George is throwing a Christmas party, but nobody is going to be satisfied until there are gingerbread cookies. Too bad his oven is broken and there's a blizzard out! Search the house to try to come up with a solution in this short and silly point-and-click puzzle game from Carmel Games.
Spend a little Christmas time with TomaTea in this seasonal escape with a sweet tooth. With codes and puzzles hidden everywhere, along with some sweet seasonal surprises, Ginger Joy's clever bits make up for a few puzzles whose solutions might be a little obtuse.
Gorgeous, challenging, and contemplative, this first-person indie philosophical puzzle adventure stars you as an unnamed robot who awakens, seemingly at the whim of a voice from the sky, who tells you to seek out sigils to prove your worth... but never climb the great tower. With a complex and engaging story and puzzles that will keep you wrapped up for hours and hours, this is one stunner that should not be missed.
The last thing Tina remembers is a truck racing towards her. So why has she woken up in what appears to be a school filled with locks and strange mechanisms? A rough but impressive blend of escape and classic point-and-click adventure with multiple characters, endings, and a branching plot.
You're a unicyclist tasked with performing death defying stunts for an eager crowd. You've got to roll and leap from tightrope to tightrope, avoiding spikes, flames and even cannonballs along the way. Another great hit from Ludum Dare!
Young women have been vanishing after being summoned to the Countess Elizabeth Bathory, but the king is too busy with the war to investigate. You, a young gypsy with a talent for mixing potions, have been called in to find out the truth in this rough-around-the-edges but appealingly grisly hidden-object adventure.
Work with your crew to take down time anomalies through king-of-the-hill battles, capture the flag games and the good old fashioned shoot 'em up death match. Epic Time Pirates is a quirky, fast-paced arena shooter from Jay Armstrong!
It's a New Year party gone out of control in this escape game from no1game! Round up your coworkers and get them under control if you ever want to get home. Keep your eyes peeled for clues, and search every nook and cranny!
Everyone needs a healthy dose of adorableness. And these sweet little robots provide that and more; a great mental workout in the form of a simple yet engaging sliding block puzzle game.
No more battle cries. No more allies or foes. No more levels or epic loot.The Empty Kingdom is coming to an end. Once the clock strikes midnight all the servers will be shut down. All that is left is a king, wandering around his empty kingdom in hopes of finding something; perhaps a new life to begin.
The monkeys have gone way, way North this time, and not a moment too soon... Santa's workshop is a shambles! Can you help them put it together in this sweetly seasonal point-and-click puzzle game?
Fantasy farming meets Minecraft-style building and action RPG in this rough but promising game made in just two months. Plant crops, care for livestock, fight monsters, and build your home block by block!
Weird, silly, but not a little bit clever, this escape game may look simple, but a few coded locks you'll need to change your perspective to deduce and a whole lot of cuteness make this a short treat well worth heeding the title for.
Waking up with no memory? Check. Underground abandoned facility? Check. Creepy mutant monsters wanting to nibble on your face while you have limited ammo? Check and check. Facility Z is ready to play.
You've got a school assignment to finish, but all the computers are absolutely ancient, and you're totally unprepared! Despite some strange, out-of-place political talk, this point-and-click puzzle from Carmel Games offers a significant upgrade in several areas from their previous work.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.14: Muscat Green
- • Button Escape 27
- • Escape from the Similar Rooms 16
FunkyLand's way hip kitchen full of sweet green grapes, Tototo Room's quirky artwork strewn with hidden buttons, and Hottategoya's nearly identical rooms issue more escaping entertainment for all who come inside.
After nearly seven years, the beloved post-apocalyptic RPG trading simulation returns! You've grown up in an underground bunker all your life, but when your mentor goes missing, you're told to go bring him home... by any means necessary. Travel a dangerous wasteland, hire mercenaries, help people, and of course, make a mint buying low and selling high.
When too much witchcraft turns your town into a nightmare, it's up to you as the Mayor to quell a reanimated uprising — literally! — in this Plants vs. Zombies-like upgrade defense game.
Billed as a "playable post", Nicky Case and Vi Hart use a series of simple puzzle games to illustrate how small biases can have a big impact as they talk about segregation and diversity thoughtfully and intelligently without ever pointing any fingers.
