Endless-runner-style gameplay meets RPG in this clever turn-based fantasy game. Explore a dungeon Minesweeper-style and duke it out with monsters across challenging levels to some... interesting music!
Stellar atmosphere make up for a short length in this clever interrogative I, Robot-ish game with a cyberpunk feel. Think about the questions posed, but think even harder about the morals behind them.
Have you played this addictive puzzle game based on Threes! yet? Once you start, you won't want to stop. All you have to do is swipe and combine numbers, trying to reach 2048, but it's anything but easy, especially not easy to put down.
Need more Sokoban? Uh, duh. A sequel to the original no frills block puzzle game, Sokoboom 2 offers a simple yet polished presentation and thirty devious stages that will satisfy your thirst for Sokoban challenges even if it doesn't push the envelope.
Use your head, sometimes literally, in this colourful puzzle platformer! Tricky Ricky is stranded far from home and needs to find fuel to send an S.O.S. signal. Too bad that fuel is behind lasers, locks, teleporters, switches, force fields... oh, and some very big, angry robots!
It seems so simple. Replicate a pattern and image by layering colors on a grid in a specific order in a certain amount of moves. But this elegantly confounding puzzle will keep you busy for a lot longer than you first think!
Even though you don't have any toes, you'll still need to stay on them in this colour-based puzzle platformer! You can safely land on any platform that doesn't match your colour, but since each platform with CHANGE colour to match when you land on it, picking your patch becomes harder and harder!
Procedurally generated chess-style logic puzzles? Yes please. Move like a knight piece on each grid to capture locks to open up the door to the next stage, avoiding enemies with classic chess movement.
Man, why are rescue workers complaining? All they have to do is point to remove dangerous things so people can file safely down to the ambulance in an orderly fashion. Even the architects go so far as to explicitly construct every building with easy explosive escape devices in mind!
Addicted to Threes! and 2048 but feel they could use a bit more Bart Bonte? Then check out this simple yet challenging puzzler. Swipe and combine identical numbers to raise the tally as high as you can, but watch out for the red blocks that will spawn to block your way!
Frozen treats lead you astray in this quirky, adorable puzzle game from Neutronized! Slide icy blocks to create safe paths for your little yeti child to make it by hazards, scarfing down any tasty treats in your way.
A Dark Room will run quietly by itself in a tab in your browser with only minimal interaction at first. There's just you, the dark, dwindling wood, and a fire to stoke. But what might that light attract? What could you build if you dared venture the cold quiet outdoors? With gameplay that will remind you of Candy Box! but a decidedly creepier, more intriguing bent to go with simulation and adventure, A Dark Room is well worth checking out.
Hero Punch puts you in control of an itty-bitty retro ninja out to slay his enemies with the power of... flinging himself vaguely in their direction... ? Pick your projected path to slice and dice any foes in your way, but be careful... you have a limited number of dashes per level!
Dave had to quit his last job after he was caught bending time and space... while trying to sneak out early. His new job should be a lot simpler... if it weren't for the fact that the laws of physics have turned against him again in this puzzle platforming sequel!
Wiu wiu! The cars are back for more in the third installment of the popular fender-bending physics puzzle series! Put the pedal to the metal to get rid of the rotten villain cars, but don't waste time applying the brakes if you don't want to go flying!
If this cute as pie physics puzzle game feels familiar, it's probably because you played the developer's other game, Golden Scarabaeus. Get the porker into the mud bath in each level by manipulating the objects around him... and by changing the pig itself!
You've heard about stopping to smell the roses, but do you ever just stop and listen? This odd yet intriguing experimental game uses sound to direct you around a surreal landscape, but beware since not everything you can find is friendly..
Keybol knows that, as gamers, there's nothing we love more than blowing things up and booting things across the room, so why not make a game about it? Like the original game, the goal in this physics puzzler is to remove certain shapes from the field while making sure others don't fall off. Some unnecessarily fiddly stages and physics keeps it from being as casually fun as the original, but hey... maybe you like a challenge.
