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Gunspell When your sister goes missing, you discover she was leading a dangerous life you never knew about, and now you're part of it. Match gems to defeat monsters and unlock powerful ... When your sister goes missing, you discover she was leading a dangerous life you never knew about, and now you're part of it. Match gems to defeat monsters and unlock powerful armor and spells in this casual Puzzle-Quest-alike. Despite suffering from clunkiness left over from its initial incarnation as a free-to-play mobile game, it's still goofy good fun.

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Whispering Willows Elena's father is missing, and after dreams drive her to an old mansion, she discovers her ancestors left her more than she ever imagined. Use the power of her amulet to conver... Elena's father is missing, and after dreams drive her to an old mansion, she discovers her ancestors left her more than she ever imagined. Use the power of her amulet to converse with spirits and solve puzzles, uncovering the history of the manor, in this gorgeous but short indie game, also for consoles and iOS and Android.

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Sage Solitaire In this twist on classic solitaire games for iOS, you must make poker-like hands to attempt to clear the board. Make hands by using cards from at least two rows. Whether it's ... In this twist on classic solitaire games for iOS, you must make poker-like hands to attempt to clear the board. Make hands by using cards from at least two rows. Whether it's a full house or a simple pair, earn as many points as you can. Each hand has a point value, and each game has a bonus suit that lets you up your score even further.

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Time Clickers Proton Studios serves up a simple but addictive mash-up of shooter and incremental idle game, as you take up your pistol and purchase automated, upgradeable weaponry to shoot y... Proton Studios serves up a simple but addictive mash-up of shooter and incremental idle game, as you take up your pistol and purchase automated, upgradeable weaponry to shoot your way through stationary red cubes in levels packed with achievements, power-ups and more. Also free for iOS and Android, as well as Steam!

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Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon Collect and eat bugs as a spider in this atmospheric exploration game, for your PC or your iOS. Creep into every nook and cranny to find clues to solve the mysteries of the aba... Collect and eat bugs as a spider in this atmospheric exploration game, for your PC or your iOS. Creep into every nook and cranny to find clues to solve the mysteries of the abandoned estate while building webs to snag yourself some dinner. Whether you're in it for the exploration, or are driven to get a high score, you'll be sure to be entertained.

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4.20

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Mazes of Karradash Fond of dungeon crawls? How about classic RPG themes with plenty of races and classes? Feeling a nostalgia for the days where you had to switch out floppy disks to continue on ... Fond of dungeon crawls? How about classic RPG themes with plenty of races and classes? Feeling a nostalgia for the days where you had to switch out floppy disks to continue on to the next chapter of a game? Then 68k Studios's is here for you with Mazes of Karradash for iOS and Android!

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Game of Loot Discover the next free clicky-clicky game you'll want for Android and iOS — a tile-based collapse game with a classic dungeon crawl theme and plenty of crafting thrown fo... Discover the next free clicky-clicky game you'll want for Android and iOS — a tile-based collapse game with a classic dungeon crawl theme and plenty of crafting thrown for good measure by Super Ultra Hyper!

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4.50

Domino Drop Play dominoes in a whole new way in Domino Drop. In this puzzle game, decide where to drop dominoes at the top of the screen. When two or more of the same number touch, they di... Play dominoes in a whole new way in Domino Drop. In this puzzle game, decide where to drop dominoes at the top of the screen. When two or more of the same number touch, they disappear, clearing space for you to continue. How high can you get your score?

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3.51

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Vineyard Escape It's a beautiful day outside, but you're stuck in a work room, and even once you manage to unlock the door, that isn't the end of things in this gorgeous escape game from Pine ... It's a beautiful day outside, but you're stuck in a work room, and even once you manage to unlock the door, that isn't the end of things in this gorgeous escape game from Pine Studio that's also free for Android and iOS!

