Chompy, the star of the puzzle platformer by Wolve, is a crocodile who loves eating, coins, and eating coins. While the tutorial levels give the game a slow start, it is a game that will win you over with its sense of joy and a level of shine to the mechanics that distinguishes it from similar works.
For one little alien, "wandering eyes" isn't just a turn of phrase. He can literally project his eyeballs onto objects to take control of them! Possess crates, safes, beach balls, and more, but be alert: Every item you can become acts a little bit differently! Open the path to the teleporter and help this little guy make it home!
Like its predecessor, Onomastica 2, the puzzle platformer/interactive art piece by mif2000, takes place in a world where words and objects are interchangeable. And also, like the original, it is whimsical, clever, and over way too quickly. Still, it's such a fun little art deco world to play around in, that players who like minding their words won't mind too much.
- • Alice House No.7: The Queen's Croquet Ground
- • Escape from the Room of the Colorful Door
- • Tea Time Escape
Did I ever tell you about the time we went out for some escape games? It was a Wednesday. Not any ordinary Wednesday, but a Weekday Escape Wednesday. So there were these three games. One of them, by FunkyLand, was all about collecting pink flamingos. Then there's Yomino Kagura, with standard puzzling, good for a fast cranial break. Lastly, Ponpoko's debut: short and sweet enough to put dimples in your cheeks.
Vortex Point is nearly deserted on Halloween night, so supernatural investigator Kevin decides to relax with a very unique monster movie at the local cinema in this point-and-click adventure...
Elio Landa serves up more smart and stylish puzzling in this game that proves puzzles don't need to be complicated to be great. Move numbers across a grid of other numbers to zero out their sum, planning your course and enjoying a swanky soundtrack and clean design.
The house has been abandoned for years, and everyone who goes into it has vanished... so naturally it seemed like a great idea for you to do so yourself! When you find yourself trapped within, you'll need to uncover the truth in order to escape from this creepy point-and-click game.
Your universe or mine? Sweet little friends Heart and Star want to meet up, but they live in different dimensions! Luckily, they can still interact with each other. In this teamwork-tastic puzzle platformer, you get to guide them through their respective worlds. When the going gets tough, reach out across space and time to have them give each other a helping hand! They'll make platforms for their pal, carry each other across dangerous terrain, and hit switches and push blocks in search of a perfect purple space they can be together.
Search through a surreal house to find answers to who you are and why you're trapped in a seemingly endless loop. Hunt through the abnormal reality to put pieces of yourself together and find a way to release yourself from the endless nightmare.
Haven't had nearly enough of Crazy Digger 2? Well, the Crazy Digger 2 Level Pack will fulfill all your red-circle-chomping, gem-dropping, saw-blade spinning cravings. Essentially a new set of levels that picks up where the original left off, new players will want to start with the original, but fans looking to dive into a challenge will really dig it.
ClickPLAY is back to test your reflexes and your cow-saving abilities in Ninjadoodle's latest addition to the ClickPLAY series of point-and-click puzzle minigames.
This tiny escape game is light on content but big on cuteness. Without a lot to explore, finding a way out should be easy, right? So what's with all those rat statues?
This cabin is perfect for some relaxation, but there sure are a lot of lock boxes everywhere! Say goodbye to summer and hello to fall in this clever seasonal escape game by Aries Escape!
The monkeys need something a little ghoulish to cheer them up, so in this latest Halloween themed point-and-click puzzle adventure, you'll need to hunt around and solve puzzles in order to gather body parts... hey, it's all in good fun!
- • Candy Rooms No.17: Purple Girly
- • Scary Dungeon Escape
- • Escape from the Similar Rooms 14
With Halloween around the corner from Weekday Escape, it's time for something a little bit scary, a lot of walking around, and a handful of candy to make it all the more fun. That's where these three escapes from Selfdefiant, Hottategoya and FunkyLand come in. No Elsa or Olaf costumes needed: just use your wits and tackle a few puzzles.
