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Chasing Raisin Chase down a bouncing raisin on your unicycle by balancing and spitting clouds to make platforms. Yes, that's actually a game. A cute one, too!

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3.97

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Sushi Cat-a-Pult Everyone's favourite blue feline is back for a launch game! Sushi Cat wants to get to the moon. Why? That's where all the sushi is, naturally! Fire up and help him get there in... Everyone's favourite blue feline is back for a launch game! Sushi Cat wants to get to the moon. Why? That's where all the sushi is, naturally! Fire up and help him get there in this colourful game, but it may take a lot of upgrades before he reaches his dreams! [Read Review]

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4.13

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Planaris Tetris-style line clearing as a turn-based puzzle? Okay then! Place shapes on the grid wherever you like, but watch out! A full line horizontally or vertically clears that line... Tetris-style line clearing as a turn-based puzzle? Okay then! Place shapes on the grid wherever you like, but watch out! A full line horizontally or vertically clears that line from the field and adds to your score, but it's game over when you can't place any more pieces! [Read Review]

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Blob's Adventure Bouncy, colourful fun awaits in this kid-friendly action adventure from turboNUKE about a blob stranded on an alien planet avoiding enemies, spikes, and more in its search to f... Bouncy, colourful fun awaits in this kid-friendly action adventure from turboNUKE about a blob stranded on an alien planet avoiding enemies, spikes, and more in its search to find stars to repair its spaceship.

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4.04

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Sideomorph In this clever puzzle game, you're a miner whose world has been reduced to a 3D cube you can clamber around inside, and pushing against the walls lets you flip it end-over-end ... In this clever puzzle game, you're a miner whose world has been reduced to a 3D cube you can clamber around inside, and pushing against the walls lets you flip it end-over-end to help you reach new places... and treasure! [Read Review]

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3.54

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Ninja Shape So you're a ninja, but you're also really lazy. All you can do is change shape from a square to a circle and back again. Lucky for you, you can use your environment to help you... So you're a ninja, but you're also really lazy. All you can do is change shape from a square to a circle and back again. Lucky for you, you can use your environment to help you take out the bad guys in this familiar but cute physics puzzle. [Read Review]

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3.76

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Fathom Created in just 72 hours for Ludum Dare, in this clever action game that's still being further developed, you may be outgunned, but you can use your mouse to alter the trajecto... Created in just 72 hours for Ludum Dare, in this clever action game that's still being further developed, you may be outgunned, but you can use your mouse to alter the trajectory to incoming enemy bullets! [Read Review]

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4.04

Earn to Die 2: Exodus Toffee Games' wildly popular anti-zombie driving course is back for more as you are, yet again, driving and upgrading a variety of vehicles across the country to reach evacuati... Toffee Games' wildly popular anti-zombie driving course is back for more as you are, yet again, driving and upgrading a variety of vehicles across the country to reach evacuation before it's too late. So naturally you have no choice but to ramp off a fireball and crash into a crowd of the undead.

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3.24

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Give Up 2 Are you ready for more fast-paced platforming action? You better be, because Massive Monster and Tasselfoot's sequel to the original wildly popular game of lasers, missiles, sp... Are you ready for more fast-paced platforming action? You better be, because Massive Monster and Tasselfoot's sequel to the original wildly popular game of lasers, missiles, spikes and other destruction is here! [Read Review]

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Weekend Download

DoraIt's Saturday, and you know what that means!... well... unless you're one of those brave, beautiful souls who works on the weekend so the rest of us can have somewhere to go have fun at, in which case, I salute you, but for the rest of us, it's time to kick back and fire up some games! This week on the totally-not-conspicuously-absent Weekend Download, we have a speed dating sim with one very demanding pink pug, a plucky girl detective who knows how to wield a set of lockpicks, and a dark inn in the dead of night where letting your light go out would be a very bad idea.


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Sproggiwood

DoraBest described as cheery, quirky, turn-based strategy with a indie roguelike-ish flair, Freehold Games'Sproggiwood, now also available for iOS and Android, is all about what happens when you, a humble but happy Cloghead farmer, are kidnapped by the evil dark lord Sproggi to do his totally evil bidding. ... or are you? Turns out the land ain't what it used to be, and the gentle, orderly influence of your kind might just be what it needs to make everyone happy again... which naturally involves a lot of dungeon-delving with crazy goat women, sentient mushrooms, slimes, cyclops, and more. Inspired by Finnish mythology, Sproggiwood offers a fun and casual but still decidedly challenging and tongue-in-cheek experience that's perfect for picking up whenever you have a spare moment or sixty.