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Gunspell

DoraBest regarded as a gonzo match-3 RPG Puzzle Quest-alike, Ino-Co's Gunspell, also available free-to-play on iOS and Android, is a little bit bonkers in a good way. As the game opens, you play good ol' John D., a policeman in search of his sister, Alex, who he quickly discovers he doesn't know as well as he thinks. In short order, you find yourself stranded in a bizarre world full of monsters, demons, and the undead, because of course you do, and the only way to defeat them is in turn-based match-3 combat, because of course it is. Swap any two adjacent tiles on the board to make matches of three or more identical tokens. Gemstones restore mana appropriate to their colour, while green tokens restore health, purple grant experience, silver gives cash to spend, and skulls deal damage. Your goal, naturally, is to slay your enemy before they can do the same to you, and if you win, you'll be granted treasure and even valuable equipment. Of course, that's just the basics. You've got an inventory of weapons and armor with passive and other abilities, magic spells, quests, and more. The end result is a goofy and enjoyable match-3 hybrid with a great aesthetic and simple yet addictive gameplay, but frustrating remnants from its free-to-play roots and some rough edges make the desktop version feel unpolished.


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Whispering Willows

DoraElena Elkhorn's father is missing, and she knows it's got something to do with the strange, isolated mansion he was working at as a groundskeeper. She's been having strange dreams about him trapped inside, and unable to bear it any longer, she grabs the amulet he gave her and sets out to investigate herself. What she never expected was to find the tormented spirits haunting the grounds, or that her heritage was so... otherworldly. In Night Light Interactive's indie horror adventure Whispering Willows, also available for iOS and Android as well as Playstation 4, the XBOX One, and the Wii U, Elena discovers her ancestral amulet glows in the presence of spirits, and can be used to enhance her shamanic powers and leave her body. Scary? Sure, but she's going to need all the help she can get to find her father, especially since she's trapped on the mansion's grounds herself, and she'll need to uncover its unhappy history in the process. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move around, the [spacebar] to interact, and [E] to open or close your inventory. Pressing [Q] will allow Elena to exit her body, which means she can converse with spirits, slip through cracks (no, she can't just pass through whatever she wants), and possess and manipulate glowing objects. She can't venture too far from her body, however, and in her physical form Elena is vulnerable to certain dangers. Though short and potentially too easy for some, Whispering Willows is still a gorgeous piece of spooky storytelling to see you through an evening.


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Sage Solitaire

KimberlyImagine you are sitting in your living room, bored and with nothing but your iOS device to keep you your loneliness at bay. As you listlessly swipe through the app store, you stumble upon Sage Solitare, by Zach Gage, and think, "Why not? I'm already alone." Soon you'll be engrossed in a nice twist on solitaire games and be glad there's no one around you have to share it with. The object of the game is to clear the board of all cards while getting the highest score possible. But this is no ordinary solitaire game! Instead of one row of cards, there are three rows of three piles each. The number of cards in each pile decreases from top to bottom. Unlike traditional solitaire and a lot like poker, you have to make hands from these cards to clear the board. Hands are very similar to what you find in poker, with pairs, straights, and flushes, though not exactly the same. Hand types and their point values are listed when you tap the hand type button at the top of the screen. But of course there's a catch! You have to use cards from at least two of the three rows or the hand is invalid. That nice row of lucky sevens you were dealt isn't so lucky after all. When you can't make any more hands, it's game over.