What do you do if your boat won't float and your trees won't sprout? Well, if you're a pirate, you figure out how to flood the area in this cute and simple puzzle game with a bit of festive Christmas cheer.
One lonely little slice of bread has a dream... to be perfectly toasted. Too bad getting there is way, way harder than it sounds in this ridiculous physics game from the creators of Surgeon Simulator 2013. Currently in Early Access, I Am Bread can be frustrating, but also charming, hilarious, and a lot of fun if you're patient.
Detarame Factory provides sequel satisfaction with this cute, cuddly, and most importantly clever escape where you must find and click on ten circles hidden throughout the puzzle-filled room if you want to get out!
Blast your way through a whole new pack of levels for The Podge's popular mission-based squad shooter series! With things to explode and destructible environments, you can play it as sneaky or as massively destructive as you like... just save the civillians!
What better way to celebrate the season than with three games from beloved escape creator Neutral? Though each game is short, they're all definitely sweet, and since they're all linked together, make sure you play them in order!
Charles is finally home from the war and back with his beloved Nina, but the jealous Baron has cursed everyone to toys, and with his box troll army, he might just be unstoppable... if not for you, in this gorgeous, funny, and unexpectedly heartwarming Christmas hidden-object adventure.
Aliens are back and it's up to you and your rag tag team to get out there and stomp those monsters into goo. Run, jump and shoot your way through fifteen arenas of alien on human combat, then make use of a staggering amount of upgrades.
Choko-Chais precocious cat trio have been invited to a Christmas party by the witch of the forest... too bad getting there means solving puzzles and escaping the maze in their way first!
In Elliot Quest, the retro adventure platform game by Ansimuz Games, you can't die. Well, you can, but you always wake up at the last glowing rock thing you passed. Which is kind of weird when you think about it, and you need some answers. It's an enjoyable 8-bit throwback that doesn't pause the action to engage in any handholding. Elliot Quest will probably make you feel lost, but offers enough cool things to find to make it all worth while.
Free for iOS and Android, Chompy takes you through a whopping 250 levels of classic match-3 bubble popping puzzle gameplay.
Stachmou and the Golden Compass is a humorous point and click adventure by Didier Guagliano where the titular impressively-facial-haired pirate sets out for adventure and riches. Short and silly with generally logical puzzles and only a few translation errors getting in the way of the comedy.
It's time for this lovely couple's getaway to see the wonders of the world. Connect dots on each level to reach the objective, letting the couple travel deeper and farther in this mobile puzzle game.
Still don't feel sufficiently prepared for this jelly? Well, maybe Jelly Lam, a simple idea physics tentacle-swinging puzzle game by Alexander Balabanovich will give you a little security. With its warm color palette, intuitive physics engine, and lightly challenging puzzles, Jelly Lam hits that sweet spot of visual appeal with pick-up-and-play simplicity, even if the best levels are in the back third.
- • Cute Bunny Home Escape
- • Find the Escape-Men 127: Hiking
- • Escape from the Big Clock Room 2
Hey, you want festivities? Celebrations? Fun? These three escape games from Flash512, No1Game, and Yomino Kagura have all that and dipping sauce on the side. Well, at least they'll distract you with cute bunnies, weird hikers and big clocks, if you're looking for ways to stay out of trouble this time of year.
When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. In this first installment of TellTale's new episodic adventure game, House Forrester, bannermen to House Stark, find themselves struggling to keep their heads above the water amidst political machinations. Who can they trust? Your decisions could forge new alliances... or lead them to a bloody end.
In this short and silly point-and-click puzzle game from Carmel Games, your nephew's remote-controlled plane wound up inside the local "mad scientist"'s house, and now you have to get it back!
How long can you last in this simple yet addictive one-touch arcade game as you rocket down the endless corridor, latching onto and swinging from node to node while you leave a colourful trail behind you?
Lou is waiting to meet the girl of his dreams for a second date in the park. When he gets there she is nowhere to be seen but Lou is a man who appreciates nature and good exploration. Even with the peaceful birds chirping away without a care in the world, there is something in the air that just doesn't fit right in this free indie point-and-click adventure.
Another day in the office turns into a surreal adventure. Explore the alien land and find your escape back into reality, probably causing a lot of mayhem for others along the way, in this point-and-click puzzle escape.
