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Weekday Puzzle N°71


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Welcome to Weekday Puzzle!


The first two games (by CO5MONAUT and pap4qlxxlevb) have only one scene but still keep you busy for a while. The next is a brisk and fast paced game by Rob Alvarez (rob1221), a standard platformer, and the last is a cute sokoban style game by Dead Pixel Games about a dog and his stick.


Have a good time and enjoy!


Hidden Goblins

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The cute game by CO5MONAUT has only one scene, but you don't see it all on the monitor. To see other parts of the scene, click and drag anywhere. You find yourself in a small village where thirteen goblins are hiding. Can you find them?
Contolled with mouse, the cursor isn't changing, no save option.


Elfy Batteries

Batteries.pngA small inconspicuous game by pap4qlxxlevb is basically one puzzle. Your task is to place all the batteries and light up the Christmas tree and have more fun than it looks - don't miss!
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, R to reset, Z to undo. One level.


One Button Bounce

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Rob Alvarez (rob1221) is back with a new game and this time it is a platformer , where you need good hand-eye coordination. Like all the author's games it is fun and well made - graphics, music, fluidity - and you will jump around a lot.
Keyboard control, Up/W/Space/X to jump, R to reset. Autosave. 24 levels.


Stick to the Plan

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In the puzzle game from Dead Pixel Games you need to help the little dog to get with his stick to the destination. Without the stick he would have got there very easily but he is determined not to give it up and there are enough obstacles on the way. The dog can let go of the stick for a while but without it he won't get out of the level.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, Q/E to rotate, R to reset, Space bar to pick/drop stick.


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