Ramble Planet is one of those quirky under-the-radar games you only get the privilege of stumbling across every couple of years. It plays like a scavenger hunt mixed with some RPG elements, though if you've been kicking around Earth planet for a few decades, you'll remember that most RPGs used to have that scavenger hunt feel to them. Ramble Planet simply takes that feature, intensifies it and peels off all the excess, sprinkling in some beguiling text snippets to spark your imagination.
It's murder most foul! But was it supernatural, or something even more sinister? In this colourful and captivating hidden-object adventure, you'll encounter more twists and turns than ever before, for a plot that's surprisingly satisfying and clever, and gameplay with lots of variety.
Play as Prometheus and search for an all-powerful Spark to save mankind in this stunning, action-packed iOS game that's easy to pick up but hard to master. Battle huge bosses and take on multiple foes at a time across gorgeous environments while you earn upgrades for yourself and your equipment.
In this clever HTML5 tower defense game, your turrets can be programmed with AI using IF/THEN conditions that allows you to tweak your strategy to handle seemingly overwhelming odds. Program your rockets to only target slow, heavy enemies, or your lasers to pick off the fastest fliers.
You arrive at your destination: a gorgeous island in the pacific. All you want to do is put on your bikini and dive into the azure blue waters, maybe swim to shore and flirt with the locals. But first you need your bikini, locked in your suitcase. Where is the key? Search your room high and low, solving a string of tricky puzzles in this challenging escape by Libertechno.
If the bard finds his lyre and the witch finds her brew, the music will really start to hop! And speaking of hopping, that little pink bunny could sure use his carrot. It's just a logical quest down the path to make every creature in the kingdom happy, but you won't believe how often they lose their magical objects. Get ready to find the unique path each one needs to travel in Bardadum: The Kingdom Roads.
Flipline serves up something sweet in their latest challenging addition to their addictive simulation series. Fry up donuts to exacting specifications for a variety of customers, and then decorate them to order! You'll need a steady hand and wings on your feet, because this might be one of the trickier games in the Papa's series!
Be ye man or be ye beast? Why not be both in this ridiculously action-packed game that lets you play as a succession of massive monsters rampaging across the world, or as the tiny, jet-packing human trying to save us all with a pistol and a few well-placed turrets.
In this sequel to Robamini's The Seeds of Eden, we return to the same peaceful walled garden to find new puzzles to solve. The user-friendly design keeps the experience relaxing and easy, although the last task involves a bit more challenge. Robamini's creativity and visual delights promise plenty to entertain while you're here.
Elemental sandbox games were once a staple of the browser gaming scene. You remember Hell of Sand, right? And Powder Game, Sand Sand Sand, Liquid Webtoy? The genre resurfaced once mobile gaming became a thing, but the quality has always been middling at best. Then along came Doodle God to remind us how fun it is to play with elements. Why not combine the two? HF Games is looking to do just that with its latest Android release that takes the best parts from each game and fuses them together to make ReactionLab!
- • Magic Book Escape
- • Fruit Kitchens No.7: Apple Mango
- • Find the Escape-Men 105: Freshmen
It's a gorgeous day in some tropical paradise somewhere, so why not take a vacation and enjoy the day? Go through FunkyLand's door by collecting seven mangoes then find magic on the beach with Esklavos. When it's time to return to work, though, No1Game's escape men would rather not; you'll need to find and usher those green slackers back to the office.
Manage the battle front as you play either as the humans, who are trying to save their princess, or as the demons, who are racing back home with their prize. Gather gold to buy your army and send them down the screen to crush the enemy's camp while enjoying a zany two-sided story.
A floating banana is asking you to kill gangsters. So naturally this side-scrolling, time-slowing, jumping, rolling, dodging shooter has you killing gangsters for your little banana friend. You don't want to be rude to Pedro, do you?
Now that you have settlers placed on your map, what are you going to do with them? Why, save them from monsters, of course! Lumarama's new mobile tile-based strategy game takes a popular card-mapping board game style to a new level in Damn Little Town.