No escape game this time, Detarame Factory's latest is a cute and bizarre point-and-click adventure that has you traversing the kingdom looking for the ingredients needed to craft a dish to please royalty!
After Shiori's parents die in a car accident, she drifts listlessly until she discovers a photograph of a relative she doesn't remember, in a town her parents did their best to make her forget about. Despite a rocky translation and some annoying gameplay sequences, this creepy free indie horror adventure emphasizes story, mystery, and character for a solid and engaging play.
Find five items with gryphons on them in order to escape from this latest bite-sized game from Funkyland. Turtles, jellyfish, pig faucets and more await, with just enough pint-sized puzzles to brighten your day.
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.
Nitrome goes underwater in this exploration-based action game as you control an alien looking for parts to fix its satellite. The twist? You're piloting a submersible with a very unique control scheme, and with upgrades scattered about the ocean to discover, the end result is a fiddly but creative game that needs patient and a delicate touch to appreciate.
This is one superhero you wouldn't want to see speeding towards you, mainly because the star of PPLLAAYY's short point-and-click puzzle game always seems to make things worse when he tries to save the day!
It might be cold outside, but when your belly is empty and your Thanksgiving feast is missing, you know there's more important things than a little frostbite! Help the monkeys find their turkey in this short but sweet point-and-click adventure.
Sugar Blossom Villages looks to be a little slice of paradise, but it's missing something. Could it be you? Find out in World's Dawn, an RPG-Farming Simulation hybrid by Wayward Prophet. Those not already fans of its Harvest Moon-esque gameplay may not be won over by its slow pace, but genre-lovers with a yen for strong character interaction and game mechanics will find it right up their alley.
Enter the lovely, dark, and deep woods to solve the mystery of the Mistwalkers in Elephant Games' sequel to Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove. This time, while the unseasonal deep freeze is back, the local wildlife has turned deadly, and it's up to you to stop it and discover what caused it, and why.
The wonderfully surreal Nekra Psaria is back, ready for more bizarro adventures with Johnny-boy in his weird, head-powered world. This time, you'll be point-and-clicking your way through a bizarre forest, feeding cats, catching birds, and growing head-trees along the way. There're people to meet and puzzles to solve along the way, but in this thoroughly surreal series, the most enjoyable part is just having your mind blown!
- • Escape from the Similar Rooms 15
- • Candy Rooms No.18: Rose Pink Girly
- • The Cursed Dungeon
- • Marshmallow's New Home: 4th Room
Hottategoya, FunkyLand, Flash512, and Maroya bring you many reasons to be thankful for another Weekday Escape. This week's selection of fun free online escape games is a cornucopia of brain-teasing puzzles, eye-popping atmospheres and crowd-pleasing entertainment.
Rhys is a Hyperion suit who just got demoted by his worst enemy. Fiona is a con artist who wants to make the money she and her family need to live free and easy. They may hate each other, and they may both be to blame when things go wrong, but one thing's for sure... this first installment in the point-and-click episodic adventure series by TellTale based on the popular shooter is unexpectedly hilarious and exciting in all the best ways.
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.
When his sister agrees to look after a strange girl for a huge sum, Velk thinks it's strange, but things go from weird to dangerous when the girl becomes a target of the Emissaries and has no idea why. A massive freeware indie RPG that makes up for a lot of grinding with tons of content and combat customisation.
Seed, develop and harvest interplanetary life to sustain your advanced civilization in this realtime strategy game from Lev Simonov and Anna Maskaleva. Watch out for space locusts!
Everyone is always bothered by the unexplained bump in the night. But what if the noise is more simple, like someone rustling in the supposedly empty bunk below you. Each night you are haunted by nightmares, but they are nothing compared to what happens when you are awake.
Goblins are invading the kingdom, but not to worry, Bobby Da Arrow is here to save the day with his amazing archery. Fire away at the oncoming enemies in this physics game, but you best be quick because with every spin of the clock your foes get a turn of their own.
You've been invited to play a strange new game, but when all your friends are sucked inside it, you quickly realize the stakes are higher than you ever dreamed. A gorgeous, cinematic, and creepy-cool hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games.
