List of All Browser Game Reviews -
ordered by date
—October 14, 2015— Got ten minutes? Use them to save your cat from the jerk in the flying fortress in this short and silly RPG adventure from 23 Turtles that calls to mind a little of Kingdom of Loathing despite an abrupt ending and a lot of grinding.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°97 —October 14, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! A trio of kittens gets a letter from an owl that entire generations of people have been waiting their whole lives for. Someone goes to extremes to keep their musical collection under lock and eye. And an escape done in a very familiar style that calls upon the skills we've all learned spending weeknights with our grandparents.
- • 3 Cats and the School of Witchcraft
- • Violin
- • Jigsaw Puzzle Escape 1
—October 13, 2015— When a bunch of kids are kidnapped along with the princess for an evil ritual, you need to find and rescue them before time runs out in this turn-based RPG roguelike with randomly generated dungeons. Also available on Android!
- Ninja, Make a Roll Cake!
—October 13, 2015— When royalty is hankering for something sweet to eat, they don't call the baker... they call the ninja, of course! In this cute point-and-click puzzle adventure from Detarame Factory, you'll need to travel around solving conundrums and getting past obstacles to find all the ingredients to make the emperor a delicious roll cake!
—October 11, 2015— Want some cartoony, kart-racing fun? Of course you do! GoKartGo! Ultra! is a hyper-adorable 3D kart racer with nine different tracks, nine screwball animal racers, eight different weapons, and loads of fun. You can even compete against a friend in 2-player mode! Zoom, shoot, and drift around the world, and bring home the gold!
Find the Escape-Men 167: No1Game's 10th Anniversary
—October 11, 2015— no1game celebrates an entire decade of wonderful free online escape games... by locking you up inside a room with a coffin, a punching bag, some, ahem, risky reading material, and other assorted strangeness!
—October 10, 2015— Get by with a little help from your friends... or yourself, anyway, in this dark puzzle platformer by The Shpufa. Use a cloning gun to make expendable buddies to trigger traps and press switches for you as you traverse an abandoned facility. It's harmless... right?
Old City Escape
—October 9, 2015— You're in the slammer once again in this short but satisfying escape game from Pine Studio. But maybe with the help of a fine feathered friend, and a little heavy weaponry, you can escape the tower and sail away to freedom!
Wheely 6: Fairytale
—October 8, 2015— Don't you hate it when your car goes on a date and gets sucked into a movie world filled with dragons, knights, and evil wizards? You just know your insurance won't cover that, so you'd better solve this point-and-click puzzle game to bring your car and his date home yourself.
A Matter of Caos: Episode 1
—October 7, 2015— Mr. Gilbert is just your average hardworking gumshoe... with tentacles, purple flesh, and mind powers, of course. But even he may have bitten off more than he can chew when he agrees to look for a missing girl in the seedy underworld he lives in, in this first installment of a point-and-click adventure series from Expera Games Studio.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°96 —October 7, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! Things get spooky... provided your idea of creepy is fluffy baby chicks hiding in Halloween directions. You'll need to find a familiar green face if you want to escape this lair. And finally, what's behind door number one?!... two? Three??
- • Chicks Hide and Seek Escape 25
- • MA-G-MA
- • Itagora 7.4 Escape 5
Brain Guzzlers from Beyond!
—October 6, 2015— When your boyfriend has his brain guzzled by an unspeakable creature from beyond the stars, what's a gal to do when the town won't take her seriously? That's up to you to decide in this snarky sci-fi horror text adventure from Steph Cherrywell!
—October 6, 2015— All you need to do in this elegant minimalistic game from FRVR is drag the nodes around to untangle the mess of lines in the starry sky so that none of them overlap. It should be easy, but as the shapes rapidly get more complex with piles of lines, it becomes anything but!
We Know the Devil
—October 4, 2015— Classic Magical Girl style tropes meet themes of modern religion in this indie visual novel, as a trio of kids at the Summer Scouts slog through bullies, boring campfire singalongs, bugs, and the fear that maybe who they really are deep inside is wrong... and everyone knows it. Surreal, scary, and close to home, We Know the Devil is about "being weird and queer and wrong and hoping against hope no one will find out when the actual, literal devil comes for you."
Alice House 2 No. 02: The Garden of Live Flowers
—October 4, 2015— Funkyland takes us on a garden maze tour and asks us to stop and smell the roses in their latest Alice in Wonderland themed escape, as you must find five items bearing the image of the red queen before you can leave. It's a flowery, fun time, without the hay fever!
—October 3, 2015— When a bunch of babies are bunny-napped to open an evil portal, our bearded hero springs into action in this simple but challenging platformer where an army of the undead needs to be dodged and blasted with split-second timing across different stages with different weapons.
N's Room Escape
—October 3, 2015— Your dear friend N has sent you a letter inviting you to come try out their newest room escape in this short but lovely game by Tesshi-e, and while not quite as elaborate as some of the developer's other games, a chunk of puzzles and beautiful design make it a welcome treat for fans.
The Mammoth: A Cave Painting
—October 2, 2015— It's just a few minutes long, but this lovely piece of interactive art from In Between Games made in three days for Ludum Dare tells a story of man versus nature that we've seen repeated over and over throughout natural history.
—October 1, 2015— Make your score climb by gobbling down green dots while avoiding the green that spawn for each one you eat, but with different characters to unlock and faster, angrier enemies, this little arcade game is simple but addictive!
—October 1, 2015— What sort of monster doesn't like toast? In this adorable physics puzzle game, you're interacting with a seriously quirky kitchen to help guide a piece of bread to the toaster in each level and help it realize its destiny of becoming golden brown and delicious.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°95 —September 30, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! No good deed goes unpunished when a little amateur car repair gets alarming. An amusement park with a couples' ride that ISN'T the Tunnel of Love. And... you're sleeping with the fishes, punk!... oh, no. Wait. Catching fishes. My bad.
- • The Irritatis: The Road
- • Find the Escape-Men 166: The Escape Mansion
- • Catch the Fishes
—September 29, 2015— With a score mechanic that challenges you to hone your accuracy and rack up combos, this simple but fast-paced and oh-so-sleek arcade shooter sees you blasting down wave after wave of enemy rockets and missiles across three challenging levels with big bosses.
- Molly's Donuts Escape
—September 27, 2015— Chocolala Studios serves up an escape that's pretty in pink and sugary sweet to boot, as you find yourself trapped in a frilly room that's filled with treats as well as a handful of puzzles and mysterious coins!
—September 27, 2015— You are assigned to investigate why an AI facility has gone dark in this sci-fi text adventure. After an incident you are separated from your team mate. You are only able to communicate through text as you help her reunite with you. Use the computer to hack the facility as you try to figure out what went wrong.
—September 26, 2015— Militia is a fantasy version of chess you never knew you needed till now. Clear the board of the Captains with your limited group of units to unlock more enemies, new fighters, and more challenges.