Color Instinct is an uncomplicated, but highly interesting physics puzzle which lets you play with colourful bouncy balls (whee!). But don't let the simple graphics fool you – this baby is full of deceptively easy levels which will put your out-of-the-box thinking to the test. With five bonus stages and a level editor, Color Instinct will keep you entertained and challenged for a good while.
Copy and paste your way to freedom in this unique puzzle game. After being abducted by aliens, use their own technology against them to copy any item and temporarily paste it elsewhere for your benefit. Outside the box thinking is a must if you're to get back to Earth!
Mummy Busters is a puzzle platformer by Dharmasta AW where you clear pyramids of all the somethings strange that are skulking its halls. Mummy Busters introduces elements at just the right pace to keep things entertaining, and even if a few levels are frustrating in the timing skills required, it'll keep you walking-like-an-Egyptian back to it.
Click and mouse to resolve beautiful scenes in a soothing, relaxing environment. This is ideal for a pleasant coffee break or just a peaceful moment away from everything. OFFS3T is a delightful interlude that reminds us that the pleasures in life are in the experience, rather than in the completion.
Cover Orange Journey Knights by Johnny-K is a new installment of the Cover Orange series of physics puzzles that's a return to form for the series. With new puzzle mechanics and interesting integration of hidden-object elements, both fans of and those new to the series will find it quite a-peeling.
Plexus serves up some sweet seasonal puzzling with this Valentine's Day themed jigsaw. Though not as difficult as others we've seen from them, beautiful colours and cute imagery makes for proof positive that the best way to say "I tolerate you" is to say it with puzzles.
Bikas serves up some soothingly simple puzzling where all you have to do is click and drag hinged shapes to make them fit together according to the design. If you're looking for something low on difficulty but high on curiously cathartic atmosphere (what is that music? Am I drinking tea in Saturn Valley?), this is the game for you to set your day off on a calm note.
Horse Jump is a simple logic-driven puzzle game created by RatoLibre1. It utilizes a board with colored and marked squares alongside matching tokens you can click to manipulate. Each piece moves like a knight in chess, that clever little L-shape that works so well in puzzle games. Touch each matching square on the screen to progress to the next level. Do it flawlessly and within the move limit to earn a perfect score!
Welcome to the exciting world of charging small domestic appliances! This is your chance to tinker with electricity without getting those nasty old shocks. All you have to do is supply the current to the appliances by solving a number of physics puzzles. It's all the fun of being an electrician without ever having to wear overalls!
Sometimes you're in a mood for a simple, yet artsy deconstructed puzzle platformer. Deconstructed, you ask? Indeed, each level is broken into chunks and you have to make sense of it all while jumping around and trying not to break your neck. It's actually much more serene than it sounds: no complicated goals, no timers, just soothing music, poetic narration and beautiful gameplay.
Mallowin, OttoMoto and Yaros Mjelsky have put together a clean, thoughtful experience in their puzzle platformer, Risen. Play as the god Ra who is climbing his way back up from the Underworld, and, as you may expect, his only way out is through a pyramid. Puzzle you way through each of the 30 levels with your magical ball at your side... or on your head.
Though it starts off slow, this platforming puzzle is full of surprises and unexpectedly touching to boot, as you play a jetpack-toting old man gathering up photographic memories of his past and going on one last grand adventure.
Trapped in a dangerous lab of soldiers and monsters and deadly instruments, you've been sprung from your cell by a faceless hacker. Now it's up to you to blast, explode, dissolve, and electrocute your way out in this challenging and varied physics projectile puzzler.
Swapster's simple physics puzzle premise comes with a twist... remove all nasty purple objects from the screen by using a teleporter gun to swap their places with other shapes. Though light on bells and whistles as well as extraneous elements, Swapster still provides a surprisingly smart and challenging experience thanks to thoughtfully crafted levels that will engage your brain and your reflexes.
