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Plants vs Zombies 2 Strategy Guide Egypt got you down? Zombies trashing your tulips in the Wild West? We've got some help for you in our strategy guide for Plants vs Zombies 2, Popcap's popular free-to-play towe... Egypt got you down? Zombies trashing your tulips in the Wild West? We've got some help for you in our strategy guide for Plants vs Zombies 2, Popcap's popular free-to-play tower defense game for iOS and Android!

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3.67

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Divide by Sheep The Grim Reaper is a little lonely, and he's got a plan to literally MAKE friends by flooding the world and ferrying some cuddly animal souls right into his arms. In this ghoul... The Grim Reaper is a little lonely, and he's got a plan to literally MAKE friends by flooding the world and ferrying some cuddly animal souls right into his arms. In this ghoulish and clever indie puzzle game, also for iOS, guide sheep, wolves, and other critters onto rafts and out of harm's way... SOMEtimes.

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Rating:

4.00

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Beast Bound Free with ads for Android and iOS, Beast Bound is a nostalgic, very quirky, and very funny RPG where you and your magical floating cat friend Cappi are struggling to make a liv... Free with ads for Android and iOS, Beast Bound is a nostalgic, very quirky, and very funny RPG where you and your magical floating cat friend Cappi are struggling to make a living as beast hunters, until you stumble across a strange machine and realize something very weird is happening on your formerly peaceful little island.

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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box Rusty Lake returns with another of their popular unsettling and surreal escape games, also free for iOS and Android. You find yourself in a box, surrounded by a strange mish-ma... Rusty Lake returns with another of their popular unsettling and surreal escape games, also free for iOS and Android. You find yourself in a box, surrounded by a strange mish-mash of items, and to get out, you'll need to solve a variety of puzzles that will force you to think outside the box.

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Rating:

4.08

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Missing Translation The story line to AlPixel's free indie adventure game seems rather simple. You go out for a late night walk to help you sleep only to find yourself being sucked into an alien w... The story line to AlPixel's free indie adventure game seems rather simple. You go out for a late night walk to help you sleep only to find yourself being sucked into an alien world. You need to solve puzzles to start the machine that pulled you out of your world. But as long as you're there you might as well explore a new culture, and learn a new language if you're up for the challenge.

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Merendam: Escape from Seram Isle Chapter 1 When a car overturns one rainy night after being accosted by a terrifying apparition, a young girl finds herself stranded in the middle of nowhere, and to find her way home she... When a car overturns one rainy night after being accosted by a terrifying apparition, a young girl finds herself stranded in the middle of nowhere, and to find her way home she'll need to deal with hostile spirits and confounding puzzles in this action adventure also available for iOS and Android.

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Rating:

4.13

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Fallout Shelter Hello, chiiiiiiiiiiilllllldren! Bethesda serves up a free simplified simulation for iOS (coming soon to Android) of their wildly popular Fallout game universe, where you are th... Hello, chiiiiiiiiiiilllllldren! Bethesda serves up a free simplified simulation for iOS (coming soon to Android) of their wildly popular Fallout game universe, where you are the Overseer charged with handling the running of an enormous Vault by ordering your Dwellers around and keeping them happy and healthy.

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Rating:

3.33

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Gnome Go Home After a long day of slaving away in the mines, these gnomes just want to get back to their little homey cottages to rest their tired little bodies. This wouldn't be so bad if i... After a long day of slaving away in the mines, these gnomes just want to get back to their little homey cottages to rest their tired little bodies. This wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the vile witch who twisted and falsified some of the paths. Help them find their way back home and keep the witch from having her way in this puzzle game also free for Android!

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Green Ninja: Year of the Frog It's the Year of the Frog, free for iOS and Android by Nitrome, which means cute green amphibians are on the menu. But not this frog! He's more ninja than the ninjas in this ex... It's the Year of the Frog, free for iOS and Android by Nitrome, which means cute green amphibians are on the menu. But not this frog! He's more ninja than the ninjas in this exciting puzzle game. Kick your way past hundreds of ninjas with a swipe of your finger as you take revenge on your captors.

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Plants vs Zombies 2 Strategy Guide

To win at Popcap's popular free-to-play tower defense game for iOS and Android Plants vs Zombies 2 you need to use your braaaaaaaains, but even the wiliest gardener might find themselves between a rock and a hard place with so many levels. Want to bury the zombie horde without spending a cent of real money? We're here to help you with our strategy guide, provided by Stan, that will give you tips and tricks to get through each level! Hit on below for our best strategies, or share your own with other players in the comments!


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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box

Dora[Note: This game contains cartoon gore, with an option to disable SOME of it from the main menu.]

