April 16, 2014

The Earl Octopusor

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 16, 2014 03:00 PM

Platform: Flash — The Earl Octopusor Miss Libellule has faced the Queen of Snakes, but now she's in for a watery challenge when a desperate note takes her deep under the sea in the search for two star-crossed lovers and a pile of treasure in this point-and-click adventure. Tagged as: adventure, browser, flash, free, game, jo99, kronsilds, linux, mac, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-y, windows

Mummies Escape

From Jay is Games

by Lori.h on April 16, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Flash — Mummies Escape Play as Tom Jones, one of the greatest explores who was only just a head, as well as his rag tag group of friends to help undo the curse you released. Dodge blow darts, spikes, and more to collect the jewels in this physics game, before pushing the mummies back into eternal rest. Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, ios, ipad, iphone, ipodtouch, linux, mac, mdemonte, mobile, physics, rating-g, skill, tablet, timing, windows

Some Announcements: Trailer, Greenlight & Fulltime Indie

From Gambrinous Blog

by Colm on April 16, 2014 09:18 AM

The last week has been an important one for me. I've given up my job and become a fulltime indie game developer, I've released the first trailer for Guild of Dungeoneering and launched the game on Steam Greenlight.

Independent of being paid, that is!

Independent of being paid, that is!

Indie can be hard to define and is definitely a bit too overloaded these days, but it explains quite well what I'm trying to do. I'll be mostly working by myself making games. I like to compare myself to a writer who has decided to give up the day job and focus entirely on finishing that first novel.

A wild TRAILER appeared!

So this has been in the works for a couple of months. Fred (who is doing all the art for Guild of Dungeoneering) came up with the script, the jokes, did all the animation, picked the music and even did the voiceover for it!! Talented fellow! Have a look yourself:

We released this last Wednesday at the same time as a big press blitz I coordinated which has led to quite a few people writing about us, which is fantastic! I'll write up a longer post about the experience later on.

For Your Consideration

We also launched on Steam Greenlight at the same time, to try and maximise any press exposure we got for the trailer and convert as much of it as possible into Greenlight votes and attention.

Have YOU voted yet?

So far this is going well, though not quite the rocketship to the top I was hoping for. As of this writing we are 42% of the way to the top 100 with 2,910 yes votes. Sadly a massive proportion of visits to the page has been from within Greenlight itself, so despite getting some big numbers to the main game page in the last few days they haven't quite translated into Greenlight traffic. That said, I'm sure anyone who's looking at the game page and clicks through to greenlight is pretty likely to throw down a yes vote.

I do have some more ideas to get extra traffic onto greenlight so more on that when it's ready. I'll also write up a much longer post on the whole experience once we're through. Oh and if you've voted for the game - Thanks! It's really appreciated!

Weekday Escape N°19

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by elle on April 16, 2014 04:00 AM

Weekday Escape N°19 Games featured this week: Escape from the Room with Public Phones; Candy Rooms No.7: Carmine Pop; Yana Escape — Are you bored? When you look around the room you're in, are you tired of the same old look? Time for a new design and a fresh way of looking at things, then. Escape from those worn out interiors and let Hottategoya inspire you to be a minimalist, get groovy with FunkyLand, or relax in pleasant pastels with Kamokichi, our three featured designers in this week's Weekday Escape! Tagged as: blog, browser, escape, funkyland, game, hottategoya, kamokichi, weekday-escape

April 15, 2014

Featured Tank #47

From Hero Interactive

by Eric on April 15, 2014 10:46 PM

Today’s Featured Tank is the Apocalypse


Name:  Apocalypse
By:  rebelgunz
Tank ID:  E10005136

(Know of some awesome tanks you want me to show off? Post the code in the comments!)


Recent Portal Additions:


From Jay is Games

by dsrtrosy1 on April 15, 2014 06:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Sphear The first thing every general needs to know to defend their planet is strategy. Also, a good grasp of physics, mathematics, and... pool! Pick your angle and take a shot to defend the world against evil space invaders in this clever game! Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, math, physics, pool, potatoonthetable, rating-g, scifi, strategy

Escape from the Round Room

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 15, 2014 05:30 PM

Platform: Flash — Escape from the Round Room A well-deserved weekend getaway doesn't end when you expect it to, when you find yourself locked inside the newest escape game by Tesshi-e, where puzzles and clues both logical and obscure are the best amenities you can find in this little lodge. Tagged as: browser, escape, flash, free, game, linux, mac, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g, tesshi-e, windows

Dead Zed 2

From Jay is Games

by Johnny123 on April 15, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Dead Zed 2 Pick up your gun and stand against oncoming waves on zombies in this realistic shooter, then manage your group of survivors to scavenge and help defend in between, holding out as long as you can! Tagged as: 3kggames, action, browser, flash, free, game, horror, mac, rating-o, shooter, simulation, survival, windows, zombies

Where Is My Beard?

