List of All Browser Game Reviews -
ordered by date
- Where is Cat?
—September 22, 2015— Bart Bonte enlists the aid of three talented little kids to dream up this simple yet oh-so-sweet little puzzle game where you need to find a hiding cat in each room of a house, and then track down everything else he needs to celebrate.
—September 22, 2015— Need a puzzle game that's bright and colourful and won't make your brain smoke? This kid-friendly game where you must guide our blocky hero through increasingly elaborate mazes of switches, traps, and teleporters starts easy and stays low challenge for the most part, but is still perfectly pleasant and fun.
Missing Colors 1
—September 21, 2015— Not every escape needs to be big to be fun, and TomaTea serves up a mini escape game that focuses on a single wall, yet one with still a satisfying amount of puzzles to solve, items to find, and clues to crack!
Strike Force Heroes 3
—September 21, 2015— Strike Force Heroes 3 by Sky9Games is the third installment of the running-and-gunning platform-shooter action series that has had players blasting for years. A few changes to the formula may make fans uneasy, especially with so much that needs to be unlocked, but at its core remains a large chunk of bad-guy blasting fun.
Death Arena Reality Show
—September 19, 2015— Violence sells, or at least it does in the sort of dimensions where evil flying potatoes have reality shows, so blast your way through hordes of minions and increasingly powerful heroes to appease your audience in this quirky horizontal shooter filled with upgrades!
Find the Escape Men 165: Fancy Apartment
—September 19, 2015— Don't go getting all fancy on us now, just because no1game has locked you up somewhere classy. To escape this sparse but elegant apartment with its lovely view, you'll need to find ten little green men, though this time around it's definitely on the short and easy side.
- Loot Heroes 2
—September 18, 2015— Ready for more hack-and-slash action? The Diablo-esque dungeon crawler returns, with more heroes and enemies to stab, splat, and magic your way through, along with tons of loot of course, though it may be too close to the original and lacking in variety for some.
Room 9 Autumn
—September 18, 2015— Even if the leaves aren't changing, Ichima's escape is pure satisfying goodness, with an excellent collection of puzzles that require just the right amount of thought and attention to detail, while holding a few surprises, too.
—September 17, 2015— Finding yourself dead is a real downer. But when a mysterious voice informs you you can receive life once again as long as you do what he says will you think twice about your actions? Find out in this creepy free indie puzzle platformer, also available as a download!
The Video Game of Life
—September 17, 2015— Gamers love gold, right? And they love getting perfect ratings, also right? In Keybol's challenging platformer, every level is almost absurdly easy, unless you're aiming to get the three shiny gold coins in each stage. Subtle? Not really. Tricky? That's another matter entirely.
Inspector Kloo 9
—September 16, 2015— A collection of valuable art has gone missing, and the maid has called you in to find it before she gets in trouble! Esklavos serves up a nice chunk of point-and-click puzzling that makes up for some clunky gameplay with a sleek style and variety.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°93 —September 16, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! An impromptu nap means you wind up trapped somewhere wet. A very purple kitchen and a whole passel of figs. And a bunch of wily green lizards you definitely do NOT want getting out.
- • Don't Free the Lizards 2
- • Fruit Kitchens No. 26: Fig Purple
- • Escape Plan: Splash Park
—September 15, 2015— The president is having a birthday party, and it's up to you, little mouse, to explore and find everything you need to make it the very best! Talk to a wide variety of colourful characters, find decorations, food, presents and more to get the best ending in this simple but oh-so-cute game.
- Little Life Adaptivity
—September 14, 2015— Kichu thinks he's ready for anything life throws at him, but in this cute pixel puzzle platformer from Prasan Games, success isn't just about moving forward. It's about watching to see how the world changes and reacts to you in order to get by!
—September 13, 2015— Play through three campaigns as three different heroes, each with their own enemies, abilities, and upgrade trees, in this simple but addictive defensive shooter game that will remind fans of the Sentry Knight series.
Find the Escape-Men Part 164: EM Land
—September 13, 2015— When you're an employee at no1game's EM Land, you catch your breaks when you can, but when you find yourself trapped in the locker room, you'll need to hunt high and low, as well as solve a few confounding conundrums, in order to escape!
Escape THE GAME
—September 12, 2015— What happens when a snobby game critic gets sucked inside his least favorite type of game? Caustic hilarity! Ron hates point-and-click adventures, but he's found himself trapped in one. Thankfully, he's got more than one way out of the mess he's in! You can be a good sport and help Ron beat the game legitimately, if you'd like... or you can help him cheat his way through it! However you decide to help Ron, the results are bound to be hilarious in this humorous (and loving) send-up of classic adventure games.
Vortex Point: Time of Your Life Carnival
—September 11, 2015— Vortex Point's premier and only supernatural detective agency pursues a mysterious statue to a traveling carnival... but where's it gone? Carmel Games delivers a break-sized dose of satisfying adventure in this point-and-click game.
—September 10, 2015— Also for Android and iOS, this simple puzzle game will have you eased back and relaxing along until you realize your timer is ticking down. Speed is the name of this game. How far you can go depends on how quick you can focus, and how fast you can tap.
—September 9, 2015— You've only got a few clicks to light all the hexagons up in this simple but stylish puzzle game by Kings Kollege, also free for Android. Click a tile to turn on all the adjacent ones, but watch out! In later levels, some tiles can only be manipulated a few times, or not at all.
Games Featured:Weekday Escape N°92 —September 9, 2015— This week on your Weekday Escape! Esklavos strands you somewhere strange and swampy with mysterious devices. MayMay demands you science your way out of a colourful conundrum. And no1game is punishing you for all those times you hammered on the "close door" button while people were running for the doors.
- • Color Changing
- • Find the Escape-Men 163: In the Elevator 3
- • Nodes Machine Escape
—September 8, 2015— Branwen has a plan to marry a prince in 30 days to keep her friend Isador, who's accused of being a killer, safe. But all is not as it seems in this deceptively sweet visual novel simulation, with multiple characters to unlock and endings to discover.
Katja's Escape 2: The Mad Scientist's Lab
—September 8, 2015— Katja's back for another snapshot-sized escapade, and this time she's trapped inside a mad scientist's lair. With one hour before the place explodes, will Katja find a way out?!... well, most likely, given the pleasantly short and simple structure here.
Girl's Room No. 13: Foundation
—September 8, 2015— You can't leave your room without your face on! Or at least, if you don't use it, not without tidying up the five pieces of foundation Funkyland has strewn about the decorative pillows and billowing curtains in their newest frilly escape game.
Spider the Fox
—September 7, 2015— One morning, Spider the Fox woke up to discover that the giant tree in the middle of the floating island in which she and her family live had dropped a seed! A seed that could be used to grow a brand new sky-island! Now Spider's leaving the nest and setting out on a journey to collect the things she'll need to make her very own home in the sky. Run, jump, and plant dozens of vines, explore the world, and help Spider find her way in the wide, whimsical blue yonder!