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2.86

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Mummies Escape Play as Tom Jones, one of the greatest explores who was only just a head, as well as his rag tag group of friends to help undo the curse you released. Dodge blow darts, spikes, and more to collect the jewels in this physics game, before pushing the mummies back into eternal rest.

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North Wind: Trill of Consciousness North Wind: Trill of Consciousness by Henry Gosuen is a creative take on the platform exploration genre. You control the tiny hero named Dir who moves through a blocky world of spikes and obstacles and maze-like puzzles. Instead of scrolling levels that keep pace with the protagonist, though, you do all the swiping yourself from a stationary point of view. It's a bit like Office Rush, Rooms or Continuity, only with a decidedly sweeter metroidvania feel.

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Rating:

4.16

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Can You Escape - Tower Can You Escape - Tower is a short point-and-click mobile room escape game created by MobiGrow. In what should be a familiar set-up, you find yourself trapped in a series of rooms with exits that are locked, barred, concealed or otherwise inaccessible. Your job is to get out, or throw your phone across the room trying! What sets Can You Escape - Tower apart is its striking sense of adventure. You're not just escaping, you're making an epic dash to freedom through a rendered fantasy world!

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Fix My Car - Custom Mods FireRabbit is back with another car-themed point-and-click puzzle game! Fix My Car - Custom Mods takes the hidden object / room escape hybrid formula from the original Fix My Car and gives it a shiny new coat of acrylic urethane paint. This time, instead of fixing the old clunker you're replacing the old parts with shiny new ones. If only sprucing up the old rustbox was half as straightforward in real life!

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Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Peter's town is destroyed, and it's totally not his fault! Blame the giant chicken. But whatever the reason, it's up to you to rebuild it, unlocking tons of characters, items, and hilarious animations along the way. Just keep one hand on your wallet, because this game has its eye on it.

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Cover Orange Journey: Pirates Join your favorite oranges you wouldn't want to eat into a tropical pirate adventure. In this physics puzzler favorite, you've again got to figure out how to tuck the fruit away from exceptionally sharp rain drops by dropping and exploding various objects around each level.

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Rating:

4.65

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David David is a game, an arcade game, and David is a very unusual game. Our little polygon hero finds himself in a world of abstract shapes and giant evil beasts that are out to eviscerate him one angle at a time. His only powers are the ability to run away like a little yellow belly and fire slingshot-like blasts at his foes. Sometimes he feels powerful, sometimes victorious, but there's always nagging feelings of helplessness and hopelessness in this dangerous world that just wants David to go away.

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Rating:

3.67

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Cardinal Quest 2 Ready to die just a little bit more? Then you're ready for Cardinal Quest 2, the turn-based roguelike sequel to 2012's Cardinal Quest, brought to you by randomnine (maker of Fear is Vigilance and a consultant on the original Cardinal Quest game). You'll recognize the great pixel art and the procedurally generated maps of the first game, and appreciate the new complexity.

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Rating:

3.72

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Cavesweeper It advertises itself as a mix between Minesweeper and a roguelike dungeon crawler, but Quikding's Cavesweeper isn't quite either... it's something all its own. In it, you're tasked with exploring a single, linear cave, equipping weapons and armor you find within, collecting gold to spend on various goodies, completing various quests, and slaying all sorts of monsters.

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mummies-escape

Lori.hWho knew that curing a mummy curse would be to simply nudge them back into their sarcophagus? Tom Jones did of course! Mummies Escape (also available free for iOS!) is a physics game where you play Tom Jones, one of the greatest explores who was only just a head, as well as his rag tag group of friends to help undo the curse you released. Dodge blow darts, spikes, and more to collect the jewels before pushing the mummies back into eternal rest.

North Wind: Trill of Consciousness

JohnBNorth Wind: Trill of Consciousness by Henry Gosuen is a creative take on the platform exploration genre. You control the tiny hero named Dir who moves through a blocky world of spikes and obstacles and maze-like puzzles. Instead of scrolling levels that keep pace with the protagonist, though, you do all the swiping yourself from a stationary point of view. It's a bit like Office Rush, Rooms or Continuity, only with a decidedly sweeter metroidvania feel.


