|Hacker's Digest||RunTime Entertainment||Puzzle||3.80 MB||Click here to download|
Hacker's Digest is an arcade game with puzzle elements, in which you have to guide an orb into a glowing blue circle to complete each stage. Features sixty stages categorized into six different difficulty groups, from easiest to near impossible.
|Hazard - The Journey of Life||Alexander Bruce||Puzzle||13.4 MB||Click here to download|
Hazard - The Journey of Life is a 3D exploration game that features a host of creative puzzles to solve, but contains no real danger or enemies in sight. You begin in a room called the HoloChamber, which acts as a central home that you can teleport to using the escape key at any time. The map on the wall shows the rooms which you have explored previously, and you can click on it to activate a teleporter that sends you to that location immediately.
The mod requires both Unreal Tournament 3 and the 2.0 patch installed before it can run properly, but it is definitely worth going through all the trouble just to play this one-of-a-kind experience.
|Hero, Defeat the Demon||R||Puzzle||1.56 MB||Click here to download|
Hero! Defeat the Devil! is a puzzle game that plays rather similarly to Hojamaka's Mamono Sweeper, where the noble knight has to defeat lower-level enemies first and gain enough battle experience before taking on the stage boss. A chart on the right side of the screen shows the amount of experience points that you can gain from defeating different types of enemies, while the counter placed next to your hero icon keeps track of your character's current level.
A tombstone will take over the place of an enemy which you slay in combat, and when you step off this tile the grave will act as an obstacle that prevents you from walking over it. The challenge here is to figure out a way to defeat all enemies on the map without boxing yourself into an inescapable route, but if that happens you can always reset the puzzle by pressing the space key. Note that the reset feature will only work when your hero is facing one of the graves on screen.
There are nine levels to play in total.
- Windows, Linux
|Tom Beaumont||Puzzle||1.00 MB||Click here to download|
In Hex-a-hop, your quest involves stepping on all green hexagonal tiles in each stage to make them disappear.
You can take as long as you need to figure out a solution. New tiles are introduced during your journey with adequate instructions. Later stages include walls, trampolines, frozen tiles and more.
Some level hints can be found on the web site as well.
|Hexmax||gochx||Puzzle||3.20 MB||Currently unavailable|
Hexmax is a decent matching puzzler with a tile placement area which can be rotated using the arrow keys. Press the space key to drop a tile and arrange at least three blocks of the same color in a horizontal or vertical line to remove them from the screen.
|Hunted||Markus Rosse||Puzzle||0.34 MB||Click here to download|
Hunted is a remake of an old ASCII DOS game by Markus Rosse. The player's objective is to destroy all the robots in the playfield by luring them towards the mines scattered around each level.
A robot will only move when the player does likewise. Use the numeric keypad to move your character, and tap space to restart the level. Press 5 to remain stationary for one turn.
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