You'll be on cloud 9 when you play Dream Hopper, a unique action platformer filled with aggressive jellyfish and bubble battles. Made in the vein of a simulated dream world with a bossy subconscious mind calling the shots, you'll fight monsters and find helpful floaty powerups in your quest to find a way out.
Caught between two voices that hate each other and might not have your best interests at heart, you play a conscious android girl struggling through an oppressive and disturbing world in this atmospheric platforming adventure.
Looking for a free addictive dungeon-crawler with strategic elements for your iOS? Look no further than Big Blue Bubble's beautifully designed and detailed turn-based RPG as you climb through a never-ending tower in search of loot!
Slide, shoot, and upgrade to defeat the minions of MonsterBoss and race to the top to stop his rampage. There is nothing that can stand in your way with a gun in your furry red paws. So jump, shoot, and slide to climb your way to the top to have your face-off.
The enemy is laying siege to our base. Their superior numbers will soon smash through our defenses, and all we can hope to do is to stand our ground, put a bullet in as many as we can, and hope we can last long enough for help to arrive. This is Storm Ops 4, a military first-person defense shooter by 3KG Games. The first couple of levels offer a steep learning curve, but shooter fans in the mood for a more realistic edge will find it worth sticking to.
An engaging mix of Fishy and Katamari Damacy, Dingo Games' Tasty Blue, the latest in their Tasty Planet series, has you chomping your way up the food chain from krill to continents. It's the kind of mindful destruction that's best in short bursts, but definitely something worth sinking your teeth into.
Looking for a stylish arcade challenge? All you have to do to play Krome is to keep lapping the center circle as long as possible without running into the trail of squares you leave behind, but changing colours and explosives makes this harder than it looks. How high is your score?
You thought your father died when your brother went missing twenty years ago, but the letters your mother hid from you before her death draw you back to a town with a dark secret. A remarkably compelling and beautifully designed hidden-object adventure that will make the time fly like few others.
DonixGames brings you a mesmerizing experience in their free Flash game, Helinon. In this bullet hell shooter, you control a green glowing wheel as it takes down the other geometric shapes coming after it, for whatever reason. With auto-fire, your only job is to avoid, set off the occasional special weapon, and access the upgrade shop to resupply and go. It's an entertaining experience that will pair perfectly with your morning coffee.
- • Do You Have a Grudge?
- • The Visitor Returns
- • Rebuild 2
- • Somnium: Exodus
- • Eyes - The Horror Game
- • FPS-Man
- • My Father's Long, Long Legs
- • Aurora
- • Lab of the Dead
- • Intruder
- • Monster Basement
- • Rune Hunt
Like to be scared? This installment of our 12 Best series highlights some of the best horror games around. Everything from terrifying point-and-click adventures about home invasion to rebuilding the world after a zombie apocalypse... and beyond!
Rovio's Angry Birds go turn-based in this casual strategic RPG as you journey across islands trying to recover your eggs against challenging foes while finding new party members and classes, and crafting equipment. Though free-to-play for Android and iOS, a few frustrating mechanic choices and always-on requirements hamper the experience.
The mini monkeys have been monkey napped! It's up to you to solve puzzles and save them in this short but sweet sci-fi point-and-click adventure from Pencil Kids. Deal with crabby aliens, force fields, coded robots, and more.
Playing a Lo.Nyan's escape game is as much about being inside these gorgeous rooms as it is collecting clues and solving puzzles in order to leave them. Actually, who'd want to leave when the serene setting beckons you to curl up on the bed and read a book, never glancing again at the outside world. But the puzzles are too irresistible to not solve and, quicker than you'd like, you'll be out the door. Luckily, there's a second ending, so refresh the page and play again!
In this modern re-imagining of the 1985 classic, upgrade and defend your tank against seemingly impossible odds over dozens of levels filled with power-ups, turrets you can capture, destructible terrain, and much more.