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by kimberlyfelix on April 15, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Where Is My Beard? Feeling beardless? Spread some bearded love in this humorous physics puzzle game. Arrange blocks so that after you hit play, they'll all be touched by another shape that has some facial hair, thus spreading happiness throughout the land. Because everyone wants a beard. Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, keenblaze, linux, mac, physics, puzzle, rating-g, windows

April 14, 2014

North Wind: Trill of Consciousness

From Jay is Games

by JohnB on April 14, 2014 10:00 PM

Platform: iPad — North Wind: Trill of Consciousness North Wind: Trill of Consciousness by Henry Gosuen is a creative take on the platform exploration genre. You control the tiny hero named Dir who moves through a blocky world of spikes and obstacles and maze-like puzzles. Instead of scrolling levels that keep pace with the protagonist, though, you do all the swiping yourself from a stationary point of view. It's a bit like Office Rush, Rooms or Continuity, only with a decidedly sweeter metroidvania feel. Tagged as: action, adventure, game, hgosuen, ios, ipad, metroidvania, microtransactions, mobile, platform, rating-y, tablet

Fishy Waters

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 14, 2014 06:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Fishy Waters When her father is swallowed whole by the kraken, our heroine vows to get him back in this cute but simple arcade style fishing simulator! Travel the seas, catching different fish and selling them for the upgrades you need to take you farther. Tagged as: action, arcade, browser, fishing, flash, free, fvdommelen, game, ivdijk, jvleeuwen, linux, mac, rating-g, simpleidea, simulation, upgrades, windows

Together Alone: Love in Limbo

From Jay is Games

by elle on April 14, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Together Alone: Love in Limbo What started out as a simpler, shorter puzzle game with a sweet love story has been revised into a more substantial—and snarkier—endeavor for fans and newcomers alike. Help Ben and Isabelle navigate through limbo in more than 75 levels of diverse and complex tile-removing puzzles. Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, grosengarten, jniestadt, linux, mac, narrative, puzzle, qwokgames, rating-y, windows

Picross Madness

From Jay is Games

by starchild on April 14, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Picross Madness Rejoice, picross aficionados! Picross Madness brings you a whopping 620 levels of all shapes and sizes! Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, linux, logic, mac, mdeak, picross, puzzle, rating-g, windows

Can You Escape - Tower

From Jay is Games

by JohnB on April 14, 2014 06:00 AM

Platform: iOS, Android — Can You Escape - Tower Can You Escape - Tower is a short point-and-click mobile room escape game created by MobiGrow. In what should be a familiar set-up, you find yourself trapped in a series of rooms with exits that are locked, barred, concealed or otherwise inaccessible. Your job is to get out, or throw your phone across the room trying! What sets Can You Escape - Tower apart is its striking sense of adventure. You're not just escaping, you're making an epic dash to freedom through a rendered fantasy world! Tagged as: android, escape, game, ios, ipad, iphone, kindle, mobigrow, mobile, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-y, tablet

April 13, 2014

Pink Hour (Studio Pixel)

From Jay is Games

by JohnB on April 13, 2014 07:00 PM

Platform: Windows — Pink Hour (Studio Pixel) There are only two words you need to see before downloading this game: Studio Pixel. The creator of Cave Story has been hard at work on the upcoming sidescrolling platformer Kero Blaster, but in the meantime, we get a free game! Pink Hour serves as a small taster for next month's big release, stuffing plenty of shooting, pixel-perfect jumps, and painfully high level of difficulty into its cute little package. Tagged as: action, download, free, game, highdifficulty, indie, platform, playism, rating-y, shooting, studiopixel, windows

Cyberpunk 3776

From Jay is Games

by Johnny123 on April 13, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Unity — Cyberpunk 3776 Your fight may be futile, but that's no reason not to give it all you have! In this dystopian sci-fi shooter, you're the last man standing against the alien invaders, and you won't go out peacefully... how many can you take with you before you go down in flames? Tagged as: action, browser, free, game, mac, phann, rating-y, scifi, shooter, sidescroller, unity, windows

Please Remain Calm

From Jay is Games

by joelybean on April 13, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Please Remain Calm Do you love that old-school feeling of collecting coins? How about navigating precarious platforms and ledges to reach the exit door? Escape various baddies, maze-like environments and an expanding black hole of doom in this energetic and demanding retro platformer. Tagged as: action, browser, ctincknell, flash, free, game, linux, mac, platform, rating-g, retro, shooter, windows

Cat Game

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 13, 2014 10:00 AM

Platform: Windows — Cat Game When your beloved cat Toby goes missing, you scour the town for him, but little do you suspect you're about to take a strange trip and find out the stranger truth behind cats in this short but cute freeware adventure game. Tagged as: adventure, amitie, download, free, game, halcy, indie, puzzle, rating-y, windows

April 12, 2014

Fix My Car - Custom Mods

From Jay is Games

by JohnB on April 12, 2014 09:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Android — Fix My Car - Custom Mods FireRabbit is back with another car-themed point-and-click puzzle game! Fix My Car - Custom Mods takes the hidden object / room escape hybrid formula from the original Fix My Car and gives it a shiny new coat of acrylic urethane paint. This time, instead of fixing the old clunker you're replacing the old parts with shiny new ones. If only sprucing up the old rustbox was half as straightforward in real life! Tagged as: android, escape, firerabbit, fixmycar, free, game, hiddenobject, ios, ipad, iphone, kindle, mobile, nook, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g, tablet

My Little Investigations: True Blue Scootaloo

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 12, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Mac, Windows, Linux — My Little Investigations: True Blue Scootaloo My Little P.I., My Little P.I., aaa-aa-aaa-aaaaaaahhhh... when Rarity's precious gem is stolen and the only suspect is one tiny Pegasus, it's up to Twilight Sparkle to solve the mystery in this gorgeous free Ace Attorney-styled visual novel adventure based on My Little Pony! Tagged as: adventure, download, equestriandreamers, free, game, indie, linux, mac, mylittlepony, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g, visualnovel, windows

