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|Magical Feeling||Crystal light stage||Puzzle||19.2 MB||Click here to download|
Your task in Magical Feeling II is to connect four pieces of the same color to eliminate them from the screen. Making chains will send over colorless pieces to your opponent.
It's really polished and there's practically no noteworthy faults, unless you to count the fact that it's only in Japanese.
|Magnight||GameINC||Platformer||142 MB||Click here to download|
Magnight is a physics-based puzzle platformer in which you play as a pilot who had just crash landed on an undiscovered island that is filled with statues, constructions and traps left behind by an ancient civilization. Unwilling to give up hope, you venture further into the ruins to search for parts that can be used to fix your aircraft, equipped with only a pair of gloves that bestow you with the ability to change the polarity of objects around you.
Your ability to magnetize objects (and even yourself) is useful in situations where you have to open doors or move large stone blocks from one place to another. You can even give yourself a jump boost by magnetizing yourself and the floor beneath you with opposite polarities, provided that the tile you're standing on can be charged with magnetic energy.
The game features only three short levels.
|Mahjong by GameDesign||GameDesign||Puzzle||Browser||Click here to play|
GameDesign's version of Mahjong is a single-player implementation of the timeless favorite from the East, where three computer AIs occupy each side of the table with turns taken in a counterclockwise manner. There are plenty of tutorials on learning mahjong available online, but the game basically involves matching four sets of tiles with a pair to win the round before any of your opponent does. Extra points are awarded when a player manages to match more tiles of the same suit, or have a set of wind and flower tiles which are slightly harder to acquire.
|Makibishi Comic ||Makibishi Inc.||Adventure||Browser||Click here to play|
Makibishi Comic is a bizarre adventure game by Makibishi Inc., in which players are assigned with the task of searching for ninjas who have hidden themselves in each of the five unique locations.
|Malstrums Mansion, The||ACE Team||Adventure||Browser||Click here to play|
The Malstrums Mansion is a short point and click adventure game in which you play a descendant of the Malstrums family who had decided to investigate a mansion belonging to his ancestors.
|Mamono Saber||Skipmore||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Mamono Saber is a one-button arcade game where you are in control of a knight who can only move forward at a steady pace, determined to rescue the princess and save the kingdom once again. Our hero jumps whenever the player clicks on the screen, while the outcome of a battle is determined automatically by the manner in which the protagonist comes into contact with a monster. A normal enemy is defeated if you touch it with the tip of your blade, although bosses will require a couple more hits before admitting defeat.
The game can be tricky to beat as players are only allowed one try to complete the entire quest, but with a bit of perseverance it shouldn't be too difficult of a task since health can be replenished rather frequently during the rescue mission. There are four levels to play through in total.
|Mamono Slayer||Skipmore||Action/Arcade||Browser||Click here to play|
Though the hero in Skipmore's Mamono Slayer may wield a sword, the game is essentially a collection of lock and key puzzles designed to prevent the player from finding the legendary blade that will save the kingdom. The act of attacking enemies involve pointing your weapon at them as they walk towards the knight, and you can access your inventory by pressing the space key at any time. The castle also acts as a place of healing, since returning to it will restore any hearts lost while you are exploring the deeper dungeons.
Mamono Slayer is a short game that shouldn't take longer than ten or fifteen minutes to play from start to end.
|Mamono Sweeper||Hojamaka Games||Puzzle||Browser||Click here to play|
Mamono Sweeper is a unique take on the classic puzzle game included with nearly every single release of Windows, where mines are replaced with monsters and you now have RPG-like character stats to keep track of. You gain experience points by defeating monsters, although players will start to receive damage if they take on an enemy that is of a higher level than them.
Similar to Minesweeper, the numbers indicate the sum of every monster's level in the surrounding squares. With a bit of deduction you can easily pick out the location of low-level monsters that can be fought without losing any hit points. A table at the bottom of the page contains information on the five types of monsters that populate the board. You can use the A or D keys to mark tiles, and clicking on an enemy that is already defeated will reveal the number underneath it.
The huge and extreme versions of Mamono Sweeper are also available to play online, where the number of high-level monsters had been increased to make the game a bit more challenging for Minesweeper veterans.
|Ancient||Action/Arcade||16.1 MB||Click here to download|
Mamotte Knight (also known as Protect Me Knight) is basically a tower defense game with RPG elements, where you have to protect a princess from hordes of enemies who will try their utmost best to get to her. Every new level starts off with some basic fences and barricades that surround our princess, and you can also build new structures or even upgrade existing ones if you have stored enough magic points to create them.
You earn more magic points by killing enemies, while any unspent MPs can be traded in to level up your character after the completion of each stage. The Japanese demo features three of the ten levels from the full game, which is only available to purchase from the Xbox Live Indie Games channel for 240 MS Points.
Mamotte Knight really shines when you can get a few friends to play together, and the trial version even supports this option if you have a couple of controllers to plug in.
|Man Boy vs Doctor Sock||Ben Chandler||Adventure||4.64 MB||Click here to download|
Man Boy vs Doctor Sock is a short adventure game which tells the tale of our hero trapped in an alternate dimension by his nemesis, and must find a way to transport himself back to Earth before he misses the awards presentation ceremony held to honor his heroic achievements.
Use the left and right cursor keys to move, and press the space key to interact with an object while standing in front of it. Hold the left control and Q key to quit at any time.