Om Nom is back, and his candies have been scattered across the globe! Luckily, he can get by with a little help from his friends in this gorgeous sequel to one of the iOS's most beloved physics puzzles. With 120 levels and more to come, Cut the Rope 2 doesn't change its formula significantly, but offers up all the quality and cleverly crafted levels you've come to expect.
Plexus serves up more big top themed fun in this crazy jigsaw puzzle, where there are no border pieces to guide you, and the finished product might make only marginally more sense than what you started with!
Seek out a half-score of hens and escape the cabin in Yuri's Chick Hide and Seek 14. Interface issues mar the sweetness, but overall Chick Hide and Seek 14 has a comforting familiarity to it that will go great with an afternoon cocoa break.
Furnished in Hottategoya's signature minimalism and a bit of surreal calm, these rooms do look very similar, don't they? Still, there's only one way you can get out. Three boxes each contain a key. Each of those three keys correspond to one of three locks on the door. Figure out how to open the boxes, gather the keys, and unlock the door to escape.
Sixteen months after the finale of season one, season two for TellTale Games' award-winning adventure game set in the popular comic and television show universe starts with a bang. Clementine, back from the first season as the new protagonist, is a little older and a little wiser, but the world is still dark and dangerous. Thrown together with a new group of survivors, is there anyone she can trust... other than herself?
Hero in the Ocean is one of the calmest, sweetest salt water puzzlers out there. It's just you and your submarine, floating around, collecting stars and picking up divers. Sure, occasionally you'll also come across some lasers, boulders, hidden rooms and a bomb or two, but Hero in the Ocean is still a thoroughly serene casual experience.
Make your way past trolls, through portals, and across disappearing walkways, all in pursuit of treasure! In this clever puzzle game, move each sheriff past all obstacles to the gem of his color. The catch? You only have a certain number of steps you can take if you want to pass the level with a perfect score.
More plus door equals DOOORS. Sounds like something a mad doctor would scream out as he tears at his hair and cackles, doesn't it? Perhaps this same mad doctor is who locked you up, sentencing you to puzzle your way through one door, only to come to the next, and the next. Forty doors to be exact...and, if other installments in the series prove anything, there may be more to come. Regardless, the fun on your mobile device is near endless!
Bart Bonte serves up this simply stylish little puzzler of a Christmas game to help you get into the holiday spirit. You have to travel around your tiny planet gathering up the correct colours of ornaments (in order!), but as the levels progress, new elements and twists will keep you thinking.
Inspired by Candy Box!, gamehelp16's oddball clicktoy starts out slow as you toil in a factory producing gold bars, but make enough (and please your boss) and you'll discover there's an entire world of secrets, surprises, challenges and puzzles out there to uncover!
Enjoy some very abstract puzzle solving to get through a bunch of doors in Mobest Media's fantastic new escape Neon Doors. (Also available free as Surreal Escape on Android and iOS!)
It's not the Doctor Who game you may have been hoping for, but this free match-3 RPG for iOS and Android offers a ton of unlockable characters and battles with enemies from the show. With gorgeous artwork, simple and addictive gameplay, and a lack of the usual free-to-play frustrations, Doctor Who: Legacy is still enjoyable if not quite what you'd expect.
The Room is back! After Fireproof Game's wildly successful 2012 mobile point-and-click puzzle game, the team got to work on a sequel. The Room Two is now ready to impress, taking just about everything that made the original so perfect and making it even better. Dozens of layered puzzles to solve, multiple boxes in each room, a spyglass to give you a new perspective on locations, and the same dark, haunting atmosphere that make the games so irresistible.
Live Puzzle takes a Christmassy turn! Each uniquely designed jigsaw puzzle is a moving picture, and putting them together is as fun as it is tricky. Now, with ten new and adorable levels, Live Puzzle 2 Christmas Edition is the sweetest game in the series.
