In ways this game reminds me of Tetris but the pieces always remain. The idea is to punch all the enemies so they become stepping stones so you can asend higher - all the way to Heaven!
Well look, someone was ambitious enough to remake Alone in the dark for the Pico-8. Well done! If you liked the original then click here!.
In this turn based roguelike game your character can do all sorts of cool stuff like push enemies into lava pits or into sharp corners, use a hook (hence the name of the game) to drag people to their doom, jump around the screen or throw the shield around. Reminds me of Hoplite a lot, which is a good thing :).
The game was originall called Hook & Shield and was entered at 7DRL compo back in 2016, in case you're wondering about the title.
First of all, this game gets an automatic thumbs up because the author mentions the Atari ST in the game's description :). The game itself is inspired from games like St Dragon and dragon breed. The small twist here is that one side of the dragons tail fires and the other side blocks attacks. So you have to use both sides at the correct time to your advantage. Very nice!
Well here it is, the reason I fell in love with Rick and Morty! Actually I played this game prior to watching the show and although it's not 100% indicative of what the main series is like, it does have some of the series' off-beat humour. Give it a try!
A weird mixture of a game, it blends roguelike RPG cralwer (but you can't control the main character), turn based (although everything moves automatically) and cookie clicker (you tap the enemies to drain their life points in cooperation with your heroes)! Bizzarely it works great! (Android version, iOS version)
Very cute platform game dealing with limited visibility inside dark caverns. Nothing original but plays nice and the level design is well thought out :).
As usual from the author a very clever and thought out puzzle game, dealing with boxes that punch you if you face their lids. Very interesting implications from such a simple rule set!
If you know the theory behind Newton's balls then this will be a walk in the park for you. Maybe. (mwuhahahahaaaa!)
Yay, a pyjama party! Grab all your animal friends and let's have a nice party! Such a nice atmosphere in this one!
It's an adventure game. It's got nice graphics, mostly logical puzzles, witty dialogue, nice audio, and it's free? How did that happen? Kudos to the developers!
Very clever and fiendish puzzle game. The goal is to fill the screen with blocks but each block must follow certain rules of length and size. Very nice!
A puzzle game in which you have to build cities by following some simple rules. It gets complicated fast. Great underlying story there, it really added to the game!
Run on the sentence, pick up the words you might find valuable in order to progress and escape!
Ohnoes! Your partner was poisoned and only you can only heal him by collecting 5 potions. But there's a catch - every time you collect one (from as many caverns), time starts to reverse so you have to retrace your steps back to the beginning of the level in order for the time continuum to not break! Takes a little time to finish but it's fun :).
Oh my, what a beautiful thing this is! It's nothing new or original, just try to make the whole screen the same colour by using a fill brush and limited turns. But how beautiful it animates! And the music is very relaxing which goes well with the moving dots! Recommended!
Hey, everyone remember Windosill? (What? You don't? The naughty corner for you!) Its authors are back with a new brilliant flash ummm thing that teaches kids the alphabet. If only this was used at schools :). Hint: if you just want a sampler of the full product just click at the top of the page for a demo!
Give a maniac a clone gun and what's he going to do? Why, make clones and shoot them in order to progress inside a testing facility, that's what! Play it!.
When I was a very young lad (can't have been more than 4 years old), I once had this enormous bundle of rope that was very tangled. Everyone said to leave it and we'd go get some new and left me on my room for a while (it was for flying a kite for what it's worth!). But I thought it was a waste and having nothing better to do I sat down and untangled every little knot there was, so lo and behold: after half an hour (possibly, I wasn't counting!) I presented everyone with the fully untangled rope! If you're as stubborn as me, here's a game that recreates that experience :).
More autorunning one-button madness! It's not very different from the original if you omit the curved walls and things but the core gameplay is good like the original so if you missed some extra levels then dive straight in!