In tinyBuild's deceptively adorable indie puzzle game Divide by Sheep, for iPad and iPhone (with Android on the way!) as well as PC and Mac, things get dangerous when Death gets lonely. A kraken for a best friend is great, sure, but you know what? There are a lot of animals on Earth, and surely nobody would miss a few dozen of those to bring some comfort to the Grim Reaper, right? Unless you're the sheep, pigs, and wolves our skeleton friend wants to cuddle up with. Now thanks to death, the happy grasslands our woolly friends frolic in are flooding, and the incoming life rafts can only save so many! In each level, several rafts will show up, each with a specific weight limit... too many sheep and it'll sink! The problem is the sheep are all stranded on tiny islands in random groups, so you have to figure out how to combine them to get the maximum number of sheep per raft to save, or, well, how to sacrifice the ones you don't need for the greater good. Tap on an island and drag towards an adjacent land mass to move all sheep on it to where you've indicated. Each sheep needs a tile to stand on, and if there isn't one for it, well, it's into the water it goes. You need to figure out how to make best use of the available land to fill all three life rafts to maximum capacity... easier said than done, especially when hungry wolves, barbed wire, lasers, and more begin to be added to the mix! What can we say, Death is really lonely, and with 120 levels to solve across four worlds, he's also pretty persistent. And what do you think will happen when the other animals want to get out of the way of the rising water too? Or when Death gets tired of waiting?


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Beast Bound

DoraIn JB Gaming's RPG adventure Beast Bound, free for iOS and Android, you and your sassy floating cat-panion Cappi have been struggling to get by as monster hunters on the island of Manaden, but you don't exactly have the best reputation, so the bills (and pizza boxes) have been piling up, not to mention you're constantly being shown up by the rude (and incompetent) local hero Sky and his "friends". You manage to pick up some work clearing low level beasties for a local farmer when you stumble across a strange contraption that seems to be pumping mana straight out of the earth, and a strange folder inside it you can't manage to open. What are the chances you've just stumbled across a threat to the world that you'll have to stop, d'you suppose? You'll explore the island finding treasure and duking it out with monsters in a vaguely Super Mario RPG-esque turn-based battle system. Back at your cramped and dirty headquarters, you can decorate, clean up, craft potions and more. With simple to master gameplay and a beautiful style housing wonderfully funny dialogue, Beast Bound is a light-hearted and nostalgic RPG adventure for just about anyone, despite some rough edges.


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Cube Escape: Harvey's Box

DoraThe year is 1969, and you don't know where you are... well, apart from being in a box with a fish, an egg, and a bunch of other random items in Rusty Lake's Cube Escape: Harvey's Box, also free for iOS and Android, and you'd better believe it's as surreal as Seasons, The Lake, and Arles. As usual, click on things to interact with them, and use the small arrows at the edges of the screen to move around. The cursor won't change even if it passes over something you can use, so make sure you investigate everything, and, well, think outside the box a little. Or maybe a lot. The Cube Escape series has never so much been known for holding the player's hand as shoving them bodily in, and Harvey's Box is no different. Not only are items and secrets strewn everywhere, but their uses and solutions will need some creative thought... and perhaps a bit of musical inclination.


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missing-translation

Lori.hAfter trying to put up with insomnia for most of the night, you decide to go on a late night walk to hopefully help you sleep better. Instead, you are sucked into a different alien world and have to find the parts of the machine that brought you there so you can get back... and hopefully get some more shut-eye before having to work the next day. AlPixel's free indie puzzle adventure game Missing Translation is a unique game, as not only are you figuring out the logic puzzles that will help reunite you with your bed, but also see if you can't figure out the native dialect. There are plenty of friendly people to attempt to talk to, and even a school that keeps its front door unlocked, but there are no stepping stones here to help you get a leg up. No cheat sheet, no easy cryptogram, just bizarre symbols you have to figure out the meaning of. If learning new languages isn't your thing, then the game can be completed without bothering with it, but if you want a challenge and a unique play, then you should also be aware that this game is also for Android devices as well (though not free), so you won't have to miss out, even on the go.


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Merendam: Escape from Seram Isle Chapter 1

DoraMerendam: Escape from Seram Isle Chapter 1, also available (though not free) for iOS and Android, is an appealingly freaky horror action adventure where you play a young girl stranded in the middle of nowhere after an apparition attacks the car she's in and causes it to turn over. Considering the ominous words of the man driving the car, our heroine might have avoided a nasty situation, but is being lost with a bunch of vicious spectres much better? Merendam might be a little weird to pick up at first. On the PC, [A] and [D] are to move left and right, while the [spacebar] can be used to interact, though the touchscreen buttons work just as well. Most action buttons must be held down for a few seconds until they're confirmed, such as holding down the blue eye button for several seconds while the camera pans in. You'll want to keep an eye out for those contextual icons when they appear, as they'll let you know when there's something you want to take a closer look at. Your inventory is limited to two items at a time, so you can drop an item you're carrying on the floor by dragging its icon out of your inventory on the left until it turns from green to blue. You can save your game at a few select locations, which is something you shouldn't neglect since there are murderous spirits about that need to be defeated by following onscreen prompts. Quick time events may be scary enough on their own, but with a creepy atmosphere and tons of jump scares, Merendam is an appealingly freaky adventure that echoes some classic survival horror titles... though not without a few rough patches.