Dan and his family have come to an isolated summer home for a few months to let Dan work on his new book, but each of them has their own wants and problems to deal with, and the choices they make will shape their relationships and their lives in unexpected ways, even if it seems impossible to make everyone happy. Part stealth adventure, part interactive art, this is a unique and compelling indie game best suited to players who favour slow introspection and character drama.
Escape from a very angry ghost and the scariest Captain America knock-off action figure ever seen in this haunting room escape sequel from Noprops.
Japanese developer Coconuts Park presents a cute and light-hearted entry in their long line of cute and light-hearted point and click games with Booca in the Southern Island Episode 2. The second of the first three of their games to be translated in English, Coconuts Park certainly has an eye for appealing and simple, but not too easy, escape style games. Give it a shot to relive the horrors of birth order all over again!
Gomo is a point-and-click puzzle game created by Fishcow Studio. Taking pages from Machinarium, Hapland, and half a dozen classic adventure games, Gomo sends you on an adventure of mundanely epic proportions as you attempt to thwart an evil alien who stole your dog and refuses to give him back unless you delivery a big shiny crystal. The nerve of some trans-galactic species, right?
Working as one, two little squares must navigate towering structures and pits of spikes to find where they belong. Though this puzzle platformer is on the easy side and doesn't quite develop enough of a personality, its stylish presentation and enjoyable gameplay make it the perfect coffee break distraction.
The Christmas Stories series is back in time for the holidays! This winter you are invited to step inside A Christmas Carol and save Scrooge from a life of selfish misery. Elephant Games delivers Dickens' classic tale gift-wrapped with a pretty bow on top, with a stunning, jolly design, lovely gameplay and hours of heart-warming fun.
Feeling clicky? Need an oddly silly way to spend your time today? Ninjadoodle's assortment of minigames, puzzles, trivia and other assorted point-and-click diversions is your quickest clickiest choice for time spending options. Your goal in each of the 20 levels? Do what you must to find and click...PLAY!
100 Doors: Aliens Space is a mobile room escape game from Gipnetix Games, creator of 100 Doors 2013, 100 Doors of Revenge, and several other similar games. Instead of rooms with tables and chairs, this time you're thrown into outer space to contend with multi-stage doors, alien technology, glowing portals and mysterious artefact pieces. It's one of the more unique takes on the escape genre, and it's all the more entertaining because of it!
Robamimi returns to the single-walled venue of room escapes with everything you love about a Robamimi design: a user-friendly interface, clever yet solidly logical puzzles, and a beautiful setting all rolled into one roomful of fun.
Short and sweet, this point-and-click puzzle is just three levels, but is full of charm nonetheless. As in its predecessor, you're swapping between floors in an elevator to find toys for Christmas for your sad little monkeys.
Trapped in a strange futuristic prison, you'll need to keep your wits about you to find the clues you need to solve the puzzles that keep you trapped. Despite a baffling story wrapped around it, Gotmail provides a solid and entertaining escape game that'll give you a mental workout.
Signal is a Sokoban-esque puzzle game where figuring out what's going on is part of the fun. Your ultimate goal is to cover the targets with certain blocks, but the way blocks behave when you push them might surprise you. Take a moment and observe your surroundings when trying to decrypt the signals in this veritable brain-scratcher.
What's cuter than fluffy kittens and puppies raised by sparkly ponycorns in the land of rainbows and Oz? Why, Find the Candy, of course, the puzzler which brings near lethal levels of kawaii to point-and-click gaming.
Currently playable as a Beta, this free indie horror roguelike adventure by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw delivers a chilling experience as you travel the countryside assembling the clues and spell components needed to banish an invading god whose malignant darkness is warping and consuming the land bit by bit.
Offering clever variety and tidy gameplay, this little physics puzzle has you hunting down golden scarabs through the use of square minions that each have different behaviours when you click them. Some blow up, others can float or roll away, and still others can smash through blocks... figure out how to use them along with lasers, switches, and more to win!
Papa Pear Saga is a dangerously addictive combination of Peggle and Candy Crush Saga. Created by King, Papa Pear Saga was previously a Facebook game but has made the leap to mobile devices. The iOS/Android release will absolutely ruin your productivity, as all you'll want to do is play level after level of this pachinko-style arcade game.