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Time Clickers

ProtonStudio's Time Clickers, also free for iOS and Android as well as ye olde Steam, is billed as "an incremental game with guns and time travel", though sadly Taco Bell is nowhere to be found. Instead, it's just you and your pistol against red biospheres, cubes that can be destroyed by aiming and firing on them with the mouse, and grant cash when destroyed to spend on either upgrading your weapon, or buying other automatic "team" weapons that fire and gather cash on their own. Every few levels you'll face a miniboss that needs to be destroyed before time runs out, while at other times bonus objects like rainbow orbs may appear to be shot and grant big cash bonuses. If you can't pass a boss level, just click one of the lesser levels at the top of the screen to go back and grind for cash. With tons of upgrades, achievements, and more to find, Time Clickers is a simple formula, but rendered weirdly addictive thanks to fast-paced gameplay and a snappy style and soundtrack. Though eventually the damage your "team" does far outstrips your pistol without piling on the upgrades, and some players will be disappointed that it lacks the weirdo charm and humour of other idle games like Candy Box! or Cookie Clicker, Time Clickers will appeal to fans of bombastic arcade-style shooter games. You can eventually unlock special abilities, and as you move from location to location, the game only gets, well, prettier. It's sort of like the gaming equivalent of a lava lamp crossed with a Michael Bay movie, if you get my drift. And even if you don't, Time Clickers is a solid, satisfyingly stylish addition to the incremental genre.

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Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon

KimberlyAs a human, I'd be too scared to sneak around an abandoned mansion, especially on a rainy night. But as a spider? Sure, I could do that, especially if there's no people around to crush me under their shoes. Tiger Style Games, makers of Waking Mars, lets you explore the mysteries of the estate in Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon on your iOS device or PC. Tap and hold to make your spider walk, or swipe to make it jump. Tap on the spider to make it crouch. When you jump starting from a crouch, a strand of silk will follow your trail. If you land on a surface close enough, you'll anchor the strand and create the side of a web. When you create any geometric shape the web will be filled in, ready for bug catching.


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mazesofkarradash

Lori.hWarning: This game contains flashing elements which may trigger photosensitive seizures in people with epilepsy. Fond of dungeon crawls? How about classic RPG themes with plenty of races and classes? Feeling a nostalgic for the days where you had to switch out floppy disks to continue on to the next chapter of a game? Then 68k Studios is here for you with their mobile game Mazes of Karradash for Android and iOS! This retro adventure game stays true to its inspiration of ye old days with its pixel art and even the sounds of floppy discs being read. Your goal is to build up your town with the money gained by adventurers diving into the Maze. While they don't come back alive, their gold makes it out intact, which lets you build more houses for new races to come and join, or more academies for learning new classes, as well as other buildings that help improve your next hero. Every level of the cave contains a boss guarding the exit somewhere in the level, but with a small mini map and a screen that only shows you one square in front of you, you'll soon understand why it's called a maze instead of dungeon. But searching the area (whether by actually exploring or just being lost) you'll find chests containing gold, potions or relics of weapons or armor which then unlock better equipment. As you travel, however, your chances of being attacked by some stereotypical dungeon monsters increases. This is indicated in the corner by an orb that slowly turns red with each movement. Expect to die plenty of times, but each death is another step forward for the generations to come, and soon your little humble village will be a blooming city of heroes.


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Game of Loot

SatoriYearning for that next tough-to-put-down tap game for your mobile device? Game of Loot is a free iOS and Android match-3 style game that's themed like a sweet dungeon crawling RPG from the days of yore with a healthy dollop of modern-day crafting thrown in for good measure. Combining the best gameplay elements from each of these genres, Super Ultra Hyper have given the whole thing a crisp, visually-pleasing and 'action hero comic book' graphical format and buttery-smooth feel, making for an environment that's eminently comfortable to interact in. Tap to remove groups of three or more tiles, which also sends your conveniently color-coded questing heroes on the attack and recovers their stamina. Fight unique dungeon creatures with gameplay-altering special abilities, earn recipes and crafting materials, and upgrade your party's equipment for even better hauls! Rows of colored tiles will advance from the bottom of the screen, and if they're push all the way off the top your corresponding heroes will take hits! You'll need to be quick to spot and collapse groups of three or more, which will alter the grouping of the remaining tiles. Dungeon critters will often have their own special abilities, such as increasing or decreasing the tile spawn rate while they live, or turning various tiles to stone or bombs. You can revert them by matching adjacent tiles, but eventually remaining bombs will explode and your party will take damage.


