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  • Gravi JelloGravi Jello —September 21, 2014— An alien stole your mom! Get revenge in this fun match-3 puzzle game. Rotate the board to slide the blocks around the screen. When you've managed to get three or more of the same color next to each other, click to remove them from the board as you track down the evil kidnapping entities.
  • SolunaSoluna —September 21, 2014— A dark, moody world bereft of sunlight, this game has you jumping, leaping and fighting your way through your darkened homeland to reunite pieces of a Sun Gem. Use the [arrow] keys and [S] to jump, attack and interact with the noirish landscape.
  • AntbassadorAntbassador —September 20, 2014— Antbassador is a physics platform game by Kevin Zuhn and his team that has been declared the winner of the Ludum Dare 30 72 hour "Connected Worlds" game jam. It stars a giant top hat-wearing finger trying desperately to make a good impression on a colony of ants, and often failing. The QWOP-style comedy of political frustrations may not be for everyone, but it has more than it's fair share of hilarious ant-tics.
  • Strange Little SearchingStrange Little Searching —September 20, 2014— This room looks nearly empty. It doesn't even have a door! But finding a way out isn't impossible in this clever escape game from Kamotokamotokamo... you just have to think outside the box...
  • Alice House: No 4. Mushroom and Blue CaterpillarAlice House: No 4. Mushroom and Blue Caterpillar —September 20, 2014— Despite the title, this short yet sweet escape from Funkyland is very, very green as you must use your eyes and your wits to find five different caterpillar objects and solve the puzzles and locks in your way.
  • 9 Clues: The Ward9 Clues: The Ward —September 19, 2014— A frantic phone call brings you to a remote asylum, but things aren't what they seem in this fantastic and campy thriller hidden-object adventure that's packed with detective work, explosive scenes, and a wonderfully creepy style.
  • Candlelight (Demo)Candlelight (Demo) —September 19, 2014— It's just one level, but this demo for an upcoming platforming adventure about a lone candle trying to rescue its friends who have been snuffed out by ominous shadows still manages to tantalize.
  • PokergramsPokergrams —September 18, 2014— It takes five cards to make a poker hand, but it takes ten hands in a 5x5 grid to make Pokergrams. In this logic puzzle, you've got to fill the grid using the cards provided so that every row and column represents a hand whose ranking is displayed along the sides. There are lots of ways to shuffle the cards around, but only one correct solution!
  • Matchstick MemoriesMatchstick Memories —September 18, 2014— Matchstick Memories isn't your typical text adventure. Instead of typing, you move through a series of memories of colored fragments that you swipe, light, and connect to collect. You've got to plan your moves carefully to avoid traps and collect the elusive matchboxes. While the levels are borrowed from puzzle standards, unique presentation and gameplay mechanics make this game a surprisingly compelling and tactile experience.
  • CoilCoil —September 18, 2014— The latest in Nitrome's series of icon-sized, low-resolution games, Coil is a puzzle platformer about a snaky piece of wire trying to make its way through an electric world. Intriguing and as well constructed as its brethren, if not quite as intuitive, Coil will have you wrapped around its little finger.
  • Twelve a DozenTwelve a Dozen —September 17, 2014— Twelve is happy living in the city of Dozenopolis until a great calamity destroys it and everything else. Together with Dot, a perky decimal point, she'll set out to make things right in this gorgeous and clever puzzle platformer for iOS.
  • Escape EternityEscape Eternity —September 17, 2014— Psionic Games is back with another horror-themed point-and-click adventure, and this one's rendered in full atmospheric 3D with Unity! You find yourself locked within a grim tomb, a giant stone door barring your only exit. Luckily for you, some helpful soul has left you several notes to help you escape! But those notes have more to say about your predicament than you might expect... Enjoy both the puzzles and the shivers up your spine!
  • Little PhobiaLittle Phobia —September 17, 2014— A nighttime trip to the bathroom turns freaky in this fast-paced platformer by Deqaf Studios, where you must run and jump and climb past ghoulish dangers as a little boy.
  • Scales EscapeScales Escape —September 17, 2014— A set of scales and a bunch of musical flourishes set the stage for this short yet sweet escape game from Rose Key. With clues and ciphers hidden everywhere, will you be able to find a way out?
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    Weekday Escape N°41Weekday Escape N°41 —September 17, 2014— In the mood for something yellow, sweet, juicy and whimsical? Then step into FunkyLand's kitchen and indulge in the clever creativity of its design. The strangest thing about Hottategoya's locker room is how you keep getting locked up here, a room most remarkable for its three clever but quick puzzles. Yomino Kagura changes up the furnishings only slightly, but adds new puzzles to satisfy the fans.
  • Gemini StrikeGemini Strike —September 16, 2014— You're the only soldier brave enough to lead the fight in the battle against the robot empire in Armor Games' free-to-play bullet-heck shooter for iOS. With upgradeable ships and gorgeous visuals combined with frantic action and a sense of humour, Gemini Strike is a flashy and fun arcade hit.
  • VilesteelVilesteel —September 16, 2014— This dungeon-crawling hack-and-slash action RPG may be simple, but if what you crave is a near-endless supply of the undead to cleave in twain and piles of epic loot, it might just be the perfect snack for a break in your day.
  • SchrödinghostSchrödinghost —September 16, 2014— Schrödinger's cat Maru is sick of all these experiments and his fate being nebulously tied to a box, so he's out for revenge in this short and silly but clever and gorgeous point-and-click puzzle adventure made in just 72 hours.
  • Snoring Before TimeSnoring Before Time —September 16, 2014— In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the elephant sleeps tonight... And that's kind of a problem, because he snores. Bad. Help his animal friends wake him up in this cartoony-cute physics puzzler! Each animal friend has its own ability, be it changing shape, rolling fast, or bouncing along. Set them up like a Rube Goldberg machine and snap that elephant out of his snooze!
  • 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.
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