The celebrated series is back and returns to classic form in a massive adventure that focuses on gameplay over cinema and yet still manages to deliver a gorgeous experience in the process. Can you save a doomed carnival and yourself from a specter that has more to do with your past adventures than you think?
Everybody likes explosions, right? In Catchy Orbit, all you have to do is launch some balls into others and see how big a boom you can get. With three different kinds of balls and twenty-two levels to enjoy, this is a casual, yet exciting one-button puzzler.
Gotmail delivers a hard and creepy escape game as you find yourself trapped in a house with an unsavory reputation. Search for clues and decipher codes to solve challenging puzzles in this stylish but difficult game!
You're an alien in a top hat and it just so happens that, in the middle of outer space, you collide with a pigeon and fall down to an unknown planet, losing your girlfriend along the way. Luckily, you can shape-shift into almost anything, which will surely help you on your Mario-like quest to save your princess in this lovely little puzzle game.
Orphaned and amnesiac, young Allen finds himself at a strange school watched over by an eccentric Teacher, where the other children are just as odd. In this surreal adventure game by Miwashiba, translated by vgperson, horror meets psychological fairy-tale for a compelling experience that's a little rough around the edges.
On the eve of your wedding, your mother-in-law is poisoned and your husband-to-be, a brilliant scientist, is whisked away to another world by a maddened competitor who seeks to harness energy... and not for the good of mankind. Though it doesn't do anything new and is slow to start, this is nevertheless a gorgeous and engaging science-fiction fantasy hidden-object adventure worth checking out.
Detarou's latest escape might be the most suggestive to date, but if that doesn't scare you, dive on in. To find your way out, you'll have to sacrifice a fish, grow an onion woman, put old gum to new use, and more. Weird doesn't begin to cover it.
If you've ever stepped through a magic portal and instantly became twice your size, you might know what it's like playing Guilherme Töws' Dang I'm Big, a Sokoban-style puzzler where becoming huge lets you push giant blocks around the map, but staying small lets you pass through tight crevasses. The eight levels in this short challenge require you to plan your moves out carefully, since it doesn't take much to block your own path to the targets. You might also want to set up a queue line and charge admission to that portal, but that's irrelevant.
Bart Bonte's latest puzzle game is designed to challenge your ability to recognize patterns then turn around and put them to use. Should be easy, right? If you've ever played a Bart Bonte game, you know that figuring out how to solve the puzzle is just as challenging as actually solving it!
Last time in this whimsically surreal and remarkably gorgeous point-and-click adventure series, our stalwart hero, Triton, found the legendary Kveendolnitza. Using it, will he be able to now restore the old order? Eh. Who knows? Why don't you give the little fellow a hand: explore the world around you, search through intricately detailed scenery to uncover useful objects and use them in the correct order, solve riddles and other minigames, until you find the answer at the end.
Getting your kid to school should be easier than this! There are deadly lasers, toxic gasses, and electrical pits in the way! Fortunately, you have the power to change your shape to see him safely through. With intricate levels, this physics puzzler is a clever challenge.
Strand is a wonderful original puzzle game. Connect circles using strands. Each circle needs a certain number of connections, and the circles must share a color. Don't let the strands touch! With a streamlined look and intuitive gameplay, Strand is a game any puzzle fan should check out.
Short and simple, this point-and-click puzzle games takes you through a series of elevators as you search for toys to make the tiny monkeys happy. It's just a few levels and not particularly challenging, but for fans of cute, clicky puzzling, it makes for a short break of fun.
Pesimari, the small sundries shop out on the edge of town is holding an escape event. Of course you're intrigued by this and might want to pick up a Mr. Birdy mug cup while you're at it. It looks easy at first, but there are some clever tricks in store for you here. You'll have to find all the clues and work out what they mean if you're ever going to escape. Maybe, if you're spend your time well, you'll leave with an extra happy coin for your wallet, too!