- • Avalanche Escape
- • Candy Rooms No.11: Sycamore Natural
- • Find the Escape-Men 104: Trial of the Love
- • Escape from the Room with Windows
- • Chicks Hide and Seek 18;
Another weekday escape means five more escape games selections lined up for you to enjoy, already sorted out so you only get the best. Here you'll get more whimsy in FunkyLand's candy-strewn room, show your devotion by collecting No1Game's little green men, play hide-and-seek with Yuri's adorable baby chicks, enjoy puzzles and a view from Yomino Kagura, or escape from Aztec Game's snowed in cabin in a rather unconventional way.
When you wake up after a bazooka-juice mishap, you discover the zombie apocalypse started while you were out, and you'll need to work with limited ammunition and your environment to survive each level of this silly, charming physics puzzler.
It's a beautiful day outside with the birds singing in the trees, but you're stuck inside... literally, since the door is locked! Search for clues and items to solve puzzles in the latest relaxing, lovely escape from veteran developer TomaTea.
Freedom! Rescued from your cell by a somewhat unmotivated guardian angel, it's up to you to release the rest of your friends in this utterly surreal, cute-and-cuddly chibi platformer.
Match-3 meets sliding block puzzle in this game, set deep in the heart of an ancient temple. Place colored blocks that slide in the direction of the arrows upon them. Match them to the sparkling jewels of the same color in order to collect them. Grab all the jewels and make it out before the board fills with blocks!
Sig.NULL is a downloadable expansion to last year's Signal, a Sokoban-esque puzzle game about pushing blocks into place using drones that you control... more or less. The puzzles are hard enough as is, but discovering the bizarre mechanics that make everything run is another major endeavor. Even if you're familiar with how Signal worked, Sig.NULL adds many new features that make this a fresh challenge for all takers.
Fly, float, swing, and sling across Artie's imagination, using help from unique creatures to get to his pillow to find an end to his fantastic but challenging dreams. It's a surreal and colourful physics puzzler with a great sense of style.
Mika Mobile's Battleheart Legacy is Torchlight II (or Diablo, if you like) for mobile devices. Those are some big words to throw around, but the studio has managed to capture the feeling of epic adventure, combat, upgrades and quests from those massive RPGs and condense them into something that's accessible without sacrificing complexity.
Welcome to Witch Country! Don't worry, it isn't as scary as it sounds. Instead of mixing potions or getting put on trial for sneezing, you'll simply be matching like-colored bubbles. Bubble Witch 2 Saga is a marble popper from King similar to Puzzle Bobble (a.k.a. Bust-a-Move), but with a surprisingly well-assembled presentation and gameplay that feels as smooth and natural as popping bubbles in real life.
A tiny French village is under attack by wolves, but when you arrive you find yourself face-to-face with a more supernatural incarnation. The townsfolk blame a young girl rumoured to have survived a werewolf attack when she was younger, but who can you really trust? A gorgeous and surprisingly inventive hidden-object adventure that's well worth a look.
Here it is, dear JayIsGames community, fan fiction made by the creator for you. As resoundingly requested, Mateusz Skutnik's remarkably immersive artwork, full of atmosphere and imagination, rendered into an escape-the-room game that's accessible to all. Take your time in the strange-yet-beautifully surreal scene; you may be out before you're ready to go but it's no less enjoyable while it lasts.
- • Morningstar
- • The Blue Beanie
- • The Dead Case
- • William and Sly 2
- • Gretel and Hansel
- • Chibi Knight
- • Castaway 2
- • The Trader of Stories: Bell's Heart
- • I Have 1 Day
- • How to Raise a Dragon
- • Friendship is Magic: Story of the Blanks
What's in an adventure game? Not just point-and-clicking! In this list of twelve great adventure games you might not have played, we cover everything from ponies to foxes to dwarves, monster collecting, tiny woodland heroes, and more!
A tower defense game without the tower. Plant your units on the field of battle, upgrade them, and watch them do battle with wave after wave of tiny, adorable monsters, all to get a series of trinkets for some princesses who have rather unique desires.
The water is clear, but the solutions need some powerful brain work. A new level pack to the Liquid Measure series to quench the thirst for all physic puzzle lovers out there.
After being thrown through a wormhole while fighting an evil creature, you find yourself stranded in an unknown universe. You must fight your way through hordes of enemies and use your unique powers to change the land beneath your feet in this clever and ambitious platformer.
