Puzzle

 L'Aigle d'Or

L'Aigle d'Or

Oric Atmos - 1984

L'Aigle d'Or is an action-adventure game and the first episode of a series. The location is Eagle's Castle in Westphalia. You start by buying equipment, such as a rope, for example. You can now start to explore the castle, room after room. It may be wise to draw a map, since the rooms look quite the same. In some of them, you'll discover secret passageways. You move using the arrow keys and start actions using the first letter of the verb. For example, hit the "O" key to open a treasure chest. Collect items, keys and gold coins, use medicines if you need them, and beware of traps and...

[the Sequence]

Windows - March 30, 2016

[the Sequence] is a logic construction puzzler. Let your mind be your guide: Lay down seven different kinds of modules as your roadblocks to get you (portrayed as a binary data point) to a sweet destination. Apply an out-of-the-box thinking to get you to the next level! Every module is customizable in various ways; be free to create mind-blowing sequences that no one else could build. [the Sequence] features - Variety of different levels to beat - Several kinds of modules - Sandbox mode - Stylish minimalistic graphics - Futuristic sound - Smooth ambient music - Provides a...

005

005

Arcade - December 1, 1981

005 is a 1981 arcade game by Sega, in which the player's mission is to take a briefcase of secret documents to a waiting helicopter. It is one of the first examples of a stealth game. The player controls a spy who must avoid the enemies as he makes his way through buildings and warehouses, where he will have to dodge the enemies' flashlights and use boxes as hiding spots.

0RBITALIS

0RBITALIS

Windows - April 16, 2014

0RBITALIS is a gravity simulator with a retro-puzzle flavor: explore stars, dodge asteroids and destroy planets. Launch your satellite into orbit and face the force which keeps the Universe together: Gravity. Study it. Trick it. Defeat it. All with a single click.

1 Across 2 Down

Commodore Amiga - 1990

If you like crosswords, this one is really good. The game engine does not have any serious flaws but questionable is function to solve the crossword. All the fun is lost when you solve it and then do it on your own. For me it lacks some challenge mechanism, eg. Elapsed time of solving the crossword, high score table of the fastest solvers. Editor of creating your own crosswords also would be nice an add-on. Still, very good game (if you like such things).

1 vs. 100

1 vs. 100

Nintendo DS - June 30, 2008

1 vs. 100 puts you in the hot seat as you play against 100 mob members! Answer the questions correctly and eliminate the mob members. If you give the wrong answer, the game is over! 1 vs. 100 for the Nintendo DS recreates the fun of the hit TV show, while 4 additional game modes bring on new and competitive excitement.

100 All-Time Favorites

100 All-Time Favorites

Nintendo DS - October 27, 2009

100 Man Ton no Barabara

100 Man Ton no Barabara

Sony PSP - 2010

1000 Terminals

1000 Terminals

Nintendo DS - November 14, 2008

Discover the famous card game 1000 Bornes on DS updated with some new features. The title features a "classic" mode with the same rules as the original but also a "special" mode with delightful mini-games to counter your opponent's attacks using the stylus and microphone. A single cartridge holds up to six players.

10000000

10000000

Android - March 14, 2013

10000000 ("Ten million") is a hybrid puzzle-role-playing game developed by Luca Redwood under the company name Eightyeight Games, released initially for iOS devices in August 2012, and later for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X computers via Steam in January 2013, and to Android and Linux systems in March 2013. The game puts the player in control of an unnamed adventurer trapped in a dungeon. To escape, the player must earn 10,000,000 points in a single run through the dungeon. While in the dungeon, the character moves forward on their own, facing monsters and collecting treasure, but their...

10000000

10000000

Apple iOS - August 29, 2012

10000000 ("Ten million") is a hybrid puzzle-role-playing game developed by Luca Redwood under the company name Eightyeight Games, released initially for iOS devices in August 2012, and later for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X computers via Steam in January 2013, and to Android and Linux systems in March 2013. The game puts the player in control of an unnamed adventurer trapped in a dungeon. To escape, the player must earn 10,000,000 points in a single run through the dungeon. While in the dungeon, the character moves forward on their own, facing monsters and collecting treasure, but their...

10000000

10000000

Apple Mac OS - January 15, 2013

10000000 ("Ten million") is a hybrid puzzle-role-playing game developed by Luca Redwood under the company name Eightyeight Games, released initially for iOS devices in August 2012, and later for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X computers via Steam in January 2013, and to Android and Linux systems in March 2013. The game puts the player in control of an unnamed adventurer trapped in a dungeon. To escape, the player must earn 10,000,000 points in a single run through the dungeon. While in the dungeon, the character moves forward on their own, facing monsters and collecting treasure, but their...

10000000

10000000

Windows - January 15, 2013

10,000,000 is an award winning hybrid RPG/Action/Puzzle game. Matching tiles controls your character enabling you to explore, fight and loot. When you are not facing monsters you will be back in your prison, constructing buildings and getting stronger for your next run. Can you score 10000000 and earn your freedom?