Don't look at me that way! Instead, look at me from my left side, so it looks like I'm holding the apple over my head. That's the basic idea behind Projective, a perspective-based puzzle game created for the Global Game Jam. Walk around the room and try to line up floating objects so they appear to be stacked on top of one another. See if you can solve these tricky but gorgeous puzzles.
Today we are going to make a robot move from point A to point B. Why? Because it's the 21st century! The age when robots cater to our every whim! Or, failing that, the age when you can play a really fun puzzler in which you create paths for a cute robot on its way through ever more elaborate levels.
Ready to solve puzzles? Like... a lot of them? The latest in the popular series of point-and-click puzzle games from Pencilkids throws thirty of them at you as you make pizzas, befriend ducks, help knights, and more to put a smile on your little monkey's face.
Based from the simple rules concerning how dice are made, Vishnu Vadakke Pariyarath has put together Dynetzzle, a simple idea puzzler that Sudoku fans will find to be quite the bit of pair-o-dice. While only ten puzzles are included, it's the kind of fun idea that begs for expansion.
What it may be lacking in sounds and visuals, Masa's physics puzzler, Linkage Draw, makes up for in a big way with its mind-boggling levels. Drag the pieces together thoughtfully to be able to trace out the given pattern. Maybe it's the position of the pieces that matter or which corner you decide to connect them to, but each of the 16 levels will surely have you going 'hmmmm'.
Watching TV is for suckers. Participating is where it's at, especially when it's a lethal live TV gameshow filled with some of the strangest challenges around. Though a better puzzle game than a platformer, Above Average Guy still has clever ideas and style to burn.
Beethro Budkin has been going down, down, down, for a while now, clearing out all the critters and baddies in King Dugan's dungeon, and he's finally reached floors unlucky thirteen through sixteen.
So there's this lion prince Leonidas, and he has to protect his realm from lizard intruders by chucking his trusty spear at them. The premise might sound wacky, but this projectile puzzle game definitely deserves your attention. With its polished design and cool voice acting, strangely fitting pop culture references and epic spear-throwing action, Spanthera is certainly a pleasant surprise.
Short but sweet, this puzzle platformer makes up for a few odd design choices by having some clever ideas and a haunting atmosphere to illustrate its optimistic and heartfelt message.
The Great Bazooki is a magician known far and wide for... balloon popping? Flash Chaz and Marsh Games put their own twist on a very Bloons-y concept as you teleport and toss cards to pop balloons, using magic hats complete with pesky rabbits and more to avoid saw blades, guillotines, and even rings of fire!
How many levels can you handle playing at once? Because in this challenging puzzle platformer, you'll have to play at least two and juggle increasing numbers of synchronised characters to boot.
Quick, what do you get when you add 10 and 10? The answer is still 10, because 10 is Again! Never mind that that makes no mathematical or grammatical sense, because all that matters is that in 10 is Again, you've got to slide numbered tiles to make stacks that up to exactly ten. In this level pack, multiplication, division, and inversion tiles are added to the mix to make the math just a little wilder and the puzzling a little trickier.
Look, who says it has to be Christmas for you to enjoy a Christmas-themed puzzle game? Jerks and no-goodniks, that's who! Max Dereviagin serves up soothing, lovely seasonal puzzling where all you have to do to win is click to remove the Christmas ornaments, which allows matching pairs to form and vanish when they collide, and do so in as few clicks as possible.
When the mall isn't an option and all the online shipping options are too late, there's only one way to get gifts to all the kids before they wake up on Christmas... by extruding a long, sticky limb and swinging your way around like a grotesque blobby Spider-Man, of course! Alexander Fedoseev's physics puzzle is a bit on the simple side and could have done with greater variety, but who amoung us has not wanted to solve gift giving simply by slinging either gift or giftee at one another as hard as possible?