Who wears a dashing hat, carries a torch to explore ancient ruins, and strikes fear into the heart of jungle creatures? Phobi Jones, the hero of this unique puzzle platform game. Use the items from your bag to scare lions, elephants, and bats so you can make it through each level, collecting artifacts along the way.
- • Find the Escape-Men 102: Secretary Section
- • Find the Escape-Men 103: The Balcony
- • Fruit Kitchens No.06: Blueberry Violet
- • Bremen Town Musicians 2
This week we have five games from FunkyLand, Minoto, Yomino Kagura and No1Game to help fill in those empty spaces between less escapey moments. Whimsical rooms, strangely quirky adventures, plainly logical puzzles or hide-and-seek with a dash of humor—each playable in a five minute break. Whether you haven't met your escape game quota for the week or just need a distraction from waiting on bigger ventures, you've come to the right door.
What goes into running a farm? A lot more than you'd expect in Kairosoft's latest addictive sim for iOS and Android! You'll need to enter contests, complete missions, train your workers, invest in tourism, and engineer your crops if you want to take the coveted top spot in the yearly rankings!
It's a ninja's greatest foe... crippling student debt! In this clever physics puzzle platformer, you play a ninja with adhesive feet who must leap and smash his way through levels, knocking out thugs for bounties and gathering treasure.
It's Mozart vs. Mecha and an army of soldiers from the far-flung future of 2014, in FlashChaz's new platform beat-em-up Wolfgang Fights the Future. A fun a frantic little brawler with enough flipping and dashing and bashing to make one forgive the padding before the climactic boss fight.
If you thought saving your city from zombies had been accomplished in Rebuild or Rebuild 2, you were wrong. While still in early release, the new game from Sarah Northway, Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville takes you back to the trenches with new characters, more story, and a great-looking new overlay. And with so much more yet to come, you'll look forward to many hours of survival simulation and zombie madness yet to come.
All you wanted was a quiet meal in a Japanese-style restaurant, where you could relax slowly and take it easy. But in Tesshi-e's world, open doors mean food on the table, so if you want to eat, first you need to escape. As always, the clever whimsy and beautiful presentation makes solving puzzles in the tatami room one of pure enjoyment.
Ever feel like you're a little too large for the world around you? You know, like when you're crawling through the air ducts of your home pretending to be a spy. Well, Smudged Cat Games, creator of Gateways, thought that feeling of mild claustrophobia would make a good game. And wouldn't you know it, they're right! Growing Pains is an arcade platform game that's all about getting to the exit as fast as you can. It's sort of like a speedy version of N, only instead of being a small ninja, you're a creature that can't stop getting bigger.
Transported into the past, young Kiev must unite the Egg Knights to stand against the Dark Army in this grindy but silly strategic RPG. With great pixel artwork and a pun-tastic story, it's a solid fit for a relaxed afternoon of casual gameplay.
If bots could be zen, then this little puzzle would be where they lived. Connecting your bots will make them happy, but lining them up over the lightning bolts on the floor will really give them a charge! Each level can be passed as long as all the bots are connected. The real challenge is finding your way through the obstacles to reach all three chargers in each level.
Do pandas eat oranges? Probably not. But in this game, you've got a little cub that's awful hungry, and oranges are the only way to feed her. Click to destroy ice blocks and set the physics in motion, moving the erstwhile fruit to the hungry little bear.
Late one night while your mother is sleeping, something wakes you up. Now, just two years old, and alone save for your intrepid teddy-bear, you'll need to take a surreal and terrifying journey where you can't always trust what you see, but everything is full of meaning, in this gorgeous indie horror adventure.
He thought the rumours of hauntings at his new hotel were just that... rumours, and something he could use to drum up business. But in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure, truth is stranger than fiction, and something old and very, very evil must be stopped before it's too late!
Tales of the Adventure Company is a casual RPG that works like a puzzle game. The tile-tapping exploration mechanic will be instantly familiar to anyone who's played Dungelot (or had an advent calendar), while the enemy grid formations will feel similar to the animal rescuing sections of Disco Zoo. Put it all together with quick combat sessions and a little bit of party-based strategy and you've got your next roguelike obsession!