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the iPad Air. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.


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Sushi Catapult

TrickySushi Cat has a dream: A dream of space. A dream of the moon. Perhaps he dreams of things people like us wouldn't believe. C-beams glittering in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. Or, more likely, he has dreams of the lifetime supply of sushi he will receive if he gets to the moon first. (He's Sushi Cat. He likes sushi. It's kind of ''his thing''.) Meanwhile, we also have dreams. Dreams of a game we've imagined since the release of the first Sushi Cat, where, instead of dropping him, you get to fling that cute little round guy through the air, collecting yummies and occasionally smacking into things. (Some dreams aren't very complicated). Point is, both of those dreams coincide quite well, and Jay Armstong of Armor Games and master-of-adorable-art Jimp must've realized it. The result is Sushi Catapult, an action-launch title one likes to think was conceived with the goal of adapting a pun into a full-fledged game... and a good one, at that! At the start of each level, click at the right moment to launch Sushi Cat with a powered shot from the cat-apult. In each level, you are given a goal to clear (collecting a certain number of sushi or traveling a certain distance), by avoiding obstacles and bouncing off of various boosters and collecting useful power-ups, and not-so-useful hallucinogenic mushrooms. You have also have a bounce meter, activated by clicking, which will give you a little more speed and air when you need it. Collecting Sushi makes you bigger, refills your bounce meter, and it also serves as currency for upgrades you can purchase between rounds. Complete all twelve levels (note to game developers: cutscenes are not levels. We can see right through that), and Sushi Cat might just end up a little moonstruck!


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Link Dump Fridays

DoraIt's Friday, and you know what that means! The indie developers have been hard at working making a slew of weird and wonderful free games for you to play to kick off your weekend! This week... try to convince a shepherd to convert without losing his attention. Then do some shepherding of your own as a dog looking after some friendly but fragile sheep. Next, start your job as a conservationist in the far future where you must harvest DNA and protect new life. And finally, use your dumb little paws to make sure your human doesn't get a decent night's sleep.


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Dora[Note: Please be aware that this game deals with themes and scenes of extreme intolerance that some players may find upsetting.]

In Snow McNally's Twine adventure Little Witch Story, witches, and magic of course, are real. If that's a surprise to you, well, the general population and the government aren't handling it much better, with strict regulation and tests in effect to keep tabs on witches. Not that you've thought too much about it, even though you've seen them around school in their special identifying uniforms. But when a chance encounter makes you realise you're a witch, too, suddenly you've got a lot on your plate. Your best friends June and Eli are looking at you differently, the teachers you used to love seem afraid of you, the other students are already whispering, and even your parents... well, lets just say they aren't taking it well. At least you've got the other witches at school to support you and help you learn more about yourself, but you may discover you've been thrown into the deep end when it becomes apparent that something strange is happening to the local magical folk, and you're tied up in it. To play, just click the bolded pink text at the bottom of the screen to make choices and advance the story. While a lot of your options are mostly cosmetic, some do change the way certain events happen, and maybe even influence a little lovey-dovey action,


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Lori.h [Warning: This game deals with themes that some my find extremely upsetting.]
Chronerionent Entertainment's A Fragment of Her is an unsettling indie point-and-click tale about a young woman trying to impress a professor she suddenly begins to have doubts about. The sequel, Being Her Darkest Friend, steps into one of Selina's nightmares where she must solve some puzzles, discover more about herself, and find a way to wake up. This free indie point-and-click narrative comes with much more problem solving than the last, though there still is a bit of hand holding, and still carries on some great story telling in this much more unsettling game. You really need to play the first before jumping into this one, though it's much more accessible... in addition to being a free download, you can play the entire thing online!


