List of All Game Reviews -
ordered by date
- 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.
Charms of Lavender Blue
—March 1, 2015— Nabi's family curse means finding love could be deadly, but she's got more on her mind than romance with school starting... and an old friend who's suddenly avoiding her. A short but sweet visual novel.
Little Briar Rose
—February 28, 2015— A beautiful Princess has fallen under a cursed sleep along with the whole forest. Lost in this enchantment for hundreds of years the cry for a hero has grown louder. All that is needed to save them is a brave Prince with a pure heart and some puzzle solving skills.
—February 27, 2015— Playcademy delivers a remarkably comfy and enjoyable match-3 puzzle game as you help a struggling village rebuild itself when it discovers mystical runes in the surrounding area, though the arrival of a spoiled princess brings more trouble than they expect.
—February 27, 2015— If you love Clicker Heroes, Varagtp's gorgeous little incremental idle RPG with the Paper Mario-esque aesthetic might just catch your eye. Upgrade your warrior and the abilities of your rogue and wizard as you click and slay your way through an endless tide of monsters!
- Grab Them By The Eyes
—February 27, 2015— If you can't figure out a way to pull in more customers, the hamburger stand across the way will drive you out of business at the end of the week in this deceptively difficult game of strategy where the best sign wins... but crafting it is much harder than you'd think.
Find the Escape-Men Part 140: Snow Shovel
—February 27, 2015— It's cold outside in this latest escape/puzzle game from no1games, and your mother wants you to clear the snow away and find a way to get the heater working before she gets home... which naturally entails finding ten little green men too!
A Good Snowman is Hard to Build
—February 26, 2015— Simple can be smart, and this indie puzzle game is simply gorgeous to boot. Play as a little monster who just wants to build bunches of snowmen (and snowwomen!) by solving clever, tightly designed levels with rich atmosphere that will suck you in no matter what the weather is like outside.
—February 26, 2015— Expect the unexpected and all the weirdness you can handle in Mibibli's Quest. When you're not shooting your way to face off against the evil Crocobili, you're dancing to avoid getting shot or talking with satanic cultist. It's just a day in the life of Mibibli.
—February 25, 2015— A relaxing, ambient and minimalist puzzle game. You move your bouncing blue box left and right with the arrows, deleting every box you land on as you go. Some boxes require more than one bounce so prepare to do some mental gymnastics as you try to delete each one.
Find 10 Yellow Cupcakes
—February 25, 2015— If you want to escape from this itty-bitty house, you'll need to do something so heinous we can hardly speak it... find and DEVOUR ten whole cupcakes, solving a few whimsical puzzles along the way!
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°64 —February 25, 2015— It's time again for three more escape games to make your time in front of the computer feel a little more captivating. Get lost in one of Hottategoya's challenging mazes, then find seven prunes in FunkyLand's kitchen before heading to Rose Key's simple little office for an escape-the-room sojourn.
- • Escape from the Dark Maze
- • Fruit Kitchens No.17: Prune Violet
- • February Escape
Epic Boss Fighter 2
—February 24, 2015— Blast your way through a whopping twenty massive bosses, each with their own unique abilities, environments, and attacks, and earn powerful new equipment in this fast-paced follow-up to the original arcade shooter.
—February 24, 2015— no1game's POKO escape is more than a little strange, but that's part of its charm! Can you figure out how to escape with a toaster, a contrary sink, little grey heads, and a cryptic clue or two?
—February 23, 2015— Cheery and clever, this escape game from Sanpoman isn't in English, but all you'll need to escape this garden is some observational skills and a few changes in perspective, making it the perfect break from your day.
—February 22, 2015— Sneak around, craft tools, dig tunnels, and slyly hatch your bid for freedom in this quirky indie off-color action-loaded 8-bit prison escape simulation originally made for the XBOX One, now breaking onto your PC!
Piggy Wiggy 3: Nuts
—February 22, 2015— A pig's gotta eat, and what better than an acorn? Use ropes, bubbles, and more to get your swines to the prize in this physics puzzler. Watch out for spikes and your pigs will be feasting in no time!
The Static Speaks My Name
—February 21, 2015— The Static Speaks My Name by Jesse Barksdale is a first-person exploration-based adventure that takes place in a lonely house with random documents scattered all over the place. And while jump scare won't be showing up, there's no shortage of atmospheric creepiness, as you step into the shoes and home of one messed-up individual. A short experience, but one most disturbing and darkly comedic.
—February 21, 2015— Sometimes it's not so bad to rely only on yourself. Especially when there are multiple versions of you lying around, and they can freeze in space in time to become useful platforms and stepping-stones for you to get around on. Help one man... er, men... escape from the dark place he... er, they have become trapped in. Never has the phrase "pulling yourself up by your own bootstraps" been so literal as it is in this thematic puzzle-platformer.