1001 Touch Games

1001 Touch Games

Nintendo DS - October 18, 2011

1001 Touch Games is the largest collection of “pick-up-and-play” casual games available. Every game can be played with the stylus! Choose from classics, hidden object, match 3, solitaire, sports, time management, pinball, mahjongg, word games, and more! There’s something for everyone in this huge game collection. Enjoy hours and hours of endless fun with the whole family!

101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor

101 Dalmatians: Escape from DeVil Manor

Windows - January 1, 1997

You're one of the Dalmatian puppies being held prisoner by Cruella De Vil in her creepy old mansion The other puppies are depending on you to set them free. But before you can get them out, you have to get yourself out. That means sneaking through each room. Checking out each floor. Exploring every corner. There's gotta be an escape route somewhere. And as Patches, you have to find it. Cruella's two henchmen, Horace and Jasper, are on your tail. So you better get moving. Because if they catch you, they'll lock you up. And if that happens, you can kiss your spots goodbye!

101 in 1 Megamix

101 in 1 Megamix

Sony PSP

101-in-1 Megamix is a collection of 101 games offering a healthy serving of adventure, action and puzzle gameplay galore that is fun for all family. Featuring 101 games that take you from the depth of the ocean to the Wild West... From the Stone Age to space racing... 101-in-1 Megamix boasts a unique visual style, a wide variety of unlockable games and prizes, and superb multiplayer action. Come channel surfin' through 8 different TV stations and play through a series of zany TV shows tailored to all sorts of themes, each packed to the brim with insane adventures and delightful challenges!

101-in-1 Explosive Megamix

101-in-1 Explosive Megamix

Nintendo Wii - September 22, 2011

Welcome to the home of 101 mind-blowing games for all tastes! Whether you like puzzle games, sport games or fast-paced arcade action, you'll definitely find something to suit you here! Jump in - tens of hours of games await you!

101-in-1 Explosive Megamix

101-in-1 Explosive Megamix

Nintendo DS - April 21, 2009

101-in-1 Explosive Megamix is the perfect game to take on the road because players can play a game whenever they have a spare moment. In addition, 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix takes full advantage of the unique capabilities of Nintendo DS, meaning you can easily manage the dual-screen fun using the intuitive touch controls. On top of all this, players can challenge a friend to multiplayer competition through multi-card local wireless play, making 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix for Nintendo DS a never-ending supply of fun and excitement!

The 11th Hour

The 11th Hour

Windows - November 30, 1995

The 11th Hour is a 1995 interactive movie puzzle adventure game with a horror setting. It is the sequel to the 1993 game The 7th Guest. It was developed by Trilobyte and used a later version of the "Groovie" graphic engine than that used by The 7th Guest. The 11th Hour also features the music of George "The Fat Man" Sanger and Team Fat.

12 Labours of Hercules III: Girl Power

Windows - August 7, 2015

A hero from Ancient Greece, Hercules, is fighting the great beast Scylla, when lurking Charybdis captures his friend Cerberus! Then, unseen by Hercules, takes the hero himself. The only chance for Hercules is his wife Megara. Help Megara free the hero and then accompany him in all of his adventures, including the forest of the Amazons and Mount Olympus in 12 Labours of Hercules III: Girl Power!

140

140

Nintendo Wii U - September 1, 2016

GAME DETAILS 140 is a challenging minimalistic platformer with abstract colorful graphics. Rhythmic awareness is required to overcome obstacles controlled by an energetic, yet melancholic electronic soundtrack. Super tight puzzle design and a striking audiovisual presentation come together to form a challenging platforming experience!

15x15

MS-DOS - 1996

A collection of sliding picture puzzles. You can chose from 3x3 or 4x4 grid sizes and select from several pictures, you unlock more as you go. You are scored based on how many moves it takes to complete a puzzle starting with 999 for the 4x4 and 499 for the 3x3 puzzles and counting down.

16

MS-DOS - 1996

A sliding puzzle game similar to classic picture puzzle games however instead of completing an image you slide numbered blocks 1 through 16 into order. The game starts with the numbers in a scrambled order, just like in the picture puzzle. There is always one empty square into which you can slide one of the surrounding 4 blocks. The object of the game is to slide all the blocks back into their original numerical order. The problem is that since you have only one empty square to work with when arranging the blocks you inevitably place the puzzle further out of order in your attempts to solve...

1993tris

MS-DOS - 1993

1993tris is one of the more innovative Tetris-clones, similar to Columns. Your objective is to kill flies. Blocks consisting of four flies fall down the screen and by turning them you have to try to get three flies of the same colour in a row, a column or a diagonal to make them disappear. From time to time one of the many extra objects appear. For example there are bombs and guns that shoot particular flies or simply blow them up. The shareware version features the first two levels, three speed settings and a freeware program named Modplay in which you able to listen to Korean music. By...