A expansion of both the gameplay and quirky game-world of the Ludum Dare original, Leaf Me Alone (Expanded) by Mark Foster and David Fenn, has players explore all corners and all seasons of a pixelated forest. Though like most Metroidvanias, a little more direction would be helpful, all in all, this is the refined half-sequel, half-remake those charmed by the original have been waiting for.
The Myths of the World series takes us into the formidable Slavic realms where Morana, the goddess of winter, plans to envelop the world in everlasting ice. You are no ordinary human, so you'll take it upon yourself to help Vesna, the goddess of spring, to defeat the cold and bring back the flowers and the birdies.
Falling in love with a celebrity isn't just for humans – it happened to snail Bob, too. Although in his case, reaching his beloved singing snail superstar means more than wrestling with bodyguards. His puzzle adventure includes avoiding monsters, getting trapped in crab-filled sand pits and stung by bees, so he'll need all the help he can get, and wouldn't you like to help two young snails live happily ever after?
No, it's not Kung Fu Panda, but Deqaf Studio's physics puzzler, Furtive Dao, still has the same melding of cute and fast action. Play as the kind and giving red panda who must take out the enemies and collect gold coins to help rebuild the decaying orphanage. It's not for the guts, it's not for the glory, it's just for the children. 30 levels of strategic moves await your every mouse click.
For the second in its circus-themed jigsaw puzzle series, the show continues with more of Plexus' characteristic whimsy and fun. More than matching edges or scenes, the uniquely-shaped pieces provide the extra twist needed to keep all eyes on stage.
Holy sheep! Our favourite fleecy friends hatch a plan to get dinner that goes awry when they find themselves zapped aboard an alien spaceship. You'll need all your physics puzzle skills to have out three sheep work together to find their way home... and you'll even have to think with Portals in the process!
TomaTea's distinctive style of pastel artwork and harmonious design creates the serene background to some deviously clever puzzles. This time around, your goal is to collect five roses so you can retrieve the door lever and escape.
Harry Likes Plums, and you're gonna make sure he gets some. The mobile physics puzzle game from Tim Leslie takes a page from the Fantastic Contraption design book and creates a lighthearted building game where you fashion gadgets out of rods, coins and rolling buttons, all in the name of getting Harry to those massive, juicy plums!
Though it starts off slow, this platforming puzzle is full of surprises and unexpectedly touching to boot, as you play a jetpack-toting old man gathering up photographic memories of his past and going on one last grand adventure.
Dark clothing? Check. Flashlight? Check. Someone else's house? Check. Checklist? Check. Gold bar? ...Working on it. Even if you don't find it, you're still The Very Organized Thief in this unique stealth/puzzle game.
When your sister is kidnapped by a magical madman who skipped the seven stages of grief and went straight to looney-tunes, it's up to you to save her in this gorgeous and engaging hidden-object adventure that blends mild chills with fairy-tale magic and charm.
In the religion of Shinto, the Inari is the Japanese kami of foxes, fertility, rice, agriculture and industry, and prosperity. Here, in Robamimi's photo-realistically beautiful escape-the-room game, your success is determined by how well you can find and decipher the clues, utilizing found items and finding enlightenment—of the escaping kind.
So you have a turtle to take care of. After a drunken night, you find a scorpion in the box with the turtle. Will you save the poor turtle? Will you die trying? Do some fun point-and-clicking in The Scorpion Box and find out!
The maid says all the guests in her hotel are monsters, and she's not kidding. In this standard but gorgeous hidden-object adventure from Elephant Games, the battle for the planet is taking place in a remote hotel, and you're caught in the middle of it.
Dive into another immersive room escape involving a near-featureless white room and lots and lots of tricky puzzles in Factory.112's amazing sequel, unReal 2.
Like all misunderstood lovers, Jim and Mary decided to flee to the woods. But like in all fairy tales, the woods hold many perils. The two lovebirds will have to work together in order to overcome one obstacle after another in the second installment of this endearing platform puzzler.
