List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
Myosotis Chapter 5
—March 12, 2015— The stylish, neon-soaked point-and-click puzzle series comes to an abrupt and puzzling close as PI Rick must solve an odd mixup of puzzles to set right the bizarre events from the rest of the series.
—March 11, 2015— Tony and her brothers Pablo and Octavio are just your average, ordinary kids who can turn into playground equipment, but searching for snails near an abandoned factory puts both them, and their hearts, in grave danger in this clever, unexpectedly warm free indie horror adventure that deals with family and humanity.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°66 —March 11, 2015— Take a break: Slow down, live in the moment, appreciate your surroundings and...escape! Once again it's time for Weekday Escape and this week we have three games made perfect for honing your observation skills. Seek out seven pomegranates in FunkyLand's modernly hip kitchen, play hide-and-seek with No1 Game's little green men, and then search out eleven little grey buttons in Tototo Room's latest.
- • Button Escape 30
- • Fruit Kitchens No.18: Pomegranate Red
- • Find the Escape-Men 141: EM Bucket Challenge
Our Personal Space
—March 10, 2015— Have you ever imagined what it would be like to colonize a distant planet? Jump into the shoes of a space pioneer in this sci-fi interactive fiction. The decisions you make effect not just your relationship with your new husband, but potentially the whole planet. What will you choose?
—March 10, 2015— In this unsettling horror adventure from Maninu and translated by vgperson, a young girl finds herself sucked into one of her own paintings, where danger hides behind a surreal and deceptively idyllic appearance. Nine endings and environmental storytelling makes Bevel's Painting creative and compelling, but clunky and unintuitive conditions for the "best" endings frustrate.
My First Flower Viewing
—March 10, 2015— This little boy and his mother want to go see the cherry blossoms, but before they can, he'll need to find everything for a good (and tidy!) picnic in their small apartment in this cute point-and-click puzzle game.
—March 9, 2015— Atomas is a simple but beautiful free puzzle game for your iOS where you combine elements to create larger ones around a circular board by choosing where to place the elements you're given, and the signs to match up identical ones.
Shape Shifter 2
—March 9, 2015— The bunny, mouse, and elephant are back, and they're still trapped in the same body thanks to a meddling witch! Help them solve platforming puzzles and evade goblins in this cute game, though the floaty controls will make you wish it had more polish to go with its charm.
—March 8, 2015— Completely free with no ads or in-app purchases whatsoever, this fast-paced action arcade game has you running through fire, explosions, and murderous drones with tons of heavy weaponry. Though it may be repetitive, its chaotic gameplay and gorgeous retro aesthetic makes it an addictive treat.
—March 8, 2015— Help Cloudia pass her test to become a weather mage by popping clouds for her to dodge obstacles and dangers as she flies through surreal worlds filled with coins for upgrades in this easy but appealingly storybook-like arcade game.
Princess Remedy in a World of Hurt
—March 6, 2015— In this very retro action RPG made in just four days, Princess Remedy descends to Hurtland to heal a prince, find her missing friend, and save every sick person, animal, tulip, slime, and monster by blasting their sickness away.
Monkey GO Happy Talisman
—March 6, 2015— The monkeys are in Swampville in this latest installment of the popular point-and-click adventure series, and they're hunting for a special talisman... but to get it, they'll have to crack a few codes and help some of the weirder locals out.
—March 5, 2015— Returning from school abroad in France, your new life in America is hard to get used to... there's the local bully who's the only person(s) you know, the kids you're just getting to know, and, oh, the person who had your locker before you seems to have vanished under mysterious circumstances. Find out why, or find friends and romance in this LGBTQ-friendly visual novel episodic adventure for iOS and Android!
Papa Louie 3: When Sundaes Attack
—March 5, 2015— Papa Louie can't catch a break... his cruise ship has been attacked by frosty enemies who have sucked him and all his customers into another dimension! It's up to you to save the day, and with 28 unlockable characters and tons of challenges, you'll be at this polished platformer for quite some time.
A Pretty Odd Bunny
—March 5, 2015— One little rabbit wants nothing to do with carrots... in fact, in this morbidly funny stealthy puzzle platformer, all he wants is a taste of the OTHER white meat. Help him sneak past his disapproving bunny friends, avoid carrots, and more on his way to chow down.and some
—March 4, 2015— The family that slaughters demon beasts together, stays together. Shoot through the hordes of monsters to get back your little baby before he/she becomes a sacrifice.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°65 —March 4, 2015— Yuri, FunkyLand, and Esklavos share the Weekday Escape spotlight this week, well qualified to bust your boredom and satisfy your need for escape with cuteness, whimsy and artistic flare.
- • Chick Hide and Seek 21
- • Girls Room No.4: Eye Shadow
- • The Big Crab Escape
—March 3, 2015— In this creepy Choose Your Own Adventure Kindle horror tale (use one of the free Kindle apps to play!), a desperate phone call from your eccentric brother sets you off on a mission to find and rescue him. But time is running out, and there are things in the dark you may not be prepared to deal with.
- Alto's Adventure
—March 3, 2015— High-score centric "jump and run" arcade gameplay gets gorgeous in this simple but stunning iOS game about a boy trying to chase down his escaped herd of llamas on his snowboard. Changing time and weather as well as simple, addictive mechanics makes Alto's Adventure a scenic, oddly soothing treat.
- Anita's Job
—March 3, 2015— Anita works on a beautiful tropical island for the local cruise line, so when a passenger's luggage goes missing, she's got to track it down in this short and silly point-and-click game from Carmel Games!
—March 3, 2015— Neutral serves up a mellow and mini escape to start your day off... there's even breakfast to be had, which may help take the sting out of some disappointingly unintuitive puzzle design!
Deeply Absurd Chain
—March 2, 2015— Who knows what absurd thing you'll find lurking under the surface of the earth in this strategic match-3 game. Draw a line connecting three or more of the same item to upgrade the item into something new. How deep can you go?
Game One Escape
—March 2, 2015— Chacha delivers an escape game that makes you use your brain, as you're faced with such devilish conundrums as codes of all kinds, locked doors, comfy couches, and... horror or horrors... a coffee maker!
Witches' Legacy: Slumbering Darkness
—March 1, 2015— The forces of evil never rest, and now they're after the good witch Lynn, who only wants to live with her new husband in peace. In this point-and-click adventure hybrid, play as Lynn's mother, who must face countless puzzles and sort through hidden-object scenes as she rushes to save Lynn from an unthinkable fate.
—March 1, 2015— You are a kitten in a catnip forest, and you're alone... at least, for now. Though slow to start, this incremental idle simulation gradually opens up to an impressive degree as you grow and upgrade your tiny kitten settlement into an advanced civilization.