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Call of Sword One boy can save the world, if he can hold on to the sword that grants him the power to do so in this action-platformer from Eyesteam with simple, easy-to-pick-up combat, and b... One boy can save the world, if he can hold on to the sword that grants him the power to do so in this action-platformer from Eyesteam with simple, easy-to-pick-up combat, and big levels to leap around and explore for secrets. [Read Review]

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Just Golf Just Golf? Just Golf! Sometimes a physics puzzle doesn't need to be complicated to be good. Aim and choose the power of your swing to help get your ball past obstacles and into... Just Golf? Just Golf! Sometimes a physics puzzle doesn't need to be complicated to be good. Aim and choose the power of your swing to help get your ball past obstacles and into the hole in as few strokes as possible on each level. [Read Review]

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4.58

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You're Grounded! What's a boy genius to do when he's stuck inside his room and the city is about to be destroyed? Well, with a little help from his future and past selves, he'll warp time itsel... What's a boy genius to do when he's stuck inside his room and the city is about to be destroyed? Well, with a little help from his future and past selves, he'll warp time itself to save the day in this clever point-and-click puzzle game. [Read Review]

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Luka & Lara: Robo Abduction Don't you just hate getting abducted by robot aliens? In this short, cute, kid-friendly point-and-click puzzle escape, Luke and Lara have been kidnapped! Figure out the correct... Don't you just hate getting abducted by robot aliens? In this short, cute, kid-friendly point-and-click puzzle escape, Luke and Lara have been kidnapped! Figure out the correct things to click on in each area to make a path for them to move forward. [Read Review]

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3.56

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G-Switch 2 More fast-paced gravity flipping action? You got it! Think and react fast to invert gravity to help your character sail over and around obstacles as they race along a twisting ... More fast-paced gravity flipping action? You got it! Think and react fast to invert gravity to help your character sail over and around obstacles as they race along a twisting course, by yourself or with up to eight friends in local multiplayer, or against the computer! [Read Review]

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4.35

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Excavate! You've been put in charge of a dig team and sent to a site known to have ruins scattered throughout it. There are sites to be explored and inspected, structures to dig out, fin... You've been put in charge of a dig team and sent to a site known to have ruins scattered throughout it. There are sites to be explored and inspected, structures to dig out, finds to catalogue and more, but you've only got 14 days to do it all in this simple but clever little simulation/puzzle game from Script Welder. [Read Review]

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4.02

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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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4.33

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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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2.90

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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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Cube Escape: The Mill

DoraYou've come a long, long way, baby, and in Rusty Lake's immensely popular creepy and surreal escape series, you've got miles to go before you sleep. In Cube Escape: The Mill, also free for iOS and Android, once again you're surrounded by four walls (plus a ceiling a floor, naturally) and a whole lot of cryptic contraptions that don't seem to be working. Click on things to interact, and use the tiny black arrows at the edges of the screen to move around the room. To use an item, click it in your inventory on the right, and then again wherever you'd like to try it. There is, as usual, no changing cursor, so make sure you hunt everywhere. Sometimes you may need to click things in the right spot to interact with them properly, and if things get weird, well... this is a Rusty Lake game we're talking about. And yes, you will want to gird your loins for a jumpscare or two.


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Call of Sword

In Eyesteam's action-packed platformer Call of Sword, swords aren't actually swords. ... well, I mean, yeah, they are, you can totally do sword-y stuff with them, like stabbing and cutting a tin can in half on late night TV. But they're actually powerful symbols of leadership and alien technology that might be able to save a crumbling world, so when a young boy discovers one, it's sort of a big deal... not that other people are content to let him hold on to it. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move and jump, with [C] or [L] to attack, and press [S] or the down [arrow] to block. If you can reach a ledge, our hero will pull himself onto it, and he can also wall-jump to reach high places. Make sure you keep an eye on your health in the upper-left corner (healing items can be found in crates), and touch terminals to save. Call of Sword's gameplay is simple, but well-executed, though maybe not as fast as some might hope for. You'll need to make use of blocking to get enemies to open themselves to attack, and crawling around the big, lovely levels is fun. It's considerably more complex than Eyesteam's previous titles, and looks great too. Though it may start to feel a little repetitive, Call of Sword is still a fun, well-crafted action platformer for the spiky young swordsman out to save the world in all of us.

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Just Golf

Sometimes a game is exactly what it says on the tin, and Mad Puffers' physics puzzler Just Golf is, well, just that. In each stage, use the mouse to aim, then click to select your swing strength, and try to get your ball into the hole in as few strokes as possible. If your ball passes over a subtraction token, the number of strokes pictured will be deducted from your level score. And that's... it, really. Just Golf really is just golf, with no frills or real surprises to be had, not that that's a bad thing. The ball will roll on grass, but not on sand, whereas water will just make the ball sink so you waste the shot, and some holes may require trick shots to get around hazards, making it more challenging than it seems. Just Golf is a pleasantly mellow, straight-forward physics puzzle game to pass the time, and that's just fine by us.

