|Biniax-2||Jordan Tuzsuzov||Puzzle||5.33 MB||Click here to download|
In Biniax-2, the players controls a box with an element inside. Pairs of elements can be removed if the element controlled is the same as one of the pair. When a pair of element is removed, your box will take on the form of the other element in the pair. Press the space key to remove an entire column. This special move is limited and the number of uses allowed is indicated on the right side of the screen.
A new tactical mode, improved graphics and multiplayer option is included in this updated sequel.
|Block Pusher||chuchino||Puzzle||1.17 MB||Click here to download|
Block Pusher is a puzzle game that plays rather similarly to Sokoban, in which you solve puzzles by pushing one block at a time and being very careful not to trap yourself into a corner while doing it. There are items to collect in certain rooms, although the game doesn't actually reward you with anything even if you do manage to acquire them all.
Pressing the F4 function key switches between full screen and windowed mode, while the R key can be used to reset a puzzle whenever you're stuck. Block Pusher was originally created as a submission for the Klik of the Month game development event.
|BlockOut 8K||Kakiarts||Puzzle||0.02 MB||Click here to download|
BlockOut 8K is the three-dimensional analogue of Tetris. Polycubes appear in the foreground and fall away, using perspective to make them seem to fall into a three dimesional pit. The pieces can be rotated in the three axes, and moved horizontally and vertically. The game presents the player with a real-time packing problem. Efficient arrangements lead to completed layers, points, and room to move. Incomplete layers build up and make gameplay progressively more difficult.
|Blocksum ||Circle infotech||Puzzle||32.1 MB||Click here to download|
Blocksum is a puzzler with simple rules but addictive gameplay. Join a number of tiles together by using the Z key, and their corresponding number increases. Gather a large group of blocks with the same number to make them disappear. Grey orbs can be used to remove all blocks with the same number on the field simply by connecting it to a tile.
Hold the X key to move the tiles upward. Press the C key to access a pause menu. Requires the latest DirectX version to run.
Puzzle veterans will love the possibilites of chaining up combos with this one. Highly recommended.
|Blocksum Omake Version ||Circle infotech||Puzzle||32.4 MB||Click here to download|
Blocksum Omake Version is a puzzler with simple rules but addictive gameplay. Join a number of tiles together by using the Z key, and their corresponding number increases. Gather a large group of blocks with the same number to make them disappear. Grey orbs can be used to remove all blocks with the same number on the field simply by connecting it to a tile.
Hold the X key to move the tiles upward. Press the C key to access a pause menu. Requires the latest DirectX version to run. Unlike the original release, this version contains minor modifications to gameplay rules, removal of replay mode and exclusion of online high scores.
|Bo||Mahdi Bahrami||Puzzle||6.86 MB||Click here to download|
Bo is a 2D platformer created by Iranian developer Mahdi Bahrami, in which you solve puzzles by drawing and erasing coloured blocks for your character to stand on or step inside. The game features thirty-two stages to play with in the current build, and there's also a rudimentary custom level support included for players to create and share their own puzzles.
Your task here is a simple one: get to the door found in each stage to proceed to the next puzzle. If there is no clear path to the exit, you'll have to make one of your own by drawing or erasing blocks. Later in the game you'll be asked to collect keys before you are allowed to leave the area, or work with more than one type of coloured block as you try and figure out the solution to a puzzle
|BrainSplode! ||Richard Edwards, Rust Red Games||Puzzle||14.5 MB||Click here to download|
BrainSplode! is a physics-based puzzle game which puts you in control of a rocket launcher that can be used to fire missiles at pink-coloured brains. The objective here is to destroy all of the brains in the area (marked as green squares on the mini-map) so that you may progress to the next stage, where more brains await for their eventual annihilation at your hands.
You can use the marker in the red box to move the turret around, then click on the launch button to fire a missile. Projectiles bounce off yellow pads, and players can utilize rocket components like thrusters and parachutes to guide their missiles with more precision in latter stages.
|Cameleon||Jari Komppa||Puzzle||0.46 MB||Click here to download|
In Cameleon, your goal is to capture a board filled with tiles of four colors. Each turn, you have to change your color. You cannot keep your old color, and you cannot take the same color as your opponent. Thus, you only have two choices each turn.
|Castle of Elite ||Daniel Remar||Puzzle||1.59 MB||Click here to download|
Castle of Elite is an excellent puzzle platformer by Daniel Remar that has the distinction of using both keyboard and mouse for controls. The game eases you in slowly with easy-to-follow tutorials for the first quarter of the adventure, offering hints as needed with the press of a key.
Pick up blocks resembling Tetris shapes and place them using the mouse to create new platforms. Beat devious traps and perform death-defying jumps.
NES-related tributes and unlockables exist as well, making this a definite keeper.
|Cat Poke||Jason Boyer, JaJitsu||Puzzle||4.99 MB||Click here to download|
Cat Poke is a puzzle game created by Jason Boyer which stars Molly, a young girl who is bored on one rainy day and decides to go around her house bothering the cats that her family owns. There are nine felines to find and poke with her finger, although some of them will require a bit of persuasion before coming out of their comfy hiding places.