Think you can handle a roguelike easy? You haven't tried this challenging, funny, strategic indie gem. You'll need more than brawn to conquer the quests thrown at you as you struggle to build your kingdom in this turn-based strategy game. Unlock powerful new classes and races, make deals with demons, discover new equipment, and much more with almost endless replayability. Highly recommended.
Use the power of polygons to protect the philanthropist in this enjoyable physics drawing game. Draw a shape in the grid on each level to protect the good guy from the assassin's guns to keep your charge safe as he travels the world.
Everybody likes cake, even monsters. And when they're cute pixellised monsters, you feel obliged to help them get cake. In this lovely puzzler, your task is to get each monster to eat the cake with the same colour. But colours can mix, and cakes can hide behind each other, and soon enough you have a nice little conundrum that will put your skills to the test.
Blink and you'll miss it, but this painfully short action adventure game by a talented indie studio is still worth checking out. Play as a young girl who wakes up in a surreal nightmare realm and must rely only on a strange voice, and a magical camera that can manipulate reality, to see her through to the end.
Clean design, live electrical wires, heavy machinery, and no way out... what more could an escaper want? Onamis warns you to bring your own pen and paper for this atmospheric point-and-click puzzle game, and you'll definitely need it if you plan to decipher all the clues needed to climb your way out.
The Stormglass Protocol: Room Escape! is a first person room escape game created by the Stormglass team. It pulls the genre out of its stationary roots and offers a full 3D experience that lets you walk around and investigate each chamber as you please. The puzzles will be familiar, but the interface adds a nice level of realism to the normally static experience.
It's just seven short levels, but this prototype is both chilling and clever. In a world where someone is always watching, you have to navigate a series of dark mazes without ever getting out of sight of an omnipresent camera or face the consequences.
From Disney Mobile, the team behind Where's My Water?, Where's My Mickey? and related spin-offs, Stack Rabbit is an isometric puzzle game that's so adorable it just might melt your face off. Playing as a blocky rabbit searching for food, your job is to steal veggies while avoiding the not-so-watchful eye of Max the guard dog. It's an extraordinarily simple premise that's executed with a lot of style and flair, just the way we like our mobile games!
Zombie meets zombie in this sequel to last year's cheeky puzzle game. As a scientist with a laboratory filled with dangers and lasers, your goal is to bring two zombified lovers together across a series of increasingly complex challenges with the goal of ultimately curing them... providing the lasers don't incinerate them first.
When Lilly finds an unusual pair of goggles, they open her eyes to a surreal world of mysterious magic and propels her on a journey that will change everything. In this animated point-and-click adventure from Geeta Games, you get to share in Lilly's fascination and curiosity, and innocently earnest explorations, solving playful puzzles in order to carry on this expedition into the fantastical.
Thieves love diamonds, and there are a whole lot to collect in Theft Punk, a Road Blocks-esque sliding puzzle game from Frip. A jazzy retro aesthetic and nifty details will keep players sliding right up until the strange-but-funny end sequence.
An ordinary day at school turns terrifying after the lights go out in the short but marvelously creepy little horror adventure. With four different endings and some brilliant atmosphere, it makes up for its shortcomings by providing a great creepy break.
Fight your way to the orc city to defeat the army of evil lurking there. In this turn-based strategy game, slide rows and columns to position yours and your enemy's troops to prepare for battle. While you start with just two characters, you'll eventually end up with eight, each with different abilities and strategies to bring to the playing field. The king needs your help--don't fail him!
TomaTea has opened a pretty new sugar shop to tempt you, treat you and delight you. Once inside, though, you'll have to solve some puzzles, reassemble tile mosaics and gather up handfuls of petite chocolates in order to escape. As if you'd want to leave! The soothing music and lovely aesthetics add to the serenity along with a glowing cursor and puzzles with just the right bit of challenge to satisfy without leaving you feeling sour.
