Stranded in space with your autosystems glitching out, it's up to you sort out what's going on and to pull it all together in Jake Holland's zany sci-fi themed incremental game Spaceplan.
A dashing spaceship captain bounds through his derelict vessel, retrieving the chromatic components needed to get all his systems back online in this free online platformer filled with special abilities to discover.
Design whole factories right from your browser! Manage supply lines, upgrade your equipment, research new technologies and try to make it all profit in this indie point-and-click resource management sim.
- • Rainy Season
- • Dreams
- • Room15
Subject 26 is a quiet and strange man who lives in his own little world. This doesn't stop him however from trying to leave ours.
ReFall has brought us a new puzzle game. The goal is to slide across the map to collect keys to open the exit. But the journey to the destination is the real riddle you'll have to solve.
- • The Aviator Escape
- • Fly the Sky
- • Marble Escape
This week on Weekday Escape! Primera locks you up somewhere tidy with a soothing widdle place for your widdle head. Esklavos sends you off to stop a mad scientist, provided you can start the plane first. And no1game eschews the little green men for a challenge that's no less enigmatic.
In Peter Achberger's physic puzzler Icesters Trouble these ice cubes jut want a normal life, sitting on the cold, frozen ground, and preferably not melting. While they are not the only inhabitants in their chilly world but to us they are the only ones that should matter.
- • Butterfly Garden
- • Rabbits and Magic
- • Escape the Island 2
This week on Weekday Escape! Vitamin Hana pulls off a butterfly garden on a budget. Esklavos proves that magic and the common cold probably don't mix. And a second dose of your daily Vitamin (Hana) drops you on a desert island once more.
What kind of a dinner party is it if you don't use pictures of yourself for decorations? Find the five items bearing the image of Queen Alice to find a way out of this short and whimsical escape game from Funkyland.
In this simple interactive narrative created for the Global Game Jam 2016, you find yourself fiddling with a phone, trying to figure out not only who it belonged to, but where they've gone. A few clever codes and puzzles serve to help you unlock new information as you dig through a life some may find hits too close to home.
A freestanding sink with a leaky faucet greets you in this escape game from Lu-taru. Though it may be a little mystifying at first, determined repairmen will find clever puzzles await if you can find them.