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3.88

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Monkey GO Happy Hearts No monkey should be alone on Valentine's Day, so to cheer them up in this colourful, cute point-and-click puzzle game from Pencil Kids, find the three hearts hidden in each lev... No monkey should be alone on Valentine's Day, so to cheer them up in this colourful, cute point-and-click puzzle game from Pencil Kids, find the three hearts hidden in each level. Then your monkeys really will go happy! [Read Review]

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3.77

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Blacksmith Lab In this idle incremental clicker game, also free for Android, you'll run a smithy mining various ores and turning them into weapons to sell to clients, while playing the bank o... In this idle incremental clicker game, also free for Android, you'll run a smithy mining various ores and turning them into weapons to sell to clients, while playing the bank or stock markets. Simple but clean and stylish! [Read Review]

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4.31

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The Gatekeeper Matthew is carrying on in his grandmother's footsteps in this short, spooky point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games, as he finds out he's meant to be a ghost hunter, and mu... Matthew is carrying on in his grandmother's footsteps in this short, spooky point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games, as he finds out he's meant to be a ghost hunter, and must trap an evil ghost in a haunted hotel. [Read Review]

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3.32

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The Hunt In this gorgeous but clunky and creepy point-and-click puzzle adventure, you're on the hunt for a malicious forest spirit that has taken the lives of many. Some frustrating pix... In this gorgeous but clunky and creepy point-and-click puzzle adventure, you're on the hunt for a malicious forest spirit that has taken the lives of many. Some frustrating pixel hunting mars an otherwise otherworldly and promising experience. [Read Review]

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3.46

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Arc of Templar Demons have overthrown the castle, and it's up to you to take it back in this defensive shooter from Goody Gameworks. Upgrade and improve your Templar with every level to unloc... Demons have overthrown the castle, and it's up to you to take it back in this defensive shooter from Goody Gameworks. Upgrade and improve your Templar with every level to unlock new abilities and command other forces against waves of enemies. [Read Review]

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4.13

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Coloruid Fill the screen with a single solid colour to win in this simple but fluid puzzle game. It sounds easy, but when different colours and mixing are added into the equation, thing... Fill the screen with a single solid colour to win in this simple but fluid puzzle game. It sounds easy, but when different colours and mixing are added into the equation, things get just a little trickier. [Read Review]

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3.37

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Deep Underground When a bunch of miners are trapped within a series of dangerous caverns, it's up to you to save the day by fighting your way to them in each level inside your ship, flipping sw... When a bunch of miners are trapped within a series of dangerous caverns, it's up to you to save the day by fighting your way to them in each level inside your ship, flipping switches, dealing with lasers and monsters, and buying upgrades along the way. [Read Review]

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3.25

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Tempala The mystical Tempala is just ahead, and you've chased it into a temple filled with monsters, traps, and dangers. Find a way to open the door in each level, but watch out for ha... The mystical Tempala is just ahead, and you've chased it into a temple filled with monsters, traps, and dangers. Find a way to open the door in each level, but watch out for hazards so you don't get splattered, and move fast! [Read Review]

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Quotidian Created in just a few days for the 2016 Global Game Jam with a theme of ritual, this funny and morbid little game by David and Natalie Maletz with Matthew Bumb takes you throug... Created in just a few days for the 2016 Global Game Jam with a theme of ritual, this funny and morbid little game by David and Natalie Maletz with Matthew Bumb takes you through a seemingly ordinary work week. Though it won't take long and may seem repetitive, well, there are a few surprises in store as the days pass.

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Monkey GO Happy Hearts

In Pencil Kids' point-and-click puzzle game Monkey GO Happy Hearts, love is in the air, but it's also hidden under rocks, behind puzzles, and in every weird place you can think of. To make your Monkey GO Happy, you have to find the three hidden hearts in each level by clicking on things to interact with them, and dragging the items you gather from your inventory to use them onscreen. There are 20 levels in all, and in most cases, the difficulty is skewed more towards the sort of thing that the average player won't have much trouble with. But regardless of whether you have a special simian to call your own, Monkey GO Happy Hearts is still a cute Valentine's treat for everyone to enjoy.

