GroZZler’s long running perplexing puzzle platforming series makes a return as you try to reunite two children across a series of levels that have been shattered into pieces.
In this text-based puzzle thriller, a madman you thought was dead taunts you from behind a computer screen. You’ll need to spot clues and solve clever word puzzles to continue the hunt.
Having to track down twenty pieces of sushi is a noble cause just about anyone can rally behind, and Bart Bonte’s adorable point-and-click puzzle game is light, engaging fun whether you’re playing it in your browser or on your phone.
While it suffers somewhat in the user friendliness department, Miyabure still serves up a fun little escape game that’s cute and weird and even a little tricky.
Sometimes you want a game to build you up rather than knock you down, and Ichima delivers a clever, smart escape game that appreciates your time without pushing too much or too little.
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.