Just as you escape with your best haul yet, a group of thugs stop you before you can spend your reward. Sneak around to recollect your loot and trick your enemies to meet their makers sooner than they would have liked and if you do so strategically, perhaps you'll end up with more than you stole in the first place. And isn't that every thief's dream?
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.
The apartment in this escape game's rent is suspiciously low, and there's a weird smell here too... so it's probably not a good sign your realtor has locked you inside! Experience a whole lot of weirdness (and a jump scare or two) in this very silly game from no1game.
Your cute little spider-ball is hungry. Use the mouse to shoot strands of webbing to pull him around each level, catching and ensaring flies and avoiding the angry bees that chase you through each level.
In this compelling and grim indie simulation, you control a group of survivors struggling to get by day to day in an increasingly dangerous city that's turned into a war zone. As the days pass, you're forced to push the limits of what you're comfortable with in order to survive, and rather than glorifying war for heroics, This War of Mine humanizes it for its people.
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.
What do a cat, a chicken, a caterpillar, and you have in common? You're all locked up in this cute and charming escape game from Yonashi, where "quirky" is the word of the day!
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.
- • Escape from the Room with Three Pictures 3
- • The Home Story 3: My Room
Two, Four...You pick, you decide. It's been a busy week here in my basement office at JIG headquarters. But that's not going to stop Weekday Escape from rolling out with more fun free escape games for you to play and enjoy. This week we have one from Yomino Kagura and three from Flash512, That should be enough to keep you busy until the next time we meet.
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?
Short but more than a little sweet, this free indie adventure inspired by The Little Prince follows a small, newly built robot who makes an unusual friend and discovers the importance of love and friendship for a cozy, effortlessly charming experience.
Murder is great, I think we can all agree, but what about endless, procedurally generated murder presented in the form of logic puzzles? Explore and interrogate witnesses, keeping your own notes and maps, and figure out who to accuse as well as their weapons and motives in this simple but smart game made in just nine days.
In the next installment of Carmel Games' point-and-click adventure series, Dakota Winchester arrives in Cactus City looking for the next ancient gem he needs to open a magical box. Too bad the townsfolk all seem to need his help!
Detarame Factory is back with their signature blend of whimsical charm as you find yourself trapped in a room where you must find and click on ten circles in order to escape. Though one puzzle will make you Google a word if you aren't familiar with it, if you're looking for a cute and clever little escape to brighten your day, this is a solid bet.
Lo.Nyan serves up another wonderfully logical and clever escape game that strikes the perfect balance between light whimsy and smart puzzle design, with the usual wonderfully user friendly interface to boot!
Johnny's father isn't there when the little boy wakes up one dark and stormy night, and he decides to brave the cold and the rain to find him and bring him home in this short but charming free indie adventure.
Blink and you'll miss it, but this short and incredibly atmospheric adventure made in just one week about being trapped on a small frozen island with dwindling supplies is one chilly and eerie game we hope is expanded on.
You're an army of one against a horde of undead. Shoot through the hordes, explore the terrain, and rescue what few survivors you can find to swell the ranks of the living. Another fantastic entry in the Decision series.
A hidden kingdom rises from beneath the waves, and that might just spell doom for everyone on land, everywhere, if you can't find a way to set an ancient curse right in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
The moon is falling from the sky, and all you can do is watch. Fortunately, that's something you're good it. It's Moonkid, a piece of interactive art by Mike Salyh. Slow-paced and artsy, Moonkid won't be for everyone. However, its haunting evocative nature definitely makes it worth seeing for yourself.
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?
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.
A ghoulishly silly game of reflexes and stabbings, how long can you last when everyone is out to literally stab you in the back... and can you really blame them when that's how you got where you are yourself?
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.
One lonely little boy's whole life is changed when he discovers an injured bird in this stunning interactive narrative by Freebird Games, creators of beloved indie adventure To the Moon, that should not be missed.
Fancy's back and fancier than ever! Run, jump and slide through the wacky cartoon landscape of the first entry in the classic series, now with hidden secrets, unlockable outfits, time trials, weird humor, and the kind of laid back thrills that only fancy platforming can provide.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.13: Cherry Pink
- • Escape from Umino Room
- • RRU Escape 3
It's time we start thinking BIG. Consider how much you love playing escape games then think on this: wouldn't the world be a better place if everything was solved like an escape-the-room? While pondering that, let's play an unassumingly clever ocean-themed escape from Amakuchi Game, pick up seven cherries in FunkyLand's 13th kitchen, then address some supernatural occurrences with Sneedle.
