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…It’s TGI Friday: Colour My World?

Colour My World

Colour My World is a beautiful game that puts you in control of a stick figure and his quest to meet up with the girl at the coffee shop. To get there, you must run through a hand-drawn world and return color to it by clicking your mouse on shiny things and solving puzzles along the way.

It’s definitely not the most challenging game, but it is fun to play, and the visual style is very unique, so give it a try and see if you can colour the world.

[Colour My World]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…It’s TGI Friday: (Don’t) Save the Princess?

Don't Save The Princess

(Don’t) Save the Princess! is an indie game that will have long time gamers scratching their heads, since the goal of any game is usually to get the girl.

In DSTP though, the goal is to thwart the knight’s efforts and send him to his doom via the open mouth of your pet monster.

The game itself includes 24 levels, but there’s also a level editor so that you can come up with your own unique and challenging ways to not save the princess.

Just don’t let her lure you in…

[(Don’t) Save The Princess]

[Via: Offworld]

…Cursor*10 is crazy?


Despite its simplicity, Cursor*10 is actually an incredibly innovative and challenging game.

To win, you must partner with yourself.

You’re given 10 cursors, and each cursor lasts for a certain amount of time. Then, on the next round, you are put in control of a brand new cursor, but your old cursor is still there, and it does the same thing that you did with it in the last round.

If it sounds confusing, that’s just because it’s difficult to explain, but once you give it a shot, you’ll quickly get the hang of it, and then you’ll soon see the genius behind the idea.

Tip: Click on the pyramids for extra points.


[Via: Kotaku]