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4.33

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Tiny King Tiny King's not-so-tiny cake has been stolen! Help him find out what happened in this cute, whimsical point-and-click puzzler where you must figure out how to make Tiny King pr... Tiny King's not-so-tiny cake has been stolen! Help him find out what happened in this cute, whimsical point-and-click puzzler where you must figure out how to make Tiny King progress through each strange level. [Read Review]

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3.86

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A Day at the Library Crazy Dad just wants some peace and quiet at his new job in the library, but all these kids are so annoying! It'll take some, um, unorthodox thinking to get rid of them in this... Crazy Dad just wants some peace and quiet at his new job in the library, but all these kids are so annoying! It'll take some, um, unorthodox thinking to get rid of them in this short, weird point-and-click puzzle adventure. [Read Review]

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Gift Rush 3 Getting food isn't always easy, especially when you stick to everything! In this cute, simple physics puzzle, swing and stick through each level to deliver cake to your hungry ... Getting food isn't always easy, especially when you stick to everything! In this cute, simple physics puzzle, swing and stick through each level to deliver cake to your hungry kids. Just don't linger near the cake yourself, or you'll scarf it down! [Read Review]

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4.35

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The Rogue Puzzle Game Simple but also simply fun, this turn-based puzzle game is all about moving through dungeons and picking up weapons to dispatch monsters, without being slain yourself! [Read Review]

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3.54

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Sentry Knight 2 The addictive defensive shooter is back and more colourful than ever! As a long knight high in a tower, take aim with bow, arrow, and really rad spells against onslaughts of sk... The addictive defensive shooter is back and more colourful than ever! As a long knight high in a tower, take aim with bow, arrow, and really rad spells against onslaughts of skeletons, slimes, spiders and more, while upgrading your abilities along the way! [Read Review]

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4.02

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Assembots The little factory produced robots can do anything in this cute puzzle game, as long as you tell them how to do it. Program the robots with different instructions to help them ... The little factory produced robots can do anything in this cute puzzle game, as long as you tell them how to do it. Program the robots with different instructions to help them make it past the obstacles in each level. [Read Review]

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Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath Hyptosis' dark fantasy point-and-click adventure series continues and even brings in a little of another popular series, Hood. There's plans to unleash a demon upon the mortal ... Hyptosis' dark fantasy point-and-click adventure series continues and even brings in a little of another popular series, Hood. There's plans to unleash a demon upon the mortal world, and only you can stop them... [Read Review]

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3.27

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Alone on Raven Road Your car breaks down on a lonely road late at night on your way to visit a friend in this point-and-click adventure by Self-Defiant... what could go wrong? [Read Review]

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2.46

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Proxy Interactive movie meets whodunit murder mystery in this short, semi-interactive tale about a group of people stranded in an elevator who are being picked off one by one by a ki... Interactive movie meets whodunit murder mystery in this short, semi-interactive tale about a group of people stranded in an elevator who are being picked off one by one by a killer... unless you can pick which of them the murderer really is. [Read Review]

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Rating: 4.7/5 (33 votes)
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Salvadoor

DoraSoothing pastel palette? Mellow soundtrack? "I have no clue how to solve this"? Awww yeah, it's TomaTea time with the escape game Salvadoor, which is... uh... gosh that's pink. Surrounded by painted eggs, flower arrangements, and puzzles aplenty, in order to get out of the locked door, you'll have to hunt for clues to decipher the combinations to TomaTea's customary code locks. Just click around to navigate and interact, watching the tip of your cursor for a glow when you're passing it over something you can click on, and click the little "i" on an item's portrait in your inventory to view it up close. Doing so can allow you to manipulate them into different things when possible, or even combine them with other things you're carrying.


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Rating: 4.3/5 (33 votes)
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Tiny King

DoraPegas Games' Tiny King is short on stature but big on d'awwwww in this point-and-click puzzle game where our miniscule monarch cruelly awakens from a snuggly dream to find his cake has been stolen. As he travels in search of it, through a magical fanged blue door because reasons, you have to figure out what to click or otherwise manipulate in each level in order to proceed, usually by finding the key and dragging it to open the door's maw. Of course, just because you can see the key doesn't always mean you can get to it, so you'll have to click around and experiment with everything in each stage, be it sentient bookshelf, pile of worms, cow shelf... whatever. Don't expect it to make sense, just expect it to be cute and weird. Each level, apart from the first, also has a secret golden piece hidden in it, and if you want to find out what's behind that door on the stage select screen, you should probably track them down!

Weekday Escape

DoraA most auspicious Wednesday to you, dearest, prettiest, best-pony-est, best-smelling readers! It's time for another installment of Weekday Escape, and we have a batch of fine, fresh, and of course free escape games to tickle your fancy. Elle is off taking her annual amateur piggy-back sabbatical, or at least that's what she's doing as long as I'm the one writing this and nobody is around to stop me, so this week you're stuck with me again. And Neatescape. And Yomino Kagura. And no1game. So I hope one of you remembered to bring snacks and board games, because it's getting crowded in here.