If you're one of the millions of people who aren't exactly thrilled by rats, Rats Invasion is the game for you. You'll get to shoot all sorts of deadly things at them, from gas to bombs to poison. Don't let their cute chubby little faces fool you, they'd do the same to you in a heartbeat!
Being an undertaker is ghoulish business... so who can blame you for trying to liven things up a bit? Though in some cases extremely unforgiving with its physics, this puzzle game earns points for its creative style and level design as you use everything from balloons to punch-boxes, plows, dragons and more to get your skeleton safely into its grave.
With simple graphics and simple sound effects to match, Alan Zucconi's entry for Ludum Dare 28, ORBITALIS, suits itself well. Control the trajectory of a satellite in different celestial situations to have it orbiting the different objects for the entirety of the given time limit. No job is too big, and no gravitational pull is too small, so get your physics-themed thinking caps on and get flying!
Winter has come to Snail Bob's little world and, fittingly, he has to save the snail version of Santa from a particularly malicious green hamster. Sounds a bit odd? Wait until you start playing! Snail Bob 6 Winter Story is full of silly puzzles, grumpy crocodiles, friendly ants and lots of other quirky things that make this series as lovable as possible.
Small is Beautiful makes a comeback of their cutesy graphics with the match-3 strategy title, Animals - Home Free! Save a long line of captures creatures against an evil, entrepreneurial wolf as he slowly destroys the forest for his construction efforts. It'll take some thoughtful strategy, all under the watchful eye of the clock to take him down and restore the peace. You can't let the environment down!
This adorable little physics puzzle game might be a bit too simple and similar to other games in the genre like Werebox, but it's still fun. By changing your shape and the shapes of those around you, it's your job to get rid of all the bad guys by knocking them into an unseen abyss. Which seems a bit harsh since all they seem to be doing is sitting around scowling, but hey, I'm not the shape dudes police. Exile away.
You know how in MMORPGs when you go up against the final boss of a dungeon, you and your party members all stand around on tiny platforms above instant death pits while the boss leisurely chucks things at you to knock you to your doom? Me neither, but here's a physics puzzle about exactly that!
Plexus serves up more big top themed fun in this crazy jigsaw puzzle, where there are no border pieces to guide you, and the finished product might make only marginally more sense than what you started with!
Hero in the Ocean is one of the calmest, sweetest salt water puzzlers out there. It's just you and your submarine, floating around, collecting stars and picking up divers. Sure, occasionally you'll also come across some lasers, boulders, hidden rooms and a bomb or two, but Hero in the Ocean is still a thoroughly serene casual experience.
Make your way past trolls, through portals, and across disappearing walkways, all in pursuit of treasure! In this clever puzzle game, move each sheriff past all obstacles to the gem of his color. The catch? You only have a certain number of steps you can take if you want to pass the level with a perfect score.
Bart Bonte serves up this simply stylish little puzzler of a Christmas game to help you get into the holiday spirit. You have to travel around your tiny planet gathering up the correct colours of ornaments (in order!), but as the levels progress, new elements and twists will keep you thinking.
Live Puzzle takes a Christmassy turn! Each uniquely designed jigsaw puzzle is a moving picture, and putting them together is as fun as it is tricky. Now, with ten new and adorable levels, Live Puzzle 2 Christmas Edition is the sweetest game in the series.
Working as one, two little squares must navigate towering structures and pits of spikes to find where they belong. Though this puzzle platformer is on the easy side and doesn't quite develop enough of a personality, its stylish presentation and enjoyable gameplay make it the perfect coffee break distraction.
What's cuter than fluffy kittens and puppies raised by sparkly ponycorns in the land of rainbows and Oz? Why, Find the Candy, of course, the puzzler which brings near lethal levels of kawaii to point-and-click gaming.
Offering clever variety and tidy gameplay, this little physics puzzle has you hunting down golden scarabs through the use of square minions that each have different behaviours when you click them. Some blow up, others can float or roll away, and still others can smash through blocks... figure out how to use them along with lasers, switches, and more to win!