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Rating: 4.9/5 (435 votes)
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DoraLegend has it that if you're pure of heart and dazzling of smile, Neutral will leave you an escape game... and why, would you look at this, it's Elements! You're locked in a lovely room and, as always, your goal is to try to find a way out, but, also as always, the way is filled with Neutral's cunning puzzles, secrets, locks, and objects. To play, just click around to explore, but since the cursor doesn't change even if it passes over something you can use, you'll want to try to interact with everything, and every nook and cranny. Click the magnifying glass that pops up when you mouse over items you're carrying to view items up close and maybe interact with them more, and use the save function if you need a break. Pay attention to your surroundings, and maybe take some notes if you come across anything that looks particularly puzzle solutions-y, but don't expect a lot of hand-holding. And just because you've finally opened the lock doesn't mean you're out of the woods yet...


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Planaris

KimberlyHave you ever played Tetris and thought to yourself, "I could be a wizard at this if only I had time to think!" In Planaris, a free puzzle game for your browser or Android device by Bryce Summer, you can do just that. The goal is survival and high score. Click to place a piece on the playing field, and push [X] to rotate it. When you make a complete line, horizontally or vertically, it will disappear, leaving you more space to refill. Unlike Tetris, the pieces are static, and won't fall to the bottom of the board. Push the [space bar] to put a piece in your pocket to save it for later, and hit it again to swap it out for use. No matter how good you are, at some point you have to decide when and where to put an ill fitting piece. The game is over when you can no longer place a piece on the board.


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Blob's Adventure

If, like me, you grew up in a time when console games meant big plastic cartridges and platforming meant bright colours and a whole ton of whimsy, turboNUKE's Blob's Adventure, also free for iOS and Android is going to feel like Saturday morning all over again. In it, you play Blob, who's stranded on an alien world after its rocketship crashed, and naturally, that means finding and gathering all the stars you can to repair it. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move Blob around, taking care to avoid spikes, deep water for more than five seconds, and other hazards. Stars can be found, well, everywhere in each level, and to get them all if you want the gold medal, you'll need to utilize magnets, bouncy mushrooms, ramps, checkpoints, keys... you get the idea. Compared to some platformers, Blob's Adventure is on the simpler side, with an exceedingly gentle difficulty curve and a big, cartoony design that's best admired by the young or young at heart. Even when the bombs, heavy traffic, and other quirky obstacles come into play, it's unlikely to be much of a challenge, and will appeal most to players who want to kick back to its funky soundtrack. With a little more fleshing out of its mechanics and gameplay, Blob's Adventure would have been a real winner instead of the friendly, pleasant diversion it is, and hopefully Blob gets an even bigger adventure somewhere down the road.

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Weekday Escape

elleOh there you are, my minions! I mean, my adoring fans. I mean, people without whom I'd not have had this gig these past four years. You are appreciated. All of you. But I hold a little extra fondness for you right there—look how cute you are, taking the time to read this little intro rather than immediately clicking on those enticing game images below. I wish I had some enthralling and witty story to share but I'm too wordless with gratitude and awe at the moment. So I'm just going to duck into the other room for a few, I, uh, have something in my...allergies. While I'm gone, here's some pretty little escape games from No1Game, FunkyLand and Primera to distract from the awkward silence in the room. Play them in any order that you wish, or tackle all three at one time. This is all for you, my friend. Have fun...


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Sideomorph

Johnny123 Mads Anderson's new title, Sideomorph (that's pronounced Side-o-Morph... we think), is a puzzle platform game that's all about the box. You're a little miner dude, and it's up to you to get to each treasure chest and gem in each of the twenty cubed levels. Use the [arrow] keys to move and jump from floor to floor, up or down, pretty standard platforming stuff. At least until you use the [A] button to push at the side of your cube, tilting the whole thing sideways and changing the layout of the level! Similar tilting mechanics have appeared before in games like Climbo, but it's pretty rare to find a game that puts you INSIDE the world that's been tilted, letting you watch the game world as a 3D object in front of you. There are also springs, the odd enemy monster you have to avoid, and some bonus collectibles that add some challenge and replayability.