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Fallout Shelter

DoraBethesda's Fallout Shelter, free for iOS and coming soon to Android, is sort of weird. Created to promote the upcoming time-devouring beast we all live in fear and anticipation of that is Fallout 4, it's a simplified management simulation in which you try to keep your growing community of eternally grinning "Vault Dwellers" alive and well for as long as possible in a growing underground vault after the end of the world. Doing so means keeping them supplied with food, energy, and water, so you'll need to put your peeps to work by dragging them around to the various rooms until you find something they're good at... each Vault Dweller has their own set of S.P.E.C.I.A.L. statistics (Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence, Agility and Luck) that makes them better at some jobs than others, though later on these statistics can be improved or trained. It takes time to generate each resource, however, so it's important not to stretch yourself too thin, since "Rushing" to finish work ahead of time can lead to catastrophic failure instead of an early delivered bounty. You'll earn Caps, of course, from completing tasks and achievements, which can be used to build new things, and Lunchboxes (granted rarely through gameplay or via in-app purchases) offer random cards with a chance at anything from powerful equipment to special Dwellers with high skills. You'll build a radio to draw in other survivors, though also potentially attract the attention of raiders, send explorers out into the Wasteland to find new equipment, and more. Though perhaps not complex enough to keep everyone hooked for long, Fallout Shelter's appealingly simplified approach to post-apocalyptic simulation is worth fans checking out... no hands on experience with radroaches required.


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Rating: 3.3/5 (36 votes)
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gnome-go-home

Lori.hAfter a long day of slaving away in the mines, these gnomes just want to get back to their little homey cottages to rest their tired little bodies. Their bodies are so tired in fact that their brains are on snooze while their feet just follow the bumpy little paths. This wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the vile witch who twisted and falsified some of the paths. And being the opportunist they are, a large gathering of monsters have found their perches at the dead ends of the roads so they can gobble up any tiny gnome who ventures their way. Thankfully the paths are covered with 'switches' that alter the pathway so you can make sure the Gnomes have a safe travel in this cheerful puzzle game, for browser and Android, brought to us by Art4Game, Gnomes Go Home. Every level you need a certain number of gnomes to reach the house while scooping up stars along the way. Things aren't going to be as easy as it sounds with the witch still around, and throw in a few trap houses and you'll find yourself tightening on your thinking caps to win this charming little game.


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Green Ninja: Year of the Frog

KimberlyIt's not easy being green. Especially when you've been captured by ninjas craving frog legs. Well this time, they've messed with the wrong amphibian in Nitrome's puzzle game Green Ninja: Year of the Frog, free with ads for iOS and Android. Swipe in the way you want the green ninja to go and you will ninja kick in that direction until you hit a wall, taking down all the evil ninjas in your path, all while croaking your fearsome ninja call. Not all walls are created equal. Your frog will grab on to basic red walls, but golden ones are too slippery. There are one way walls, and green sticky walls. There are also blocks and barrels that will move when you hit them, as well as hazards for you to avoid. It's possible to get stuck, so use the handy reset level button in the corner if that happens. Can you out ninja the ninjas?


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Escape from the Catacombs

Also free for iOS and Android, Pine Studio's Escape from the Catacombs has locked you up and (presumably) thrown away the key, stranding you with a bunch of skeletons, cryptic clues, and... your fist. Okay, so the icon in your inventory is to allow you to "use force" on things, but I think we know what the funnier descriptor is. Most items that display text when you mouse over them can be clicked on to interact, and you can try combining any items you're carrying by clicking first one, then the other. Some objects really blend into the background due to the game's ominous atmosphere, so if you're stuck, you may want to double-check and make sure there's nothing useful lurking in the shadows. Escape from the Catacombs strikes a nice balance between logic puzzles and simply using the correct items where they need to be, though not every solution is instinctively logical. Despite that, this escape is pretty short, leaving you free to escape your faceless captors into the night... until next time!

