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  • On the Edge of Earth: 5000On the Edge of Earth: 5000 —September 15, 2014— On the Edge of Earth: 5000 is a sci-fi adventure game by Roope Tamminen, originally developed for the Ludum Dare 48 game jam under the theme of "Connected Worlds". In it, you play as an astronaut attempting to terraform a world, using a whole bunch of sciencey stuff he doesn't quite remember how to use. While enjoyment will on the player's tolerance for tinkering, On the Edge of Earth: 5000 is a charming experience that rewards experimentation.
  • Hero and DaughterHero and Daughter —September 13, 2014— Tongue firmly planted in cheek and, um, assets spilling out all over the place, this dungeoncrawling RPG translated by vgperson and created by Tachi follows Ralph, a hero busted back down to level one, as he summons powerful female companions to help defeat the Dark Lord.
  • Aries Escape: Episode No.14Aries Escape: Episode No.14 —September 13, 2014— While browsing a new display at the fine arts museum one day, you wind up trapped inside a strange exhibition. The artwork here is quite puzzling—literally. To escape these rooms, to even find the door, you need to collect clues and useful items, then use them to solve a series of puzzles.
  • Button Escape 24Button Escape 24 —September 13, 2014— There are eleven buttons you need to find and click in order to escape from this challenge by Tototo Room, but first you need to get in touch with nature to solve the puzzles in your way...
  • Maestro: Dark TalentMaestro: Dark Talent —September 12, 2014— A musical prodigy appears out of nowhere, but her talents are deadly, and you'll need to race to stop her before the dark forces commanding her destroy the city and your friend Kate in the latest hidden-object adventure from ERS Game Studios.
  • Pirateers 2Pirateers 2 —September 12, 2014— What do you do with an action-adventure pirate game sequel? Well, if it's Labu Games' Pirateers 2, you should play it, whether it's ear-ly in the morning or not! An upgraded sequel that improves on the original in every area, Pirateers 2 is a rollicking sea excursion, only slightly marred by unsubtle developer funding requests.
  • Monsterland 4: One More JuniorMonsterland 4: One More Junior —September 12, 2014— Those kids. There's just never enough attention, positive, negative or whatnot, to please them. Quality time is perhaps overrated, at least as far as monster dad is concerned. He only wants to sleep. Which just means more fun for Junior and Jenny as they find ways to wake him from his nap in yet another installment of Alma Games' nap-busting physics puzzle. 36 more levels, including bonus levels plus plenty of achievements, are just the right level of chill and thinky to keep you alert and engaged throughout.
  • Goblin SwordGoblin Sword —September 11, 2014— Dodge traps, fireballs, cannons and more while you hunt for treasure and unlock relics in this action-packed platformer for your iOS! With a classic console feel and gorgeous retro style, Goblin Sword is a pitch-perfect love letter to old school gaming.
  • Elventales: The ArcaneryElventales: The Arcanery —September 11, 2014— An army of elves stormed a deep and deadly labyrinth, and now you're the only soldier left alive. In this action-adventure RPG, infused with a touch of roguelike, you must brave dangerous monsters, avoid fearsome traps, and find your way to the exit! Forge powerful equipment, master mighty arcane magics, and learn and exploit your enemy's weaknesses to survive the dungeon!
  • Mori RoomMori Room —September 11, 2014— Mori Room's coyly playful design makes up for those unintuitive moments in which you might ponder over strange item uses here. But that's all part of the charming whimsy we've come to know Yonashi for. This time around a chameleon and other friends, both animal and inanimate, will guide you through puzzle-solving until you make your way out for an awesome escape.
  • ClimboClimbo —September 10, 2014— An adorable platform game with a gravity-bending mechanic at its core. You play as a diminutive green climber navigating traps and collecting balls of light in a forest where physics don't exactly apply.
  • Weekday Escape N°40Weekday Escape N°40 —September 10, 2014— Elle? She's... indisposed. But just because she's been, um, NOT kidnapped doesn't mean Weekday Escape doesn't have everything you need to get past Hump Day. Choko-Chai, Gotmail.jp, and Yamino Kagura serve up three escapes in three different flavours!