April 11, 2014

Surface: Reel Life

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 11, 2014 10:00 PM

Platform: Mac, Windows — Surface: Reel Life When you receive a frantic phone call from your sister that your niece has gone missing, you think you must have misheard her... after all, your niece's dead fiancee appearing out of a movie and carting her back through the screen is impossible... right? Find the truth in this hidden-object adventure! Tagged as: adventure, affiliate, bigfish, casual, demo, download, elephantgames, game, hiddenobject, mac, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-y, windows

New Game Feed For Ex-Mochi Games on FlashGameDistribution

From FlashGameLicense Blog

by Chris on April 11, 2014 05:23 PM

If you run a Flash game portal and you were hosting games from MochiMedia, or running MochiAds or Live Updates, then you are probably looking for a way to replace those games. Good news! You can easily find working versions, or replacements of these games on FlashGameDistribution.com.

FGD has a dedicated feed for portal owners who are looking to replace their Mochi games. You can access this feed at FGD’s feed page. Here you can access the whole database of games we have on our system, currently weighing in at 26,000+ games. And you can tailor your feed as you see fit, either targeting ex-mochi games specifically, recent games, top games, or even get a feed of our entire database. If you have an account on FGL, just login with the same credentials, if you don’t, register on FGL and you’ll be able to login to FGD and access the feed.

The easiest way to add our games to your website is to use our php feed. Including your desired php feed will allow you to add the list of games into an array directly into the variable $fgd_games. Putting the following line (below) in your php script will allow you to embed the games directly into your page, and then you can do whatever you want with the included array (like adding your games to your database!).


If you have any troubles, feel free to leave us feedback, or add a post in our FGD forums.

If you are looking for high scores and achievements check out GamerSafe and our Data Bridge. With the Mochi API now gone, many users of their Flash APIs have been signing up for GamerSafe. The GamerSafe Data Bridge allows games that integrate our GamerSafe scoreboards and achievements to pass that player activity data to your portals. You can find out more about how the Data Bridge works on the GamerSafe website. Please contact Steve (steve@fgl.com) if you have any questions about GamerSafe or the Data Bridge.

Also, if you register your portal with GamerSafe we share 10% of the gross earnings of all in-game purchases on your portal.

Also remember, if you are interested in mobile, we have a number of great offerings:

- Mobile Platform – FGL can help you find and publish native game apps to multiple app marketplaces. We also help you monetize by providing tools for handling cross promotion, ads, and much more. If you are interested in our Mobile Platform please contact Adam (adam@fgl.com)

- HTML5 games – FGL has been receiving hundreds of HTML5 games over the last few months. If you are interested in licensing HTML5 games please contact Matt (matt@fgl.com)

- HTML5 Portal in a Box – If you run a portal, the chances are that you are getting traffic from mobile devices. FGL has an easy solution for engaging and monetizing that mobile traffic. We are currently looking to work with a few interested portals for early access into this system. If you are interested, please contact Chris (chris@fgl.com)

White Door Room Escape

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by freezairmsilvereye on April 11, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — White Door Room Escape Another day, another room to find yourself inexplicably locked within. Clever puzzles await you within the mysterious room with the white door, and you'll need to find the three wooden tokens to escape this time! Tagged as: browser, escape, flash, free, game, linux, mac, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g, windows, yominokagura

It's Friday, again ? So soon ?

From Gaming Your Way

at April 11, 2014 01:34 PM

As a quick follow up to the last post where I was trying to fix the tiny slow down in the game I had a bit of a break through. Reducing the size of my pooled objects made a really large difference ( I was just pre-pooling too many items, mainly as a safety net ).

With those pools reduced it's a lot smoother now, which I'm pleased about.

Set up a twitter account for the game ( @DN8Pulse ) , as I think it's going to be an easy way to get quick feedback from players.

And to hopefully finish off the twitter / social stuff I've added a "Tweet your score" option to the game over screen. I thought rather than just a bland text tweet a custom image may be cool, and that's what you can see above there.
( It's all done using Movieclips and Sprites in Flash, so didn't take a fraction of the time to have done it in Starling, and it's just so nice being able to layer and position things in an IDE ).

I've just finished the Orbs power-ups, these are two droids that spin around your ship blocking baddie bullets. If a bullet hits one rather than just being destroyed, it's rebounded back at the baddies, which should hopefully be slightly more than a nice touch.

A bit of a slow week really, more focused on the fluff rather than getting levels and baddies in there. There's still more to do than I'd hoped for, it should be coming to a close now.



From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 11, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Javascript — Untrusted You're trapped, with only your wits and a computer to help you! Fortunately, that's more than enough, IF you have the knowledge to code your way out of this incredibly sneaky and clever JavaScript puzzle game, where the solution lies in the source... and what you make of it. Tagged as: adventure, anisnevich, browser, coding, free, game, gshuflin, javascript, linux, logic, mac, puzzle, rating-g, windows

Featured Tank #46

From Hero Interactive

by Eric on April 11, 2014 10:08 AM

I come across SO many crab tanks on the server, and I love it. I’m tempted to set up a separate page just for featured crab tanks, as this is the second one I’ve featured.

In fact, the more I think about that, the more like a great idea it sounds. Hmm..

Today’s Featured Tank is the Crabopoculeps


Name:  Crabopoculeps
By:  Nik 90ko
Tank ID:  E10010527

(Know of some awesome tanks you want me to show off? Post the code in the comments!)