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Download on the AppstoreEscape from the Catacombs (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)


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Escape from the Catacombs


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Cube Escape: Arles

DoraRusty Lake's dark and surreal escape series continues with Cube Escape: Arles, also free for iOS and Android. This time, you find yourself in a tiny apartment, surrounded by unfinished paintings and empty bottles, with only your own reflection to keep you company. To play, just tap on things to interact or pick them up, and tap the tiny black arrows at the edges of the screen to move around. You can use an item in your inventory by tapping it once to select it, and then tapping again anywhere you'd like to try to use it. As in Cube Escape: Seasons and Cube Escape: The Lake, things seem tranquil enough, but there are some disturbing themes lurking beneath the surface, which you'll probably clue into as soon as you realize where and who you are. Just keep calm, pay attention to your surroundings for clues, and try not to lose your head... or anything else attached to it.


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Drop Wizard

Also available for iOS, Neutronized's Drop Wizard is a classic arcade-style action game with gorgeous graphics about a premise we can all get behind... cute wizards tumbling off ledges to turn cuddly, dazed enemies into fruit. Use [WASD] or the [arrow] keys to move left and right, and walk off an edge of a platform to fall to the next. The drop won't hurt you, and upon landing, your wizard will fire off a magical blast in the direction they're facing, which will temporarily stun enemies, allowing you to walk into them and boot them off the screen. Your wizard is otherwise defenseless and can only attack when falling, so avoid getting touched by foes, since a few hits and you'll need to restart the level! Each stage brings new enemies in, and while the browser version only has eighteen levels, the mobile version packs a whopping 60-plus, including boss battles, and a seeeecret game mode. Drop Wizard's simple concept harkens back to a coin-operated golden age, if such a thing can be said to exist, but its vibrant design and gameplay that can get surprisingly frantic makes it a great authentic old-school arcade game that brings a lot to the table.

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Download on the AppstoreDrop Wizard (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)


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You Must Build A Boat
Satori
Nobody knows why, but everyone seems to agree: You Must Build A Boat, and who are we to argue with commands issued by a nameless disembodied voice? In EightyEight Games' sequel (available for PC, Mac and Linux in addition to iOS and Android) to the smash hit 10000000 you set off with nary a sextant or textbook on admiralty law to build and upgrade a boat, capture creatures for your crew and adventure for fun, riches and better equipment in this frantic match-3 upgrade-packed indie action arcade game. Clearly this can only end well! As with the original you'll be sliding rows and columns of tiles to match three or more, gather resources, place hits and unlock treasures and traps! But this three-years-in-the-making sequel brings a much cleaner look to the familiar tile-swapping interface. Instead of gathering wood and stone for your castle, players gather Thought and Power needed to assemble formations of collected creatures on your ship, each providing permanent buffs. This time there's no pausing once you've made a match either; tiles refresh instantaneously, and you can even slide them around while the new tiles are being placed. Like the original, dungeon runs will come with quests you can satisfy for resources, but instead of mere riches you'll get items, creatures, and new crewmembers for your ship! Each new crewmember added to your roster has a room of their own and provides a new function, like offering weapon upgrades or a transdimensional sphere with a portal to other dimensions who will find buyers for the assorted items you pull from dungeon chests. Your ship is powered by your crewmembers, so it will sail to new regions and then stop until you complete enough dungeon quests to gain the crewmembers necessary to power it further. This one also features a very smooth in-game tutorial so you can get started immediately and learn as you play.


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snake-rewind

Lori.hI don't think anyone who had access to a computer or a mobile phone hasn't played some version of snake, like Rattle Racer or Nibbler or even Snakes on a Cartesian Plane. Every spin off has been greater than the last and we always are left wanting more. But Snake Rewind is not just another copy. How so? Well, all credit to the game goes to Rumilus Design and Taneli Armanto. Yes, that's the Taneli Armanto, the original creator of Snake for the Nokia phones. He has once again graced us with a free snake game for the iOS and Android. It keeps to its old roots with simple, but beautiful, graphic, and the simple idea for the gameplay; eat "fruit", get bigger and faster, avoid your growing bod and repeat until you either fill the screen with your snake or die trying. But with upgrades, items to nab to help you on your way, and achievements to gain unlocking new level designs things are fresh enough for you to be sucked right in again.


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Skiing Yet Mountain

KimberlyIt's time to ski in Featherweight's action sports game Skiing Yeti Mountain, free for your mobile device. After training with the Pathmaster, learning the art of good slalom, you find he has been attacked and killed by...something. And since you were on the slopes to track down a yeti anyway, you just assume the yeti got him. Simple and intuitive one touch control will have you competitively gliding down the mountain in no time. Simply touch, hold, and swipe to control your skier. If you're on a phone, it can all be easily done with your thumb. The goal is to make it down each course by passing by markers either on the left or right, depending on the direction the arrow points. If you hit a tree, or pass a marker on the wrong side, you have to start the level over. Keep an eye out for icy patches, cliffs, and deep snow, as these affect your control in different ways.

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