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Gunspell

DoraBest regarded as a gonzo match-3 RPG Puzzle Quest-alike, Ino-Co's Gunspell, also available free-to-play on iOS and Android, is a little bit bonkers in a good way. As the game opens, you play good ol' John D., a policeman in search of his sister, Alex, who he quickly discovers he doesn't know as well as he thinks. In short order, you find yourself stranded in a bizarre world full of monsters, demons, and the undead, because of course you do, and the only way to defeat them is in turn-based match-3 combat, because of course it is. Swap any two adjacent tiles on the board to make matches of three or more identical tokens. Gemstones restore mana appropriate to their colour, while green tokens restore health, purple grant experience, silver gives cash to spend, and skulls deal damage. Your goal, naturally, is to slay your enemy before they can do the same to you, and if you win, you'll be granted treasure and even valuable equipment. Of course, that's just the basics. You've got an inventory of weapons and armor with passive and other abilities, magic spells, quests, and more. The end result is a goofy and enjoyable match-3 hybrid with a great aesthetic and simple yet addictive gameplay, but frustrating remnants from its free-to-play roots and some rough edges make the desktop version feel unpolished.


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Alice House 2 No.01: Looking Glass House

Funkyland is one of those developers who you can always count on to deliver a short, clever escape game all packaged up in cute and lavish visuals, and Alice House 2 No.01: Looking Glass House is no different. You need to find five "white kings" before you can get out, but you're not looking for powdered Caucasian dudes in mile-high wigs and stockings hiding under the furniture. Instead, watch for images bearing royal pictures, though many of them will be hidden behind locks you'll have to puzzle out. Looking Glass House recaptures some of the whimsy of design from the original series, albeit in a more subtle fashion. Where next will Funkyland lead us into Wonderland? Wherever it is, it'll be weird... but stylish!

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Whispering Willows

DoraElena Elkhorn's father is missing, and she knows it's got something to do with the strange, isolated mansion he was working at as a groundskeeper. She's been having strange dreams about him trapped inside, and unable to bear it any longer, she grabs the amulet he gave her and sets out to investigate herself. What she never expected was to find the tormented spirits haunting the grounds, or that her heritage was so... otherworldly. In Night Light Interactive's indie horror adventure Whispering Willows, also available for iOS and Android as well as Playstation 4, the XBOX One, and the Wii U, Elena discovers her ancestral amulet glows in the presence of spirits, and can be used to enhance her shamanic powers and leave her body. Scary? Sure, but she's going to need all the help she can get to find her father, especially since she's trapped on the mansion's grounds herself, and she'll need to uncover its unhappy history in the process. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move around, the [spacebar] to interact, and [E] to open or close your inventory. Pressing [Q] will allow Elena to exit her body, which means she can converse with spirits, slip through cracks (no, she can't just pass through whatever she wants), and possess and manipulate glowing objects. She can't venture too far from her body, however, and in her physical form Elena is vulnerable to certain dangers. Though short and potentially too easy for some, Whispering Willows is still a gorgeous piece of spooky storytelling to see you through an evening.


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Luka & Lara: Robo Abduction

So you've been kidnapped by robot aliens. Hey, it happens to everyone now and again! The important thing is to figure a way out in Sunarsoft's cute point-and-click puzzle game Luka & Lara: Robo Abduction, where you need to find and click on things in the correct order to make a pathway for our little abductee to safely move across. You'll also eventually get an inventory to use items from. Some things you can click on are just red herrings and don't do anything, so try out everything to see what works, though be careful... some things can harm you! Despite that, Luka & Lara: Robo Abduction still isn't particularly difficult, or very long, so it winds up feeling aimed more at kids than anything else. Levels do get more complex, though sadly you never do get to play as Lara despite what you may have expected based on the title screen, and the ending feels rushed. Still, Luka & Lara: Robo Abduction is cute, silly, and snack-sized, exactly how you occasionally want your games to be, and hopefully future installments will be a bit beefier.

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G-Switch 2

Back in 2010, we were introduced to the fast-paced, gravity-flipping world of G-Switch, an action-packed platformer where the tap of a key caused the gravity of your perpetually running hero to invert, allowing them to run along ceilings, dodge obstacles, and sail across chasms... if you were fast enough. Now Serius Games serves up even more with G-Switch 2, which keeps the familiar gameplay intact, with polished visuals and its local multiplayer bumped from six to eight. As before, your character never stops running, so just click or hit any key you want to cause them to flip up and down on the screen, running along floor or ceiling (whatever that may be for the direction the track is going), and trying to avoid obstacles or plummeting to your death on your way to the forcefield-like checkpoints. If you hit something, it's not the end of the world unless you get knocked offscreen, and even then you'll just reload at the last checkpoint until you get it right. Some points along the track will speed you up, while others will slow you down, and if you're playing in Endless Mode, everything is procedurally generated. If all this sounds familiar, it's because it isn't substantially different from the original game, though it feels like it plays a lot more smoothly. It's still a lot of fun, and its funky soundtrack makes grooving through endless or multiplayer a treat, so if you're looking for simple yet snappy, reflex-based, high-score gameplay on your desktop, G-Switch 2 is worth tying on your running shoes for.

