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Very well executed color matching.
Fast-paced planet hopping.
Combine and overlap three colors to match targets spread out across the screen.
Reorganize your rope (get it) into the shapes provided. Good fun.
Kind of like a crossword puzzle, use clues to snap word groups together. Quite fun.
Swipe to fill the whole board, very relaxing and peaceful. Good time sink.
Ride, jump, glide and spin down an endlessly beautiful and randomized mountainside.
Navigate (and upgrade) your planes through missle infested air space.
Explore an impossible Escher-esque environment.
A fantastic color-matching game.
Stack tiles to defeat opponents and enhance your abilities.
Place chess pieces down to cover the the playing area.
Flip lines to match colors.
A lot like Entanglement, seems fitting our first mobile game is so similar to our first game.
Help others escape, kinda like Cursor*10 but social.
Drop those Junior Mints.
Dig and upgrade your character as you try to dig deeper and deeper.
Semi-abstract management; Science & Industry!
Can you survive?
Navigate your mouse around a maze with time penalties.
A lot like Red Remover; but groovier music.
Stack cats and/or watermelons.
Guess famous objects from classic movies; title almost says it all.
No children happen to be involved. Run-n’-gun.
Unravel the mystery on four people and a fire.
A well-done entry into the varied category of tower defense games.
Rotate and align missing pieces of pictures.
How many pixels can you destroy.
Different adventure every time. Sort of.
Draw lines to send sugar into cups.
Run, shoot and combo your way to a high-score.
Accomplish various time-based… things?
Test your kerning skills.
Spelunking. Controls can take some getting used to; but a solid game.
Place cards next to their preferred colors; matches earn points.
Not really a game; more of a drawing-simulator to song. But good.
Move more blocks to make more number 10s
Move blocks to make a number 10.
Rebuild your own little civilized paradise after the inevitable zombie apocalypse.
Much like Meat Boy was a precursor for Super Meat Boy this is a demo of The Binding of Isaac
Simplified platformer; reminds me almost of Meat Boy. Almost; but not as fast.
Avoid schoolmates while figuring out your crush. Short; but cute.
As action-packed as the movie!
Build an iron and gold empire; all through clicking.
More Candy Box.
Build a candy empire; go on a lollipop adventure.
Rocket up the tower; battling monsters with your sword as you go.
Fans of Entanglement will like this one too; the changing of tiles can be a bit clunky; but otherwise a welcome addition to the category.
Simple platformer; with a zombie luring twist.
drone worker bee corporate empire.
Get to the center of this dimensional dungeon.
No short description can do this adventure justice; one must experience this for themselves.
Click to start a chain reaction to explode as many dots as possible.
Split up and organize various containers of water.
Keep the balls in the air; progressively harder.
Drive your vehicle around an ever-changing track.
Click your sword; defend your dojo.
Simplified dungeon adventure.
Make it out of a dungeon; one square at a time.
Lead a robot in rebuilding a town.
Find the path by going though each square once.
Get rid of all the red squares.
Guide one lone naked man through a frozen planet.
Bounce the ball, with trajectory!
Draw a line to get the yellow ball to the exit.
Do as the title suggests, quite difficult to complete.
Color in an object using the least number of colors as possible.
Follow the rules.
Space Invaders on three different depths.
Upgrade your fish-catching abilities for your love.
Send balls to destroy objects.
Spread and upgrade your virus.
Can you kill yourself?
An interesting click-things-in-the-right-order demo.
Steer your bicycle in this usually charming, sometimes frustrating top-down race.
Run and jump in this short but difficult platformer.
Use words to complete the story.
Manage a sweatshop. Just like it sounds, but… cuter…
More running, jumping and sliding in this continuation of Exit Path.
Run, jump and slide to freedom on this escape game
Kind of like Pac-Man, but with zombie-escape as well.
Move or destroy colored blocks out-or into-your way.
Just one button to escape. A lot like Canabalt.
Oddly enough, feed doughnuts to stop them from eating you.
Wonderfully simple mini-golf.
The ultimate battle against an inanimate object.
Blow stuff up. Rescue 33 Archaeologists. Be a Hero. All in this charming platformer.
Glide your giraffe head as far (and awesome) as you can.
As the title suggests, you have 60 seconds to save the Queen while the castle crumbles around you.
Grow your Sumo wrestler while destroying others.
Flick various objects at the Earth to wreak as much havoc as possible.
Frustratingly simple: jump over obstacles.
Stack cakes and then launch the king to eat them.
Explore an alien planet.
Guide a young lady around in her helicopter solving puzzles along the way.
Connect three-or-more blocks from any of four sides to clear each level.
A simple puzzle you must keep the golden totem in one piece while destroying blocks underneath it.
A difficult game separates you and your horse, and asks you to juggle getting them both to safety.
Take on the role of a bored business man in this simple story.
Clarence needs your help for the first date of his life in this charming throw-back platformer.
A simple platform game about control.
Take a short walk as an alien trapped in the middle of humanity.
Take apart 3D puzzles.
Upgrade your wrestler to squash more gummies.
Take on the role of an elephant who needs to get his bowler cap back.
A clever little game where you must quickly find the gap before the tunnel slams shut.
Move the orb to the exit through a sliding puzzle, quite fun.
An island in vanishing, can you hop around quick enough to survive?
A simple platformer where you must also rearrange the screen levels to complete each stage.
A follow-up to 3D Logic.
A Rubik’s cube connect-the-dots puzzle.
An average pizza delivery boy gets to fulfill his life-long dream of being a surgeon. Use everyday items to fix people.
Solitaire in your browser.
Exploration by simple organisms. Led to a PS3 Remake, Flower, and more.