Selfdefiant serves up a satisfying and logical escape where you have to find your way out of a house even though it's filled with all the creature comforts, plus some cutting edge electronic entertainment circa the 1980s!
This escape game plops you into ancient Alexandria and has you muddle your way out. Bookshelves, statues, steam machines, and weapons all factor in to your daring point and click adventure.
A puzzle game about information and how it gets from point A to point Z. Click and drag to create shimmering strands of info that crisscross space, from transmitting circles to receiving squares. Bonus points for more efficient webs of connections.
It's not easy being a space ninja. No matter where you go, some wayward planet somewhere is always in need of your help! In this sequel to the original, the last ninja finds himself on a planet beset by the mafia! Help him leap from wall to wall to take out every mob member in the level! He can utilize special technique scrolls and ninja clones to help him, but these mafia men are packing robot power! Learn their weaknesses and take them all down!
There's an awful lot of pink in this soothing escape by TomaTea, and with puzzles aplenty and clues to crack their codes hidden around the room, finding your way out will take an eye for detail and an appreciation for the arts.
Tiny King was enjoying a nap, and when he woke up, his cake was gone! Travel through a series of clever and strange point-and-click puzzle levels, hunting for keys to open doors, in this super cute, and super weird, little game.
- • Bonneville
- • Yellow Walls Escape
- • Escape from the Japanese Style Hotel
Neatescape, Yomino Kagura, and no1game walk into your browser... there's no punchline, it's just another installment of Weekday Escape! This week, you've got two rooms with a view and a whole pack of puzzles ready to be picked (or clicked) apart.
Crazy Dad's just started work at the local library, but all the kids there annoy him, which their mobile phones and their tabloids. Find out ways to drive them all out in this short and silly point-and-click puzzle adventure!
Your cute-as-a-button spider guy is looking to feed his hungry kids some cake. Swing through each level, grabbing your kids and drop them in the general vicinity of their favorite birthday treat. Be sure not to eat it yourself!
Clear your way through the dungeon in this unique Sokoban-like puzzle game by carefully selecting which swords to shove into which monsters to vanquish them all. 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.
Funkyland's latest Alice in Wonderland themed escape gets a little festive this time around. With five Mad Hatter items hidden around a party filled with clues and puzzles, you'll need to use your wits to escape, even if it doesn't take that long!
You and your friend were enjoying a day at the fall festival when they vanished, and after finding them you discover they've gotten themselves trapped in the bathroom, thus providing you ample teasing opportunity for years to come. Hunt around for items and solve puzzles, and of course find the ten little green men to escape!
You've been put in charge of a factory that makes little robots, and it's your job to program each one to help the rest get to the exit safely in this charming logic puzzle game!
- • Fruit Kitchens No.12: Cacao Brown
- • Marshmallow's New Home 3
- • Find the Escape-Men 120: Scorching Heat 2014
There are a lot of things happening in October, but some of us care about only one thing: is it yummy? Is it sweet? Well, this time it is. Our Wednesday selection of three escapes from FunkyLand, Maroya and No1Game manage to be the perfect ingredients for some Weekday Escape s'mores.
You, a broken down car, a lonely road, and miles of wilderness in either direction. What's the worst that can happen? A short, speedy, and spooky-lite point-and-click adventure from Self-Defiant!
Getting stuck in an elevator is bad enough, but getting stuck with eight strangers, one of whom is a killer, is even worse. People are picked off one by one as the lights go out in this short interactive movie, and you'll have to figure out which one of them is the killer to get the best ending.
All you have to do to escape is find and click on the eleven hidden buttons. Should be easy, right? But with sneaky codes and some definite weirdness, this short game might not be so simple after all.
In Rampage Rex, a puzzle platformer by Eric Bernier and Izzy Aminov you'll be guiding a very hungry dino as he spends an afternoon taking in a little culture, literally! Despite somewhat incompatible visuals and sounds, Rampage Rex offers breezily fun stealth gameplay for players both young and fossilized.
