Jasmine & Jack
A wonderful spot the differences game. Help Jasmine & Jack explore the park and watch their exciting adventures! Each play will show new differences and branch into several different stories!
Acorn Factory is a physics simulation game. Your job is to send acorns to the goal using different machines, such as pushers and rotators. Click on their red buttons to activate them. By the way, why don't you create your own levels and share them with the world with the built-in level editor?
Unscramble The Palindromes...Plus! Now with more palindromes, including palindrome phrases and better re-play features.
Kids Bedroom Hidden Objects
You will be given a list of toys and other objects which you must find as fast as possible in this fun hidden objects game. Different styles of gameplay include starting with a full list of objects to find, or being shown one object at a time with a fast game timer requiring you to find it before time runs out.
Snail Bob 4: Space
Shoot Snail Bob into space in this awesome new puzzle physics game! Put on your space suit and join Snail Bob on another crazy mission to save the planet!
ClickPLAY Quickfire 3
Prepare for even more random puzzles to find even more hidden play buttons in the latest instalment of the ClickPLAY series.
One and One Story
The story of a boy, the story of a girl, the story of both: One and One Story, a game about love, pain and life. One and One Story is not your common platformer. Watch the gameplay change as the protagonists face the euphoria and trials of their relationship.
Your castle is under siege! Use your brain and everything else to stop the enemies in this amazing funny physics-based puzzle with nice graphics and exclusive music!
The object of the game is to assemble molecules from compound atoms by sliding the atoms around. This has to be done in a set time limit for each level. The screen contains a small preview window showing what each molecule should look like. The tile-based playing field contains a number of atom blocks, as well as walls. You can move an atom around by selecting it, and moving it up, down, left, or right.