Can You Escape - Tower

JohnBCan You Escape - Tower is a short point-and-click mobile room escape game similar to Escape the Office created by MobiGrow. In what should be a familiar set-up, you find yourself trapped in a series of rooms with exits that are locked, barred, concealed or otherwise inaccessible. Your job is to get out, or throw your phone across the room trying! What sets Can You Escape - Tower apart is its striking sense of adventure. You're not just escaping, you're making an epic dash to freedom through a rendered fantasy world!

Fix My Car - Custom Mods

JohnBFireRabbit is back with another car-themed point-and-click puzzle game! Fix My Car - Custom Mods takes the hidden object / room escape hybrid formula from the original Fix My Car and gives it a shiny new coat of acrylic urethane paint. This time, instead of fixing the old clunker you're replacing the old parts with shiny new ones. If only sprucing up the old rustbox was half as straightforward in real life!

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

DoraIt's crude. It's raunchy. It's offensive. It's nonsensical. It's... well, it's Family Guy. In this free mobile game by TinyCo, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a pretty literal title. After a brawl with the fowl Fox executive who cancelled the show, human black hole Peter Griffin finds his town Quahog completely destroyed and his family and friends scattered to the winds. Since the town is destroyed, everyone needs to be put to work to gather cash and experience to rebuild it. Tapping a character will bring up a list of actions they can perform, either as a means to grind money, items, or levels, or to further "quest" requirements. Most quests will unlock new characters and items, as will leveling up your town, while leveling individual characters unlocks new actions and costumes for them to wear. So... yes, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is basically The Simpsons: Tapped Out (unsurprising given they were made by the same people), and that means it's essentially Family Guy themed sea monkeys.

Cover Orange Journey: Pirates

KimberlyYour favorite fruit is back in a new installment of Johnny-K and Vladg's physics puzzle favorite in Cover Orange Journey: Pirates. If you've been following the cute oranges on their travels, you'll now see them warped to a more tropical location. While the weather should be exceptional, unfortunately the evil rain cloud seems to follow them wherever they go. So it's not going to be oranges sipping Mai Tais on the beach (there's a cannibal joke in there somewhere), but oranges rolling for their lives. It falls to you to keep them safe. Again. Poor things.


David

JohnBDavid is a game, an arcade game, and David is a very unusual game. Our little polygon hero finds himself in a world of abstract shapes and giant evil beasts that are out to eviscerate him one angle at a time. His only powers are the ability to run away like a little yellow belly and fire slingshot-like blasts at his foes. Sometimes he feels powerful, sometimes victorious, but there's always nagging feelings of helplessness and hopelessness in this dangerous world that just wants David to go away.


Cardinal Quest 2

drstrosyReady to die just a little bit more? Then you're ready for Cardinal Quest 2, the turn-based roguelike sequel to 2012's Cardinal Quest, brought to you by randomnine (maker of Fear is Vigilance and a consultant on the original Cardinal Quest game). You'll recognize the great pixel art and the procedurally generated maps of the first game, and appreciate the new complexity. The new game, now available for iOS (with Android and PC/Mac/Linux versions on the way), has six characters to choose from and three levels of difficulty. You start with the fighter, but gain morale along the way—the one thing you take with you when you die. Because you will die, my friend. You will die often and sometimes unexpectedly.


Cavesweeper

SonicLoverIt advertises itself as a mix between Minesweeper and a roguelike dungeon crawler, but Quikding's Cavesweeper isn't quite either... it's something all its own. In it, you're tasked with exploring a single, linear cave, equipping weapons and armor you find within, collecting gold to spend on various goodies, completing various quests, and slaying all sorts of monsters... the last of which you do by unmasking tiles in a Minesweeper-esque grid.


Words & Cards

ArtbegottiThere's no beating around the bush with this one: Words & Cards is the combination of a word game and a card game, and playing it is just as easy as the title suggests. In this multiplayer game by Royal Palm Games, you've got to make a word using the pool of eleven letters that you share with your opponent. You earn points for the consonants you use in your word, and those consonants are converted into playing cards, with which you can play poker-style hands to grab more points.

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the iPhone 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.


Noir Syndrome

JohnBDetective work isn't known for its shallow learning curve. Or for being the kind of thing you can do while standing in line at the post office. With Noir Syndrome, however, solving crimes has become quite a bit more casual. This pick up and play adventure game gives you randomly generated murder mysteries to solve, all you have to do is gather the clues and make the arrest! Oh, and pick a few locks, shoot a few baddies, and have a few snacks. Detectives gotta eat too, you know.


