The Company of Myself - A moody little puzzle game about a hermit and his everyday problems. Use the W,A,S,D keys to move, press on the R key to restart your current level and Space to create a new version of yourself.
Gridz - Piecing together these puzzling connections is sure to cause a surge of Grid glyph addiction. Click the right or left side of a glyph to rotate it in that direction. Glyphs can only be rotated when they are connected to a power source. The goal of the game is to connect every glyph to a power source without leaving any glyph pathways unconnected. While one glyph may sometimes have both blue and pink power running through it, these two color streams must never cross, or it will cause a power surge.
Copy Cat: A Painter 's Puzzle - Trade your mouse for a paintbrush in this palette-pleasing puzzler. The goal of the game is to copy the given image for each level onto a canvas. Drag stencils from the right panel to the left canvas, then click a glob of paint. Paint will go everywhere on the canvas except where you've placed stencils.
Hexiom Connect - Hexiom is back, with a new twist! Rearrange the tiles to light up all the color coded connections. Drag tiles by clicking the mouse. You can keep track of which tiles you think are in their correct positions by Shift-Clicking them.
Traffic Trouble - More cars mean more traffic lights. But who is controlling those lights? Flip-n-Tale has made a funny traffic game that will put this trusty job into your hands. Control the traffic anyway you like, but remember, car drivers can be very impatient! Use your mouse cursor to click on the traffic lights.
Stoneium - The goal is to remove all the stones on each level by connecting stones of the same color. Each level consists of a number of stones connected together on a chequered board, using the mouse to move the stones you can match up the different colors. If you connect two or more stones, they will disappear and the surrounding stones will move in to fill the gaps.
Paradoxion Express - Each level is a logic puzzle. Your goal is to clear the game board using your inventory contents. Pick elements from inventory one by one and place them on the gameboard cells. To clear elements from the game board you need to arrange them in different combinations. For example, simple Orbs will explode in lines of 3. When elements explode, other nearby elements may shift to neighboring cells, thus setting off a new explosion. Use this behavior to organize chain reactions.
In Phytrix, you maneuver blocks so that three or more pieces of the same color are adjacent to each other. But there's a twist: The blocks obey the laws of physics. You need to plan quickly yet carefully where to put them to reach the many different level goals!
Bubble Guinea Pop - Insane physics game featuring Guinea Pigs and Bubble Gum. The aim is to use the snake to throw the Guinea Pigs near the other animals that are in trouble or trapped. Once the Guineas land, they will explode the bubble gum and free the other animals! Use the mouse button to control when the Snake releases the Guinea Pigs. Make sure the Guineas land as close as possible to the other animals to ensure the bubble gum explodes next to them and frees them.
Afflux is a unique wind-based puzzle game with a creepy horror theme. 44 levels and over a dozen achievements to earn. Choose shapes by clicking the blue button on the top right. Use these shapes to guide the wind so that the plant fluffs are directed into a pot where they can grow. When you think you have all of your shapes aligned perfectly, click the green 'play' button at the top left.
Demolition City 2 - Demolish buildings all over the world. Strategically place different explosives on a building or tower and take it down under the goal line. Watch out for falling debris causing too much damage to the surrounding environment. Use the mouse to place explosives on a building and press boom to watch them explode. Game Hot Keys: "r" is Reset. SPACE is Boom.