3.80

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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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3.55

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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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4.09

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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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3.73

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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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Gatamari Escape 25

SonicLoverYou blacked out while hiking and woke up in a lab-slash-prison of some sort, and those men guarding the exit probably won't let you by peacefully. As the introductions of Gatamari escapes go, this isn't one of the more elaborate ones, but it certainly serves the purpose of setting up Gatamari Escape 25. The song and dance is a familiar one: click the direction arrows to move around, click on things to examine and interact with them, solve puzzles and crack codes, and hope you'll see the light of day at the end. If you get stuck, use the handy save feature and come back later. Oh, but don't worry: just because the dialogue and descriptions are in Japanese doesn't mean you'll need to learn the language to make any progress. Gatamari is good about that.


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The Terrible Old Man

[8/31/15: The Terrible Old Man is now available to play online!]

Cloak and Dagger Games have served up some supremely creepy point-and-click adventures before, but now they're paying homage to one of the masters with spooky short The Terrible Old Man, also available as a free indie download, is an homage to H.P. Lovecraft's classic tale made in just 30 days. A group of shady characters are getting ready to leave town and take their gang elsewhere, when they hear about an old man living alone in town who's supposedly sitting on a fortune. They aren't put off by the strangeness surrounding the stories the townsfolk tell about him... all they know is he's frail, isolated, and apparently packing gold dubloons in a time where most people can't even scrape together the money for a drink or three. Are they about to bite off more trouble they can handle? Well, let's just say Lovecraft isn't known for stories where everything turns out sunny and all parties are merely involved in harmless misunderstandings. To play, just click to interact with something or someone, and right-click to merely look. Move your cursor way, way up to the top of the screen to have your inventory drop down, and click an item to pick it up so you can try to use it somewhere. You can also save your game from the inventory drop down, in case you need to take a break... you know, in case the ten minutes this game should take is too much.Everything about The Terrible Old Man's atmosphere drips unease and subtle wrongness, much like the work of the iconic writer it was adapted from, and the big reveal is executed cringingly creepily. Don't expect any real answers, as The Terrible Old Man sticks to the original's plot like glue, and most of the puzzles are a simple matter of talking to the only people available and then giving them or saying what they want. While it isn't particularly long or challenging, however, it's still a fine interactive adaptation that's a nice fit for an eerie evening when you want to give yourself the shivers without devoting too much time to it.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection

TrickyIn the year of 20XX, a super compilation named the Mega Man Legacy Collection was released. CAPCOM and Digital Eclipse created the Mega Man Legacy Collection to compile the first six games of the Mega Man series in tribute to their favorite robot-son. Well, truthfully, one couldn't blame fans of the Rock Man for being a bit skeptical of this release. After the troubled development and even more troubled cancellation of Mega Man Legends 3, very little has been seen in the way of full releases for the Blue Bomber. Sure there have been fun fan-games like Mega Man: Day In The Limelight 2, and intruiging semi-official curiosities like Street Fighter X Mega Man, but when it comes to celebrating the character's history, you'd have to look to a different company and a work much more focusing on smashing and brotherliness, rather than the platforming and Robot Masters that the series is known for. And, of course, as a casual gaming site, we would be bereft not to mention series co-creator Keiji Inafune and the production of his strangely familiar-seeming Mighty No 9. Still, as the series is legally brought to the PC for the first time, the Mega Man Legacy Collection doesn't feel like the mercenary retro-cash-grab it could have. It feels like a true attempt at preserving of gaming history (let alone some really fun games) and, for the most part, the mechanical-heart powering its production appears to be in the right place.


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Hidden Expedition:  Dawn of Prosperity,

GrinnypLife as an agent of H.E.L.P. (Hidden Expedition League of Preservation) is never dull. Why, just today you and your sidekick Sam are jetting off to the wilds of Montana to investigate both a strange radio signal and recent seismic activity in the area. All you need is your trusty H.E.L.P. box and some brain power and you'll have the whole thing solved by tea time. Never mind the suspicious scientific installation just down the road and the mysteriously missing child genius, you've got a job to do! Yes, the Hidden Expedition team is at it again with their latest hidden object adventure, Hidden Expedition: Dawn of Prosperity, the ninth in the series. Eipix interactive and Big Fish Games have once again gifted us with with top of the line adventuring and hidden object finding along with a soupcon of trivia learning.


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guilt

Lori.hWarning:This game deals with a theme that some may find triggering. Please look to my comment for more information.

Lost and alone in the dark woods, our heroine must find her way to sanctuary. With the strength to pull herself up onto the muddy cliffs and the will to descend into the dark caverns, finding a way out seems to be a feat feasible until she runs into mysterious goo-like monsters who are seeking her out to devour her very soul. GUILT by Ylzor is a chilling free indie horror game of stealth where you must find a way to pass the monsters without gaining their attention, or at least be quick enough to escape once you are spotted. The woods seem almost endless, and the caves so vast it will take all she has to keep moving even as she is being haunted. This dark tale will have you in goosebumps, as well as breaking your heart when the real story unfolds. While the difficulty is a tad frustrating and so is not for those with slow reflexes, GUILT is worth all the time you put into it and all the restarts you'll have to take. But in the end while you'll be happy the terror is over you'll find yourself wishing there was more.