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Rating: 3.9/5 (29 votes)
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A Day at the Library

After his debut in Sweet Revenge, Carmel Games' Crazy Dad continues to live up to his name in his latest point-and-click adventure A Day at the Library. See, he's just started working there, and he's decided his first task is to clear out the kids breaking the rules, the rude ones, the ones being nuisances... basically everyone who annoys him. To clear out all the kids, click around to explore and gather items, and prepare to use what you find in rather... uh, unorthodox ways. All of which beg the question... what sort of lunatic actually bore Crazy Dad two equally unhinged children?

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Gift Rush 3

Johnny123 Birthdays are always stressful, never more so than for the harried parent. You've got to make sure all the kids get the right presents and keep everyone safe and be extra careful no one gets a bigger slice of cake. It's especially stressful in Alexander Fedoseev's physics puzzle game Gift Rush 3, since you're a tiny spider-ball-thing with a mess of sleepy kids who need their cake. Luckily, they're heavy sleepers. In the latest entry in the Gift Rush series, you click to shoot strands of web to swing around each of the 20 levels, trying to get the cake to your kid or your kid to the cake, which ever is easiest. You can grab the sleepy toddlers by pulling them close and you can press the [spacebar] to drop them. Just make sure you don't grab the cake by mistake. Your harried little spider person just can't help himself when he's too close to cake, and he'll scarf it down.


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Rating: 4.4/5 (62 votes)
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The Rogue Puzzle Game

SatoriSometimes all we need is a little follow-through in life. Aspiring developer Amidos found that out when he created a game called Random RPG for a bi-annual Arabian game jam. Convinced that it was a total wash, he stuck with it for another week of overhauling anyway and came up with The Rogue Puzzle Game, a puzzle game deftly shuffling together the feel of a Sokoban title, a look reminiscent of Legend of Zelda, and some utterly killer NES-type soundtrack music. Result? The Rogue Puzzle Game was picked as one of only three finalists in the Game Nomad competition and is set to be presented at Gamer's Day, Arabia's largest gaming event. More importantly, fans became fascinated by the game's unique play experience. Find your way out of fifteen dungeon levels by attacking monsters with swords laying conveniently strewn around the dungeon floor. The swords re-orient as you move so they're always hilt-towards-you, and need to be pushed into monsters. Each sword does one point of damage to whichever immediately-adjacent monster you push it into, but monsters could have more than one hit point. Fortunately, their hit points are visibly displayed clearly on each monster.


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Rating: 3.5/5 (37 votes)
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Sentry Knight 2

DoraThe original Sentry Knight was basically everything you want a defensive shooter to be... addictive, vibrant, simple to master, and totes adorable to boot. So with Sentry Knight 2 here from Justin Wolf, Tyler Myers, Jason Coates and tunes provided by Kat "Dloot" Angeloni, we had our fingers crossed for more of the same... and luckily, it delivers in spades. As before, you control a brave, cute little knight cloistered in a tower and armed with a bow and arrow, while goblins, skeletons, spiders, and all other manner of nasties will try to get close enough to attack, though some do ranged damage. If they topple your tower by destroying all your hit points, you're done for, so mouse over any red potions dropped to bolster your health. Your knight aims where you point your cursor, and will automatically fire. You'll also have several spells at your disposal, which, when activated using the [1] to [7] number keys, will be cast at your cursor's location, ranging from fireballs to pools of poison and more. Enemies destroyed drop gold that can be spent on upgrades to your knight or the tower itself, but also experience points, and whenever you level up, you can spend talent points on enhancing and unlocking new spells. Monsters eat your face off? Well, if you find yourself getting trounced, you might have to replay a few earlier stages to earn more experience points and gold, 'cause it's all about that grind, 'bout that grind, and levels.


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Alice House No. 6: A Mad Tea Party

Things get a little mad in Funkyland's latest escape game Alice House No. 6: A Mad Tea-Party, where to find your way out of this festooned room you'll need to find five Mad Hatter-themed items. As usual, there's no changing cursor to show you what you can interact with, so you'll have to poke and prod while you explore. Once again it's on the short side, with a nice balance of deciphering clues and using items to get you through the puzzles, but if you want an escape that a little bit weird and a lot bit festive, pull up a chair and enjoy. Just don't sit on the Dormouse.

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Rating: 3.8/5 (29 votes)
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Find the Escape-Men Part 121: Appetite for Fall Food

With a title like Find the Escape-Men Part 121: Appetite for Fall Food, you might think no1game's latest escape game is all about Pumpkin Spice Lattes and roast turkey, but no, it's about someone getting trapped in a bathroom stall at a festival. To help them out, you need to click around, solve puzzles, and hunt for not only items, but the ten little green men hidden everywhere. As usual, the lack of changing cursor may trip you up a little if you're used to using it to spot interactive areas, but the festive theme (well, not so festive for your friend) and quirky puzzles make this one just the right size for you to escape from your day with.

