List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
—August 19, 2015— In this fantastically retro explorer platform you play as our pink haired hero who was drawn to this strange cavern filled with spikes and mystery. Search for a way to activate the statues and discover the drive that pulls you ever forward in this gem by Sophie Houlden.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°89 —August 19, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! A terrifying world where the police are out to arrest unlawful nappers! A developer who's had it with you escaping their games and wants you to bust your way out this time! And a relaxing game of the birds and the bees... no, not that kind, weirdo.
- • BLAST! The Wall
- • Escape Plan: Police Station
- • The Microcosm Escape
—August 18, 2015— If you're a brightly coloured seal, the only thing that'll turn your frown upside-down is to be made gray by being matched up with some identically coloured ice. In this HTML5 physics puzzle game, things get tricky as you slice through scenery to reunite the seals with the ice to turn them back to normal.
—August 18, 2015— Soothing, introspective piano music... lovely pastel aesthetic... "I have no clue how to solve this"? Oh yeah, it's gotta be a TomaTea escape, and a wide variety of clever puzzles, not to mention a little painting, await you within!
—August 18, 2015— A charming little physics action game that has you controlling a little boy floating through his own dreams in a bubble. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to avoid walls, spikes, and lasers, and to get your little trooper to the gate that will take him further into his own bed time story.
- Mazes of Karradash
—August 17, 2015— Fond of dungeon crawls? How about classic RPG themes with plenty of races and classes? Feeling a nostalgia for the days where you had to switch out floppy disks to continue on to the next chapter of a game? Then 68k Studios's is here for you with Mazes of Karradash for iOS and Android!
—August 17, 2015— A simple but fast-paced defense game, Invasion has you select your army from the available units, and then drag and drop them around the field to deal with incoming enemy soldiers. Though it starts off easy, things get frantic in a hurry!
The Search for the Dahu
—August 17, 2015— Intrepid reporter Crystal is in the alps, trying to hunt down a strange and reclusive creature, but with the amount of obstacles in her way and the oddball way she solves them, that's easier said than done in this short point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games.
Fruit Kitchens No. 25: Melon Green
—August 16, 2015— Ready for another beautiful, bright escape from Funkyland? This time if you want to leave this green-y picture of '60s domestic bliss, you'll need to find seven green melons hidden throughout the room, some of which are behind puzzles and locks.
Jump Out! The Box
—August 16, 2015— When you're a bug, there's not a whole lot you can do when you're trapped, right? Wrong! Leap your way to freedom while avoiding hazards and nabbing stars in this familiar but highlight polished little bit of physics puzzle action.
The Old Mill
—August 15, 2015— There is a story behind the old mill, where the drunken skeleton awaits. A terrible story that may have been better lost with time. But this young girl is searching for the truth, letting herself be blown by the east winds farther into her past that should have never been entered in this free indie platformer.
—August 14, 2015— Kegs of gunpowder make for an explosive good time in this original puzzle game. Draw a path of gunpowder, light it on fire, and blow up the safe to take your money back from the bad guy. A whimsical cross of a Road Runner cartoon and Robin Hood is sure to delight players of all ages, available for iPad and iPhone or your PC.
Kitchen in Summer
—August 14, 2015— Yonashi serves up an escape set in a cozy but bustling little kitchen, where puzzles and yet more puzzles abound. While some solutions may be a little convoluted, on the whole, the satisfyingly smart and creatively cute design makes Kitchen in Summer an easy recommendation.
The Third Kind
—August 13, 2015— Creepy, subtle, and unfortunately very, very slow, this text-based horror game about waking up from a strange nightmare only to find your house pervaded with a disorienting sense of wrongness was created in just a month, and is an intriguing example of experimental storytelling.
Tainted Olive: Chapter 2
—August 13, 2015— Where has all the olive oil gone? It's not just Italian chefs asking--in the world of Histria, olive oil is a magically powerful substance. Join Silvian, a wayward adventurer with a magic crystal, as he dodges bandits and hunts down these mystical fruits in this hand-drawn point-and-click adventure game that blends aspects of comics, fantasy novels, and good ol' fashioned puzzle-solving.
Rob and Aliens
—August 12, 2015— One pup stands alone against a totally terrifying alien invasion in this simple but fun classic platformer. Use the power of your barks to destroy alien baddies as you hop through levels, collecting bones and other tokens.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°88 —August 12, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! An escape from a second-time creator that starts off simple and gets more elaborate and mysterious as you progress. A room filled with frills, happy music, and hairbrushes. And a bunch of airplanes locked away behind puzzles and codes!
- • Girls Room No. 12: Hair Brush
- • Find the Five Airplanes
- • The Postal Machine
—August 11, 2015— All Pia wants to do is help people, but she doesn't have much confidence in herself beyond her abilities as a pharmacist. When she sets out determined to help a town ravaged by an incurable disease, however, she winds up on a journey that proves she's made of sterner stuff than she thinks in this massive free indie action RPG packed with crafting and randomly generated dungeons from Fantasy Factory, and translated by vgperson.
The Happy Escape 9
—August 11, 2015— If you've ever daydreamed about taking the sort of vacation that involves solving puzzles and playing escape games all day long, Tesshi-e has you covered with a trip to their "Escape Hotel", where wonderful things await those who can find all the Happy Coins... if the oh-so-cozy atmosphere doesn't make you want to sleep the days away and never leave!
Ayo the Hero
—August 11, 2015— Ayo sets out to retrieve a magic stone in this kid-centric physics-based platform game, where you'll swap gravity, leap on swings, make bridges with blocks and more to escape all manner of baddies who want to get Ayo down.
—August 10, 2015— Grow your army, one click at a time, in this incremental idle game from Deqaf Studio. Though perhaps a little too simple for some, a great visual style and casual pick-up-and-dominate gameplay may make it a good choice to fill your spare time.
Game of Loot
—August 9, 2015— Discover the next free clicky-clicky game you'll want for Android and iOS — a tile-based collapse game with a classic dungeon crawl theme and plenty of crafting thrown for good measure by Super Ultra Hyper!
Ishara: Bane of the Sea
—August 9, 2015— Ishara's family promised her a grand ship in return for her exile. When she comes back to claim it she finds they have given it to her twin sister for her wedding day! Chaos ensues as Ishara tries on her pirate boots, but instead of a clean get away, fate forces her to be stuck with her sister or her sister's fiance in this free indie visual novel.
—August 8, 2015— Watch as destinies intertwine and pasts scream out for future consequences in this free indie interactive tale by Eight Bit Skyline. The story is linear, but the choices you make as you interact with characters and your surroundings pull you into the finely crafted drama, and leave you with chills.
—August 7, 2015— Play dominoes in a whole new way in Domino Drop. In this puzzle game, decide where to drop dominoes at the top of the screen. When two or more of the same number touch, they disappear, clearing space for you to continue. How high can you get your score?