2010: The Graphic Action Game

2010: The Graphic Action Game

ColecoVision - 1984

2010: The Graphic Action Game is a puzzle/maze game with elements from 2010: Odyssey Two where the player must save the Discovery from crashing onto the surface of Jupiter's volcanic moon, Io. The player must choose one of about five circuits to work on in one of the ship's critical systems: Engine, Power, Communications, Life Support, and the HAL 9000. Successful power routing of a circuit makes each system slowly come on-line. It takes three powered circuits for minimum function, but four provides more leeway for success. On-Line engines and power can be activated for an orbital boost, but...

21 Emon: Mezase! Hotel Ou

21 Emon: Mezase! Hotel Ou

TurboGrafx-16 - December 16, 1994

Naturally a manga/TV anime tie-in, 21 Emon is one of those Japanese style board games that have never really made a big impact in the west. Four players (any combination of human and computer) take it in turns to roll dice and move around the isometric board, landing on various event squares. The ultimate aim is to build as many hotels as you can and make more loot than your opponents. (From The PC Engine Software Bible website)

221 B Baker St.

221 B Baker St.

Atari 800 - 1987

221B Baker Street is a 1987 computer game published by Datasoft, based on an earlier board game of the same name. The game was inspired by the exploits of Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective Sherlock Holmes and derives its title from the detective's residence at 221B Baker Street in London.

2do Arukotoha Sand-R

2do Arukotoha Sand-R

Sega Saturn - May 4, 1996

2do Arukotoha Sand-R (2度あることはサンドア~ル) is a version of Puzzle & Action: Sand-R released for the Sega Saturn by CRI in 1996.

2nd Space

2nd Space

Nintendo Game Boy - September 7, 1993

A Pac-Man like game that resembles Pepper II in which you must completely circle different sections to reveal the picture underneath while avoiding all sorts of nasties.

2Tax Gold

2Tax Gold

Sega Saturn - January 17, 1997

2Tax Gold (ニタックスゴールド) is a quiz game for the Sega Saturn.

3, 2, 1...SuperCrash!

3, 2, 1...SuperCrash!

Sony PSP - November 9, 2010

Get on your unicycle and attempt to pass through human-shaped spaces in walls that appear on your path. Jump and dodge all the obstacles that get in your way to reach the goal in snow, the woods and a town. Try your hand at five different race types in Endless Mode.

3° C

3° C

Nintendo Wii - May 26, 2009

In this block puzzle game, you use the Wiimote to point to groups of like-colored blocks. Clicking on the group makes it disappear. Your goal is to clear the entire play field in as few clicks as possible.

32 in 1

32 in 1

Atari 2600 - January 1, 1988

32 In 1 Game Cartridge was released in 1988 in PAL format in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. It includes popular Atari 2600 games of the sports and shooter genres; a different game is selected every time the Atari 2600 or Atari 7800 is turned on. Most copies shipped as the pack-in game with the Atari 2600 in the UK and Atari 7800 in Australia and New Zealand, but it was also released as a boxed separate game for the Atari 2600.

3-2-1

3-2-1

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

3–2–1 was a popular (and successful) British game show that was made by Yorkshire Television for ITV. It ran for ten years, between 29 July 1978 and 24 December 1988, with former Butlins Redcoat Ted Rogers as the host. It was based on a Spanish gameshow called Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez and was a trio of three shows in one, a quiz, a variety and game show. The show was a huge success, consistently pulling in large ratings. The first series, though intended as a summer filler, attracted up to 16.5 million viewers and subsequent years never failed to peak below 12 million. The show...

360 Breakout

360 Breakout

Nintendo Wii U - August 11, 2016

360 Breakout is a breakout game out of the ordinary. Offers single player, two player co-op and two player VS mode. Play through 20 exciting levels on your own or together with a friend while aiming for a new highscore. Supports off-TV Play mode.

3D Block

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1989

This is an adaptation of Blockout, which in itself is a 3D version of Tetris. This is emphasized with the cartridge itself, having the artwork ripped from the original game. In this version the well is 5x5x10 cubes large and the size never changes, unlike the official versions. The controls are somewhat unorthodox, as unlike most other games, the Select button pauses the game while Start speeds up the block so that it moves to the bottom of the well faster. The block designs themselves are the same as in the arcade version of Blockout.

3D Cosplay Mahjong

3D Cosplay Mahjong

Taito Type X - 2013

3D Lemmings

3D Lemmings

Sony Playstation - November 21, 1995

3D Lemmings is played by using four different, movable cameras to fly around and get an overview of the level. While some levels have fixed cameras, most of the time they can be freely moved at any time, although without the ability to tilt up or down. Another viewing option is the "virtual lemming" (VL) which allows the player to see through the eyes of a selected lemming. All skills from the original game are available, with one new one: the turner. A turner is similar to a blocker, in that he stands in one place and can only be removed by being blown up or dug out from underneath....

3D Lemmings

3D Lemmings

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1996

There is no actual narrative to the game. The only introduction is a movie. It shows a completely flat (2D) lemming popping out of a computer's floppy drive, and finding a "3D" button to press, which makes him 3-dimensional. After that, the PC blows up and the (now 3D) lemmings inside it escape. Other movies play after completing each set of 20 levels, but are not connected by a storyline.