What do you get when you cross a turn-based dungeon-crawling RPG with a match-3 style puzzle game? A combo-building, special move-deploying, strategic, upgradeable fantasy adventure, that's what! Click runes, build your magic, and defeat hordes of monsters in pursuit of gold and glory.
Pablo Cavarez: Sliding Puzzle Explorer is your new hero. The intrepid explorer traverses underground temples like we stroll through the park. His secret is to take things one square at a time. His other secret is to get you to move those squares before taking a single step. The sliding block puzzle game is somewhat similar to Continuity in basic design, but Pablo definitely has the tougher job. How many other puzzle heroes have to use a sword?
- • The Fancy Pants Adventure
- • Tri-Achnid
- • The Tall Stump
- • Fireboy and Watergirl 4: The Crystal Temple
- • Armed With Wings 3
- • Shift
- • Enough Plumbers
- • Great Dungeon in the Sky
- • Hello Worlds!
- • K.O.L.M.
- • Give Up, Robot
- • Loved
Love platformers? We've reviewed all kinds, and today we're taking a look at some of the best. A lonely little robot whose squabbling parents don't have his best interests at heart. Proof that fire and water can go together. An epic journey to stop a demon lord. And a whole bunch of fat guys in blue overalls.
Ninjadoodle serves up some stylish yet simple puzzling in this sleek little game that asks you to figure out how to assemble the shuriken presented in each stage. Each level presents a different twist and mechanic, making it a solid little snack to prep your brain for the day.
What is it with so many kings being unwilling to step up to save their own kingdom? Well, at least it gives us adventurers something to do. Use your point-and-click adventure skills to track down the kingdom's missing pot of gold for the king in this charming game.
- • Maze of Similar Rooms
- • Candy Rooms No.10: Lettuce Green Natural
- • Dark Alley Escape
These three escape games spark up a variety of moods. Hottategoya uses mazes and minimalism for those seeking a spatially cranial experience. FunkyLand's whimsy and cheerfulness evokes a summertime ease. Meanwhile, if you're wanting something a tinge darker, Esklavos' mini-adventure is a step in that direction.
Ready for an escape that's challenging? Haretoki has locked you in some sort of lab, and to find your way out, you'll need to scour for clues, wrack your brain for solutions, and experience some unexpectedly whimsical surprises in this delightfully tricky and clever escape game.
Learn math skills AND defend the world against the forces of darkness? What are we, Buffy? You'll need to type fast to tally sums to destroy the matching monster that lumbers in from a magical gate in this gorgeous and challenging game.
Someone's broken into Dragon Princess' treasure stockpile and stolen her most powerful magical artifact. Now she'll have to fight through trolls, demons, slimes, and more to take it back! Defeat monsters, collect gold, and work together with powerful magical allies in this cute fantasy shooter. And be on the lookout for a certain pink-haired girl!
Dive through earth and air in The Sun and Moon, a challenging platformer with an original concept and a beautiful, simplistic aesthetic. Fight conflicting gravities to collect all three Shinies and reach the exit in each level!
You can't keep a good assassin down. Or, in this case, a bunch of bad ones. They're out on bail and looking to take our hero out once and for all, so you'll need to draw structures to keep him safe in this cute and challenging physics puzzle game!
Get ready to be fear the creeper once more in Creeper World 3: Abraxis, the newest browser installment of the real time-strategy series that mixes Zerg Rushing with Conway's Game of Life into a primordial soup of fun. While clearly a teaser for the larger Steam-released version, these 12 missions will have fans of tactical, methodical gameplay oozing with pleasure.
After five long years, popular escape developer hits one huge milestone with this, the one hundredth game in the Find the Escape-Men series! Travel around town, meet some familiar faces, and solve some very strange puzzles to escape.
You Are Not A Banana: Chapter 1 is a game about everyday life. It was built by Brian Cullen and is filled more than its fair share of humor, tossing the supremely average protagonist into a series of mudane situations made extraordinary by the puzzles and arcade sequences you'll complete in order to make it through the day. It's a bit like Super Amazing Wagon Adventure, only you get to play as a banana for a bit.
