Puzzle Games

Home Sheep Home

Home Sheep Home

Oh to be a sheep. Long days spend mindlessly grazing in fields, falling over, and generally not having to worry about your personal hygiene. Sheep don't even have to worry about the changing of the seasons since they are naturally insulated in the winter and usually shaved for free in the summer season, saving money on personal grooming that can be better spent on the rent or bills that they also don't have to pay, mainly because animals aren't bound by monetary restrictions, opposable thumbs, or higher thought. You can't help but feel a little sorry for Shaun, Timmy, and Shirley, the central characters of physics puzzle platform masterpiece Home Sheep Home that simply want to get back to their barn with your kind and thoughtful guidance.

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Knightfall 2

Knightfall 2

Good puzzle games are hard to come by, and that is why the Knightfall series is one of our favorite guilty pleasures when it comes sneaking off in a little corner of the office to play a quick game or two. The concept is simple, move things around in a block grid by simply destroying blocks. Gravity pulls everything down and you must twist the board left and right in order to get everything falling in just the way you want to. The logic is simple, the execution is artistically done, and most importantly, the resulting gameplay is nothing short of addictive.

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Minty Fresh Adventure

Minty Fresh Adventure

The My Little Pony Friendship is Magic series is not only a favorite among kids, teens and old-school pony fans alike, it is also a popular choice for internet memes. And with memes, the all new fan-created characters tend to flourish with great popularity and acceptance with the show’s fans. One game which features characters from such fan-made lore is Minty Fresh Adventure.

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Monkey go Happy 5

Monkey go Happy 5

The Monkey Go Happy series of games have long brought the world some entertainment of the alternative kind, with several titles to its name, each based on the unusual premise of solving a series of random, unrelated puzzles in order to cheer up a monkey that always looks as if he is about to break into tears. We haven't ever been told why the monkey is sad, but the whole fun of the game is that we must just accept that he is and solve the puzzles in order to cheer him up.

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