3D Lemmings Winterland

MS-DOS - 1995

3D Lemmings Winterland is a special mini - demo of Lemmings 3D, featuring special Christmasy graphics. Apart from this, the gameplay is identical to that of Lemmings 3D. The game consists of 6 levels which are not featured in the original full game. The first couple of levels are fairly easy and are designed for you to get adjusted to the controls. The later levels are more difficult so they should keep you entertained a bit longer.

3D Maze

3D Maze

Acorn Electron - Released - 1983

A simple maze game in which you have to find your way out of a 3D maze, having been told where the exit is and where you are.

3-D Maze

3-D Maze

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1982

A simple maze game in which you have to find your way out of a 3D maze, having been told where the exit is and where you are. It's fairly impressive for the age of the game, but not quite as good as the 1984 game Maze by Acornsoft. A different and lesser known game, also titled 3D Maze, was released for the BBC Micro by Bevan Technology.

3D Munchy

3D Munchy

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1983

3D Munchy is a PacMan style game using an isometric view. It was written by Mike Williams of MRM, and developed and published by MRM. It was released for the BBC Microcomputer in 1983.

3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet

3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet

Windows - August 24, 1995

3D Pinball for Windows – Space Cadet is a version of the Space Cadet table bundled with Microsoft Windows. It was originally packaged with Microsoft Plus! 95 and later included in Windows NT 4.0, Windows ME, Windows 2000, the 32-bit editions of Windows XP and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition. The Windows 98 installation CD has instructions on installing Pinball 3D on this version of Windows which are partly wrong; Microsoft later issued an updated support article.[1] Windows XP was the last client release of Windows to include this game.[2] The look and feel of Full Tilt! Pinball and 3D...

3-D Pitfall

MS-DOS - 1995

3-D Pitfall is a Tetris variant which is similar to Blockout.

3D Tetris

3D Tetris

Nintendo Virtual Boy - Released - March 22, 1996

The mesmerizing force of Tetris returns with virtual style! This thrilling animated puzzler takes dexterity and split-second timing to the extreme with dimensional blocks and challenging planes. 3-D Tetris propels players at a demanding pace where quick response and strategy rule. Tetris devotees of all levels will crave this latest sensation of brain-teasing fun!

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

Atari 2600 - 1980

The game is similar to the traditional game of tic-tac-toe, but is played on four 4×4 grids stacked vertically; it is basically a computerized version of the board game Qubic using traditional tic-tac-toe notation and layout. To win, a player must place four of their symbols on four squares that line up vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, on a single grid, or spaced evenly over all four grids. This creates a total of 76 possible ways to win, in comparison to eight possible ways to win on a standard 3×3 board. The game has nine variations: it can be played by two players against each...

3DCube

MS-DOS - 1994

3DCube is 3D Rubik's Cube game controlled by either mouse or keyboard. It operates exactly like the real cube puzzle. This program also displays a 2D layout across the top of the screen so that all sides can be viewed at once.

3Detris

MS-DOS - 1994

3X3 Puzzle

Arcade - 1998

4 Elements

4 Elements

Windows - September 3, 2008

The ancient kingdom is in trouble! The magic of the four elements that kept it running for centuries has been corrupted by evil powers and the altars no longer yield the energy of life. It is up to you to unlock the 4 ancient books of magic and collect 16 mysterious cards that will help you restore the kingdom to life.

4 En Raya

4 En Raya

Arcade - 1990

A connect four style game with a battle mechanic. Two players represented by a Cowboy and Indian attempt to drop red and blue blocks in a attempt to get four in a row. The Cowboy and Indian attempt to shoot bullets and arrows at the other player's blocks in order to hinder the other players progress. The players use a giant claw to position their blocks. The players do not control the dropping of the block. That is controlled via a timer.

4 in 1 Row

4 in 1 Row

Magnavox Odyssey 2 - January 1, 1982

4 in 1 Row is a translation of the Connect Four board game. Two players (Pussycat and Hounddog) take turns dropping colored (red or green) discs in an eight-column six-row grid. The object is to place 4 discs in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. An strategic indicator number on the right side of the screen, besides each name, will show the chances of each player to get four discs in a row. The higher the number, the higher the chances. If the number reads 125 it means the player is just one move away from winning. The strategic indicator can be turned off by pressing...

4 Nin Shougi

4 Nin Shougi

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - July 14, 1995

Yonin shōgi, (四人将棋, ‘four-person chess’), is a four-person variant of shogi (Japanese chess). It may be played with a dedicated yonin shogi set or with two sets of standard shogi pieces, and is played on a standard sized shogi board. The objective of the game is to capture your opponents’ kings as an individual or with the option of teaming up with one or two fellow players. Fast matches are common.