Yonashi's latest plunks you in front of a cute cottage deep in the woods surrounded by a whoooooole lot of fungi in this escape game that's just the right amount of weird and cute. Clues and hints are hidden everywhere, and figuring out how to interpret them might be trickier than you think.
Getting your hands dirty is always more fun when you've got a friend along! This brightly-colored band of miners needs your help to collect the jewels that match their colors and explore the depths of their mines. Play this puzzle-platformer solo as an exercise in coordination, or bring along a friend to help you for co-op puzzle-solving fun!
This physics puzzle game has you launching your legless, square, pixelated ninja man through the air with the mouse, having him slice and dice red enemy ninjas along the way. Take careful aim to avoid pitfalls and traps.
Use physics, an elaborate supply of unique pieces, and your own ingenuity to guide the orb to the exit. It's like golf, if only golf involved high-intensity lasers and gravity orbs.
- • Break Free the Temple
- • Button Escape 14
- • Ancient Forest Escape
Put on your adventurer's leather fedora and play Selfdefiant's latest Break Free escapade. Then, flashback to another Tototo Room for eleven more buttons to find. Lastly, explore Esklavos' beautiful fantasy atmosphere for the keys to unlock a magic portal.
Nitrome takes your classic undead platforming shooter and makes it turn-based in a tricky, clever game that sees you staking your way through legions of monsters on your way to take down Dracula.
Build a tower of bricks to the sky! ...Or at least to the green-and-white goal line. You've got to stack up blocks to reach the target height in this physics puzzler, but it's not as easy as it looks... You've got a dozen-odd different block types to work with, and not all of them play nicely one another! Keep dangerous blocks from reacting and use friendly blocks to your advantage to build the tallest tower you can!
Can you change the world, one act of benevolent thievery at a time? Find out in this short point-and-click puzzle game from ReFall, as you play a thief who uses their talents to help other people.
When you're dealing with some serious villainy, you need someone strong, smart, brave, and clever... too bad all we have are these two weirdoes. Snipe and upgrade your way through over sixty missions in this polished puzzle-like physics sniping shooter!
Blink and you'll miss it, but Funkyland's latest in their popular escape series has you searching the duchess' curiously humble kitchen for six cat-themed items in order to find your way out!
Hours of action RPG goodness can be found in this deceptively simple browser game that's bursting with gorgeous visuals and a soundtrack to match. Your village is abducted by a mysterious spaceship, leaving you to fight your way through dozens of fascinating locations across a deep and detailed world.
Mateusz Skutnik and Jacek Witczynski take you on a strange odyssey in this point-and-click adventure that's heavy on puzzles and clues. Standing before a towering, strange structure with no door to be seen, getting inside is your first challenge... but what awaits you within?
- • Candy Rooms No.16: Mint Green Girly
- • The Dream Garden
- • Escape from the Big Picture Room
Skipping the small talk and going straight on to the goods, this week's grab bag of fun free escape games include FunkyLand's 16th candy room, another appearance by Flash512 with a dreamy garden visitation, and more pure escape-the-room puzzles from Yomino Kagura.
Snuckers runs a milkshake shop in this short but very silly point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games made as an homage to Sesame Street... so what's he supposed to do when a customer refuses anything other than the one milkshake the store is out of?
When evil space pirates kidnap the spliboxes' brothers they must find a hero to help them. It's a shame the one they found can't jump. They must help him along his way to reunite the family.
Laziness is a matter of pride for the hero of this physics-based skill game. You have to lob various projectiles to knock the precious gems onto color-coded platforms, being sure not to let them land in the lava. Because what else are you going to do? Climb all the way up there? Sounds like work....
Help this sweet, little fish jump out of the water to collect all the pearls (and stars) it can, while avoiding spikes and those infamous saw blades. But Tricky Fish has some aces up her fins to assist her, and with the help of springs, bubbles, and you, she can gather all the pearls she needs for whatever her fishy little heart desires.