Recent Portal Additions:

Link Dump Friday N° 367

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 11, 2014 04:00 AM

Link Dump Friday N° 367 Games featured this week: Awesome Mushroom Hunter; Cover Me; Edgar's Dream; Assasseed's Crin — It's Friday, and you know what that means. Creepy redhead ghosts doing some navel gazing. Bashing killer robots when all you want to do is round up some mushrooms. Staggering in bewilderment through an unsettling landscape of pianos and applause. Awwww yeah, now we're cookin'. Tagged as: blog, browser, cmadelon, emittercritter, linkdump

April 10, 2014

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 10, 2014 10:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Android — Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Peter's town is destroyed, and it's totally not his fault! Blame the giant chicken. But whatever the reason, it's up to you to rebuild it, unlocking tons of characters, items, and hilarious animations along the way. Just keep one hand on your wallet, because this game has its eye on it. Tagged as: android, free, game, ios, ipad, iphone, ipodtouch, microtransactions, mobile, rating-r, simulation, tinyco

Cover Orange Journey: Pirates

From Jay is Games

by kimberlyfelix on April 10, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Android, Flash — Cover Orange Journey: Pirates Join your favorite oranges you wouldn't want to eat into a tropical pirate adventure. In this physics puzzler favorite, you've again got to figure out how to tuck the fruit away from exceptionally sharp rain drops by dropping and exploding various objects around each level. Tagged as: android, browser, coverorange, flash, free, game, ipad, iphone, ipodtouch, johnnyk, linux, mac, mobile, physics, puzzle, rating-g, tablet, vladg, windows

How Dare You

From Jay is Games

by Lori.h on April 10, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — How Dare You It's time for revenge in this launch game. Run, fly, and jump through three different areas to take out the evil gold fish who disrupted your peace of mind. You play a... half goat half man monk who is just looking for some good old eternal peace when a cruel...cyborg fish does the unthinkable and all that is left for you to do is get cold blooded revenge! Tagged as: action, flash, free, game, launch, linux, mac, rating-y, theshpufa, upgrades, windows

April 09, 2014


From Jay is Games

by JohnB on April 09, 2014 11:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Mac, Windows — David David is a game, an arcade game, and David is a very unusual game. Our little polygon hero finds himself in a world of abstract shapes and giant evil beasts that are out to eviscerate him one angle at a time. His only powers are the ability to run away like a little yellow belly and fire slingshot-like blasts at his foes. Sometimes he feels powerful, sometimes victorious, but there's always nagging feelings of helplessness and hopelessness in this dangerous world that just wants David to go away. Tagged as: abstract, arcade, download, fermenter, game, indie, ios, ipad, iphone, mac, mobile, rating-y, surreal, tablet, windows

Night Lights: After Dark

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 09, 2014 06:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Night Lights: After Dark They say everything is better with a friend, so the sequel to the original shadowy puzzle platformer has started up the buddy system. Using light to reveal or banish walls and hazards, you must make your way to the exit in each level, turning on light to lure your newfound companion to press switches and more for you. Tagged as: bombocracker, browser, flash, free, game, linux, mac, platform, puzzle, rating-g, windows

Castle Keeper

From Jay is Games

by Satori on April 09, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Castle Keeper As the last surviving apprentice tasked with the simple job of cleaning up the castle library, it seems you've accidentally dropped the Dark Grimoires of Sorth to the ground and now all the banished creatures have escaped. Oops! Hey, when a Denny's waiter so much as drops a plate they're "Now Hiring!" so this loosing-magickal-monstrosities-upon-the-earth business is something you should definitely sort out immediately if not sooner. Tagged as: browser, flash, free, game, linux, mac, paperclipstudios, puzzle, rating-y, slidingpuzzle, turn-based, windows

Featured Tank #45

From Hero Interactive

by Eric on April 09, 2014 03:46 PM

Today’s Featured Tank is the Magihealer


Name:  Magihealer
By:  Gamer32x
Tank ID:  E10096231

(Know of some awesome tanks you want me to show off? Post the code in the comments!)


Recent Portal Additions:

Cargo Shipment San Franciso

From Jay is Games

by Lori.h on April 09, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Cargo Shipment San Franciso San Fransico has a new shipment company and you're the head of it. Your trucks don't stop so build your warehouses quick along the road to send your workers running to fill them full of cargo and earn you big bucks. Tagged as: browser, dynergygames, flash, free, game, linux, mac, rated-g, strategy, towerdefense, upgrades, windows

Weekday Escape N°18

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 09, 2014 04:00 AM

Weekday Escape N°18 Games featured this week: Escape from the Coffee Shop 4; Magic and Cat Escape; Find the Escape-Men 95: The Room With No Door — What better way to get over the drudgery of your Wednesday than by filling it up with some of the finest weird escape games around? With Minoto, no1game, and Neat Escape, you know you're in for some of the best possible strangeness the internet has to offer. Tagged as: blog, browser, escape, minoto, neatescape, no1game, weekday-escape

Wizard Wizard

From Jay is Games

by joelybean on April 09, 2014 12:00 AM

Platform: Mac, Windows — Wizard Wizard The best wizard around may not know much actual magic, but he does have a fabulous double jump. Navigate treacherous landscapes and save the princess in this free, highly polished platformer for Windows and Mac. Tagged as: action, crateboy, desura, download, free, game, highdifficulty, indie, mac, platform, rating-o, retro, windows