Everybody likes explosions, right? In Catchy Orbit, all you have to do is launch some balls into others and see how big a boom you can get. With three different kinds of balls and twenty-two levels to enjoy, this is a casual, yet exciting one-button puzzler.
You're an alien in a top hat and it just so happens that, in the middle of outer space, you collide with a pigeon and fall down to an unknown planet, losing your girlfriend along the way. Luckily, you can shape-shift into almost anything, which will surely help you on your Mario-like quest to save your princess in this lovely little puzzle game.
Bart Bonte's latest puzzle game is designed to challenge your ability to recognize patterns then turn around and put them to use. Should be easy, right? If you've ever played a Bart Bonte game, you know that figuring out how to solve the puzzle is just as challenging as actually solving it!
Getting your kid to school should be easier than this! There are deadly lasers, toxic gasses, and electrical pits in the way! Fortunately, you have the power to change your shape to see him safely through. With intricate levels, this physics puzzler is a clever challenge.
Strand is a wonderful original puzzle game. Connect circles using strands. Each circle needs a certain number of connections, and the circles must share a color. Don't let the strands touch! With a streamlined look and intuitive gameplay, Strand is a game any puzzle fan should check out.
Falling in love with a celebrity isn't just for humans – it happened to snail Bob, too. Although in his case, reaching his beloved singing snail superstar means more than wrestling with bodyguards. His puzzle adventure includes avoiding monsters, getting trapped in crab-filled sand pits and stung by bees, so he'll need all the help he can get, and wouldn't you like to help two young snails live happily ever after?
No, it's not Kung Fu Panda, but Deqaf Studio's physics puzzler, Furtive Dao, still has the same melding of cute and fast action. Play as the kind and giving red panda who must take out the enemies and collect gold coins to help rebuild the decaying orphanage. It's not for the guts, it's not for the glory, it's just for the children. 30 levels of strategic moves await your every mouse click.
For the second in its circus-themed jigsaw puzzle series, the show continues with more of Plexus' characteristic whimsy and fun. Point and click to select and move puzzle pieces to their place, rotating for a fit using the [WASD] or [arrow] keys. More than matching edges or scenes, the uniquely-shaped pieces provide the extra twist needed to keep all eyes on stage.
Holy sheep! Our favourite fleecy friends hatch a plan to get dinner that goes awry when they find themselves zapped aboard an alien spaceship. You'll need all your physics puzzle skills to have out three sheep work together to find their way home... and you'll even have to think with Portals in the process!
Use the power of polygons to protect the philanthropist in this enjoyable physics drawing game. Draw a shape in the grid on each level to protect the good guy from the assassin's guns to keep your charge safe as he travels the world.
Zombie meets zombie in this sequel to last year's cheeky puzzle game. As a scientist with a laboratory filled with dangers and lasers, your goal is to bring two zombified lovers together across a series of increasingly complex challenges with the goal of ultimately curing them... providing the lasers don't incinerate them first.
Thieves love diamonds, and there are a whole lot to collect in Theft Punk, a Road Blocks-esque sliding puzzle game from Frip. A jazzy retro aesthetic and nifty details will keep players sliding right up until the strange-but-funny end sequence.
It may LOOK like an "idyllic cottage weekend simulator", but this clever twist on a puzzle game is anything but. You'll have to figure out some way to survive the weekend using the limited tools around you, but beware... gruesomeness and red herrings abound.
"A four dimensional system represented in two dimensions". Sound confusing? Well, just try it out. This deceptively simple turn-based puzzle game uses its clever concept to craft some devious levels, though a lack of explanation of its mechanics and restrictions will make it feel rough around the edges for some.
Everyone went about their uneventful lives rather uneventfully until the day one of them got sick. Sick with happiness! Now anyone the infected touches will also glow with glee. Spread the Happydemic in this physics puzzler using well-planned and carefully timed clicks to remove blocks and drop, roll or propel the happy guys toward the sad ones.