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Lori.h[Warning: This game deals with subject matter that may be extremely upsetting to some viewers.]
Selina has taken the plunge. She's moved from her home and into a unknown city to further her art career by studying under the famous Albert S. Seligmann. The only problem is Professor Seligmann is a pretentious jerk and Selina must give it her all to prove she is worthy of his teachings. Chronerion Entertainment's A Fragment of Her is a creative narrative told through a point-and-click view. While you can play the Unity demo online, you'll need to download the game to play it all... don't worry, it's free! In this free indie adventure you help Selina find the knowledge and education to better her artwork and attempt to gain Professor Seligmann's approval. But the longer Selina tries the more she begins to doubt the ability of this high and mighty Art Master. Though a little on the short side and the fact that it ends when things just begins to keep a little deeper, you'll be thrilled to hear there is a sequel and a big promise of many more to come.


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Black Closet

DoraHanako Games' indie visual novel Black Closet is a little bit of everything. In it, you're Elsa, the head of the Student Council at a prestigious all girls academy, and one of your many duties involves making sure the reputation of both the school and its elite students remains intact... which would be easier said than done if you didn't have to deal with thieves, missing students, shady exam scores, and a host of other drama. In this school, reputation is everything, and the rich families and board members behind it are looking to use you as a scapegoat... if the school flounders, they'll pin all its problems on you, and expel you, ruining your future. It's up to you and your group of Minions, a varied group of clever young women like yourself, to deal with scandals as they arise before it's too late. Of course, the eyes of the public are on you... if you're too ruthless in your investigations, people won't trust you. Then there are your girls themselves to consider, all of whom have their own unique personalities and backstories, and one of whom... is a traitor out to sabotage you. In St Claudine's, everyone has secrets and ambition, and you'll need to work hard to keep your blood out of the water. Blending elements of RPG-stat building with strategy and more on your randomly generated mysteries, you can also get to know the young women working alongside you, and in addition to hopefully ferreting out who wants to trip you up, maybe become friends... or something more? With five all-lesbian romance options with characters like the worldly and intimidatingly direct Althea, her poetry-slamming, sassy younger sister Thaïs, the extremely capable but oddly devoted-from-a-distance Vonne and more, Black Closet is an engaging game of boarding school mystery and intrigue with a cast of compelling characters you can, if you so choose, get pretty close to. But with the reputation of the school and your future on the line... who can you trust? And who's behind the traitor... and why? With free updates planned down the line that includes more character sprites to choose from, create-your-own-characters mode, and other surprises, Black Closet is an already robust game that promises to get even bigger down the road.


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Ninja Shape

Ninja Shape, by Pavel Galchenko, Andrey Tyufteev and Boris Strekalov, is a physics puzzle about something we're all familiar with... being a ninja, who is also very lazy. While mastering the ability to turn from a square to a circle and back again with just a click is pretty impressive, it's not really enough to take out the bad guys, who are doing bad-guy-type things, like loitering around with cigars and squinting... menacingly. Good thing your environment has so many useful things to help you land on them to bust them up, all without moving a muscle! Click our hero to transform them between circle and square, and objects in your surroundings to manipulate them or turn them on and off... dynamite barrels and crates can be triggered to destroy brick, for example, and handy suction-cup machines can push and pull anything in front of them around the level. Grab all the stars scattered around each stage for a perfect score! Ninja Shape isn't exactly a new idea... games like WereBox and Golden Scarabeus have played with the same concepts and mechanics, but that doesn't mean Ninja Shape is any less enjoyable... or cute! Its mechanics are well implemented, and offer enough variety to keep you on your non-existent toes, though the fact that you sometimes don't immediately shift between shapes when you click can make for frustrating times in area where timing is called for. Still, Ninja Shape is a fun little break that's just the ticket for when you're feeling like a square. Or... circular. Whichever.

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EBI!

EBI! may not be the most informative name Yonashi has ever chosen, but when the accompanying escape game is this cute and happily silly, who cares? You find yourself (of course) locked in a room, with the usual puzzles, cryptic clues, items to gather... and... a giant prawn on the wall? Hmmm. The bars that pop up when your cursor passes over certain sides of the screen can be used to navigate around the room, and if your cursor changes when it passes over something, that means you can interact with it. While Yonashi reuses a lot of familiar escape game puzzle concepts, like picture corners, the clever and quirky presentation more than makes up for it... though you might not expect all object uses to be immediately logical. But even if it isn't a serious challenge, EBI! has such a goofy theme and a few funny surprises throughout, making it a perfectly sized, welcome respite from the drudgery of the real world, which is decidedly (and unfairly) lacking in buff crustaceans.

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