Monument Valley

JohnBMonument Valley is a creative puzzle game that looks like something Wonderputt developer Reece Millidge would create and plays like Echochrome (or BOXGAME, if you like), even though it's made by ustwo, the developer of Whale Trail. Set in a surreal world of shapes and tricky perspectives, you control Ida as she ventures from level to level, walking on walls and twisting platforms as she tries to figure out where she's at and what the heck is going on in this dreamlike world.

Sokoboom 2

DoraMuch like Solitaire or Tetris or Ding-Dong-Ditch, Sokoban is one of the classic staples of gaming people just can't stay away from, handing it tenderly down through the ages like some ancient swaddled baby. A baby we play with while we're on hold with the cable company, or while we're waiting for the jagoff in front of us at the coffee shop to order his venti frappe double mocha skinny whatever whatever MAKE UP YOUR MIND, BRAH! In-Finity's Sokoboom scratched that itch just fine with simple yet sleek puzzle solving, and now it's time for Sokoboom 2. Subtitle: The Sokobooming. Son of Sokoboom. Why do developers never take my ideas? This is why they pay me the medium bucks. As before, just use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to walk and push any block you encounter in that direction as long as the way is clear, trying to cover all x-marks-the-spot-spots on the floor.


Aerena

drstrosyReady to sail the seven skies, engaging in honorable combat in your battered but serviceable airship? You'll do just that in Cliffhanger Productions' new turn-based strategy game, Ærena: Clash of Champions, currently playable in early access Alpha on Steam, and available on your computer and to play cross-platform on your Android device, with iOS support coming soon! Artistically a mashup of steampunk and WWII pinup art, the story drops you into a world of noble battle between sky pirates. In many ways, it plays like a steampunk chess game, if chess had bombs and rocket launchers (which, face it, we'd all love to see). Like all turn-based RPGs, you choose your team, in this case, the crew for your airship, and as you level up and earn coin, you can hire new crew members, purchase bomb packs, and even upgrade to a better ship. Once you enter battle, you place three of your team members on the board and move them to attack either the opponents on the board or the rival ship itself.

Cabin Escape: Alice's Story

GrinnypMemories are amongst our most precious possessions, next to our flat-screen TVs. We spend millions on backups and storage and have been known to run back into burning buildings to save the family photos (after saving the kids and pets, of course, we're not monsters). Memories are what defines who we are, so the idea of slowly losing them can be terrifying, which is the basis of many a great movie, television show, and adventure game. Glitch Games knows this, which is why memory and its gain and/or loss is at the heart of their fantastic Forever Lost series of point-and-click (or point-and-tap) adventures. Now comes their latest effort, Cabin Escape: Alice's Story, the fabulous prequel in the form of a classic room escape.

Cabin Escape: Alice's StoryIf you've played Forever Lost: Episode 1 or Episode 2 (and why haven't you, they're fabulous) you know at least some of the story. No spoilers here, but Cabin Escape fills in a significant blank in the story, as well as being a wonderful stand-alone gem. Jason, the protagonist of the aforementioned series, has left Alice alone in their vacation cabin. Being that she has difficulty retaining memories (Memento much?) Jason has tried to help by making the entire cabin a series of mind-benders in order to keep Alice's cognitive functions sharp. Yes, the plot has more than a passing resemblance to Tesshi-e's oeuvre of "locking someone into a confined space so they can have fun puzzling their way out", only with more moody atmospherics and less wobbly pictures.

You, as Alice, must tap around this haunting cabin and solve puzzles galore in order to walk out the front door. The game features the controls of the big games, the suitcase inventory and the wonderful in-game camera that you can use to take photos of anything that you might want to remember later. There is a hint feature available, but only as microtransactions, with one purchase unlocking a series of hints for one specific puzzle. With the presence of a few wicked brain-teasers and at least one mystery that requires thinking way outside the box, Cabin Escape: Alice's story is a lively challenge for room escape fans, especially those that would like to see the clear, logical elements common to the best eastern-designed escapes presented with a western flair. Glitch Games brings the escaping joy with this impressive titbit to tide the fans over until Forever Lost Episode 3.

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