The warm fuzzies are back! Get ready for more levels of cut-the-rope style puzzles and reunite the darling couple and pick up some flowers for them on the way. Just make sure those pesky saw blades don't pop ya.
- • Yuk Escape 2
- • Frog Lake Escape
- • Fresh Bathroom Escape
We have three fresh, fun and a little bit tricky escape games from Kamokichi, Sanpoman, and Flash512 for your weekday escape enjoyment this week. I think you'll like them. Enough said.
Part puzzle game and part 1960's luchador movie homage, this wacky adventure places you in the tightly-laced boots of El Macho... a luchador who's about to be late to his fight, because his rival stole his toilet paper. Luckily, he has a massively stretchy neck he can use to go hunt out some more! Wiggle through pipes, past piñatas, and around cacti in search of the mystical tissue, but stretch with caution--your neck can't cross over itself!
Gaz's popular physics puzzle series is back, and this time your clicks are explosive! Figure out how to blast all the red shapes off the screen without removing any of the green ones.
You can always count on Robamimi to be inventive, to find new ways to entertain escape game aficionados everywhere. This particular episode of the One Scene series is different from the others right from the start: an unremarkable black arrow on a white background and not much else to see or do here. But experiment a bit and you'll discover what's hidden, opening the door in a simple as well as a more colorful ending.
This room looks nearly empty. It doesn't even have a door! But finding a way out isn't impossible in this clever escape game from Kamotokamotokamo... you just have to think outside the box...
This room looks nearly empty. It doesn't even have a door! But finding a way out isn't impossible in this clever escape game from Kamotokamotokamo... you just have to think outside the box...
Despite the title, this short yet sweet escape from Funkyland is very, very green as you must use your eyes and your wits to find five different caterpillar objects and solve the puzzles and locks in your way.
The latest in Nitrome's series of icon-sized, low-resolution games, Coil is a puzzle platformer about a snaky piece of wire trying to make its way through an electric world. Intriguing and as well constructed as its brethren, if not quite as intuitive, Coil will have you wrapped around its little finger.
A set of scales and a bunch of musical flourishes set the stage for this short yet sweet escape game from Rose Key. With clues and ciphers hidden everywhere, will you be able to find a way out?
- • Fruit Kitchens No.11: Pineapple Yellow
- • Escape from the Strange Locker Room 2
- • Escape from the Room of Three Pictures
In the mood for something yellow, sweet, juicy and whimsical? Then step into FunkyLand's kitchen and indulge in the clever creativity of its design. The strangest thing about Hottategoya's locker room is how you keep getting locked up here, a room most remarkable for its three clever but quick puzzles. Yomino Kagura changes up the furnishings only slightly, but adds new puzzles to satisfy the fans.
Schrödinger's cat Maru is sick of all these experiments and his fate being nebulously tied to a box, so he's out for revenge in this short and silly but clever and gorgeous point-and-click puzzle adventure made in just 72 hours.
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the elephant sleeps tonight... And that's kind of a problem, because he snores. Bad. Help his animal friends wake him up in this cartoony-cute physics puzzler! Each animal friend has its own ability, be it changing shape, rolling fast, or bouncing along. Set them up like a Rube Goldberg machine and snap that elephant out of his snooze!
While browsing a new display at the fine arts museum one day, you wind up trapped inside a strange exhibition. The artwork here is quite puzzling—literally. To escape these rooms, to even find the door, you need to collect clues and useful items, then use them to solve a series of puzzles.
There are eleven buttons you need to find and click in order to escape from this challenge by Tototo Room, but first you need to get in touch with nature to solve the puzzles in your way...
Those kids. There's just never enough attention, positive, negative or whatnot, to please them. Quality time is perhaps overrated, at least as far as monster dad is concerned. He only wants to sleep. Which just means more fun for Junior and Jenny as they find ways to wake him from his nap in yet another installment of Alma Games' nap-busting physics puzzle. 36 more levels, including bonus levels plus plenty of achievements, are just the right level of chill and thinky to keep you alert and engaged throughout.