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Domino Drop

KimberlyDominoes is probably pretty darn close to the original tile matching game. With a genre that's been around since before computers, it's hard to keep related games feeling fresh. But now you can play dominoes by dropping tiles rather than placing them in Domino Drop, a strategic puzzle game for your iOS device (Android version coming soon!) by Vitalii Zlotskii. Touch and swipe to align your tile, and release to let it go. Reminiscent of Dr. Mario, when two or more matching pieces touch, they disappear, leaving the other half of the domino to drop down. Unlike Dr. Mario, however, you can't rotate your tiles. The game keeps track of both your score and how many dominoes you've dropped, and when the board fills, it's game over.


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Vineyard Escape

Also free for Android and iOS, Pine Studio's Vineyard Escape traps you inside a work room that would be perfectly pleasant if not for all that glorious sunlight and those rolling hills you can see outside. I mean, sure, you've got tools and a wine press lying around, so you could do some actual work, but... outsiiiiiiiiiiiiide. And hey, who says opening the door is your only objective... ? Click around to interact with things, keeping an eye out for a changing cursor and a pop up text, and click items at the bottom of the screen in your inventory as you gather them, to use or combine with one another. The fist in your inventory doesn't actually represent some heinous murder trophy you've been locked away for, it's used for "force", so try it on things you think might need a little muscle to get by. Vineyard Escape might be one of Pine Studio's loveliest games, with lovely golden light pouring in the windows and a warm, cozy design, though the soundtrack is a little too obnoxiously loud and "regal" for the setting. Like a lot of games from Pine Studio, you may find yourself occasionally butting up against odd logical leaps, if only because some of the ways you need to use or combine items aren't going to be your instinctive reaction, and there really should be a way to reset one or two of the puzzles back to their original state. Still, though it isn't a particularly long game, it's definitely a pleasant and relaxing one, making Vineyard Escape a beautiful, sunlit break no matter where you are.

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Download on the AppstoreVineyard Escape (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

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Hacked

SatoriIf a constant barrage of mainstream films and television shows has taught us anything, it's that knowledge is power and that hacking is the great equalizer. Remember the heady rush of the mid-nineties when teens everywhere were going to 'hack the planet!' and 'stick it to the man!'? Yeaaahhhh! We didn't have the slightest clue how to go about it of course, and when it came to actually buckling down and learning how to code, well, confound it if something more interesting didn't always seem to come up. Now Fabien Devos and Joaquim Verges have slipped you a Hackpad, a snazzy little device that can hack into any computer system in the world... if only you can learn to operate it. Hacked is a learn-to-code puzzle game free for Android, currently in a rough-and-ready early release stage that makes learning how to code fun and engaging. In Puzzle mode, each level presents you with three examples of Input and their required Outputs. It's up to you to place basic elements of code to process the examples correctly, and passing each level will grant you access to new coding functions. You'll learn as you progress even if you're new to coding, and by the time you're through you'll be able to write apps and games shareable with your friends playing Hacked, or with the Hacked community in general. Showing just what's possible, there are player-created mini-implementations of Flappy Bird, 2048 and even Cookie Clicker freely downloadable and playable from within Hacked's virtual computer. All of it's proof that when you learn to code you can do all that, and even more! Viva la revolucion información!


