Heron: Steam Machine
Heron: Steam Machine is a game about a factory where rubber duckies are being produced by a large steam engine. On this steam engine, there are four different gauges which you will have to watch carefully. These gauges represent steam, electricity, water and oil. When the gauges start to rise, you will have to connect a pipe with the color corresponding with the gauge. By connecting the pipes, you will earn points and relieve some of the pressure, keeping the machine running just a little bit longer! If one of the gauges reaches it's maximum, the machine will eventually blow up, and the game is over. Heron: Steam Machine is currently available on WiiWare and iPhone.
Cargo Bridge 2
The Cargo Bridge is back! Build a bridge and test your construction skills. Now, there are more levels, more bridge connections, more cargo and more fun!
Easy to play, relaxing puzzle with a musical twist. The aim is to remove as many lines as possible.
Cut the Monster
No one likes monsters! Here you have a chance to cut them using lasers. Play that fun physics games with puzzle elements using your mouse.
Devil Blocks 2
Send the devil back to hell. Now with more level of exciting fun. Click on green to destroy them. You can move the blue one and the yellow block will open your way every 3 seconds.
Monkey GO Happy 4
The hugely popular Monkey GO Happy game is back with a fourth installment! Solve puzzles, shoot stuff and more!
Illuminate your way through 25 levels in this unique physics puzzler. Using ball physics, you complete levels by illuminate all the lights. You only have three balls per level, so careful aim and attention to surroundings is key.
Bloons 2: Christmas Expansion
Get into the Christmas spirit with this special festive season themed pack of all new Bloons 2 levels! Bloons 2 Christmas Pack contains all new levels and special Christmas themed graphics and 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.