Jump in the line, rock the mosaic in time! In Mosaic Mingle, you've got to rebuild a picture one tile at a time, but you've got to use the tiles in the order given to you. The tiles are slid in from the edges, so you've got to be careful you don't block yourself out! This is one puzzle that looks easy, but has a surprising edge of trickiness up its sleeve... Its ruffled, multicolored sleeve. Conga line!
How can you not love the number 10? Especially if we're talking about the new sliding-puzzle from iojoe! Colorful and entertaining, with a gentle learning curve, anyone in search of a good mind-twister should definitely give 10 their a-10-tion.
The human mind is a very complex thing. A very complex, bizarre, fragile thing which sometimes malfunctions and starts creating all manner of horrors. What horrors, you ask? Step right into Dopaminium: The Heal Journey and see for yourself. In this surreal point-and-click experience, you'll go through different departments of the mind, try to mend an ailing psyche and get utterly creeped out.
Ninjadoodle is at it again! ClickPLAY is back with 20 new levels of ClickPLAY clickiness! It's more concerned with how quickly you think, relying less on reflexes and more on the little gray cells that occupy your noggin. Fans of the genre are sure to find lots of entertainment in this quick and amusing little distraction. Come on, click Play and begin! You know you want to...
The Poyas are simple, spherical creatures who don't do much on their own... but using the power of a strange cube they both fear and worship, you can use them to help you solve puzzles and proceed deeper into a temple in this short yet compelling and clever puzzle adventure.
Here comes some Halloween spirit with Headless Zombie, the sweetest gruesome puzzle platformer in recent history. Help Carl, the adorable once-nobleman-now-zombie reach the evil usurper wizard and reclaim his former life. Carl will have to use his head to reach his goal, and we do mean that literally – he can toss his head around like a spooky basketball, which will certainly come in handy.
When the weather turns cold, do you put on more layers of clothing? In Magic Layers, you've got to stack the colored layers in the right places to rebuild the given picture. While it plays like a jigsaw puzzle, there's plenty of room to flex your observation and logic skills as you try to discover the bizarre rules each of the layers take on.
The old, walled-in town of Dubrovnik is the hauntingly beautiful location of Mateusz Skutnik's latest seek-and-find the gnomes adventure. Follow a changing cursor to scan each scene, exploring narrow streets and tightly built houses, seeking out the elusive gnomes. It's near impossible to find all ten before the timer first expires, but this is a good thing: Skutnik's remarkable photography is too enchanting to spend a mere 10 minutes on. The serene beauty of Dubrovnik is wonderful to explore, and who knows what you may discover? Maybe even a troll.
The ever elusive key. Is it the ongoing quest to open more treasures or doors or find answers to life problems? Whatever it unlocks, this creatively simple point-and-click puzzle game from Bart Bonte is the key to an endless smile—or at least one that will last through 25 increasingly tricky and not-altogether-too-easy levels. With the help of some dapper penguins, figure out how to uncover the hidden key in each stage in order to move on to the next.
Alice returns to Wonderland to find the Queen is at it again, and the citizens are missing some valuable items! In this gorgeous physics puzzle, you'll manipulate bits of the scenery to create a path to deliver that precious possession to its owner. With a ton of levels and challenging design, this is a familiar but formidable little game fans of the genre will love.
In this refreshing twist on an isometric puzzler from Terry Cavanagh, young Naya lives in a post-apocalyptic world and goes searching for something to aid in her quest for clarity. Blending puzzle-platforming with mind-bending level design and a sparse yet atmospheric story, it's as compelling as it is challenging, minus a few bumps along the way.
Help Me Fly by Funtomic is a combination logic game and a shape-fitting tangram-style puzzle game. If that sounds like too steep of a learning curve, take solace in the fact that Help Me Fly is designed for casual players in mind, providing heaps of challenge with 60 well-designed puzzles that will give your brain a good but fair workout!