  • Dame CelesteDame Celeste —September 9, 2014— In the desert land of Ecta, cities are wasting away for the want of water. Only the Walrus King controls the water and that selfish jerk is refusing to give any out. Escape his dungeon as Dame Celeste, slip past guards, collect water and outfits and hopefully stop the Walrus King in his selfish ways.
  • Room 39Room 39 —September 9, 2014— It might be billed as a five minute escape, but depending on how easily you find and decipher clues in TomaTea's latest lovely trap, that might not be so true! Regardless of how long it takes you, this one is every bit as clever and satisfying as you'd hope.
  • Plexus Puzzles: Fun to BootPlexus Puzzles: Fun to Boot —September 8, 2014— Plexus revisits a classic nursery rhyme with their latest jigsaw puzzle, as you swap and rotate pieces to assemble the scene, but with the edges of each piece anything but obviously defined, you'll find this one is as sneaky as the rest.
  • LocomLocom —September 7, 2014— Plunge down into the sewers for platforming fun with a plumbing protagonist (though maybe not that Italian one you've heard so much about). This hero carries a tank of pressurized water on his back, and it lets him run, jump, and even fly! Aim the nozzle and fire streams of water to move in the opposite direction. Master this unusual form of locomotion, and survive the sewers!
  • Idle VillageIdle Village —September 7, 2014— A little city-building simulation with your incremental gaming? Build a 3D village from the ground up, from potatoes to rugmaking to jewelry in this new offering from Supercluster. All this and more, from a title still very actively being developed, has put Idle Village firmly on the map.
  • Alexia Crow: The Pandora's BoxAlexia Crow: The Pandora's Box —September 6, 2014— Alexia Crow, protagonist of QuestTracers' series of point-and-click adventures makes a choice and becomes a hero in Alexia Crow: The Pandora's Box. This concluding chapter of the trilogy contains many of the positives and the negatives of previous installments: gorgeous art and interesting puzzles marred by a clunky interface. But fans of the series should definitely be glad to see how this story ends.
  • Alice House: No. 3 House of White RabbitAlice House: No. 3 House of White Rabbit —September 6, 2014— Short, sweet, and perhaps a bit too simple, this latest installment of Funkland's escape series traps you in a very frilly parlor indeed, and you'll need to find items with lizards on them before you can get out.
  • Fierce Tales: Feline SightFierce Tales: Feline Sight —September 5, 2014— A band of leopards has been terrorizing the town, and when it becomes apparent someone is controlling them, only the woefully under-qualified and unequipped local vet who locks herself in her house by accident can stop them in this campy but gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
  • 10 Gnomes in Venice10 Gnomes in Venice —September 5, 2014— Mateusz Skutnik takes his popular point-and-click puzzle series to the streets of Venice, where crisp photography enlivens the beautiful black-and-white locale as you scour every inch to find ten gnomes before your ten minutes are up.
  • SacrifireSacrifire —September 5, 2014— Your human minions have failed you! Time to turn to the undead to gather up your needed sacrificial cows. Keep your minions on their toes as they dodge around the enemies to capture the poor bovine.
  • Angry Birds StellaAngry Birds Stella —September 4, 2014— Free for iOS and Android, Rovio's latest installment in their popular physics puzzle franchise stars pink birdie Stella, as she sets out to retrieve a map stolen by a band of evil piggies and their mysterious, feathered queen. Gorgeous artwork and crafty levels await, but so does an obnoxious inter-level ad system.
  • Spirits of ElduurnSpirits of Elduurn —September 4, 2014— Purge a planet of demons in this simple yet lovely sliding puzzle game, as you control two spirits who move at the same time and must collect sparks to banish evil without destroying themselves in the process!
  • Demons Down UnderDemons Down Under —September 3, 2014— Take up the mantle of a gun-toting swordsman bunny rabbit in the Binding of Issac inspired roguelike, Demons Down Under! With eight unique weapons, upgrades galore, and a whole slew of demonic enemies to take down, this game will keep your paws on the keyboard and your whiskers at attention for a while!
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