April 08, 2014

Cardinal Quest 2

From Jay is Games

by dsrtrosy1 on April 08, 2014 10:00 PM

Platform: iOS — Cardinal Quest 2 Ready to die just a little bit more? Then you're ready for Cardinal Quest 2, the turn-based roguelike sequel to 2012's Cardinal Quest, brought to you by randomnine (maker of Fear is Vigilance and a consultant on the original Cardinal Quest game). You'll recognize the great pixel art and the procedurally generated maps of the first game, and appreciate the new complexity. Tagged as: free, game, ios, ipad, iphone, mobile, randomnine, rating-y, roguelike, rpg, strategy, tablet, turnbased

Shape Shifter

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 08, 2014 08:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Shape Shifter When a witch crashes a party, she curses three animal friends into sharing the same body, and now it's up to you to swap between them, accessing their unique abilities, to deal with enemies, solve puzzles, and gather stars in this easy but charming little game. Tagged as: action, browser, flash, flashteam, free, game, linux, mac, platform, puzzle, rating-g, windows

GemCraft Chasing Shadows FAQ

From Armor Games Blog

by Ferret on April 08, 2014 05:31 PM

Due to the same questions being asked on the GemCraft Chasing Shadows page, we’ve created this FAQ to cover some of the common ones and their answers, as well as directing people to where they can get help. Here is the list we’re going to cover…


The game isn’t loading. How do I fix it? (Linux)

The last version of Flash released for Linux is 11.2 and GCS requires a version of 11.7. Currently there is no planned fix for this as the game uses modern Flash functionality, but there are two workarounds that have been found:

  • Use Chrome (Note: this doesn’t mean Chromium).
  • Set up a virtual windows box on your Linux computer.


The game isn’t loading. How do I fix it? (OSX/Windows)

Several updates have gone into place that have fixed most of these issues. If you are unable to load the game please try the following before reaching out for help.

  • Disable all add-ons, blockers or firewalls.
  • Reboot your machine.
  • Log out of Armor Games, and log back in.
  • Try using a “Privacy” or “Incognito” window.
  • Ensure that you have Flash 11.7 or higher.

Note that any browser that is unable to run Flash 11.7 will be unable to load this game, so also check to make sure that your version of Flash is up to date. If you’re still having issues you may contact me directly at Ferret@ArmorGames.com.


Can’t buy game content, help?

First, make sure you are using “Online Save” and not “Local Save”.

We suggest disabling all add-ons, pop-up blockers, and firewalls if the purchasing system doesn’t work for you. We apologize that in rare cases our purchasing system doesn’t work in certain countries, but currently it’s the only one we have available. 

If you’re having trouble purchasing game content, please contact our support team.


Saved game is missing! Where is it?

It’s very important that you don’t create a NEW save game over where your old one was, if you do this it will overwrite your previous game even if it isn’t visible. Please log out of Armor Games, then log back into your account – 95% of the time this will fix the problem. If that doesn’t work, we suggest you reboot your machine.

If you used Local Save, it’s possible that clearing cache/cookies or your security programs  may have deleted your game, and there is nothing we can do to help.


Can’t login to Armor Games, what do I do?

If you’re unable to login to Armor Games, please make sure that your account is e-mail verified. If still having issues, contact me at Ferret@ArmorGames.com.


Trouble with a Quest in the game, where do I go?

You can check out our Forum Thread to talk about Quests in the game.


Recent things fixed in the game?

Recent bug fixes and features can be found in bottom right corner of the title screen.


Found a bug in the game, how do I report it?

Please post your bug below. Please be sure to include you current Operating System, Browser Version, Game Version (Main menu of the game) and a Detailed Description of how we can replicate the bug. Thanks for letting us know! :)


Spring Morning

From Jay is Games

by SonicLover on April 08, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Spring Morning Tomatea is a developer that respects the time of year with their escape games, so it should be no surprise that as winter turns to spring, Spring Morning graces our computer screens. Navigate by mouse, keep an eye out for the glowing cursor, and hopefully eventually leave the room and greet the beautiful spring weather outdoors. Unless you're allergic to pollen. Tagged as: browser, escape, flash, free, game, linux, mac, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g, tomatea, windows

Loot Heroes Flash Game Review

From FlashMush

by noreply@blogger.com (Robbie Clark) on April 08, 2014 02:30 PM

Link: Loot Heroes
Developed by Vitaly
Sponsored by A10
Genre: RPG/Action
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 8/10

Roguelikes/dungeon crawlers are probably my favorite genre as of now, I just absolutely love them. So when I saw that Vitaly (of the Endless War franchise) put out one called Loot Heroes I had to check it out. What I got was actually pretty good although it does need some rough edges ironed out.

First the good. Graphically Loot Heroes is pretty well done and there is tons of detail put into the characters themselves. With that being said there is also a great deal of variety in playable characters (and you earn more as you play), enemies and items (it isn't called Loot Heroes for no reason). Gameplay is simple click to move and click to select a specific enemy to attack although you also attack automatically. In typical dungeon crawler fashion you move from level to level defeating enemies and collecting better and better loot. Sounds great and Loot Heroes does a pretty good job at it.