4-Get-It

Commodore Amiga - 1992

4-Get-It is an Puzzle game, developed by Silverfox and published by TTR Development Inc, which was released in Europe in 1992. This is as vigorously playable as anything I've laid hands on lately. The concept is very straightforward: Manipulate tiles so that matching ones wind up side-by-side (They then vanish). Clear the play-field without stranding any tiles, and move on to the next. It's a simple little game at heart, but 4-Get-It uses the Amiga's special gifts to their fullest extent. TTR is on to something wonderful here, and I hope to see more from them.

4-Tris

4-Tris

Mattel Intellivision - 1999

Tetraminoes are pieces created from 4 blocks joined together into 7 different patterns. By rotating them, you can position the pieces as they are falling so they fill open spaces. When an entire horizontal line fills with the pieces, the line clears and you are on your way to higher levels! Blocks will fall from the top of the screen towards the bottom. Arrange the pieces so that a row is completely filled by the blocks. Failing to do so will fill up the screen making it more and more difficult to clear rows. A cleared row will disappear giving you points and making game play easier.

5 Spots Party

5 Spots Party

Nintendo Wii - July 10, 2009

Have fun with the entire family and compete in the different play modes! 5 Spots Party is a game of skill for all ages based on the popular game of finding 5 differences. In its three playing modes, the goal is to find the greatest number of differences in the pictures shown. In the party modes, you must compete with other players and find as many mistakes as possible. In the 1 Player mode, you must find the differences before time runs out in order to to beat the game’s highest scores. How far do you think you can go? Features: • 5 different game modes. • For...

50 Classic Games

50 Classic Games

Nintendo DS - July 14, 2009

Whether you want to play a quick, challenging game or a white-knuckle adventure, hours of fun and entertainment await you. There’s something for everyone in this collection of classic games including Chess, Mahjongg, Sudoku, Backgammon, Texas Hold ‘Em Poker, Solitaire and more. - 50 Classic Games: Endless hours of puzzle, card and board game fun with classics including Mahjongg, Blackjack, Chess, Sudoku, Texas Hold ‘Em Poker, Klondike Solitaire, Free Cell, Chinese Checkers and many more. - Varying Degrees of Difficulty: Challenging AI opponents to match your age or skill level....

5-in-1 Arcade Hits

5-in-1 Arcade Hits

Sony PSP

5-in-1 Arcade Hits from Grip Games is more truthfully described as 4 classic or traditional games and 1 arcade game. It’s a bit of a puzzle why they called it that, because it seems like it would attract the wrong audience, and at the same time not attract the audience that would most appreciate the game. You could also make a case it’s more than 5 games, because some of the one player vs two player variations could be enough to be considered a whole different game. Regardless of the name, it’s an intriguing package.

600

600

Arcade - 1981

600 is your standard maze game (one of dozens released in the wake of "Pac-Man", with a few twists. The game begins by showing your turtle entering a building (a very early 'cut scene'), you are then presented with the first maze. Each maze has several boxes (with question marks on them), scattered around. You must open these boxes one at a time by walking on to them. Each box contains either an enemy race car (who will pursue you), or a 'KidTurtle'. The 'KidTurtles' are what you are looking for here. When you find one it will climb onto your back, and you have to take it back to the turtle...

64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku

64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 5, 1999

64 Hanafuda: Tenshi no Yakusoku is a hanafuda card game released exclusively for the Nintendo 64 in Japan.

64 Trump Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Trump World

64 Trump Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Trump World

Nintendo 64 - August 7, 1998

64 Trump Collection: Alice no Waku Waku Trump World (64 Trump Collection - Alice’s Exciting Trip to Trump World) is a card game based on Alice in Wonderland. The game was not received well in English speaking territories. N64 Magazine described the game as “an unfathomable Alice in Wonderland-themed card game” which was deemed “a real Lenny Bennett of a game”.

6-Pak

6-Pak

Sega Genesis - 1995

6-PAK is a compilation of six of SEGA's most popular "franchise" games released in the early days of the Genesis. Included are the following: •Columns •Golden Axe •Revenge of Shinobi •Sonic the Hedgehog •Streets of Rage •Super Hang-On

7 Colors

7 Colors

MS-DOS - 1991

It might be a "battle of colours", two "enemies" engaging in a "fight" to "conquer the territory" on the "battlefield". Or, despite Infogrames' martial marketing efforts, 7 Colors might just be a puzzle game with brightly colored diamonds. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of that color bordering on the player's...

7 Colors

7 Colors

Commodore Amiga - 1991

The color chosen is locked for the opponent for one turn; drawing lines from one border of the field to another fills all the space in between. In addition, boards come in various diamond sizes, color textures and with obstacle stones. A (generous) time limit exerts soft pressure. In the wake of Alexey Pajitnov's block-busting Tetris, Infogrames licensed another Russian mathematician's concept for a game of logics and dexterity: Two players start from opposite ends of a board, filled with rectangles of seven different colors, and take turns in picking one of these colors. All diamonds of...

