Maybe some of us have broken phones or something, but at least you haven’t actually broken time itself and unleashed a wicked Time Lord (not that one!). Collect clocks in each level to restore the hours to every day, but watch out for the past versions of yourself as you try not to create a paradox!
While probably a little too easy and heavy on holding your hand for some players, Monkey Happy 1 – 4 is another short, colourful point-and-click puzzle game from PencilKids that others will appreciate for its lightness and simple fun.
Hey folks! First off, I’d like to apologise for my radio silence. Things have been happening, but obviously that’s no excuse for not at least updating you with what’s going on, and for that I’m sorry. The long and the short of it is that this past month has been pretty crazy. I’ve been picked… Continue reading State of the Dora
Created in just one month, “romantic” free indie visual novel Caught by a Lure tells the tale of a mermaid caught by a team of researchers. With four different endings to find and another route coming at a later date, it’s an intriguing and mesmerizing little tale of doubt and obsession… or is it?
After escaping from that horrible house, you finally make it back to your car to find your girlfriend has gone missing… but a bloodstained theater ticket provides a clue to where she went. FM-Studio provides a significant leg up over their previous freaky point-and-click horror adventure in this jump scare-laden installment that’s also free for iOS and Android!
Any great journey begins with a single step, but you’re not a hobbit! You need shoes before you can walk out the door, and in this short escape game by Vitamin Hana, it’s not as simple as picking them up off the ground.
Change the past to save the future? When a scientist’s lab is attacked as he’s studying a mysterious time artifact, he discovers that by using fracture time portals he can venture between past and future to set things right in this short puzzle platformer made in just one week.