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nyctophilia

Lori.hYou can move away from people, you can lock yourself inside to hide from nature, but you can't ever escape what's in your head. Or at least that is what the premise is for Nyctophilia by Cat in Jar Games. This free indie game follows our protagonist as he tries to recover from something he'd rather forget. Fighting his way through nightmares he must do everything he can to stay sane. But when you're staying in a house where the last owner may have not had all his marbles himself there is only so much you can do. While it plays like a point-and-click adventure, this is a "mouse free" game where you move with the [arrow] keys and inspect, pick up items, or makes choices with [X]. The [Tab] key lets you into your inventory, see the notes you've collected or view what your main task at hand is. This slower paced mystery has two endings, a few puzzles and an unnerving atmosphere from start to finish.


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Rating: 3.9/5 (64 votes)
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Chocolate Shop Escape

Before you fire up Chocolala Studio's Chocolate Shop Escape, I'm going to need you to clamp down tight on your sweet tooth, because otherwise you're never going to escape from here. As the title implies, you've been locked inside a small, trendy chocolate shop, and to find a way out, you'll need to solve some puzzles and gather some items, and resist the urge to lay underneath the chocolate fountain once you get it going. There's no changing cursor to show what's interactive, but the design is clean enough that you shouldn't need one. Just click on things around the room, and pay attention to your surroundings... even if a clue seems to be sitting right out in plain view, it might need a second look to make sure you're using it correctly. Chocolate Shop Escape is short, sweet, and just clever enough to make it a nice, light treat for escape fans. Make sure you have everything before you go!

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Rating: 3.8/5 (48 votes)
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Blacksmith Lab

Also free for iOS and Android, AumGames' simple sim Blacksmith Lab is an incremental clicker game designed to give you the big, burly muscles of a blacksmith... at least, in a finger. The goal is to mine ore, turn it into weapons, and then sell those to fulfill orders and unlock higher levels, as well as generate sweet, sweet cash you can spend on upgrades, or invest in the bank or the stock market. Click the material to generate ore, then, when you have enough, click the piece of weapon or armor below to create it, and then the button below that to sell. As you unlock more materials and things to make with higher requirements, you'll be able to buy upgrades that can help you automate the process or improve your clicks or prices. Periodically you'll be given special orders to fill, and if you can do so in time, you'll graduate to the next level. Blacksmith Lab is simple for its genre, and perhaps too clicky for some, but its clean, sleek presentation and voice overs let me pretend I'm on How It's Made, so that's alright by me.

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Weekday Escape

DoraWakey wakey, there's games to escape-y! You've survived a whole seven days. That's no small feat... just ask the mayfly! To celebrate, the developers have been hard at work turning out three finely crafted escape games for you to glut yourself upon. Vitamin Hana thinks if you're so smart, you can make your own way out. Nagamochi Games knows you've always wanted to play with an old man's facial hair. And Sarameya is worried you haven't been getting enough fresh air, but might have gone a bit overboard.


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Rating: 4.3/5 (54 votes)
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The Gatekeeper

Matthew's grandmother wants him to take on the family business she left behind, something Matthew is surprised to hear considering he just came back from her funeral. In Carmel Games' spooky point-and-click adventure The Gatekeeper, Matthew's going to become a ghost hunter like his grandmother whether he likes it or not, starting with an evil spirit haunting a hotel. To play, just click on things to interact, and click two items in your inventory to try to combine them. The cursor will change when it passes over something you can use, so don't worry about pixel hunting. Or haunting, for that matter, since despite the game's morbid subject matter it's not particularly scary, though there are a few attempts at jump scares to be had. Carmel Games rarely try to play it straight when it comes to subject matter for their games, and they've managed to craft a sufficiently creepy atmosphere here. Most of the puzzles make sense, though some small items are hidden in the dark a bit too often, and while it's over too soon, hopefully Matthew's adventures will be even bigger and scarier from here on out.

