20 Games Like Death and the Fly()
Anmynor Puzzles is set in a world of magic where challenges await in the 100 levels that make up this adventure. Use and combine the abilities of 17 unique and charming characters, the Golems on a journey to gather all the Elemental Runes. Anmynor Puzzles is set in a world of magic and adventure. You will guide a group of Golems through 100 levels. The adventure takes place over 17 stages, each with new obstacles and new Golems. The Golems will need to combine their different abilities to overcome the challenges ahead.
The Graveyard is a very short computer game. You play an old lady who visits a graveyard. You walk around, sit on a bench and listen to a song. It's more like an explorable painting than an actual game. An experiment with poetry and storytelling but without words.
Buying the full version of The Graveyard adds only one feature, the possibility of death. The full version of the game is exactly the same as the trial, except, every time you play she may die.
73 / 10033.65
The Witch's Yarn, is a brassy adventure about a witch who forswore magic for the love a mortal now passed away. Urged by her family to resume her natural talents, she instead opens a small shop, spinning and selling yarn, intent on a quiet life. However, life will be anything but quiet until Wednesday discovers her true purpose in the mortal world. How much trouble can you cause with a spinning wheel and a pot of mushrooms?
DIVO - This is an unusual, bright and dynamic arcade game, where you control a hamster in a cyber wheel! Our hero must, within a limited time, reach the finishing point of the level while simultaneously avoiding collisions with enemies and collecting all sorts of bonuses, to successfully complete each level! The game also has various elements of puzzles, where you have to find certain items in order to pass a certain obstacle. Levels are designed as a large tower (tower rotation depends on the movement of the main character) around which are placed all the game elements: platforms, teleporters, traps, etc.
What is BRAINPIPE?
Is it an otherworldly mind control device, masquerading as a seemingly quaint computer game?
Is it a gateway to worlds beyond our own, created by eldritch wizardry and invoked by strange creatures hidden away on uncharted islands in the South Pacific?
Perhaps it's a message from the future, an instruction to mankind to uplift humanity to a higher state of being.
Or maybe it's just an addictive endurance run game from Digital Eel.
BRAINPIPE is a unique gaming experience. The ultimate objective is to transcend humanity. You do this by navigating the tunnels of your mind, exercising your hand-eye coordination while relishing in the funkadelic sights and sounds of your inner self. Collect the illuminated glyphs while avoiding the nasty obstacles. They may look all nice and shiny, even warm and inviting, but each brush with them brings you one step closer to eternal darkness!
BRAINPIPE is also an easy game to play, hearkening back to the classic arcade games of yesteryear. A one click interface keeps you focused on the action, instead of searching for the right key to press, and is a perfect complement to the soothing audio and visuals.
Are you ready for a trip beyond space?
Experience BRAINPIPE today!
Single-player arcade action with a psychedelic twist from the masters of trippy computer gaming, Digital Eel.
Relive the '60s and '70s without getting hassled by The Man.
One click intuitive interface that will have you playing in seconds.
Ten levels of ramping perplexity and oddness.
Eight distracting obstacles to avoid.
Spinning glyphs to collect, including the awesome UNHUMANITY golden glyph! Transcend your humanity and reveal your true self!
Relaxing colorful three dimensional visuals race through your mind.
Hypnotic sound and music featuring Eelmix sound management.
Creepy eyeball buttons.
Playable full screen or windowed.
Mouse, joystick, and gamepad support.
80 / 10004.0
While on a well deserved vacation, Professor Fizzwizzle's investigation of a strange volcano has landed him in a Molten Mystery! Now it's up to you to master exciting new gadgets, outwit the Bat-Bots, and vanquish a truly cunning villain! Can the professor count on you to help? With over 200 levels spanning 3 difficulties (kids, regular, and advanced) Professor Fizzwizzle can keep an entire family occupied for hours of skill-building and problem-solving!
Not only are these Yumsters crazy for strawberries, they can rock the bongos. For the love of fruity music, help them earn money by cleaning gardens to promote their band. To really skyrocket, Yumsters need the best equipment to win the ultimate grand prize at the fairy town music showdown. Get fruitilicious in five vibrant locations of Yumsters 2, a sweet Match 3 puzzler.
