Being the youngest is both rewarding and challenging. In some cases, being the youngest is more like being a curse especially if you got older brother and sister who know nothing but to take advantage of you and bully you all the time. Tree House Quest follows a story of a poor boy who just got bullied his elder brother and sister by taking over his Tree House. Now, in order to bring his Tree House back, he must prove to his older brother that he is not weak and he is strong enough to own it back. In order to do so, Jacob (the protagonist of the story) must set himself in an action packed journey. Who would have thought that this simple objective of reclaiming his tree house will take him to an exciting journey that is way far beyond his imagination? If you think you can help this poor little guy in accomplishing his mission, then feel free to play this game and see how far you can go.
The game starts off with a simple introduction that shows how your epic journey begins. Jacob was really upset about his brother and has become very eager for revenge. As far as the gameplay is concerned, Tree House Quest is seemingly inspired from Pokemon. The navigation and the battle system were both identical to the classic Pokemon but this game is somehow special and distinctive in its own right. Charming and entertaining! That is how I can perfectly describe this game and considering that this game was made in a limited time as an entry for the recently concluded Ludum Dare Challenge, the result was truly amazing. In the entire course of the game, the player will be asked to navigate the maze-like map, accept numerous quests and get rewards in return and of course, to fight against an overwhelming amount of enemies that you will encounter along the way.
Take note that your journey is not always about battle. Sometimes, it requires strategy and perfect timing. The dwarves area for an instance, will not require you to kill the them but to hide and prevent yourself from being caught. Once you got caught, you have no other option but to start again back from the very beginning which made the game a little bit frustrating. Bosses will also be encountered in selected areas so better be cautious. Jacob, by the way, is not armed with any weapon other than his Yo-Yo which is really an interesting approach that made this game light and child-friendly. Despite of the game’s apparent simplicity, Tree House Quest still offers a decent amount of challenge. With its well-polished gameplay, nostalgic animation, well-fitting sounds and a pinch of humor, Tree House Quest is indeed a game worth playing with! Good luck and have fun!
The title of the game may sounds so sweet and cute but you will be surprised that despite of showcasing a child-friendly theme at the very beginning, the game will prompt you to a very dark, very oppressive and very challenging. It is one twisted game that goes beyond any gamer’s expectations. The Fluffy Factory is generally a game of speed and your main objective is to get the highest score as possible and in order to do so, you must be able to manage your workforce effectively and efficiently and produce fluffy unicorns as many as possible without affecting the productivity of your labors. If you think that you are skillful enough to manage your Fluffy Factory effectively without putting your company into bankruptcy, then feel free to play this game and see how far your skills can take.
No further details were mentioned about the game but the theme is surprisingly shocking and dark. The Fluffy Factory is one twisted game. You are playing the role of a factory that produces fluffy unicorn dolls. However, the workforce you have in your factory is quite painful to watch. Apparently, you are forcing kids to work. The mechanics are very simple yet the player is strongly encouraged to exert the best of his visual reflexes and to show off his impressive eye and hand coordination in order to maximize your company’s survival. It is a game of speed that requires you to express your best clicking skills. As soon as the game begins, you will be prompted to an eerie factory. There will be a bunch of poor kids working on the sewing machine. As the owner, your job is to observe and to keep the production alive.
In front of you are three items, the lever, the medicine bottle and the whip. Each item has their own purpose and you must know how to use them wisely. The lever is used to eliminate those kids who sadly died during the production. The lever will put them in a bloody grinder. Medicine on the other hand is used to cure those children that are sick while Whip is used to whip kids who are caught sleeping. Although the theme is very dark, the game is surprisingly thrilling and frustratingly challenging. You are already lucky if you have reached 30 seconds in this game. It has a commendable replay value and it offers a decent amount of challenge for the gamers to enjoy! Good luck!
I guess the title of this game is clear enough to tell you the main objective in this simple yet surprisingly addictive action game. Get On Top is a One Button Game that is meant to be played by two players. Like the title connotes, your main objective is to outscore your opponents and be on top of the scorechart. The goal is to be the first one to score 11 in order to win. Gameplay wise, Get On Top will somehow reminds you of OttoOjala’s well acclaimed Wrestle Jump. OttoOjala is the game studio behind other popular single button two player games like Soccer Physics and Tug The Table. Get On Top, however, features a simplified mechanics and environment. Despite being a ripped-off from a much established game like Wrestle Jump, Get On Top is still special on its own right and still good enough to give you the kind of entertainment you want.
The mechanics for this game are very simple and in case you have played the Wrestle Jump, then you should know how this simple game works. As soon as the game begins, you will be prompted immediately to the gamefield. It features two stick man figures holding each other. They are both in a squat position by default. Keep in mind that this is a single button game which means, your character can only be controlled by a single key. There is a specified key on the keyboard assigned for each player. The Player 1 (Left) can move his character by pressing the W key while the Player 2 can manipulate the character’s motion by pressing the Up Arrow key. The goal is to wrestle against each other. Each must constantly hit their designated keys and try their best to push each other. When the player’s head, touches the ground, it will cost his opponent a point. Whoever gets eleven points will win the game.
Appearance wise, Get On Top has nothing really special to offer. It features a plain black screen with repetitive details and sounds. A background could have made the game a lot more alive and engaging but despite the missing details, Get On Top is still entertaining enough to be enjoyed. Some features that we hope to be added aside from the dynamically-changing background are interactive scorecharts, customization option and possibly and level by level game campaign. Overall, Get On Top ‘s two player gameplay is the game’s strongest point that despite of the simplicity, the game has an impressive replay value as the results are often based on the player’s skills and strategy. Have fun!
Remember those times when you were a little and you cannot stay alone in your room because of the fear that something is lurking in the shadows? Remember the time that you’re freaking out when the lights were turned off? Well, don’t worry you are not alone as we all came to such point and interestingly, this kind of childhood fear will be highlighted in this simple yet surprisingly tricky and challenging puzzle game entitled “Bedtime Fright”. It is a physics based puzzle game that will take you to a series of mind-boggling puzzles with varying range of difficulties. Your main objective is to take control of the poor little kid and guide him in every compartments of their house to close all the lights while avoiding the monsters at the same time.
The mechanics of the game are very simple and easily manageable yet the player is still encouraged to analyze each puzzle carefully before making any moves to maximize the chances of winning. Here’s how it works. As soon as the game begins, you will be prompted to a box-like room divided into multiple compartments. One of them serves as your bedroom where your dad will be waiting until you turned off all the lights to the rest of the rooms. In order to turn the lights off, you just have to pass through each room. Some rooms, however, has multiple lamps which means you have to pass through the room several times until all lamps were off. So what really makes the game challenging? Take note that once the light was turned off, you can no longer go back to the same room, otherwise, the monster will scare you and it will end your game immediately.
Therefore, you must visualize the puzzle carefully and look for the right pattern of movements. Luckily, the game has no time limit so you have enough time to analyze your moves. The game has 31 challenging levels to explore and the rate of difficulty is drastically increasing as you progress. Appearance wise, Bedtime Fright is presented in a retro-inspired environment. It is shown in a pixel-art environment that will somehow remind you of those classic games. Bedtime Fright is an engaging game that offers a decent amount of challenge and absolutely worth playing with. If you think you can help the little guy conquer his fear of dark, then feel free to play this game and see how far you can go!