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sisyphusreborn

Lori.hWaking up you find yourself not only in a new land, but almost seemingly a new world. A world with very little in it. The few people there do only one thing... dig holes, refill them, and start again, all in the relentless heat of the desert sun. The only real answer you can receive from these nameless emotionless diggers is "We live to dig. And we dig to live.". Sisyphus Reborn is a free indie existential point-and-click adventure game that explores what it means to live. Heavy with atmosphere, Myshkin Entertainment's narrative driven game is short but powerful with its use of art, as well as the beautiful music that accompanies every scene. Simple to play, all you need is a mouse. Click to move or examine items that have a name when the cursor is over it, and right-click to examine closer and gain more detail. On occasion, you must re-examine or "re-speak" with people to gain vital clues to help you on your mission... that mission being, of course, to live. And to live is to dig.


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Heatwave

SatoriNote: Please be warned that players with a sensitivity to flashing lights or flickering images may wish to avoid this game. Dai Araiguma's just your average teenage raccoon. He's studying mechanical engineering at NLA-U, learning Nipponese on the side, and enjoys anime, americanime, and a bit of massively multiplayer online gaming on his cyberdeck until the power in his tenement goes out during a particularly intense heatwave. Things being what they are in his low-rent California neighborhood in a cyberpunk future, all the doors are on a network and he'd better come up with a way to cool off and get out unless he wants to spend the next day or two living as a pan-fried sardine. Heatwave, a short and endearing point-and-click furry adventure from Scavenger, takes place in the same anthropomorphic future as his Death Wore Endless Feathers. With the aid of Mujina, an adorable holographically-projected AI personality, help Dai find a way to survive the heatwave, and maybe learn a thing or two about friendship, community and self-reliance in the process in this brief tale that's just as unique and touching as it is imaginative.


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Stray Cat Crossing

DoraLate one night by the side of a dark road, you come across a sobbing little girl who you decide to escort home. The girl's name is Cat, and she doesn't seem to speak much, but when you chase after her to retrieve the scarf you leant her on the walk home, you discover that's the least strange thing about her. In Fridge Games' surreal indie horror adventure game Stray Cat Crossing, things take a turn for the weird when you find yourself trapped inside Cat's house. Doll-faced gentlemen. Baby-faced dogs. Winding hallways, disturbing nurseries, chattering nutcrackers, bandaged children... and that's just for starters. Use the [arrow] keys to move, hold left [shift] to run, and [ESC] or [X] to open the menu, with the [spacebar] or [Z] to interact. To save your game, find the little child wearing bandages and they'll snap your photo. The more you explore, the stranger things become, and you'll have to think outside the box if you want to find a way out. With gorgeous hand-drawn pixel-art, and a stellar moody soundtrack, Stray Cat Crossing is as unnerving as it is captivating, and delivers a gorgeously otherworldly adventure with a bittersweet story, though perhaps one a little heavily reliant on style and symbolism, and possessed of some annoying repetitive puzzles.


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Fran Bow

Dora[Note: Please be warned that this game contains scenes of intense violence and gore, and deals with subject matter that may be upsetting to some.]

Little Fran Bow, the star of Killmonday Games' indie horror point-and-click adventure title, can barely remember happier times, even though she's still just a child. Following the brutal murder of her parents, she's locked away inside the Oswald Asylum mental institution for children, where therapists and new medicines try to help her unlock the secrets of her past so she can heal... though Fran insists she's fine. All Fran wants is to figure out who (or what) killed her parents, and find her beloved cat, Mr. Midnight, though she's not allowed to leave. But since when have the rules (and a foreboding dream or two) ever gotten in the way of anything? You quickly discover that there's something very wrong in the Asylum... through the use of her pills, Fran can see the monstrous shadows that loom over everyone, and it seems like the other kids are aware of them too, though they can't escape them. Fran stages a daring escape, but the world is dark and full of danger, and while horrific visions and creatures plague her every step, including the horned beast that taunts her dreams, Fran pushes onward. But is she ready for what she may find even if she survives? Nightmarish, darkly whimsical, and creatively perverse, Fran Bow is an engaging game with an inventive story and characters... if you can stomach it.


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Keeper of the Grove 3

DoraIn booblyc's Keeper of the Grove 3, the latest installment in the bright tower defense strategy series, everyone wants to go green, but some, like the evil sorcerer sending his minions to swarm your magical grove and steal its protons, have a weird idea of what that entails. Naturally, this cannot stand! You need your protons for... stuff!... and thangs... so you'll have to enlist the help of the land's protectors to drive the evil forces away. In each level, use gold gained from defeating enemies to place defensive critters along the paths to protect your protons from being carried off. It's a little like Cursed Treasure in that you're trying to protect your jewel-like protons from being carted off, but here at least if you slay an enemy trying to abscond with one, you can pass your cursor over it to send it back to your cache. Need a little boost? Then activate the single-use powerups when you find them from slain foes to activate helpful spells like flames! Each defensive unit has different abilities, and while they can be upgraded during battle to be more powerful, you'll want to spend any gems you earn to permanently boost your skills between stages. If you really want to make your defenders powerful, however, you'll seek out the Stones of Knowledge in levels and pay them to unlock new defender upgrade types. You'll know them when they see them... they look like such big, strong hands, don't they?


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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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