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Rating: 3.8/5 (32 votes)
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Cookie Clicker 2.0

DoraUh oh, you guys. Uh oh. Cookie Clicker, the absurdly addictive, funny, and weird incremental idle game from Ortiel has finally gotten its long-awaited 2.0 update, which includes new buildings, a revamped ascension system, new features and mechanics, and much, much more. Check out the changelog on the official wiki to see what's new. What's Cookie Clicker, you say? Superficially, it's a simple webtoy where you click a huge cookie to generate cookies that can in turn be spent on upgrades that generate more cookies, as well as some other surprises. If it sounds silly, well, it is. If it sounds strange, well, it also is. Cookie Clicker's charm comes not just from its absurd concept, however, but from how chock full of easter eggs, random occurrences, secrets, and other surprises it is. It runs by itself once you've clicked your way to a few autonomous cookie-crafting purchases, but you'll want to keep an eye on it in case anything... odd happens. So warm up those ovens and limber up your fingers as we discover what's new, and remember... watch out for the grannies.

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Amazon Lumberyard

DoraMaking games is good. Free, professional software that allows you to make and sell or share your games across multiple platforms? Niiiiiice. Amazon has just released Amazon Lumberyard, a 3D game engine currently available in beta for developers who want to make things for PC and consoles, with mobile and virtual reality platforms coming soon. It's based on CryEngine, though in addition to a complete lack of any subscriptions or fees (unless you decide to use any of the Amazon Web Services) and full source code included, Lumberyard makes a pretty good case all on its own. It's also geared towards being Twitch-friendly, with features that allow you to let players chat or otherwise interact through Twitch with their viewers, or even invite others to play in multiplayer set-ups through it. Though still in Beta, any potential tool to allow more people to create games is a good thing, and there are already plenty of tutorials on the forums, though time will tell how well Amazon Lumberyard actually stacks up against its competition once developers really start digging into it. It's a 10GB file, not including some free asset packs, so clear some space. If you need me, I'll be over here getting a head start on dreaming up all the projects I want to make that are far beyond the reach of my current skillset and experience. You, though? Get started!

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OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo

DoraI'm trying to think of a game that better encapsulates my childhood than OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo and I can't quite do it. Free for iOS and Android, it's an action-packed brawler filled with evil robots, aliens, punching, and a whole lotta neon. See, the eclectic folks of Lakewood Plaza shopping center have been fending off the evil Lord Boxman, who wants nothing more than to take the place over and put everyone out of business, including exciteable kid dynamo K.O. and his butt-kicking mom, Carol. When a mysterious energy drink leads to the destruction of the plaza and scatters his friends across town, K.O.'s got to bring them home and rebuild the only way he knows how. With punching. And kicking. Throwing, too. Probably smashing. Simple to play and full of (weird) personality, OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo piles on the old school charm with a heaping helping of enjoyable silliness for a simple but fun classic punch-em-up.


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Rating: 3.3/5 (34 votes)
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The Hunt

Running Zombie's The Hunt is a supremely creepy and otherworldly short point-and-click adventure where the subject matter sadly isn't as scary as its clunky pixel hunting, though superb atmosphere still makes it worth checking out. In it, you're hunting down the legendary Elk King, a demon that's cursed the forest and all who go after it. To play, just click on things to interact. While some objects will display text when you mouse over them, not everything that's interactive will, and since the cursor won't change, you'll need to click everywhere... especially given the game's tendency to hide things along the very edges of the screen. You can click on items in your inventory, and in most cases they'll be used automatically if you're in the right place for them, but others may require you to click a specific part of the scenery. It's this awkward gameplay that keeps The Hunt from being the immersive experience it might otherwise be, with its beautiful imagery and spooky audio. The Hunt could use some more polish, but we hope this isn't the last time the developer experiments with the genre!