Meet Chaos Theory! A balanced mix of arcade gameplay and challenging physics-based puzzle solving.The main objective in Chaos Theory is to fill "Collectors" with magnetically charged particles. Those particles move freely in the environment and are influenced by other objects and their magnetic forces. Attract free particles, bind them to objects, and shoot them onto the Collectors to finish a level.
Chains is a challenging puzzle game with a unique feel and distinctive vector graphics style. The object of the game is simple - to link adjacent bubbles of the same color into chains. As you progress through the physics-driven stages it becomes increasingly more challenging and players' speed, strategy and skill will be put to the test.
60 / 10003.0
Vertex Dispenser is an abstract real-time strategy game with mathematical puzzle elements. Move around a geometric surface and lay claim to your territory. Protect it by capturing solid faces for defense. Manipulate the colours of your vertices to gain power for special abilities. Balance your time between attacking, defending, expanding and colouring to survive and defeat your enemies.
Are you overwhelmed at work? Dutifully doing the day-to-day but stressed by the systematic strain of your routine? Enter the world of Zenerchi, a new game that puts a peaceful twist on the classic three-in-a-row game play. Swap the pressured pace of most three-in-a-rows for a meditative mind game which alternates between calm, flowing levels and delightfully complex puzzles. Find your zen as you match the vibrantly colored rings, filling your color containers one color hue at a time and eventually encountering your inner chi.
Dinner Date is a short, experimental first-person computer game made by Dutch game designer Jeroen D. Stout. It was first released digitally through Stout Games own website. Four months later (March 1, 2011) it was released on Steam. Just like some other indie games (e.g. Dear Esther or The Graveyard) its status as a video game has been disputed, as it requires minimal interaction and the few small choices you make are of no consequence to the story. It does, however, give the player the opportunity to eat, drink and smoke whenever the player wants to, as long as the time isn't up.
50 / 10012.5
Help Alex navigate a bustling urban landscape as she frantically searches for her former Iron Roses™ band mates and tries to convince them to enter the upcoming "Battle of the Bands". Track down lost equipment, interact with intriguing characters, and use all of your problem solving skills as you make the long, hard climb to the top!
Join Super Granny and her friends, Kamila and Margaret, as they set out to rescue their missing kitties in this all-new, globe-trotting adventure! Run, dig, climb and explore your way through more than 160 levels in 6 unique settings, play the all-new side-by-side cooperative multiplayer mode, or create your own adventure!
In the award winning game ItzaBitza , drawings truly come to life. Kids help their Sketchy by using Living Ink - a unique drawing recognition system – to draw one-of-a kind interactive objects that form the centerpiece of the game's action. Draw a house and watch the character shrink to fit in the door; draw flames and watch the rocket ship they drew blast off.
The game provides a totally unique experience every time it is played. Since the environment is created through each player's personal drawings, the possibilities are as endless and fantastic as the player’s imagination. The game comes with five themed playsets – "Home Sweet Home", "Let’s go Camping", "Play in Space", "A Farm Life", and perfect for Halloween – "A VERY Scary Haunted House." Players unlock playsets by winning star challenges.
ItzaBitza is more than just a fun game. The game has been crafted specifically for early-readers. In ItzaBitza, players who are just learning to read start out having a blast watching the whimsical reactions happen between their drawings and their Sketchy. Then all of a sudden, they need to read to win a star. Or to know what to draw so they can help their Sketchy. Parents will be delighted by the game's ability to enhance their child's self-confidence. Unlike some games that leave younger players frustrated by their difficulty and lack of assistance, ItzaBitza provides features to guide children even when faced with unfamiliar concepts. If an early-reader encounters a new word, it can be read aloud to them with the simple act of hovering the mouse over the word.
Through a delightful twist on drawing games, ItzaBitza introduces a new way for kids to game and while they are playing, really important learning is happening. New methods to engage children, discovered during a multi-year research project conducted by Microsoft Corporation, are fused into the game's design, yielding a unique experience that encourages fun and learning.
Third Eye Crime is a stealth puzzle game featuring Rothko, a smooth-talking criminal who can telepathically predict where enemies will move to attempt to thwart his heists. Players must rely on skill and their “third eye” to deftly make an escape. Third Eye Crime was created by AAA-turned-indie developers Moonshot Games, harnessing years of design expertise at Bungie on successful titles in the Halo series to create a fully independent, cinematic experience.