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Cube Escape: Case 23

DoraThe latest installment in Rusty Lake's wildly popular point-and-click horror adventure series has arrived in the form of Cube Escape: Case 23, also free for iOS and Android, and right away its apparent that this already surreal series is getting even darker. As it opens, you're investigating the murder of a young woman, someone who may look a little familiar to you if you've played Cube Escape: Seasons and Cube Escape: The Lake, and this isn't your cut-and-dry homicide. Hope you've got your sunglasses ready and puns all thought out. To play, just click the tiny black arrows at the edges of the screen to move around, and the cursor will change whenever it passes over something you can interact with. You can click an item in your inventory to hold it to try to use it somewhere, or you can scroll through it using the white arrows or by dragging up and down on that side of the screen. You're looking for evidence as you examine this grisly scene, but this house has some seriously weird secrets, and it's going to take a gumshoe who can think outside the box to make sense of things... if, that is, there is sense yet to be made, and that's just the tip of an adventure that continues to add up the puzzle pieces from the previous games. Settle in, folks, this is a long one... and get ready for a jump scare or two.


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Duke Dashington

Johnny123 Alright, adventurers! It's time for a spot of good old fashioned temple exploring action! That's just what you get in Duke Dashington, an action puzzle game by Adventure Islands (also for Android and iOS!) that puts you in the role of the titular chipper explorer whose upper lip is so stiff he can break walls with it. Duke's quite the eager beaver when it comes to diving headfirst into collapsing temples, so much so that once you launch him in a particular direction with the [arrow] or [WASD] keys, he won't stop until he hits something. This is extremely useful, as you only have ten seconds to complete each room before the roof collapses on top of you, but it does have its drawbacks when spikes, saws, or lava pits are around. Reflexes are the name of the game, here - you have to assess each level quickly and get to dashing if you want to complete all 120 rooms spread out over four temples in good time.


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Splendor

ArtbegottiIf you want to build the greatest gem trade empire, you've got to hire the best gem collectors, network the best gem shippers, and attract the richest gem enthusiasts. As luck would have it though, they all want to be paid for their services... in gems. In Splendor, the mobile port of the strategy board game by Space Cowboys, gems beget gems, and you've got to get to them first. Gems taken from the supply are used to buy your workers who provide more gems for you to use, but you've got to prevent your rivals from doing the same!


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Doodle God Blitz

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Also free for iOS and Android, Doodle God Blitz is a browser port of JoyBits' newest free-to-play spin on the classic Doodle God game formula, and a flashier (and timer-y-er) version of their Doodle God 2 online game. The premise is still the same... as the preeminent doodle deity, your job in this puzzle game is to create things by combining elements. Fire and Earth make lava, for instance, but how do you suppose one goes about making Ice Cream? Warriors? Fireworks? See, whenever you make a new "element", it gets added to the pool to be combined with others, and there are tons to unlock and use. Unlike the original Doodle God, however, Doodle God Blitz uses several different currencies and timers... while you can play it without paying a cent, especially if you complete the quests to gain more energy (in which case our Doodle God walkthrough may help!), it means a lot of waiting around. Every successful match you make costs you one point of energy, which regenerates at a slow pace, or you can use the Mana you earn to purchase more immediately (as well as hints) if you don't want to spend real cash. None of this is news to you if you've checked out the mobile versions, which this is identical to, but it's a little jarring to see it in your browser, and the ads can be frustratingly interruptive, so caveat emptor. Doodle God Blitz is still a gorgeous game with a great premise, and watching the world get filled in as you play is a lovely touch, so if you've been craving more of that doodlin', it's worth a look.

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Download on the AppstoreDoodle God Free (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch)

Google PlayDoodle God Free (Android, Android Tablet)

Thanks to CyberJar88 for sending this one in!


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Brain Dots

KimberlyFrom the title, you may get the image of little specks all over that thing stuck in your head, but Brain Dots, a puzzle drawing game free for Android and iOS by Translimit Inc, is really nothing of the sort (and much more pleasant to think about). Although this free game for your mobile device has simple rules, the puzzles can be anything but. The goal is to get the blue dot and the pink dot to touch. Tap and hold to draw some lines, then sit back and see if you've managed to pass the level. If the dots don't touch, or one falls off the screen, it's game over. There are no time or line length limits, and you can try each level as many times as you need. After you figure it out, there's an option to share your masterpiece or haphazard solution with your friends.

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