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  • Let There Be LifeLet There Be Life —November 28, 2014— Need a game to help you unwind from the daily grind? Escape to your zen place as you build trees and preserve flowers in this beautiful and relaxing game available for Android or iOS.
  • Mercurial StoryMercurial Story —November 25, 2014— In this puzzle platformer, the main character struggles with uncontrollable mood swings represented by mirrored worlds on each level. While some may find the implication of abuse too much to get past, Mercurial Story is still obviously intended to provide an optimistic look if you can survive to the end.
  • Crossy RoadCrossy Road —November 21, 2014— Endless arcade action meets classic Frogger style gameplay in this free iOS game where you control a series of hapless unlockable creatures trying to cross some very busy and very deadly roads and rapids. With a sense of humor and vibrant voxel graphics, it's both charming and hard to put down.
  • Kingdom Rush OriginsKingdom Rush Origins —November 20, 2014— Ironhide Games is back for more with the third installment in their wildly popular realtime strategy/tower defense game series available for iOS and Android. As gorgeous and charming as you'd expect, Origins doesn't do much to shake up the established formula, but with new enemies, locations, heroes, and more, it's everything fans enjoy with a high coat of polish.
  • Sweet DrmzzzSweet Drmzzz —November 19, 2014— Bart Bonte brings us another fun point-and-click puzzle game in his signature style. Tap your way through a dreamscape of colorful worms in an interstellar adventure that will keep you on your toes.
  • Black Tower Enigma Black Tower Enigma —November 18, 2014— Help Wigo rescue his wife at the top of a magical tower in this short but sweet game for iOS and Android. The only way to advance is solving whatever riddle and puzzle is thrown his way. Are you clever enough to reunite the lovers?
  • Five Nights at Freddy's 2Five Nights at Freddy's 2 —November 13, 2014— Mere months after the release of the original beloved and terrifying game comes a bigger, meaner sequel, though it mostly feels like a more complete game than the first. With new animatronics, new mechanics, and a whole lot of jump scares and unsettling scenes, can you survive your new night shift?
  • 0h h10h h1 —November 13, 2014— Available in your browser or free for iOS and Android, Martin Kool serves up a simple and simply lovely little puzzle game for fans of logic, smart gameplay, and beautiful, clean design.
  • Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of GlorkGlorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork —November 12, 2014— A James Kolchaka/Pixeljam joint production, Glorkian Warrior: The Trials of Glork gives you just the right mix of retro-shooter action, platform stomping, and Saturday morning cartoon. Its difficulty is definitely old-school, but it's bright, bouncy, mindless, and completely unashamed of it, making for fun sci-fi shenanigans.
  • Slush Tile RushSlush Tile Rush —November 6, 2014— Also available for Android, this frenetic clickfest of tile-matching goodness. Make matches by clicking on matching tiles to deal damage against your opponent before they can knock you out!
  • Sleep Attack TDSleep Attack TD —November 3, 2014— Save the monster from waves of baddies in this innovative tower defense game. Place towers, then rotate the board to control the layout of the paths. Choose and upgrade your towers wisely to take out even the toughest of enemies.
  • Terra BattleTerra Battle —October 29, 2014— Find the Maker of the world in order to stop the destruction of the planet. Strategically battle along the way to win over allies and answer long lost questions. The coins and levels you'll gain along the way are just perks of the job.
  • Puzzle to the Center of the EarthPuzzle to the Center of the Earth —October 28, 2014— Any spelunker with a few bombs can take a journey to the center of the earth, but can you Puzzle to the Center of the Earth? In this app that blends match-3 puzzling with platforming, you've got to dig to the bottom of each level, but your path won't always be straight down! You'll need to avoid explosions, traps, and enemies as you carefully carve a strategic path through a ton of colored rocks on your expedition.
  • Alexandria EscapeAlexandria Escape —October 26, 2014— This escape game plops you into ancient Alexandria and has you muddle your way out. Bookshelves, statues, steam machines, and weapons all factor in to your daring point and click adventure.
  • TransmissionTransmission —October 25, 2014— A puzzle game about information and how it gets from point A to point Z. Click and drag to create shimmering strands of info that crisscross space, from transmitting circles to receiving squares. Bonus points for more efficient webs of connections.
  • Village GuardiansVillage Guardians —October 23, 2014— Shimage, creator of Megami Quest, asks you to test your RPG strategy in this simple little game where you must defend a village for thirty days against increasingly powerful monsters. The catch? No grinding, and it's game over if you fail... unless you saved!
  • The Silent Age: Episode TwoThe Silent Age: Episode Two —October 19, 2014— Joe is back to finish up what was started in the second episode of this fantastic point-and- click adventure. With the fate of humanity on his shoulders, Joe needs you to help him travel through time to find answers on how to prevent the human race from going extinct.
  • HelixHelix —October 17, 2014— Need a challenging but clever arcade game? Fire up Michael Brough's iOS gem, where you need to move fast to encircle enemies to destroy them on a playing field that's full of constantly evolving foes. Getting a high score here is a definite accomplishment in a world of one-hit KOs.
  • Faraway Kingdom - Dragon RaidersFaraway Kingdom - Dragon Raiders —October 16, 2014— When your kingdom is destroyed by a dragon, it's up to you to rebuild it and train an army in this gorgeous free-to-play iOS fantasy RPG/simulation that calls Tiny Tower to mind. With a light, unobtrusive in-app purchase system and a generous amount of in-game rewards, it keeps players coming back for its simple, fun gameplay without ever putting the squeeze on their wallet.
  • Card DungeonCard Dungeon —October 7, 2014— Available for iOS, descend into dungeons, turn-based style, and battle a host of baddies and bosses using cards that decay with use, and even find powerful equipment. With no ads or in-app purchases to speak of, Card Dungeon's blend of casual strategy and light humour makes it well worth checking out.
  • Stick SquadStick Squad —October 5, 2014— When you're dealing with some serious villainy, you need someone strong, smart, brave, and clever... too bad all we have are these two weirdoes. Snipe and upgrade your way through over sixty missions in this polished puzzle-like physics sniping shooter!
  • Adventure XpressAdventure Xpress —October 4, 2014— The mail must go through, and you're the one to deliver it in this gorgeous and quirky match-3 puzzle RPG from Adult Swim and PikPok. Upgrade your equipment and learn spells as you work your way across the map with simple controls that make it a breeze for anyone to pick up.
  • Poor GladiatorPoor Gladiator —September 29, 2014— Debt has pilled high and Debtor's Prison is calling. Better toss yourself in the Colosseum and earn money by killing foes and winning over the crowd. Save up to increase your skills and unlock powers, but remember, you owe someone else money and better have some when they want it, and they want it now.
  • Minute QuestMinute Quest —September 28, 2014— Free for iOS and Android, this simple yet addictive hack-and-slash RPG distills all the elements of the genre down to a very basic formula, yet provides just enough depth to make it challenging as you slay your way through miles of monsters, each with different weaknesses and damage types, unlocking new equipment and pets as you go.
  • Boson XBoson X —September 27, 2014— Science! Ever wanted to be part of discovering a new subatomic particle? Well, Ian MacLarty and Jon Kerney give you a chance in their new jump and run arcade game, Boson X. Fly through 18 levels, bouncing from platform to platform as one of three scientists as you build up enough energy in the super collider. Fail, and you'll fall into the unseeable abyss and have to start the whole experiment over again. Buck up, young scientist! A Nobel Prize awaits!
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