Hurry! You're running but you can't jump! Oh no, what can you do? You can see the exit, but you keep on falling down and pushing keys on your keyboard doesn't work, neither does clicking you mouse. But wait, what is that shiny thing? It looks like a coin and if you press it, the level gets reset. What a weird object. What if you try dragging it? That works! Now... what if we put it in the path of that running fellow... He suddenly jumps! That's it! That's what you need to do to solve this puzzle.
Ready for exciting adventure? The latest game by jo99's with a new heroine is here!
Incredible: Miss Libellule is gone, I'm sorry. After she had bravely faced The Queen of Snakes in deep jungle, The Earl Octopusor under the sea and finally, The Mother of the Bird Men herself, our invincible protagonist of three vivid and colorful adventures flew up to the sky. Maybe she would return one day, but if not, "The Adventures of Krystine" has just started. Miss Libellule is gone, long life to Krystine!
Welcome to the future of 2017, dudes and dudettes, and it's like, totally rad. Or so you might think if you're freelance detective/police officer Jonathan Murphy P.I. Jonathan spends most of his time casually surfing the 'net catching up on the latest "dank memes," probably more even more so than actually working. It all takes a serious turn (or does it? You paying attention, Jonathan?!) when there's a case of "murder gone deadly" (are there non-deadly murders?) and you're pressed into service alongside a couple of old buddies. Or, as Jon might put it, it's "time to go crime-solve a crime!"
This week we are going green - all games are by no1Game (except the bonuses) and they are fun!
Standard no1game's games are whimsical and a bit weird, often with some pixel hunt and sneakily hidden areas, but their goal is always the same - to find ten green escape-men. Games vary though, sometimes is the style different and sometimes they seem like created in collaboratin with some other designer - like the first one in this selection. Other two are typical, a little on easy side, and their not-so-popular features reduced.
Bonus game for this WE is by mad0 - charming, beautiful, and very atmospheric.
Have a good time and enjoy!
Did you know you can easily become part of the Top Hat Club? You just need to find a top hat first. Welcome to the most sophisticated club of men that engage in smart talk and drink expensive liquors. Welcome to, the Top Hat Club. We don't have a lot of requirements, you don't have to be rich, you don't need to have a high status, you don't need to be of royalty. Everyone can become a member of our club. Everyone you say? Yes indeed, every person that wants to be part of the Top Hat Club can become a member. We only have one requirement, just a little thing you need to have for you to enter the club. That little thing? A Top Hat.
Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! You're on a small 5x8 platform and a magical mirror has appeared, beckoning you to battle. Your opponent fancies himself as a magician, no wait, the ringmaster of the show. He's got all sorts of tricks up his sleeve as well - he can make flowers spring up on random tiles. Remember that saying about every rose having a thorn? There are going to be plenty in your side if you don't manage to dodge the spots. Next, pick a card, any card-ouch! Don't let their sharp corners stab you and deplete your health. Finally, he'll flip coins down onto your arena, limiting your already cramped space further.
You wake up the same way as you have for as many days as you can remember: behind bars, locked away from your family. It's just another day, and it is time for you to rise and shine. There's work to be done, even as you trudge through the slow, somber melancholy of prison life. One day, though, you have a sudden urge to do something different. It seems innocent enough: you want to give a teddy bear to your daughter. There's only one small thing you must do to get there: break out of prison first!
It's too early for strawberries (greenhouse-grown don't count), but both Maymay and Amajeto delivered games about them - maybe because they are red and fotogenic - and it sounds much better to tell 'find strawberries' than 'find cucumbers'!
With Neat Escape you get to a popular restaurant, but you are left on your own - how will you cope? Can you escape it, and if yes, with full or empty stomach? The last, and the only Easter game by Esklavos is a bit surreal and so cute!
Have a good time and enjoy!
A few months back in the good old days of 2017, I reviewed Yûrei Station, with not only its unique take on the style of narrative driven by beautiful hand-painted scenery, but also as a project accomplished with the help of brilliant young artists. Today it is a pleasure to share another installment in the same spirit of collaboration between adult coders and budding artists. But don't think Atelier Sentô simply rehashed things - this time, you'll explore a pair of adventures in the Coral Cove, and find that although the story is completely new and fresh, the tale is no less magical. A boy lays lazily in the sand next to a cat, with a set of colored pencils, a book, and an unbounded imagination. When you click on it, though, he'll eagerly sit up and show you the world he has created through pictures.
Now and then a puzzle game emerges that feels like a breath of fresh air. In the case of Sinkr, a 2D puzzle game by Wahler Digital, this is achieved largely through the minimalist design of the game's visuals and the originality of its mechanics. The game starts you off with a deceivingly simple task: guide the pucks home to their circular zones. To do this, you are given an array of hooks that you pull along in a set direction by winding a winch-like hexagon. Simply click and hold the hexagon to set the hooks in motion, using the grid in the background as a positioning guide if needed. The introductory levels are a breeze but things quickly become a bit more thought-intensive as new mechanics are added and combined in interesting ways.
Perhaps the word "mind-bending" is bandied about a bit too much when it comes to puzzle games. Nevertheless, I have the feeling that Nusan's Fragments of Euclid might be as worthy of the accolade as any other contender.
If you're not familiar with Euclid, he was a Greek mathematician known for being the founder of geometry. And boy, there is quite a bit of it in this twisted world of staircases and all sorts of geometric patterns that fold back on themselves. The game starts you off in a simple tutorial to introduce you to the machinations of this new geometric world. Despite there being little color and mostly shades of gray other than the occasional blue object that you can maneuver, the world is anything but dull.
Made for the Movie Game Jam 2018, Temple Escape is an action platformer based upon Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. You're an adventurer that resembles Indy, but lacking the whip, and you have to collect treasures in the form of coins and gems, dodge enemies and find your way to the end of each level. The overal quality reminds me a lot of some old DOS games like Dangerous Dave, where you basically have to do the same thing, collect treasures and reach the end of the level.
Flatsan wants us to play a game with one scene only, and in addition, completely grey scene - that doesn't sound very promising, right? Don't let this description discourage you, it's a good game and fun! Escape Game Club's game isn't simple escape game - it is in fact - but technically it's a challenge! Blue-haired Mono-chan has prepared this room by herself and the rules are simple - if you aren't able to escape - you lose. If you escape successfully, Mono-chan would be very frustrated! Her revenge would be another and better escape game...good, I hope you get out of there! Funkyland is still absorbed in beauty business and so they lock you in a nail salon.
Have a good time and enjoy!
If you're into both puzzle games and mathematics, Pictopix might just be the match made in heaven for you. The premise is simple: start with a grid of a given size, and fill in the tiles according to simple rules. Numbers next to each row and column indicate how many blocks of that row must be filled in, and if there are breaks between streaks of these rows. Each of these puzzles has exactly one solution, and can be determined purely by logic. Once you fill out everything - assuming you've not made any mistakes, which can happen if your powers of deduction slip - it'll complete into a picture as a little bonus. Will you make a tire, a swan, something else? Play Pictopix and watch the puzzles take shape before your eyes!