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  • Sunless SeaSunless Sea —February 10, 2015— Set forth across the vast and unknowable Unterzee in this engrossing blend of Choose Your Own Adventure style storytelling and naval seafaring and combat from the creators of Fallen London... and set in the same world to boot! Create your captain and forge a great legacy, dealing with undying colonists, cannibalism, giant tentacles, and much, much more as you explore a nightmarishly entrancing world.
  • Early Evening EscapeEarly Evening Escape —February 10, 2015— TomaTea provides yet another lovely, mellow escape, though why you'd ever want out of this cozy cafe with its well-stocked bar, desserts, presents and flowers is beyond me! Though it may appear simple, there's more than meets the eye, and this one has puzzles enough to make for a fine and mellow bit of relaxation no matter what time of day it is.
  • My First Valentine's DayMy First Valentine's Day —February 10, 2015— What better way to show someone you care this Valentine's Day than by making them a special box of chocolates? But the little girl in this extra cute point-and-click puzzle game from no1game could use some help finding everything she needs on her list!
  • Rebuild the UniverseRebuild the Universe —February 9, 2015— This incremental game features the very foundations of reality itself as your currency. Click to buy subatomic particles and generate atoms which you can use to spend on more and more complex forms of matter as you go. Protons and neutrons give way to blood cells and coffee beans. A fascinating educational game.
  • What Do We Do Now? —February 8, 2015— Blink and you'll miss it, but this point-and-click puzzle game, developed in just 48 hours for the 2015 Global Game Jam, still has a clever handful of levels where figuring out what you're supposed to be doing is part of the fun!
  • Tsure Game 5.2Tsure Game 5.2 —February 8, 2015— Tsure Game 5.2 is a short but satisfying escape-the-room by Paradise Kung Fu. You're trapped underground with only a plain white box. Point and click to experiment with the gadgets and puzzles all around the cube if you want to earn your freedom. It's not as simple as it seems!
  • Orion TrailOrion Trail —February 7, 2015— Explore strange new worlds in this space adventure simulation. Try your best to get to the end of the Orion Trail with your ship and crew intact. You'll be faced with choices during random encounters which can help or hinder your voyage. Will you make it or turn to space dust?
  • Monkey GO Happy Western 2Monkey GO Happy Western 2 —February 7, 2015— The monkeys are back on another Western adventure, and this time they've got their eyes on some treasure! In this cute point-and-click puzzle adventure, search the hills and the nearby town to find what the monkeys are after.
  • Shiver: The Lily's RequiemShiver: The Lily's Requiem —February 6, 2015— When a young woman appears in town claiming to be the daughter of a former patient of yours and desperate for help, you become entangled in a bizarre mystery that blends urban legend with mythical folklore in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
  • Ender Story: Chapter 1Ender Story: Chapter 1 —February 6, 2015— The land of Ederra is at peace, which is good for your life as a knight at a border crossing. But when a group of armed men charge past, claiming to have "business" with the king, it's up to you to follow and determine just exactly what that "business" is. Ender Story: Chapter One is an engaging first installment of a free RPG.
  • Early Access Impressions: </br> Darkest DungeonEarly Access Impressions: Darkest Dungeon —February 5, 2015— Currently available in Early Access, Darkest Dungeon is a brutally difficult turn-based strategy RPG that focuses on the physical and mental challenges of heroes faced with impossible odds and unspeakable horrors. With traits that can impact a character's personality for good or ill, permanent death, and a stunning dark visual aesthetic, Darkest Dungeon is an engaging challenge, though it may struggle with balance.
  • Impulse!Impulse! —February 5, 2015— This isn't your ordinary breakout game! Impulse! features gorgeous graphics, differently styled animated levels, and tons of power-ups. It will keep you engaged whether you're going for the high score, or just want to experience all the levels.
  • Bored Prince EscapeBored Prince Escape —February 5, 2015— In this cute, short escape game from no1game, you're a prince who's sick of having someone follow you around all the time and never getting a moment to yourself. Find a way out of your room to evade your bodyguards and enjoy some "you" time!
  • Kram KeepKram Keep —February 4, 2015— Tiny vampire, meet tiny vampire hunter! In this creepy Metroidvania adventure, explore a dark and spooky castle for new skills, secret passages, and power-up hearts, in order to take down its dangerous overlord. The twist? Although it make be huge to our hero, this entire castle fits on a single screen! But just because you can see everywhere you need to go doesn't mean this adventure will be easy, and the local monsters would still love to make a meal out of you. Maybe size really DOESN'T matter...
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    Weekday Escape N°61Weekday Escape N°61 —February 4, 2015— FunkyLand, MayMay and Amakuchi Game are the illustrious three designers to make their way into the Weekday Escape spotlight this week. All three's creations manage to pack in a large dose of puzzle-centric amusement into small packages, making them perfect for a midweek break any time at all.
  • Ghostscape 3DGhostscape 3D —February 3, 2015— Psionic delivers a creepy Unity-driven horror adventure in this jumpscare-tastic game. A letter from a colleague who previously spent his career trying to debunk your claims of the paranormal leads you to a dark house with a darker secret. Can you escape?
  • SPOINGSSPOINGS —February 3, 2015— Turn-based RPG roguelike meets Russian roulette in this clever minimalist browser game that's still in development. Hop around different quadrants filled with monsters and items, but the catch is you never know which tile you'll land on! How far can you go before you die?
  • 3 Pandas in Japan3 Pandas in Japan —February 3, 2015— Help three adorable pandas get their camera back in this cute point-and-click puzzle game. Follow the ninjas who took your camera by working together and helping others as you make your way to the exit.
  • DwelpDwelp —February 2, 2015— iOS puzzler Dwelp is everything a good minimalistic puzzle game should be... sleek design, clever concept, and no ads or in-app purchases whatsoever. All you have to do is link up all matching coloured dots in each level. Easy... right?
  • One Screen HeroOne Screen Hero —February 2, 2015— In this Ludum Dare title, you're a knight fighting your way through an ever-shifting dungeon encompassed entirely by one screen. Scamper about, doing battle with skeletons and collecting treasure before the timer hits zero. You'd better make sure you're on the right portal when it does!
  • Ambition of the SlimesAmbition of the Slimes —February 1, 2015— Squelch your way to gelatinous victory! You'll have to be pretty crafty if you want to master this fantasy tactical simulation where you play as the slimes and take over the heroes, free for iOS and Android!
  • Home ImprovisationHome Improvisation —February 1, 2015— Created in 48 hours for Global Game Jam, this wonderfully daft physics puzzle game/simulator has you assembling furniture. Yes, that's right. Use the mouse to snap each peg into each hole and watch your mangled lamps and coffee tables gradually take up your room.
  • Disasters Will Strike: Ultimate DisasterDisasters Will Strike: Ultimate Disaster —February 1, 2015— Those vile eggs are always coming up with some way to bunk up the place. Apparently in the last three games your efforts weren't enough and now the population of dino eggs is at an all time high. Time for you to thin the crowd and save us all from the overpopulation of eggs with faces in this physics puzzle.
  • Lost Lands: The Four HorsemenLost Lands: The Four Horsemen —January 31, 2015— Summoned to a strange and magical world and informed you're the "Chosen One", only you can prevent a disaster from spilling over into all connected realms in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure with a flair for the fantasical and epic.
  • Don't Escape 2Don't Escape 2 —January 31, 2015— ScriptWelder returns with another clever anti-escape game, this time taking a more point-and-click adventure route as you desperately search for a way to secure an abandoned building against a horde of incoming undead. You have limited time, and your actions have consequences... can you figure out how to stay safe and alive?
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