Weekday Puzzle N°60

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Welcome to Weekday Puzzle!

This week aren't introduced any sokobans - instead, we've got curtastic's puzzle game, yumehiko's variation on block breaking games and bouncing ball games, and Sander Vanhove's slow and relaxing game with a perfect design.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Emoji Hunt


The previous game by curtastic was addictive indeed (WP N°26). This game is purely about sharp eye and quick fingers - you need to find the correct emoji before the time runs out...how many levesl you can survive?
Controlled by a mouse.


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Yumehiko's version of classical block breaking game is nice (as all their games) and has a high playability - higher than you'd expect. To clear a level, you need to destroy all the blocks. If you loose you ball, you can get a new one but the platform gets a bit shorter.
Controlled by a mouse.

Silent Dot (demo)

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Sander Vanhove's game is made primarily for mobile devices (the links below) and it's paid. For browsers we've got a demo only - it has fifteen levels in which you need to guide a dot to a triangle, and can admire how well made the game is - it has a professional design, nice soundtrack and high playability.
Controlled by a mouse. 15 levels, autosave.

Google PlaySilent Dot (Android, Android Tablet)

Download on the AppstoreSilent Dot (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

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