Figure out the best way to get the colorful ghosts off the screen and away from any humans. One slight brush to the living and your goose is cooked. Besides, the ghosts want to be flung off into oblivion. Trust me.
A hugely ambitious RPG that begins with a bad case of amnesia, despite a lot of bugs kicking around underneath the hood, this impressive achievement still boasts a lot of play and dedication.
**11/13/2014: New version, NO ADS** Catch, breed and sell diverse species of fish and make your tourist attraction all it can be in this cheerful tycoon-upgrade-avoidance-minigame extravaganza!
A little bit of weirdness makes everything nice in this short and sweet escape from Tototo Room. Can you find and click on all eleven buttons in order to find a way out? Doing so will first require figuring out what the heck that thing in your inventory is supposed to be.
Finding a mysterious island you find an even far more mysterious collection of coins given to you by the ghost of the dead. Fight your way around the island to gain even more and watch your foes be crushed in defeat before stealing their precious coins in this endless quest. You can also play as a monkey!
Chompy, the star of the puzzle platformer by Wolve, is a crocodile who loves eating, coins, and eating coins. While the tutorial levels give the game a slow start, it is a game that will win you over with its sense of joy and a level of shine to the mechanics that distinguishes it from similar works.
A family reunion should be a happy time, but you arrive to discover everyone is missing, and it's thanks to your brother Thomas, who seems to harbor some serious grudges, and a unique ability to bring his art to life helps him craft a bizarre and unsettling world in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
In the season finale to The Game Kitchen's celebrated Lovecraftian style point-and-click horror adventure, the need for answers drives you to a lonely estate with its share of skeletons in the closet. While it might not answer enough of the questions raised over the series, it offers a fantastically freaky and chilling experience.
For one little alien, "wandering eyes" isn't just a turn of phrase. He can literally project his eyeballs onto objects to take control of them! Possess crates, safes, beach balls, and more, but be alert: Every item you can become acts a little bit differently! Open the path to the teleporter and help this little guy make it home!
Turns out when you experiment on a bunch of prisoners trying to get eternal life what you ACTUALLY get is a zombie apocalypse. Who knew? A colourful and surprisingly upbeat turn-based strategy game that has you equipping and upgrading your party of unlikely heroes as they battle their way across the city.
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!
You're a pistol-wielding defender of humanity, and it's your job to lead your team to each infected city, blasting away hordes of zombies as they crawl towards you. Upgrade your weapons, speed, and skills to bring victory in each battle, and be sure to keep an eye out for survivors!
Like its predecessor, Onomastica 2, the puzzle platformer/interactive art piece by mif2000, takes place in a world where words and objects are interchangeable. And also, like the original, it is whimsical, clever, and over way too quickly. Still, it's such a fun little art deco world to play around in, that players who like minding their words won't mind too much.
- • Alice House No.7: The Queen's Croquet Ground
- • Escape from the Room of the Colorful Door
- • Tea Time Escape
Did I ever tell you about the time we went out for some escape games? It was a Wednesday. Not any ordinary Wednesday, but a Weekday Escape Wednesday. So there were these three games. One of them, by FunkyLand, was all about collecting pink flamingos. Then there's Yomino Kagura, with standard puzzling, good for a fast cranial break. Lastly, Ponpoko's debut: short and sweet enough to put dimples in your cheeks.
It's baaaaaaaaack... Isaac is bigger, badder, and beefier than ever in this super-enhanced remake of the original gory, violent top-down roguelike shooter. With completely overhauled visuals, a haunting new soundtrack, and piles of new enemies, items, and secrets to uncover, it's a remake that's faithful to fans as well as its roots.
Vortex Point is nearly deserted on Halloween night, so supernatural investigator Kevin decides to relax with a very unique monster movie at the local cinema in this point-and-click adventure...
Elio Landa serves up more smart and stylish puzzling in this game that proves puzzles don't need to be complicated to be great. Move numbers across a grid of other numbers to zero out their sum, planning your course and enjoying a swanky soundtrack and clean design.