7 Wonders II

7 Wonders II

Nintendo DS - June 14, 2012

7 Wonders II transports you to far away lands to complete an unbelievable mission: Build the 7 Wonders of the World! Match three to help your workers build the unbelievable sights from Stonehenge to the Taj Mahal. Incredible new power-ups and bonuses help you piece together the hidden map and uncover the secret route leading to the most wondrous sight.

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

Nintendo DS - September 17, 2007

Join in on the adventure, traveling through ancient lands, as you match three same-colored magical runes to supply your workers with the building stones needed to create the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Time is short and the challenge is great. Collect valuable power-ups and keep a watchful eye out for secret bonuses. See if you have what it takes to conquer this action-adventure puzzler as you experience the wonders of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Colossus of Rhodes and many more Wonders of the Ancient World. - Three challenging modes of play: Story,...

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

Sony Playstation 2 - February 2, 2007

7 Wonders of the Ancient World is a Bejeweled-type puzzle game. The game boards are set against the fabled 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. In the main Story mode you need to build wonders over time one after another starting with The Great Pyramid in Giza then moving to the mysterious Hanging Gardens of Babylon and other wonders. To do so, you will need to match runes on materials blocks to destroy them. After the wonder was opened in story mode it would be available to play in all other modes. There are around 56 levels in the game and 3 difficulty modes to play. Board size and configuration...

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

7 Wonders of the Ancient World

Sony PSP - April 2, 2009

Players take the task of reconstructing the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. In each wonder, there are 5 to 7 sub-levels of runes that players switch to form a row of 3 or more runes. There are two modes of play: Free Play and Quest Modes. In Free Play, players can choose to play any level they have completed in Quest Mode.

7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover

7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover

Windows - October 24, 2012

The long-standing 7 Wonders series keeps getting better and better! The fifth installment, 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover, adds an entirely new game component, new Wonders and a new and exciting material – Alien Energy! The goal is still to construct exciting new Wonders by swapping same-colored runes to make matches of three or more to the tune of exploding bonuses. Make enough matches before time runs out to fill your arsenal with power-ups and the materials needed to complete your Wonders before your very eyes! As you complete each game board, bricks, water, gems, landscape, and now –...

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven

Nintendo DS - December 5, 2011

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven, the third chapter in the match-3 game, takes you through magnificent wonders of the world. Along with new wonders to build, 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven will feature a fresh game-play mechanic that will engage players beyond the typical matching gameplay.

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven

Windows

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven is a tile-matching game, where the player swaps adjacent runes on a grid, making matches of three or more to remove them. The remaining pieces move downwards, occupying the vacant spaces. A water column at the right side shows the time left to complete each level. The objective is to destroy the stone background by making matches over it. The pieces of broken stone fall on the field, where workers collect them to construct a monument. After removing all the background stone, a key 7 piece appears on the grid surrounded by an outline. It can only move within the...

The 7th Guest

The 7th Guest

MS-DOS - January 1, 1993

Henry Stauf's mansion had been abandoned for as long as anyone dare remember. Stauf was a master toy maker, a maker of amazing puzzles and this strange house was his greatest creation. Now, the mansion stands empty, rotting ever since the children started dying, ever since the six guests came. Now there are only the eerie lights and the terrible sing-song rhymes of the children... And suddenly, you are in the house. You move from room to haunted room, step by terrifying step, as scenes from that night of horror come to life. Because Stauf's game isn't over. There were six guests the world...

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome

Windows - November 23, 2011

AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome is a semi-sequel to Dejobaan's award-winning 2009 title, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! -- A Reckless Disregard for Gravity. The new game brings you 82 remastered levels from the original and 43 brand new ones that are twice as fast!

Abbigale and the Monster

Abbigale and the Monster

Ouya - March 1, 2013

Join Abbigale in a journey to heal the mental madness within herself. This is a top-down puzzle game where you control both Abbigale and the monster.

AbcZX

AbcZX

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Homebrew - 2007

Antiguamente, allá por 1978 o así, hubo una revolución en las papelerías, una especie de "Perestroika kitsch" que hizo que se pudieran encontrar chicles de regaliz "Cosmos", relojes despertadores transparentes y desmontables, pegamento del demonio "Buh", con su bolsita con piedrecitas de colores para hacer mosaicos, cañitas de colores conteniendo pica pica, bolsas de "Peta-zetas", kalkitos psico-belicistas, caramelos de pasta "Snipe" de menta o lima-limón, (de casi el mismo color en su envoltorio para fomentar la confusión al comprarlos). Todos estos artefactos no fueron sino signos...

About Love, Hate and the other ones

About Love, Hate and the other ones

Windows - December 12, 2014

About Love, Hate and the other ones is a puzzle game, in which you influence your surroundings by the force of Hate and the power of Love. They shouldnʻt have pushed the button! Life on the hill was just perfect for Love and Hate before that shiny red device appeared. Suddenly, they are trapped in a dark and spooky cave, far away from home. Now it is up to you to control the opposing forces of Love and Hate. They will soon meet a lot of Other Ones, wondering how they might react when Loved, or when Hated. Find a way through caves and ice, castles and factories, all by the might of your...