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Rating: 4/5 (41 votes)
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Assembots

DoraI could complain that Andy Brown's puzzle game Assembots undoes all the important psychological work of that episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation where Data was put on trial and we all learned a valuable lesson about humanity, but at the end of each level, the robots do a cute little dance where you live, and it turns out I'm just that shallow. The goal in each stage is to get the required number of factory made robots where you need them to be, and they require a lot of hand (metal appendage?) holding to make it happen, since on their own they'll just trundle forward until they hit an obstacle and then turn around and do it again. At the bottom of the screen you'll see a bank of commands that will affect a bot's behaviour. They can dig through blocks, climb walls, and more, but each command only has a limited amount available, so you need to think carefully about what bot you use them on, and when. Click a command's icon, then click the bot you want to apply it to onscreen. Some commands will last until you apply another, while others are only temporary, such as digging only lasting for a single obstacle. In the bottom left corner, you'll find buttons to speed things up or slow them down, as well as the button to restart the level without getting stuck. You might not need to use all the bots available to you to meet your goal, so try to finish the level using as little resources as possible, as fast as you can!


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Rating: 4.2/5 (42 votes)
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Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath

TrickyIt's a crossover more exciting than the Flintstones meeting the Jetsons, or that one time Urkel showed up on Full House! The plots of two of Hyptosis' popular fantasy point-and-click adventure sagas join and continue in Kingdom of Liars: Stonepath, featuring characters from the Hood series. With plots and plans to unleash demon of all kind upon the mortal realm apace, a contingent of the Ashbane watch, joined by a group of allies (including a young witch in a familiar red cloak) has traveled to the ruins of Ardan to investigate the fiend activity in the area. Click the red navigation arrows to navigate yourself through ruins. Move the cursor onto items to get a description, or click to manipulate or add them to your inventory. Once in your inventory, items can be selected in order to "use" them on part of the scenery. If a character is present in an area, they will be listed in the upper left of the screen. Clicking their name will allow you to converse with them by asking various questions.


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The Uncle Who Works For Nintendo

DoraThe Uncle Who Works For Nintendo is the newest piece of creepy interactive horror fiction from Michael Lutz, creator of the stellar My Father's Long, Long Legs. Taking more of a Choose Your Own Adventure route this time around, in the game you're spending the night at your best friend's house, something you do all the time. Tonight, though, things are a little different. A little strange, even. And when midnight rolls around, you're going to be getting a very special visitor. See, your friend's uncle works for Nintendo, and while many a playground kid may make claims like that to get attention, this time there's actually some truth to it. So you should be excited when he shows up... right? Just click the bolded red text to make your choices, and once the game moves to the den in your friend's house, the things you do will have an impact on time as it passes. There are five different endings to unlock, and make sure to play with your sound on for the full effect. Occasionally you may need to wait a little for text to appear, and... things... might happen to your browser, but all of this is perfectly normal. Ish.

Weekday Escape

elleAh yes, October joy: the seasons are changing, the weather is what it is, and the sound of cheering fills the stadiums. In some parts of the world, this month also brings beer fests, grueling marathons, busy costume shops and the newest of flavor trends, gingerbread spice. For gamers, the horror genre is never in short supply this time of year but looking here on the Jigasphere, there's even more creepy, spooky titles populating the review lists. Sure there's plenty of scary escape games to be found as well but that can wait for now; instead, if we were to name a theme for this week's escaper's showcase, it'd have to be "S'mores"—a sticky sweet treat of marshmallows and chocolate melted over scorching heat...


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Following Me

Tia Orisney's text-based game Following Me represents a very real fear as it follows two sisters, Kat and Aria, who get lost in the frozen woods one night and wind up stumbling across something they were never meant to see. Overpowered and alone, their survival depends on your choices as they try to outwit their captors in this tense and disturbing thriller. Just click the text links at the bottom of each page to make your choices or continue the story to the next page. You can't go back, so think about your decisions before you make them, especially since unlike other interactive fiction stories, you typically don't get to exhaust all your options... you get one chance, one action, and that's it. Though well written, some players may find the ending, however you arrive at it and whatever your choices, still leaves far too many questions to be really satisfying, and the inability save and load means to see the consequences of a different decision requires playing the entire thing from the beginning. Still, if you're looking for a creepy "what would you do" type of Choose Your Own Adventure tale, this one is for you.

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Alone on Raven Road

Looking for a short and speedy point-and-click adventure with just a touch of spookiness? Self-Defiant's Alone on Raven Road may fit the bill, even if it's essentially an exercise in bad ideas. After all, when your car breaks down in the middle of the night on an abandoned road so deep into the woods the only the wolves and bats and a guy with a serious skin condition are around to keep you company, maybe strapping on a manky old pair of hiking boots and traipsing off into the wilderness isn't such a good idea. Just keep your eyes out for clues, use the green arrows to navigate, click when your cursor changes to interact, and click an item in your inventory to highlight it for use.

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