Gather round, people, and witness the all new adventures of the world's only ninja miner! His incredible skills allow him to run faster than lightning, collecting gems and stars on his way. Now, in Ninja Miner 2, he will also slay nefarious creatures with his trusty blade and perform fantastic underwater stunts in thirty-two amazing new levels!
Here come twenty new Kolobok levels! Once again, the yellow smiley has to negotiate puzzles by rolling (but not jumping) around and eating magic mushrooms to obtain superpowers. With its clever design, intuitive gameplay and fun challenges, Kolobok Level Pack is a great coffee break amusement.
Wonderland Adventures: Planet of the Z-Bots marks the third in the main series of puzzle adventure games from developer Midnight Synergy. It arrives several years after the previous installment, Mysteries of Fire Island, but because it's such a large and well-built game, it's an easy delay to forgive. Planet of the Z-Bots captures every bit of magic and charm from the other releases, only now there's a lot more of it!
Purple Bard and Orange Druid join the party in Heroes of Sokoban III! These box-charming, wall-transforming members make for some clever puzzles and creative complications, though newbies should probably get up to speed with prior installments first.
Fright Heights is a speed-oriented logic puzzle game created by The REDspace. The goal is to scare all the pesky humans out of your nice, shadowy hotel. You do this by placing various spooks equipped with number grids in each room, overlapping values to produce the desired level of fright. Once the quota has been reached, get ready for some screaming former guests!
Sometimes the biggest challenges come from games with very few rules. It's the principle behind Simple Machine's latest puzzle, in which you combine matching numbered tiles until there's only one. It's simple, it's clever, and it's difficult in the best of ways.
It may LOOK like an "idyllic cottage weekend simulator", but this clever twist on a puzzle game is anything but. You'll have to figure out some way to survive the weekend using the limited tools around you, but beware... gruesomeness and red herrings abound.
Experience the memories of happy coins past in this, the 91st escape-the-room game by our dear friend, Tesshi-e. And what is a friend for if not to lock us up and force us to point and click all over the place, seeking out clues, useful objects and seven shiny gold coins in order to escape? Although you'll revel in the familiar, Tesshi-e has some sly tricks to keep you on your toes and scratching your head.
"A four dimensional system represented in two dimensions". Sound confusing? Well, just try it out. This deceptively simple turn-based puzzle game uses its clever concept to craft some devious levels, though a lack of explanation of its mechanics and restrictions will make it feel rough around the edges for some.
Paint it Back is a picross game from Casual Labs that aims for ease of use and an attractive presentation. It scores well on both of these fronts, toning down the difficulty just a touch in favor of inviting new players into the world of nonograms. Expect lots of crazy paintings, a handful of achievements, and many hours of staring at the screen wondering which block to fill next.
It's Halloween, and everyone's out trick-or-treating, including Japanese developer Choko-Chai's trademark three cats. When they visit the wrong house and end up locked inside, though, it's time once again for them to escape. Choko-Chai's games have a charm all their own; the puzzles are neither too challenging nor too easy, there's a changing cursor right where it counts, the cats' animated antics are hard to tire of, and the one time there's a puzzle that requires knowledge of something Japanese, the creator provides a Wikipedia link.
Do you remember those puzzles where you have to trace an image without lifting the pencil or retracing your steps? Draw The Line isn't one of those, no matter how much it looks like one at first. Cross every line exactly once, navigate teleporters and double walls, don't cross your own line, and try to finish in the starred area in this deceptively tricky little game.
Everyone went about their uneventful lives rather uneventfully until the day one of them got sick. Sick with happiness! Now anyone the infected touches will also glow with glee. Spread the Happydemic in this physics puzzler using well-planned and carefully timed clicks to remove blocks and drop, roll or propel the happy guys toward the sad ones.
Enter into a surreal thriller where the written word is both your narrator and your map. Follow the story as it leads you through six chapters, providing clues to unraveling its riddles through sounds, narrative, and images. Everything from design decisions, interactions, art and, even you, is part of the story in this remarkably unique mystery adventure game by Simogo.