Mori Room's coyly playful design makes up for those unintuitive moments in which you might ponder over strange item uses here. But that's all part of the charming whimsy we've come to know Yonashi for. This time around a chameleon and other friends, both animal and inanimate, will guide you through puzzle-solving until you make your way out for an awesome escape.
Crazy Dad (yes, that's his real name) hates that his kids are blowing all his money on the local candy shop... so naturally you'll have to help him ruin the shop's business by implying it's run by aliens in this ridiculous point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games!
An adorable platform game with a gravity-bending mechanic at its core. You play as a diminutive green climber navigating traps and collecting balls of light in a forest where physics don't exactly apply.
Elle? She's... indisposed. But just because she's been, um, NOT kidnapped doesn't mean Weekday Escape doesn't have everything you need to get past Hump Day. Choko-Chai, Gotmail.jp, and Yamino Kagura serve up three escapes in three different flavours!
It might be billed as a five minute escape, but depending on how easily you find and decipher clues in TomaTea's latest lovely trap, that might not be so true! Regardless of how long it takes you, this one is every bit as clever and satisfying as you'd hope.
Plexus revisits a classic nursery rhyme with their latest jigsaw puzzle, as you swap and rotate pieces to assemble the scene, but with the edges of each piece anything but obviously defined, you'll find this one is as sneaky as the rest.
Plunge down into the sewers for platforming fun with a plumbing protagonist (though maybe not that Italian one you've heard so much about). This hero carries a tank of pressurized water on his back, and it lets him run, jump, and even fly! Aim the nozzle and fire streams of water to move in the opposite direction. Master this unusual form of locomotion, and survive the sewers!
Alexia Crow, protagonist of QuestTracers' series of point-and-click adventures makes a choice and becomes a hero in Alexia Crow: The Pandora's Box. This concluding chapter of the trilogy contains many of the positives and the negatives of previous installments: gorgeous art and interesting puzzles marred by a clunky interface. But fans of the series should definitely be glad to see how this story ends.
Short, sweet, and perhaps a bit too simple, this latest installment of Funkland's escape series traps you in a very frilly parlor indeed, and you'll need to find items with lizards on them before you can get out.
Mateusz Skutnik takes his popular point-and-click puzzle series to the streets of Venice, where crisp photography enlivens the beautiful black-and-white locale as you scour every inch to find ten gnomes before your ten minutes are up.
Your human minions have failed you! Time to turn to the undead to gather up your needed sacrificial cows. Keep your minions on their toes as they dodge around the enemies to capture the poor bovine.
Purge a planet of demons in this simple yet lovely sliding puzzle game, as you control two spirits who move at the same time and must collect sparks to banish evil without destroying themselves in the process!
Fix the Sun is a puzzle platfomer by DB based around a unique gameplay mechanism that will have you flitting and flipping a ray of light all over the place. Very much reflex-based, with a number of levels that will take a half dozen deaths to get through, it's not a game for the easily frustrated. But those who press on will find it very rewarding.
- • Candy Rooms No.15: Crimson Red Modern
- • Chicks Hide and Seek 20
- • Escape from the Room of the Alphabet Picture
When you need to getaway from it all, Weekday Escape is the place to go. This week FunkyLand is back with another gorgeously whimsical Candy Room, Yuri's adorable brood has played hide-and-seek with their school supplies, and Yomino Kagura brings another room full of puzzles, plain and simple.
Help Jellydad save his family and become a hero in Jellydad Hero, a puzzle platformer new from Snail Bob developer Andrey Kovalishin. Though a little slow moving, Kovalishin's knack for physical comedy and not-too-difficult challenge shine through as much as in his other series. Other developers should definitely be jelly.
The monkeys are back for more, with seventeen stages of point-and-click puzzles of varying types and complexity, including some minigames, and a new weepy monkey to dress up for your amusement, you weirdo.