However I do have some slight issues with it all. It is fairly repetitive due to the relatively uninspired enemies that just do the same types of attacks. There are tons of different characters to play as with different powers/attributes that adds nonrepetitive factors. I also found the controls to be rather clunky and could be smoothed out as could the general interface. I also think it would be nice to add more detail in terms of the RPG. As of now you can have a weapon, a ring and a necklace. More detail would be amazing although I suppose the simplicity is on purpose. Overall, Loot Heroes is a pretty fun game to waste some hours on.

The Last Ninja From Another Planet

From Jay is Games

by freezairmsilvereye on April 08, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Flash — The Last Ninja From Another Planet Mutants have overrun the universe, and it's up to the galaxy's last ninja to travel back in time to take them all down. Leap from wall-to-wall to take them down in this puzzler, but watch where you land! Tagged as: browser, dawidhayaka, flash, free, game, linux, mac, puzzle, rating-o, simpleidea, win

April 07, 2014

Featured Tank #44

From Hero Interactive

by Eric on April 07, 2014 07:02 PM

Today’s Featured Tank is SHADOWFOXY


Tank ID:  E10002441

(Know of some awesome tanks you want me to show off? Post the code in the comments!)


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From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 07, 2014 06:00 PM

Platform: Flash — Repeat Repeat might LOOK simple. And, well... it is. But this puzzle game's minimalistic aesthetic hides some deceptively challenging levels as you plot and plan paths to collect all the golden squares, using limited instructions that run on a loop. Tagged as: amidos, browser, flash, free, game, linux, mac, puzzle, rating-g, retro, simpleidea, windows

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From Gaming Your Way

at April 07, 2014 05:55 PM

On the weekend if I'm working I like to count it as "Treat days", where I get to dick around with things I don't really have time for.

This weekend I updated the skybox to a much nicer collection of 1024x1024 textures and to celebrate I added some parallax stars.

The stars had to be away3D sprites as they needed to go behind the planets ( That took ages, 3D positioning isn't my strong suit ).

It looks lovely with a 100 stars, really nice and subtle, but as ever the iPad isn't going to cope with that. When I was testing though I did notice a one frame hold up when a baddie was killed ( The new stars actually really helped with the testing of this, I could see them jitter, which is something which I was missing with just the planets / skybox in there ).
Today has been spent trying to optimise things to avoid that judder. It was a case of removing every element of the explosion until I found the bottle neck, which it turned out are the particles.

So I've removed one of the explosions ( Down to 3 from 4 ), capped their max size as they grow in size depending on the beat of the music, reduced the number of particles which are belched out and done some loop unrolling in Starling itself.

A couple of things I noticed, with the particles I could pre-calc pretty much everything, their speed / rotation / speed and store all those values in Vectors in the constructor so their actual movement / scaling is just a case of getting values from a Vector, which helped. The code per particle is really cut down now.

Also with my alteration in Starling to keep the visible / invisible display objects in their own Vectors ( More here ) I found that there could be really large loops due to the number of children in the game, so I've unrolled some loops there. I think I need to do some more work though, as triggering 34 particles at once means a lot of looping to move the sprite from the hidden to visible Vector. There's got to be a smarter way to do that.

All these amends still haven't got rid of the tiny judder, I don't think it's going to be possible and I'm not that gutted about it, I'm developing on the slowest on the market iPad ( 3 ), and I added an additional check that if there are more than 20 particles running at once then I hide these new sexy parallax stars. It may sound nasty, but they're really tiny and it gives the impression that they're blinking ( Also if there are explosions kicking off on screen you're not going to notice anyway ).

Have I go time to mention retro mode ? No, ok, let's save that for now then.



From Jay is Games

by SonicLover on April 07, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: iOS, Android, Flash — Cavesweeper It advertises itself as a mix between Minesweeper and a roguelike dungeon crawler, but Quikding's Cavesweeper isn't quite either... it's something all its own. In it, you're tasked with exploring a single, linear cave, equipping weapons and armor you find within, collecting gold to spend on various goodies, completing various quests, and slaying all sorts of monsters. Tagged as: android, browser, flash, free, game, hybrid, ios, ipad, iphone, linux, mac, minesweeper, mobile, puzzle, quikding, rating-y, roguelike, rpg, strategy, windows

Electric Tortoise

From Jay is Games

by Johnny123 on April 07, 2014 01:00 PM

Platform: Unity — Electric Tortoise Short but stylish and effective, this narrative-based bit of interactive art takes cues from classics like I, Robot as you interrogate a robot suspected of murder... even though he doesn't exactly see it that way. Tagged as: browser, drogers, free, game, interactiveart, interactivefiction, mac, narrative, rating-y, scifi, unity, windows

Epic Boss Fighter Flash Game Review

From FlashMush

by noreply@blogger.com (Robbie Clark) on April 07, 2014 12:30 PM

Link: Epic Boss Fighter
Developed by Entertainment Forge and GDV Concept
Sponsored by ArmorGames
Genre: Action/Shooter
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 8/10

The idea of an upgrade progressive game where you only fight bosses is not a new concept. I've reviewed a few so far such as Boss Slayer and Bug Slayer. Nonetheless the idea is not totally done to death and in fact is a fun little idea. Entertainment Forge and GDV Concept have put out their own take on the boss fighting genre called Epic Boss Fighter and I will admit it is pretty epic.

Basically Epic Boss Fighter took the idea laid out in Boss Slayer (although not saying that Boss Slayer was the first of its kind) and improved in vastly in a variety of ways. Graphically Epic Boss Fighter is amazing and I love that all the bosses are different and have their own little details in them. And speaking of the bosses themselves they are well done in their attack varieties and looks.

