List of All Browser Game Reviews -
ordered by date
—July 29, 2015— Why you'd possibly want to escape from this sunny, relaxing room set up by Ichima is beyond me, but finding your way out is perfectly pleasant thanks to tidy design and some crafty, clever puzzles that don't overstay their welcome.
—July 29, 2015— Duke Dashington is a gentlemanly explorer in need of some treasure in this fast-paced game of reflexes, also available on iOS and Android. Dash your way through each collapsing temple to collect the treasure, but be warned: when you launch Duke in any direction, he won't stop until he hits something. Spikes, lava, water flows and more bar your way towards treasure and glory. Get dashing!
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°86 —July 29, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape... Yuuri returns with fluffy baby chicks hidden all over a tranquil park, Hottategoya locks you up in a dining room with puzzles rather than food, and Vitamin Hana takes teddy bear security VERY seriously.
- • Chicks Hide and Seek Escape 23
- • Find the Five Bears!
- • Escape from the Strange Dining Room 2
Tough Love Machine
—July 28, 2015— Part machine, part matchmaker, all heart! Use your cartoonishly robotic limbs to bring hearts - and love! - together in this surreal analogue phuzzle equivalent of Tindr. Go, go gadget cupid!
—July 28, 2015— When the evil Goblin Lord's garden fails this veggie nut sends his minions to steals his neighbors harvest. But this little rabbit isn't going to let his hard work go with out a fight in this defense/shooter hybrid packed with upgrades.
—July 27, 2015— In Broken Pixel's stylish, tongue-in-cheek, old-timey projectile puzzler, you're a most vile criminal indeed, whose deadly eye and deadlier pistol can take down men, women, and children alike with only a few shots... provided you know where to place them!
—July 27, 2015— Newton isn't your average mall cop, he's a SPACE mall cop, and this isn't your average day. Criminals have invaded and shut off the gravity, so you'll need to use your gun to propel yourself around randomly shuffled levels to save shoppers, blast baddies, and more.
Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow
—July 26, 2015— Need a sunny way to escape from your day for a few minutes? Funkyland's light and perky game is definitely of the short and sweet variety as you hunt for seven papayas before you're allowed to leave this wonderfully kitschy kitchen.
Don't Escape 3
—July 25, 2015— Waking up with a pounding headache stinks. Waking up with a pounding headache in a starship's airlock and discovering everyone else is dead? You must be in one of ScriptWelder's fantastically creepy anti-escape games! Investigate the ship and discover the truth, but you're working on borrowed time, and you may not be alone.
Doodle God Blitz
—July 24, 2015— JoyBits' newest incarnation of their mobile spin on the Doodle God element-creating puzzle game series comes to your browser, with flashier visuals and quests, though some frustrating ads and a slew of (optional) in-game purchases may not win everyone over.
—July 24, 2015— Get yourself into a bit of a sticky situation with a sliding block game all about sticking other blocks to yourself! As a smiling, orange block, slide around the playing field. Any other orange blocks you touch will stick to you and become part of your body. But if you get too big, you might have to rely on spikes and bombs to carve yourself down to size! Become the right shape to fit on top of the red-and-yellow goal!
Bouncy and Monsto
—July 23, 2015— Buddies Monsto and Bouncy love being together, so when they get separated when Bouncy chases after stars, you'll need to manipulate your environment to bring them back together in this simple yet bright and cheery, kid-friendly physics puzzle game from Crayon Hero.
Fun in the Sun
—July 22, 2015— Think you have problems? If Andrew doesn't come up with five grand, not only will his inn be shut down forever, but he'll be thrown into a volcano, in this strange and silly point-and-click puzzle adventure from Carmel Games.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°85 —July 22, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! A succession of locked doors that get more complex (and weird!) as you go, a realm full of the least threatening vampires ever, and an escape with a whopping ten endings and a whole lot of goop.
- • Art Walls Escape 3
- • Vampire Escape 3
- • Strange Slime Escape
Orient Express Night:First Station
—July 21, 2015— Though there may not be reason to leave such a peaceful serene atmosphere this train designed by TomaTea provides us with a clever and fun way to depart. Another escape charming game filled with puzzles and laced with soothing music.
—July 19, 2015— You're guilty. They know you are, and nothing you can say will change their mind. The only question is how long you can hold out without contradicting yourself or dawdling in this fast-paced game of interrogation after a catastrophic event. The only question is... what are you guilty of?
Aries Escape No. 17
—July 19, 2015— Gyms are great places to be (unless there's a tabata drill in your future and a manic gleam in your trainer's eye), but in this escape game in the popular Aries Escape series, if you ever want to find a way out, you'll have to exercise your brain by solving a whole lot of puzzles and codes!
Lunchtime at St. Expeditus
—July 18, 2015— In this cute online visual novel puzzle game, you're just your average, mildly psychic high school student, and your friends have a whole bunch of problems they need you to solve, but you only have a lunch hour to do it. Can you get everything done when everyone keeps moving around as time passes?
Once Upon A Timeline
—July 17, 2015— Can you imagine what your life would have been like if your Uncle was Doc Brown? All the crazy adventures you would have gone on? Well our protagonist in free indie point-and-click adventure Once Upon A Timeline can as his aunt is working on a time machine. He soon finds out it's not all fun and games, though there is a great deal less worrying about destroying the timeline. He and his Aunt are pretty lax about that.
Games Featured:Link Dump Friday N° 382 —July 17, 2015— This week on Link Dump Friday, an idle game where you have to take over your father's old job, a squishy new toy that's entirely dependent on you for survival, a strange combination of match-3 and shooting to fend off an alien invasion, and a chat with a friend who's into urban exploration that goes horribly wrong.
- • Hero Simulator
- • The Utilizer
- • Joralemon
- • It Needs Care
—July 16, 2015— You're grounded, and when you're a child genius, being stuck in your room is the most boring thing you can imagine... until you get a visit from your future self, telling you that only you can save the city if you can cobble together a device from things laying around your room in this fun point-and-click puzzle game!
10 Gnomes in Montaigut-le-Blanc
—July 15, 2015— Also free in HD download for PC and Mac, Mateusz Skutnik takes us on another lovely rustic stroll in this hidden-object game where ten little gnomes are cunningly hidden throughout the calm black-and white streets, with no timer to get in the way.
—July 15, 2015— Carmel Games' Crazy Dad is back, and he's got a bee in his bonnet again... but for good reason! He's just gotten a bill from city hall for the payphone outside his house, and wouldn't you know it? Setting things straight isn't simple in this quirky point-and-click game.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°84 —July 15, 2015— This week's Weekday Escape has it all! A puffy pink parlor packed with pouty lip paint to ensure you're ready for a night out, a seaside locale where ten little green men will serve you up some frozen treats (if you can find them!), and a hunt for mankind's deadliest predator... the tiny green lizard. Aieeee!
- • Don't Free the 4 Lizards
- • Girls Room No.11: Lip Gloss
- • Find the Escape-Men 159: Beach House
No Name Room 2
—July 14, 2015— The door is locked, and the room seems nearly bare, but is it as colourless as it seems? Yonashi serves up another sneaky, fun escape that won't last long, but will still require you to look at things differently.