Absence

Windows - February 10, 2016

Absence is a horror\survival game that will make you question the people, and things around you. You've awakened in a bathroom, only knowing that someone has left to the main office to get you help. Take a look around you, navigate through the area and meet your friend in the office. There is a strange sense of something missing around you. what were you doing there? where is there? can you remember who you are? who's leaving you notes? can you get to the main office? or out of the park? will you find out what is missing? or will you go missing too? & on top of...

Abuse

Abuse

Acorn Archimedes - Released - 1998

Abuse is a side-scrolling platformer with a lot of shooting. It's a nonlinear game, as the levels often have a few exits that lead to different areas. Your character is a cyborg equipped with various weapons; initially, you only have a weak laser rifle with unlimited ammo, but you can find more powerful guns later on, such as grenade launchers, flamethrowers or lightsabers. You move through a building complex, fighting any enemies you might encounter on the way. The enemies are mostly the mutants, but also the defense systems (such as stationary missile launchers). While you move with the...

Abyss

Abyss

Commodore Amiga - 1991

Abyss is a Puzzle game, developed by Synthicat and published by Free Spirit Software, which was released in Europe in 1991. In this parallax side-scrolling arcade-puzzler you’re in control of a little ball, that explores various mazes in search of the exit. Avoid enemy balls trying to bounce you of the maze, avoid trapdoors and other traps on your way finding the exit to the next level. The 4 levels of the game are filled with puzzles and enemies like killer drones. Various shaped blocks can slow you down, push you to the edges of the surface - falling down lets you loose 1 of your 10...

Aces Spades

Aces Spades

Android

Action Force

Action Force

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1987

The enemy, COBRA, have launched a surprise attack on the island of Botsneda. In the panic of the evacuation, classified information has been left behind in the eastern sector. The enemy's grip tightens and an immediate raid must take place to retrieve the vital data. This is a job for ACTION FORCE ... Flint, Lady Jaye and Quick Kick use a modified A.W.E. Striker to cross the hazardous path to the eastern side of the island. You are Snake Eyes, using a custom-built helipack and armed with an automatic rifle. You must defend A.W.E. Striker and clear a safe path. Pontoons must be utilised...

Actionauts

Actionauts

Atari 2600 - 2008

In 1984, Rob Fulop began work on what would be his last game for the Atari 2600, a 'robot programming' game entitled "Actionauts". Due to the market conditions for Atari 2600 cartridges at the time, Actionauts was never completed, and was not shown or released to the gaming public until 2008. The original, seemingly simple puzzle-game challenges a single player to use the program editor to construct a sequence of commands to navigate an onscreen robot to reach the 'cheese'. It's not nearly as easy as it looks!

Adam's Venture: Origins

Adam's Venture: Origins

Windows - April 1, 2016

Adam's Venture: Origins is a remake of the game Adam's Venture Trilogy originally released as three episodes. This new version has new gameplay, puzzles, updated graphics, and a story reworked in a chronological manner. The game is split into roughly 20 chapters, each with about 15 to 20 minutes of gameplay, which once unlocked can be accessed and replayed from the main menu. Adam can do basic moves such as walking, running or jumping, but they are mostly aesthetic as jumping does not let him jump over obstacles and it can only be used to reach specifically marked higher grounds or to climb...

Adr1ft

Adr1ft

Windows - June 30, 2015

ADR1FT is an immersive First Person Experience (FPX) that tells the story of an astronaut in peril. Floating silently amongst the wreckage of a destroyed space station with no memory and a severely damaged EVA suit, the only survivor struggles to determine the cause of the catastrophic event that took the lives of everyone on board. The player fights to stay alive by exploring the wreckage for precious resources, and overcomes the challenges of an unforgiving environment to repair the damaged emergency escape vehicle and safely return home.

The Adventures of Cookie and Cream

The Adventures of Cookie and Cream

Sony Playstation 2 - April 30, 2001

The Adventures of Cookie & Cream offers puzzling challenges for the whole family. Two people must work cooperatively to help each other through challenging traps and past hungry critters in Adventure mode. As you complete each level, you'll open new areas in four-player mode, in which the winner is the player who grabs the most bonus items. The Adventures of Cookie & Cream combines elements from action, puzzle, platform, adventure, and party games to unite all kinds of gamers.

Adventures of Lolo

Adventures of Lolo

Nintendo Game Boy - 1995

Announcing a new GameBoy cartridge in the "Adventure of Lolo" series - featuring Lolo and Lala, and introducing their child, Lulu! The "Adventures of Lolo" series consists of multi-level, puzzle type games. The levels in this new game include the Entry Level, "First Steps in Eden," the intermediate Level, "Dance and Music," the Advanced Level, "Let's go to Gentryland," and the challenging Pro Level. Each of these levels is made up of many different stages, with a total of 144 scenes in the game as a whole! Different scenery and monsters appear at each stage. Some parts of the game have a...