Upgrade wise Epic Boss Fighter covers all the bases such as upgrading attack, shot speed/number, etc. But has some interesting ones like an upgraded mech suit and buying attack drones. In general though I will say Epic Boss Fighter was fairly easy and a quick game to beat. With that being said it was still extremely entertaining and fun while it lasted.

April 06, 2014

Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones

From Jay is Games

by starchild on April 06, 2014 10:00 PM

Platform: Mac, Windows — Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones is the final game in the exciting seafaring, pirate-filled hidden-object adventure series, in which you will face the old Sea Devil himself. Your daughter has signed a pact with Davy, and you have to uncover his deepest secrets in order to fulfill the pact and set her free. As you look for the pieces of the puzzle, you will meet colourful characters, solve challenging puzzles and be thoroughly entertained. Tagged as: adventure, affiliate, artifexmundi, casual, collectorsedition, demo, download, game, hiddenobject, mac, rating-y, windows

Words & Cards

From Jay is Games

by artbegotti on April 06, 2014 08:00 PM

Platform: iOS — Words & Cards "Words & Cards," you ask, "could it be a game about dinosaurs and Swiss watches?" Alas, no. In Words & Cards, you've got to make a word from a pool of letters you share with your opponent. Each consonant in the word you play turns into a playing card, with which you can score extra points by making poker hands. It sounds simple (and it is), but there's more strategy involved than you might think. Tagged as: card, free, game, ios, ipad, iphone, mobile, poker, puzzle, rating-g, royalpalm, strategy, tablet, word

ErlinE: The Magic Orbs

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by LDora on April 06, 2014 04:00 PM

Platform: Flash — ErlinE: The Magic Orbs Like lovely visuals? What about pits of death and whirling sawblades flying at your face? This platformer has both! Help ErlinE track down the magical orbs and return them to the portals, but watch out for hazards... and the unforgiving challenge! Tagged as: action, browser, dsakshu, flash, free, frozennnn, game, ktusx9, linux, mac, platform, puzzle, rating-g, windows

Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story Flash Game Review

From FlashMush

by noreply@blogger.com (Robbie Clark) on April 06, 2014 02:30 PM

Link: Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story
Developed by DeadToast Entertainment
Sponsored by ArmorGames
Genre: Action
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 7.5/10

Playing through Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story is literally like playing a weird cartoon...in a good way. Everything from the backstory to the environments you're in is weird but cute and just crazy! You see, in Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story you play as a guy who is obsessed with two things; his nunchucks and his teddy bear. So when his teddy bear is kidnapped by a pigeon you go and chase him down to a weird world.

What follows is pretty great. Or at least looks great and impressive. The worlds are vibrantly colored and full of just weird things. Fighting bear police officers, boss battle with a giraffe moles, giant sentiment carrots, etc. So in that aspect I applaud the developers for making such an interesting environment. However, when it comes down to the meat and gravy of it all Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story doesn't quite stack up.

This is mainly because the controls. For one they are very simple. Can either hit rapidly or do a charge shot but nothing else. Secondly, the way the enemies hit you is almost unavoidable so you'll always be taking damage eventually. I guess I just think it was a wasted opportunity not to have items you could pick up, upgrades, or something like that to make the game less repetitive and more fun. Overall though I like where Nunchuck Charlie: A Love Story is going and really like the style DeadToast brought so I can't wait to see what else they whip up.

April 05, 2014

GemCraft: Chasing Shadows

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 05, 2014 09:00 PM

Platform: Flash — GemCraft: Chasing Shadows After nearly three years, the next installment in the celebrated and fiendishly addictive tower defense series has arrived. Take on challenging maps using the powers of gems that can be enhanced and combined, with new mechanics like the Talisman and the Wizard Towers helping and hindering you along the way... Tagged as: browser, defense, flash, free, game, gameinabottle, gemcraft, linux, mac, rating-o, strategy, towerdefense, windows

GemCraft Chasing Shadows Launched

From Armor Games Blog

by Ferret on April 05, 2014 07:39 PM

The path of GemCraft continues, getting even darker and more vicious in the latest version of the game GemCraft Chasing Shadows. A unique tower defense game that has you enhancing and combining gems into towers while you defend against an endless onslaught of evil baddies.

Place your gems in towers, traps, or amplifiers – replace and switch them as you want, or combine them to create more powerful gems with enhanced abilities.  Drop them as gem bombs, or activate powerful buildings. The possibilities are endless, the choice is yours!

Fight through an epic story, uncovering mysteries and facing sinister enemies and artifacts, as you try to entrap the Forgotten, an arch-demon with an unknown agenda and no known way to kill, and to slay her demonic avatars, the shadows. Fierce and desperate battles await you…






GemCraft 2 Strategy Guide

From Armor Games Blog

by Ferret on April 05, 2014 07:11 PM

A strategy guide for GemCraft Chasing Shadows written by Game in a Bottle that will give you some tips on how to play through this epic tower defense title.

Use dual and triple gems in towers as they are stronger than pure ones, but if you wish to focus only on  a gem’s special ability (poison, mana leeching, armor tearing) make sure to use pure gems, especially in traps.


You can use walls to build a zigzag path for the monsters so they will have to walk a much longer path while being fired at by your towers.