Lo.Nyan has created another room escape game with gorgeous aesthetics and logical puzzles, sprinkled with whimsy and surprises to make explorations fun. This time around you need to bake cookies to escape: gather items and clues to decipher the codes until the door key is found. There are two endings as well, so use the new Save feature to find both.
Sharpen thy blade and gird up thy loins for there is a dungeon to be mastered! Strategically plan your way through the floors to reach the top and stop the unspeakable evil that awaits. Though just a demo, this dungeon crawler packs in hours of fun.
Tap this crazy little box through obstacles, around dangerous lines, and solve puzzles to reach the always desired, dotted line across the screen. Each level has a new twist and new ways to make you grind your teeth.
Play around in Max's clone lab and test out his new machine by solving puzzles. Use your clones as stepping stools and button pushers but make sure they get back, as you find your exit, to prevent a time paradox.
Trapped overnight in the history museum, if you want to escape you'll need to solve puzzles and craft some pretty darned clever tools in this short but sweet game also available free for iOS and Android.
Building off the success of games like Triple Town, Threes!, and 2048, Letter Monsters puts a cute (and fuzzy) new face on combine-three grid games. Re-learn your A-B-C's across over sixty levels of strategic sliding, and use eight unique boosters to help yourself out on iOS, Android, and in your browser!
- • Find the Escape-Men 117: Load Runner
- • Escape Another Nightmare
- • Cute Duckling 3
No1Game's latest episode continues the classic arcade game theme, this time with some morbid implications. Meanwhile, welcome Self Defiant to our weekday escape spotlight with another atmospheric asylum adventure. But if you need more smiles than that, Minoto should brighten your day with the cutest baby water fowl in the world!
Skip's landed in Finland in this point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games, and he's desperate to meet the famous "sauna guru"... but first he'll have to perform a few weird tasks as you travel around to actual locations and maybe learn a little in the process.
From the creators of A Dark Room comes a match-3 puzzle game with a twist. Combine and collect resources to build, but what happens when the sun goes down is another matter.
You know kids. Always wandering off and getting trapped in mines full of explosives and teleporting ladders and whatnot. In this cute, simple puzzle game made in just a week, you'll have to memorize where danger lies if you want to get the kids out safely.
Things are getting curiouser and curiouser as we continue our way through FunkyLand's version of the Alice in Wonderland story. This time around it's five dodoes you must find before you can escape-the-room. The room being a stately hallway with lots of doors but no apparent way out. Very strange. Alice may have cried a pool of tears to be stuck in such a pickle, but if you're resourceful, you'll soon find your way through.
Robamimi hides clues in plain sight with this clever, clean escape game. You need to find four hidden balls in order to get out, but with some subtle and sneaky puzzles, that's easier said than done.
As you well know, a law enforcer's best weapon is their... lunch? Hmmm. In this simple and simply silly physics puzzler, feed different foods to the sheriffs to help them knock all the baddies offscreen and collect all the stars.
Your greatest magic trick will be surviving, as you must guide yourself and your creepy dopplegangers past swords, daggers, spikes, sawblades and more to reach the exit in this puzzle platformer.
- • Escape from the Strange Locker Room
- • Find the Escape-Men 116: The Crisis
- • Button Escape 23
No, Hottategoya's locker room isn't strange because it's clean and fresh smelling, but because of the mysterious hints and codes hidden about the room. No1Game's escape-men are your only hope to survive a bomb "Oops!" Luckily, they are up to the task! Tototo Room's find the eleven button series continues with another fun mini-escape.
This educational game has you rotating tiles to reflect streams of colored photons, trying to aim them towards the crystals at the end. Numerous obstacles block your path so you'll need every ounce of your intelligence if you want to succeed.
A puzzling twist on the smash-hit game, each level asks you to stack and combine blocks to make the highest number in as few moves as possible... with a couple challenging rules.
Draw simple line patterns and watch them repeat across the screen, trying to connect each colored circle. Your pattern will "bounce" off the sides of the screen but beware the upper and lower borders, and the black holes on the way.