The newest game from Bastion creators Supergiant Games is a neon-soaked tale of decadence and deception. Play as Red, a former singer now made mute, as she takes up the power of the Transistor, a sword with a mind of its own, and battles through hordes of enemies to uncover the truth. With deep, strategic combat and stunning visuals, Transistor is not one to miss.
- • The Asylum
- • Kavalmaja
- • Closure
- • Knightfall 2
- • Continuity
- • Lakeview Cabin
- • Don't Escape
- • No-One Has to Die
- • Simian Interface
- • Blocks With Letters On
- • Manufactoria
- • Lock 'n' Roll
What makes a good puzzle game? Over the years, we've seen literally thousands, and some of the twists on the genre the talented indie community has come up with may surprise you! From a reverse escape game to a factory filled with robots and much, much more, here are 12 of the best puzzle games you might not have played.
Our favorite mustachioed laborers are back in the next installment of the Royal Envoy series. In this popular time management sim, expand your empire by sailing to new islands, helping the natives build houses, and collecting treasure. Because if there's one thing we know that gets the king's attention, it's treasure.
Berzerk Studios' big strategic fantasy game gets even bigger with this meaty update. Create and command your army from the ground up, with soldiers and formations designed and outfitted by you alone, and then duke it out through the new solo campaigns and take advantage of over 75 new items and substantial rebalancing!
The mini-monkeys need toys! How will you afford them? By popping balloons, of course! Traverse levels and solve puzzles to find and pop all of the balloons to earn prizes for the little monkeys in a point-and-click game that's longer than some in the series, but still on the easy side for all to enjoy.
Tower defense games on mobile devices are about as common as ice in an igloo. That's why SMG Studio decided to go all-out with OTTTD. And by "all-out" we mean they crammed in everything they could think of to create a defense game that really is over the top. You'll like it, though, because all of those elements work together to add excitement and depth to a genre that desperately needs a rousing punch in the gut.
So the kitties all enjoyed their delicious hot pot party. From the looks of it, they had a really good time. Now it's time to tidy up: pick up the mess, wash the dishes, put things away and take out the trash. Um, fun? Yes! It is in this escape game from Detarame Factory. Cuteness, whimsy and straight-forward puzzling makes it so.
The dinosaurs are jerks, so it's your job as the "universe" to wipe them off the map in this physics puzzle game. Through a whopping 50 levels, use natural disasters from floods to earthquakes and more to manipulate levels and make sure each egg meets an untimely demise.
By the time you finish reading this sentence, you could have lost three games of Lumena. The high-speed, twitch-based arcade gameplay will be familiar to anyone who tortured their hand eye coordination with the likes of Super Hexagon, only this time around there's a bit of a rhythm aspect to it. Even if you can follow the beat, though, it's still not an easy game. Not by a longshot.
A lost princess. A knight with a sword. A horde of enemies between them. This fast-paced, surprisingly challenging brawler game suggests you do what comes naturally. Slash, dodge and bomb your way into the history books.
It's time to visit Africa with our globe-trotting cat! In this adorable physics puzzle game, kitty wants to taste all the local delicacies but, alas, they seem to be hidden behind a maze of electrified platforms and dangerous boulders. It's up to you to lend a helping hand and make sure the kitty doesn't travel with an empty stomach.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.5: Peach Pink
- • Story Room 8
- • Escape from the Brown Door Room
There's no such thing as too many free escape games, so of course you always want more to play! Although it's almost too pretty to leave, search FunkyLand's ineffably appealing kitchen for seven peaches and the door key is yours. Story House presents a smattering of puzzles along a single-walled scene while Yomino Kagura spreads them out around the whole room, both offering some logically thinky, yet not overly difficult, brain teasers.
Made for #lowrezjam, Bart Bonte delivers another simple puzzle game, but "simple" definitely doesn't mean easy! All you need to do is fill in the shaded areas of each level with the pixels you're provided with, but changing rules and elements makes that harder than it initially seems!