Set your gems’ target priority (right-click or shift-click and drag), this way you can pick giants with your stronger gems, or have your gems fire at mana shards, beacons or monster nests, ignoring monsters.


If you want your gems to fire at a certain creature or building, select it, this will override all your gems’ priorities. You can catch monsters feeing with your orblet or get rid of a beacon effectively.


If you suspect a specter coming (you can tell from the demonic fingerprint of the premonition), store a freeze spell (or keep it charging and buy some time), then, when the specter is closing in on your gem, freeze it, enhance your gem with bolt and select the specter to take it down quickly.


To have a chance against shadows, build several towers around your orb to take down incoming shadow projectiles.


Enhancements work very well on gems in traps, and they don’t deplete, so don’t forget to enhance your mana farm or poison path.


Gems in amplifiers can amplify multiple gems without any power penalty.

If you see a bunch of monsters inevitably coming for your orb, curse them, this will decrease their banishment mana cost and thus save you lots of mana.


Don’t forget to strengthen your orb by either dropping gems on it or surrounding it with gems in amplifiers.

Achievements give skill points, so it’s well worth trying to get as many as you can.

Don’t over-level your skills. Leveling cost goes up fast, but the bonus you get from leveling your skill up doesn’t. It might be better worth keeping your skill points unspent and get initial mana instead.

You can enrage monster waves by dropping gem bombs on them, to get much more XP from the tougher and larger wave of monsters in return.

Use the fragment rarity booster to grant +10 rarity level (up to level 100) for your dropped fragments. High rarity fragments can be hard to find, give your luck a boost and build a powerful talisman, so you can get faster to tougher fields which naturally give higher rarity fragments.

The beam enhancement spins your gem’s hit count, so it makes bloodbound gems gain power much faster.

GemCraft Chasing Shadows Flash Game Review

From FlashMush

by noreply@blogger.com (Robbie Clark) on April 05, 2014 02:24 PM

GemCraft Chasing Shadows gameinabottle

Link: GemCraft Chasing Shadows
Developed by GameInABottle
Sponsored by ArmorGames
Genre: Tower Defense
FlashMush Reviews Rating: 9.5/10

Surprisingly I've never reviewed a GemCraft title even though the flash game franchise is in my top tower defense list and is up there with the ranks of Kingdom Rush and Cursed Treasure. I've always regarded the GemCraft series as the more "pro" tower defense game as it just has a lot more strategic elements than most other games. Now that the long awaited wait for GemCraft Chasing Shadows is over I'll get my chance to review a GemCraft game and speak my mind.

GemCraft Chasing Shadows walkthrough

Right off the bat after playing a few levels of GemCraft Chasing Shadows I can already tell that the ante has been raised. By this I mean there are a lot of seemingly new things in GemCraft Chasing Shadows that you'll have to deal with. There are your classic towers, traps, amplifiers and walls that already give enough options and freedom to really let your strategic mind go free but there is a whole new interface outside of the game. The skill system is a little different this time around and honestly not sure for the better but it is fairly interesting. A new talisman menu is added in which you find talismans randomly in battle and you can "equip" them to give you various boosts. These can be upgraded using shadow cores which you also earn from completing levels.

There are also a lot of other level based structures, most of which are reoccurring, but with a few added ones. Tomes for instance are new and shrines have gotten a bit of an update it seems. Level wise there are over 140 stages and you can also add modifiers to make them harder. I still stand by that the GemCraft series as a whole and especially GemCraft Chasing Shadows is one of the harder tower defense games and you will really have to think strategically to win, there is no hand holding here it is do or die. Some people may not like the intense difficulty (or maybe I just suck at the game in general) but for those who do there is a whole world to explore in GemCraft Chasing Shadows.

Mimicry Man

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 05, 2014 02:00 PM

Platform: Windows — Mimicry Man It's your job to take down the legendary hero in this quirky fantasy puzzle game. Who are you? Why, the lord of all Mimics, of course, those sneaky monster treasure chests! You'll need to gobble your way through people from all over the world, luring them in with the items others drop, in order to finally find the sword the hero is looking for to snare him in your trap! Tagged as: download, fantasy, free, game, indie, inorakumo, parody, puzzle, rating-y, rpgmaker, vgperson, windows

April 04, 2014

Fear for Sale: Phantom Tide

From Jay is Games

by LDora on April 04, 2014 10:00 PM

Fear for Sale: Phantom Tide After the death of his wife, Adrian's been experiencing some weird things... weird like "water appearing from nowhere to lock him in the basement" weird. You've been called in to investigate, but this isn't any ordinary haunting, and to get to the truth you'll need to dig through the town in this more-crazy-than-creepy hidden-object adventure. Tagged as: adventure, affiliate, bigfishgames, casual, demo, download, elefungames, game, hiddenobject, horror, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-y

Noir Syndrome

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by JohnB on April 04, 2014 08:00 PM

Platform: Android, Mac, Windows, Linux — Noir Syndrome Detective work isn't known for its shallow learning curve. Or for being the kind of thing you can do while standing in line at the post office. With Noir Syndrome, however, solving crimes has become quite a bit more casual. This pick up and play adventure game gives you randomly generated murder mysteries to solve, all you have to do is gather the clues and make the arrest! Oh, and pick a few locks, shoot a few baddies, and have a few snacks. Detectives gotta eat too, you know. Tagged as: adventure, android, detective, download, game, glassknuckle, indie, linux, mac, mobile, mystery, puzzle, rating-y, tablet, windows