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10 Gnomes Part 1: The Rooftops
Mateusz SkutnikAdventureBrowserClick here to play
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10 Gnomes Episode 1: The Rooftops is a short hidden object game in which players are given ten minutes to discover the location of each gnome, some cleverly hidden in small nooks and crannies found only by hovering the mouse cursor over them to reveal clickable spots.

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10 Gnomes Part 2: Walk in the Park
Mateusz SkutnikAdventureBrowserClick here to play
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10 Gnomes Episode 2: Walk in the Park is a short hidden object game in which players are given ten minutes to discover the location of each gnome, some cleverly hidden in small nooks and crannies found only by hovering the mouse cursor over them to reveal clickable spots.

10 Gnomes Part 3: Early Spring Garden
Mateusz SkutnikAdventureBrowserClick here to play
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10 Gnomes Episode 3: Early Spring Garden is a hidden object game produced monthly by Mateusz Skutnik, in which players are assigned the objective of finding ten gnomes in under ten minutes.

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10 Gnomes Part 4: Foggy Flat
Mateusz SkutnikAdventureBrowserClick here to play
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10 Gnomes Episode 4: Foggy Flat is the latest chapter in a series of short hidden object games created by Mateusz Skutnik. Players are once again given ten minutes to search out the locations of each gnome.

20 Heroes
H. InadaPlatformerBrowserClick here to play
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20 Heroes is a puzzle platformer with a unique twist, where players are assigned twenty characters to control separately, in a group, or all at the same time. Puzzles in every area are designed around this theme, and the creativity of the designer really shows after the fifth stage or so.

You can press the down arrow key to activate a character, who will then follow your orders until they succumb to a trap or a fatal injury caused by an enemy. The space key is used to select a menu option, and you can move heroes around the map or make them jump by using the cursor keys. Pressing G allows players to restart the game. Some enemies can be stomped on, while others can only be defeated in numbers or by using a certain strategy.

Note that the game isn't really designed to be played by audiences outside of Japan, as the quiz section in stage twelve is delivered in Japanese and near impossible to beat unless you are fluent in the language.

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3D Logic
Alex MatveevPuzzleBrowserClick here to play
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In 3D Logic, players have to link every pair of like colored markers to complete a Cube. Cells cannot be linked diagonally, and a line cannot be drawn on black cells. Thirty levels only.

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3D TOMB II
Mathieu HenriAction/ArcadeBrowserClick here to play
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3D TOMB II is a first person shooter in a fully textured environment done in less than 4k of JavaScript by Mathieu 'P01' HENRI, originally made way back in 2004. The game was released again in June 2007 with new adjustments and additions.

Use the arrow keys to explore the tomb, hold X or C to strafe and press space to shoot. An exit to the next floor is always placed on the other side of the maze. The HUD shows health, ammo count, current level and score from top to bottom.

Works perfectly well on both IE and Opera, but not so much on Firefox and Safari unfortunately.

41st Reality
Ali MaunderShoot 'em upBrowserClick here to play
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41st Reality is a new arena shooter from the developer of Abstract Sea and Neon. Use the W, A, S, D or arrow keys to move, and press the left mouse button to activate a power-up. The P key can be used to access the pause menu at any time.

Certain power-ups are activated automatically once collected, while others can be stored in your item slot for emergency situations. The game does end once a certain point is reached, where a congratulatory is shown and you will be allowed to submit your score online.

Instructions/walkthrough

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4bidden Fruit
Simon HaylesAction/ArcadeBrowserClick here to play
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4bidden Fruit is a stripped-down remake of Q Games' Pixeljunk Eden, coded with Java and measuring only a measly 4K in size. In it, you control a white Grimp which has the ability to jump and tether itself to plants of all shapes and sizes. The objective of the game is to collect all twenty golden crescents floating around the garden, using only the left mouse button and the cursor to direct your jumps and direction of travel. You may need to burst a couple of pollenballs as well, just to fertilize seeds and grow new plants that will help you reach crescents floating high above the ground and out of your reach.

No music or sound effects are included, but you can play any track from your mp3 collection in the background as a substitute. The game contains only one single garden to beat.

Additional files/mirrors

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5 Differences
CasePuzzleBrowserClick here to play
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5 Differences is a spot the difference game in which pictures come alive with all sorts of animation and movement to confuse players. It is actually possible to solve most puzzles by crossing your eyes and concentrating on the image in the middle, then clicking on objects which are either flickering or flashing.

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