Hobo Bob is a brilliant man and one with many unknown skills. Smash down doors, blow up robots and slid down rails on your way through the factory to get to your (hopefully) future boss before anyone else.
Though hampered by a lot of grinding, Dragon Coins is still a fun, free, simple, and surprisingly addictive hybrid of Pokemon-style monster catching and battling... and one of those old coin pusher machines your granny likes to put pennies into in Vegas.
Nitrome is back for another itty bitty puzzle game... just 50x50! (Don't worry, you can make it bigger if you need to.) Guide your green glob of goo down a series of corridors, making pathways and dodging enemies!
You'll never feel blocked when you can break obstacles down into blocks... blocks you can use! It's power to the pixelated in Zillix' new action shooter, denudation, made in just a few days for the Ludum Dare "what lies beneath" competition.
Have you ever filled in a sheet of graph paper with tiny designs, just for the sheer zen of it? That's kind of what playing Pixel Flood is like, but on your Android device. Its basic mechanic is the same as many other "color fill" games, but the charming retro pixel graphics and the awesome level design really make this one stand out.
Help the monstrous Nosferatu find his prized treasure that has been mysteriously locked away in his haunted mansion. Explore his castle, find keys to progress, and enjoy a good laugh or two in this short exploration game.
Fearless Fantasy is a combat-centric role playing game created by Enter Skies. It ditches all the in-between stuff found in RPGs, such as overworld map traversing and endless dialogue trees, in favor of stats, skills, items and pure, smooth, delicious combat. Layered on top of that is a simple but enjoyable story that's got a runaway princess, a sarcastic hero, and at least one enemy who lost the battle because he has a hole in his sock.
As black paint tries to ruin the colorful landscape of Paint Land, your job is to move your blue droplets to safety. It's a new take on the virus genre that will have you racing the clock to move your blue paint to the rescue tube.
Chronology is the latest game to take advantage of the sidescrolling invigoration. It packs a lovely time-twisting mechanism on top of a head-warping set of puzzles that force you to think about the world in terms of the past and the future.
Unravel the mystery of the moebius theory in this point-and-click adventure. Genius Malachi Rector makes a comfortable living in the high-end antiques business until a secretive government agency recruits him for analysis skills. But instead of analyzing objects, they want Malachi to analyze people to see if they resemble any famous historical figures. Use your superb deductive reasoning to solve they mystery, before it's too late.
Kero Blaster has arrived! The sidescrolling platform shooter by Studio Pixel looks simple and sweet on the surface, but the difficulty is cranked up high enough to give your reflexes an honest workout. As janitor for the teleporter manufacturer Cat & Frog, your job is to venture out into the dangerous world to fix the company's broken machines. No sweeping or actual repairing involved, just shooting and trying to stay alive!
- • Samsara Room
- • Baba Yaga
- • The Dark Room (YouTube)
- • You Find Yourself in a Room
- • Dwarf Complete
- • Escaping the Prison
- • Alice is Dead: Episode One
- • Mimou Escape
- • Bars of Black and White
- • The Dark Room 3
- • Escape from 26
- • Goliath the Soothsayer
Everyone knows Tesshi-e and Robamimi. But what about Mike Morin? Ben Leffler? Eli Piilonen? These (and more!) may not be the names you immediately think of when you want to play an escape game, so we're here to change that. Here are twelve of the best escape games you might not have played!
The adorable and addictive strategic tower defense hit is now available in delicious iOS flavour! You've kidnapped the kids of Fairyland, and now you must defend them until you can get them to your boss. With all new upgrades, abilities, levels, and an improved balance and UI, this is one mobile game that shines.
When your nephew is accused of murdering his sister, you're called in to use your unique time traveling powers to uncover the truth... but it may be weirder than you ever expected in this gorgeous hidden-object mystery adventure from Elephant Games!
It was a dark and snowy night. Perfect time for a little breaking and entering, right? Deal with monsters and more in this creepy-cool point-and-click adventure that'll take you a surprisingly long time to finish and has piles of potential despite its design missteps.