Russell is a young boy locked in a room with nothing to do but take an experimental “medicine” that gives him pleasant dreams… but does he really deserve them? Be warned that this freeware indie horror adventure translated by vgperson comes with serious content warnings.
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.
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!
Harriet, Emma, and Mason have snuck into school after hours in pursuit of rumours of a ghost on the grounds… and following a mysterious, anonymous letter Harriet receives. But when the lights go out and the doors become chained, it quickly becomes apparent there’s more going on here than an urban legend. Freeware indie horror game Turtle Head pays homage to classics like Ao Oni and Clock Tower, but some pitfalls of the genre hold it back in places.
It’s survival in the palm of your hand, as Three Minute Games once again gives you a direct line to someone who may die without your help. In Lifeline: Whiteout for Android and iOS devices, there’s a man lost, alone, and confused in the middle of nowhere in the dead of winter. With night coming in fast, he needs your help to survive, but your choices might lead him deeper into danger, and a bizarre conspiracy… if you don’t get him killed first.
So what if he’s lost his job, his girlfriend, and been struck by lightning? Chase isn’t going to let that get him down, and he’s sure a new apartment is the first step on his road to romance. But in this crude, weird point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games, nothing is straight-forward.
Locked up and about to be put to potentially deadly trial for mouthing off about the king… oh, and watched over by an ork who wants to use your skull as a soup bowl! The situation looks bleak in clunky but charming puzzle game The Lady or the Tiger?, but you may be able to find a way out.