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Sage Solitaire

KimberlyImagine you are sitting in your living room, bored and with nothing but your iOS device to keep you your loneliness at bay. As you listlessly swipe through the app store, you stumble upon Sage Solitare, by Zach Gage, and think, "Why not? I'm already alone." Soon you'll be engrossed in a nice twist on solitaire games and be glad there's no one around you have to share it with. The object of the game is to clear the board of all cards while getting the highest score possible. But this is no ordinary solitaire game! Instead of one row of cards, there are three rows of three piles each. The number of cards in each pile decreases from top to bottom. Unlike traditional solitaire and a lot like poker, you have to make hands from these cards to clear the board. Hands are very similar to what you find in poker, with pairs, straights, and flushes, though not exactly the same. Hand types and their point values are listed when you tap the hand type button at the top of the screen. But of course there's a catch! You have to use cards from at least two of the three rows or the hand is invalid. That nice row of lucky sevens you were dealt isn't so lucky after all. When you can't make any more hands, it's game over.


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Foggy Shore

Alexander Ocias' Loved remains one of the most intensely debated and discussed games on our site, so his new interactive short Foggy Shore, with music by Stefano Guzzetti, may make your interest perk up, though it won't take you more than a literal few minutes to play. In it, you control a young woman wandering down a lonely, misty beach, moving with [WASD] or the [arrow] keys, interacting with [E] with a prompt appears, and using the [spacebar] to jump. Just... wander. Follow the shoreline, interact with the objects you can find that have washed up, and take in the atmosphere... which, it must be said, is very well executed for a game that looks like it leaped off the original Playstation. The tone is somber, if not quite melancholy, with little touches like the footsteps our character leaves behind and the way the wind tugs at her hair making the world feel chilly but alive, and encourages the sort of reflection the game is going for. You might call it a "walking simulator" if not for the typically derisive tone that's given, so "interactive short", as the developer himself calls it, feels apt. The ending changes slightly based on the things you interact with, and how, and can be surprisingly insightful and emotional if you're in the right frame of mind for something like it. Contemplating the meaning the actions you take with the things you choose to interact with, and how they could be interpreted and be used to construct a narrative or meaning, is surprisingly clever. Foggy Shore is simple, yes, but also an elegant little experience whose untold story can change in your mind drastically depending on how it ends up, making it for a delightfully calm and introspective piece of interactive art.

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Weekday Escape

DoraHappy September, escape amigos! It's my pleasure to tell you that from here on out, every edition of Weekday Escape will be pumpkin spice flavoured. Just really, you know, luxuriate in it. Let it seem into your pores. Buy some pumpkin spice flavoured bacon. Wear pumpkin spice scented deodorant. Think pumpkin spice thoughts. Where are you going, pumpkin spice hivemate? Neither Vitamin Hana, nor Rukonohako or no1game can save you. ONE OF US. ONE OF US.


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Layers of Fear

DoraBloober Team's Layers of Fear, an indie horror adventure game currently available through Steam's Early Access, is not the sort of game to play alone, late at night, in the dark. Unless you like that sort of thing, then it totally is, you wonderful, like-minded sicko. In it, you play a bitter painter tormented by his failures, grimly bemoaning his fate and cursing life one stormy night. Initially the mood is somber and reflective as you explore, the house littered with broken bottles and scattered letters, but things begin to change. Subtly at first, but then with a greater sense of urgency and wrongness, and the more you look around, the more it becomes apparent that something happened here... but what? Use [WASD] to move around, holding left [shift] to move a little faster, and the mouse to interact. The game uses physics-based controls... click on a drawer with an icon to mark it as interactive, for instance, and push or pull the mouse away from yourself to slide it open and shut. If you find an item you can carry, like a key, it'll be used automatically when you click on the object that needs it. The farther you go into the house, the darker things get, and every door and new corner only gets you more and more lost. Layers of Fear is a macabre, beautiful horror game with finely crafted scares, atmosphere, and a disturbing story to match that focuses on the dangers of obsession, though its "on rails" experience and limited gameplay may not be for everyone.


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Excavate!

DoraIn Script Welder's puzzle sim Excavate!, you've been hired by a university to lead excavations surrounding an old cemetery, but you've got 14 days and they want to see the best results you can get in that time. Pick your crew of four, taking into consideration their proficiency in skills that impact your work, such as Perception to inspect things or Strength for physical labour, and then set out to the dig site, where I presume your honorary pith helmet, khaki shorts, and knee-high white socks are waiting for you. While you'll start out with basic funding to purchase supplies like tools that give bonuses to actions such as inspecting or clearing dig sites, you'll be granted more funds daily as you catalogue and send back the things you find. The main game takes place on a map made up of various tiles, and each character can perform different actions daily depending on how many action points they have. While certain upgrades can help you figure out where to begin work, when you choose to inspect an area, it'll give you a Minesweeper-esque description of how many tiles away in either direction something interesting is hiding. Dig to find ruins, explore them, and then catalog what you discover to send it back to the university. Accomplish everything you can in a day before your workers run out of points, but don't forget to leave some so you can set someone to guard duty at night. I wonder when you unlock the button to ignore Brendan Fraser's dire warnings and get devoured by a swarm of scarab beetles..


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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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