Adventures of Lolo

Adventures of Lolo

Nintendo Entertainment System - April 1, 1989

Prince Lolo of Gentryland visited Eden, a country of Love and Peace, and enjoyed many pleasant days with Princess Lala of Eden. But one day, Egger, the King of Darkness, who had an evil plot to conquer Eden, spirited the Princess away before Lolo's eyes. After a long and difficult journey, Lolo has come to the evil Castle of the Labyrinth. The castle is guarded by an army of evil monsters led by Egger, the King of Darkness. Can Lolo solve the seemingly endless series of mazes and save Lala? Lolo is not gifted with strength or agility, but has great courage and patience. Now the battle...

Adventures of Lolo 2

Adventures of Lolo 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - January 6, 1990

Our Hero Lolo has charmed and enchanted puzzle-loving game players around the world with his unfailing courage and plucky persistence — and now he's off for his second quest! Join forces with Lolo and his faithful side-kick Lala for another journey full of puzzles and pitfalls. The whole crew is back — Snakey, Leeper, Medusa, Gol, Don Medusa, Rocky, and of course our favorite, Alma. Improved graphics, increased difficulty, and a few new tricks and techniques will keep you guessing through every fun-filled moment. A game for mental giants of all ages.

Adventures of Lolo 3

Adventures of Lolo 3

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 26, 1990

The journey continues! The game preferred by the best and the brightest is back with a brand new installment. See if you qualify! Seventeen levels, one hundred rooms. Play as either Lolo or Lala. Underwater levels with new challenges. Lolo's Grandpa teaches you the tricks of the game. New tactics, techniques and characters.

The Adventures of Robby Roto!

The Adventures of Robby Roto!

Arcade - 1981

The Adventures of Shuggy

The Adventures of Shuggy

Windows - June 13, 2012

Shuggy has just inherited a castle full of goblins, ghouls, zombies, and robots. Help him clear out over 100 rooms to make his new home livable again! Every room in the castle is different, letting Shuggy fly, float, swing, spin, change size, time travel and more as he explores the Dungeon, Boiler Room, Clocktower, Gallery, and Graveyard. Key Features: Co-op play - Play 36 twisted two-player levels in the offline co-op mode, with puzzles that can only be completed through cunning and teamwork. Non-linear map screen - Multiple routes through the castle ensure you'll be able to find...

Aero Porter

Aero Porter

Nintendo 3DS - November 12, 2012

Affordable Space Adventures

Affordable Space Adventures

Nintendo Wii U - Released - April 9, 2015

Affordable Space Adventures is a 2D adventure game in which the player takes control of a spaceship named Small Craft, provided by the in-game fictional company of Uexplore. The game is split into several levels in which players have to control the Small Craft from the entrance of the level until the exit. To do so, players must use a variety of systems via the touch-screen on the Wii U Gamepad, such as switching from a fuel engine to an electrical engine, changing the thrust level and changing the landing gears, among others. In each level, players will encounter a series of obstacles, some...

African Adventures

African Adventures

Funtech Super Acan - 1995

Inspired by the board game Monopoly, this colorful game is played with up to 4 players. The player(s) selects one of the 6 characters (including Hitler, A geisha and Sherlock Holmes). Before embarking on the adventure, you roll a dice, then you have to choose the actions to be carried out once you arrive on one of the boxes on the plateau.

Agent Super Bond

Agent Super Bond

Arcade - 1985

Agent USA

Agent USA

MS-DOS - 1985

Agent USA is a geography enhancement game that centers around a character that travels by train to different U.S. cities. The object of the game is to find the "FuzzBomb" which turns ordinary people into "FuzzBodies". You plant crystals which regenerate into newer crystals, and when you build up 100 of them and touch the FuzzBomb, the nation is saved!

Agress - Missile Daisenryaku

Arcade - 1991

Aha! I Found It! Hidden Object Game

Aha! I Found It! Hidden Object Game

Nintendo Wii - January 25, 2010

A hidden object game for everyone has come to the WiiWare service! Do your best and try to find 12 particular items among a crowd of objects onscreen as fast as you can! From big fish to tiny earrings. Easy to find items to very well hidden items. Lots of items and lots of fun can be found in this hidden object game! Unlike most other hidden object games, play along with friends and family and compete to see who best at finding the hidden objects in each stage! (Up to 4 players) With 10 stages in total and over 277 different items, there is plenty of searching fun to enjoy! Also, with...

Aha! I Got It! Escape Game

Aha! I Got It! Escape Game

Nintendo Wii - November 2, 2009

Use your head and solve the puzzles to escape the room Milo is in! Enjoy alone or with the help of family and friends! Use your head and solve the puzzles to escape the room Milo is in! Play alone or with family and friends to solve this puzzling adventure game! Today is Milo’s birthday and he gets an amazing present from his dad...a room of puzzles that he likes to solve. Milo needs to solve all the puzzles to escape from the room. So use the Wii Remote controller and SHAKE!! PUSH!! TWIST!! to interact with, collect, and use items you find in the game. There is plenty to solve using...

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