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The Great Underground

SatoriThe Great Forest Studio has dug up a cozy adventure RPG for you with plenty of resource mining and survival game elements! In The Great Underground you play a lone miner out to seek his fortune with just his knapsack, pick and a few provisions. Your digging skills improve with practice for each terrain type along with your ability to survey valuables within them at a distance. Retrieve them and sell them at the shop to earn money for better supplies as your skills improve! Different foods and teas each provide their own enhancements and you'll want to be sure to stop by the Inn to get the latest info and storyline plot points from the local villagers in this endearing game with soothing music and hand-painted graphics that's more about character development than utilitarian grinding. The Great Underground is free to play on your Android with hours of play and gorgeous artwork, and has a code available as a single in-app purchase which releases everything in the game, with more to discover and more storyline to encounter. This one is great for digging and exploring on your Android whether for short, relaxing adventures when you just have a few minutes to spare or for long, planned crawls to the depths where the greatest valuables can be found.


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Rating: 3.5/5 (26 votes)
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Arc of Templar

DoraGoody Gameworks blends action and defense in Arc of Templar, a game about purging evil from a castle by filling demons full of lead, and dropping the odd chandelier on them. To play, use the mouse to aim (you'll fire automatically), and [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move around behind the barricade, keeping the demons at bay. You can activate special skills with the number keys when they've cooled down, and stepping on triggers behind the wall can activate traps when available. Slain enemies drop experience points, and when you level up, you can choose to enhance your Templar's abilities, or gain a new power altogether. You'll also gain heroes who will fight automatically to keep enemies at bay... don't worry if they get knocked down, they get back up again! (Sorry kids, that's as current a reference musically as you're going to get out of ol' Auntie Dora.) Just watch out, since if they get close enough, enemies can target you, too, and if you get taken out, you'll have to try the level again.


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Rating: 4.1/5 (52 votes)
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Coloruid
Starchild Ever wondered what it would be like to have a whole bunch of little squares in different colours, and to be able to play with them and paint them any way you like? And if those squares jiggled about like the happy little quadrilaterals they are? If the answer is no, feel free to step right up and see what you've been missing. Coloruid is a lovely little puzzle game where the goal is to turn all the squares the same colour in a limited number of moves. Think you can handle it? Alright, let's get jiggly with it!


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Legendary Mahjong

DoraIt's good to be bad in Amaranth Games' very funny casual RPG Aveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist, where you play the wicked Boyle Wolfbane, whose plans for world domination... don't go so well. Three years after being soundly defeated by a group of sniveling heroes, Boyle and his loyal storm wolf Fang are sullenly scraping by in a dingy little shack in the monster town of Wyrmwood, and looking down on all the other has-been retired villains. But while Boyle might consider himself above it all, when he gets roped into something threatening the world (and the safety of his beloved pooch), Boyle's got to roll up his sleeves and undertake some heroism, or as he calls it, the "H word"... whether he likes it or not. Aveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist is a wonderfully funny and cheeky indie RPG that's positively perfect for anyone looking for something to kick back with.


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Rating: 4.1/5 (54 votes)
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Room 12

In Ichima's Room 12, you're trapped in a perfectly pleasant little room with locks on virtually everything, and a trick or two up its sleeves. If you want to escape, you'll have to solve puzzles that require you to be observant, and even a little clever. There's no changing cursor to show what's interactive, and unfortunately you may run into some pixel hunting here, so if you're stuck, make sure you've examined every surface from every angle. If you want to examine something you're carrying, click it once to highlight it, and then click the big blue button in the menu. Some clues might be a little vague, so you might have to experiment with implementing them in different ways to make them work, and there is one interactive spot that is tucked away in a somewhat intuitive place. But while Room 12 isn't as smooth as some of Ichima's other escape games, it's still enjoyable, with a cute surprise or two inside.

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