Jump in the line, rock the mosaic in time! In Mosaic Mingle, you've got to rebuild a picture one tile at a time, but you've got to use the tiles in the order given to you. The tiles are slid in from the edges, so you've got to be careful you don't block yourself out! This is one puzzle that looks easy, but has a surprising edge of trickiness up its sleeve... Its ruffled, multicolored sleeve. Conga line!
How can you not love the number 10? Especially if we're talking about the new sliding-puzzle from iojoe! Colorful and entertaining, with a gentle learning curve, anyone in search of a good mind-twister should definitely give 10 their a-10-tion.
You're on a journey to collect 33 pieces of a fallen star which starts out simply enough but soon throws you into an extraordinary quest that tests your wits and precision platforming skills. Some levels will bend your brain while others will mess with your mind. Use [arrow] keys and [space] to navigate and activate special abilities with other keys, doing whatever you must to prove your devotion and gather the star pieces for your loved one.
The human mind is a very complex thing. A very complex, bizarre, fragile thing which sometimes malfunctions and starts creating all manner of horrors. What horrors, you ask? Step right into Dopaminium: The Heal Journey and see for yourself. In this surreal point-and-click experience, you'll go through different departments of the mind, try to mend an ailing psyche and get utterly creeped out.
The hunt for doors continues with Heroes of Sokoban II: Monsters! In this expansion to the Sokoban-esque puzzle game, you not only have to deal with the warrior, the thief, the wizard, and their quirky personalities, but you've also got to defeat goblins and dragons. But lo, a mystical priest has also come to join the adventure. With an extra fellow on deck, can you find your way to the exits?
You'll either love it or hate it, but Ice-Pick Lodge's unique indie horror game is one of the most surreal and striking games the genre has seen in a long time. As a mysterious Lodger who's been having trouble sleeping, dawn seems to be taking forever... and it might never come if you can't figure out the rules to the chilling game of hide and seek you're playing with some uninvited guests, and unravel the mystery of your own past.
With both a main quest to help the birdies reunite and a side quest to find all seven hidden eggs, White Cage is a lot of entertainment packed into a little space. So welcome Petithima back and enjoy White Cage!
Ninjadoodle is at it again! ClickPLAY is back with 20 new levels of ClickPLAY clickiness! It's more concerned with how quickly you think, relying less on reflexes and more on the little gray cells that occupy your noggin. Fans of the genre are sure to find lots of entertainment in this quick and amusing little distraction. Come on, click Play and begin! You know you want to...
Why rack your brain wondering why Detarou is so so strange when you can spend that precious brain power figuring out the abundance of puzzles in store for you in this latest surreal escape from the weirdness master? Significantly easier and a teensy bit less offensive than some Detarou offerings out there, this episode has three endings and plenty of humorous surprises throughout. And you thought it was just about Japanese floor coverings!
In a powerful flash and beam of light, Greg's girlfriend disappears right before his eyes. Set sometime in the near future, this sci-fi mystery adventure puts you in the middle of gorgeous 3D environments. A point-and-click style interface allows you to explore your surroundings, solve puzzles and converse with characters while the truths are slowly revealed in the unfolding story.
Type:Rider is a puzzle platform game as well as an interactive learning experience created by Cosmografik. Taking some visual cues from games like LIMBO, it casts you in the role of two twin orbs traveling through a shadowy world. With Type:Rider, though, those aren't just random shapes you're rolling over and collecting. They're typefaces, each taken from some of the most recognizable fonts throughout history. As you head through each level, you'll relive that journey one unlockable manuscript at a time. And you might actually learn something cool along the way!
A warrior, a thief, and a wizard walk into a bar. The warrior pushed his way through the door, while the thief pulled the door open, and the wizard somehow switched places with the door. (The wizard's a bit weird.) In Heroes of Sokoban by Jonah Ostroff, you've got to control all three adventurers and their quirky personalities to navigate Sokoban-style puzzles. While you're at it, check out PuzzleScript, the new puzzle game engine developed by Stephen Lavelle that can help you make your own games!