The simple things in life are often the best, and Green-Eyed Games has managed to turn a simple sliding-block puzzle into a game about flowers, just by arranging blocks the right way. The rules of Petals are as simple as the idea behind it: click to combine like-colored tiles in a grid, but avoid combining tiles of different colors. That's all there is to it, and it's a great way to spend a few minutes stretching your mind. You don't even have to water it.
In The Telekinetic Incident, a love letter to Portal by Matthew Fearrington, you play as a woman named Sarah Walker. That is, you play as a clone of Sarah, and you've been given telekinetic abilities by Ifrit Incorporated. Can you lift, laser, clone, and forcefield your way through Ifrit's facilities and learn the story of how you came to be there? At least there's no shortage of clones.
In Entertainment's Forge's new puzzle game, an lost civilization asks only one question: How Smart Are You? Quite similar to the earlier Mystery IQ Test, How Smart Are You? may not claim to accurately answer the titular question with its challenge but, hey, get a high score and you'll feel like quite the intelligent baked good indeed.
EdGE and GameGurus serve up a familiar but polished puzzle concept in this game of lasers and mirrors. Using limited moves and a variety of lenses, direct light to power specific nodes. Sounds easy, right? Well, throw in mixing colours, obstacles, different mirror types and more and you have a slow progression of challenge that's great to cut your teeth on.
A crab with the ability to create bubbles around itself? What good could that possibly do? Oh, I dunno... how about just nabbing a boatload of pearls to... spend on... whatever crabs want? (Krill? Novelty t-shirts?) This physics puzzle may feel familiar, but with a gentle difficulty curve, great presentation, and careful crafting is perfect for kids and coffee breaks alike.
If there's one thing Ludum Dare 27 has taught us, it's that you can do a lot in ten seconds. The Value of Time, however, is all about what you can't do in that time. At least, not all by yourself. Can you click the End button in ten seconds? Not without help, you can't. Good thing you can cooperate with yourself. Infernet89 has created a simple, deep puzzle game that packs a lot into a seemingly small package.
Who even leaves cheese stacked on top of a fridge anyway? Well, as gross as that might be, it's lucky for you that they did, since you're a mouse with a hankering for a chunk and a good throwing arm. This physics projectile puzzler could use a bit of extra polish and depth, but its simple fun and few gameplay twists make it a nice casual choice for sometimes-gamers or kids to enjoy.
In the first of Plexus' circus-themed puzzles, the show is coming to town—as soon as you can find and fit together the multitudes of uniquely-shaped jigsaw pieces to complete the picture. As always, the wonderfully imaginative puzzle designs are a joy to toil over, even if this is just a wee bit easier (taking about 15 minutes for most) than some of the other puzzles in Plexus' repertoire.
Watch, learn, adapt... oh, and don't get blown up. Impulse is part physics puzzle, part arcade game, with obstacles modeled after Newton's Laws of Motion. Get the green ball to the portal by generating a pulse that moves anything around it... sounds simple, right? But when propulsion, gravity, positive and negative charges and more come into play, you'll find it's anything but.
Classic jigsaw puzzles are fun and all, but this is the 21st century and we demand more! Which is why Pipkin Games came up with Live Puzzle, an adorable (and tricky) game in which you put together moving pictures. Now, with Live Puzzle 2, there are ten new levels to very pleasantly occupy your time.
What's long and overdue for a trim? No, not your mustache, your lawn. In this puzzle game you must mow the grass by pushing the mower in a continuous path without crossing the already cut portion. With a great retro look and sound, cutting the grass has never been so much fun!
The monkey is back! Or rather, one big monkey and lots of adorable little ones. In the newest instalment of the Monkey GO Happy series, as usual, your job is to put a smile on your furry friend's face by solving point-and-click puzzles. This time, however, each level has three coins which you can collect and buy toys for the mini-monkeys. In a word, adorable.