A Classic. No goal, just exploration. Mild-mannered man can fly.
makes the duo of 5 Differences & 6 Differences now a trilogy.
The follow-up to 5 Differences, this time you have to find one more than last time.
A game where you have to spot the differences in several levels.
Figure out the best angle to light-up all the stars on the screen.
Find the correct perspective for viewing a mis-aligned picture.
A very simple game where you have to move the dot from the left to the right.
A colored version of Hoshi Saga
Even more mini-games where you use only your mouse (usually) to find a star.
Another set of mini-games where you use only your mouse (usually) to find a star.
A set of mini-games where you use only your mouse (usually) to find a star.
Another escape-type game where you have to find the key to unlock a door.
An escape-type game where you have to find the key to unlock a door.
Restore power to a once-prosperous robot world.
An interactive narrative where you play an asteroid, who gets a friend. I won’t ruin anything else for you.
Your cat hides from you behind locked doors while you must figure out what order to unlock the doors to reach the cat.
You have just one chance (though there are workarounds) to save your girlfriend. Multiple visits after your untimely death are part of the fun (I promise).
The third installment of tying up loose ends in a black-and-white world. The first one being Loops of Zen, and the second—I guess—is Entangled.
A drill-downed version of Loops of Zen with what seems to be random levels.
Rotate the various designs and shapes until no loose ends exist.
Balance the scales with increasingly difficult demands.
Grab 100 or more “Doeos” before the clock runs down.
Build contraptions, from simple to complex to move the object to the “goal”. Can build yourself something incredibly complex.
Hidden balls are descending, you must stop them; you can only see them when your laser comes in contact with them. Bounce your laser across the map for increased score. Kind of like a tower defense game.
Destroy the targets with your, eventually invisible, mouse cursor.
A lot like Meat Boy: hard difficult jumping challenges and a lot of fun. Definitely worth it.
It might be considered a cheap knock-off of Canabalt to some. Not me.
Jump to freedom in this one-button escape from apocalypse.
Minigolf, well executed.
Like Click Play and its mini-games, this time set around finding various differences of rubber ducks.
A short game where you, the Mother, have to save your child from leaving home and adventuring in the surrounding woods.
More sandbox fun, along the lines of The Sandbox & Falling Sand Game.
Similar to The Sandbox where you play around with life’s basic building blocks. I think this is the first one I ever played.
Not the first of it’s kind, but seems to be the newest. You get several building blocks of life, and play. In this iteration you can view and play around with other people’s creations.
Like Planitary where you have to make sure no lines ovelap.
More Color Infection goodness.
Turn all yellow objects brown, while leaving the green ones alone. Sounds dull, it isn’t.
More of This Is The Only Level where you have only one level but multiple stages.
A little adventure where all you have to do is walk straight. The fun can be had if you go off the beaten path.
Buy and sell opium in China, to support England’s insatiable thirst for Tea.
More of the same of Crush The Castle.
Like a lot of other castle-siege games, save that is puts the attack in first-person perspective. I think it’s a great addition.
Lay siege to various castles.
Flood the map with one color. There seems to be many iterations of this game, incapable of telling which came first,
I linked to the version I first played, but there are others that version went missing; I linked to another version.
A typical platformer with an added bonus: you can create gravity wells to help “push” your character along.
A game (some might call it an interactive experience) using only the scroll wheel on your mouse, where you most rotate various things to achieve goals be they time, conveyor belt, barrels, or windmills.
Yet another storybook in the same vein as Storyteller.
Another short story-telling adventure in line with Storyteller.
A very simple three-panel game where you tell a story.
This isn’t Super Meat Boy, this is regular Meat Boy, the games are quite similar, one was polished to a high-gloss for mass-consumption, the other a prototype. Both are completely worth it.
Explore distant planets by swinging from butt-to-butt (then asteroid-to-asteroid) and solve puzzles. Quite simple, and beautiful.
More of the same of Music Catch, some more levels and options make it a quality game.
“Catch” music from a (I think, depressing) song, with yellow multipliers, purple power-ups and red punishment.
Stop “creeps” from crossing your screen.
Solve a few mini-games with the space-bar and cursor keys.
More Click Play & Click Play 2.
More minigames to find more “play” buttons. More Click Play and and worth it.
Like One Button Bob where you click your mouse to perform an action, the trouble is each screen has the mouse-click attached to a different action.
A lot like Click Play, but considerably harder.
Shows you shapes & letters through a slit of paper, and you have to guess what they are. Quite perplexing.
Several mini-games rolled into one where you must find the “play” button to continue to the next level.
Arrange several connected lines so they don’t overlap. Or, according to the designer: “Arrange the vertices such that no edges overlap”.
Several hexagons which need to be connected to a specific number of other tiles, your job is to satisfy their needs.
A lot like Hexiom, though instead of satisfying the number of connected tiles you must line up colored pipes running through the tiles.
Take on the role of a fox aiding his owner in a short adventure through the mountains.
Only one level but dozens of stages.
More of a toy: there are wind turbines, and you get to blow them around the screen. Sounds boring-I had a blast.
Ten tries to cooperate with yourself as you try to climb 16 floors of a building.
The classic that’s been around for ages. In it you design a track for a guy and his sled to travel along. Some people take it very seriously.
First-person remake of pong.
Similar to pong, but for only one player, and a lot of balls.
Click your mouse to perform an action, the trouble is each screen has the mouse-click attached to a different action.
A cute game where a cat is trying to escape a box and you have to block it from escaping.
Shoot your opponent before they shoot you. Games are quick, and fun.
Extend an inter-weaving string as far as you can without returning to the center, or the outside walls.