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…I Wish I Were The Moon?

I Wish I Were The Moon

If you enjoyed Majesty of Colors, then I Wish I Were The Moon should be right up your alley.

The goal of the ‘game’ is to find all eight possible endings for the strange love triangle (and one ‘secret’ ending) by taking a snapshot of something and then moving it around on the screen.

The graphics and sounds are rather simple (though soothing) and the goal is more about discovery than ‘beating’ the game, so if you enjoy a game that is as much art as it is game, then see if you can solve this puzzle.

[I Wish I Were The Moon]

[Via: Neatorama]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Pencil Rebel?

Pencil Rebel

Grzegorz Kozakiewicz’s Pencil Rebel is made with “Interactive Mixed Media Web Design”, which basically means that he takes cardboard, clay, and whatever else he can find lying around the house and turns it into a website.

Forget Web 2.0; this is Web 0.5, but it’s fantastic, and it shows what’s possible with a ton of imagination, a fair amount of skill with an X-acto knife, and lots and lots of patience.

The goal is to work your way through the puzzle, finding places and secrets along the way, but the journey is definitely greater than the goal, and you’ll enjoy the neat little touches that he added in along the way.

[Pencil Rebel]

…It’s TGI Friday: Robokill: Titan Prime?

Robokill: Titan Prime

Robokill: Titan Prime isn’t a game for strategists that like to pick and prod their way through complicated levels filled with puzzles and mazes.

Robokill: Titan Prime is however a game for shoot ‘em up gamers that love to buy the biggest guns possible and blast their way through entire rooms full of baddies.

Done in top down style, and filled with fantastic level design, engaging enemy personalities, and RPGish weapon upgrades, Robokill: Titan Prime is guaranteed to keep you fighting for survival for hours at a time with guns ablazin’.

[Robokill: Titan Prime]

[Via: Rock, Paper, Shotgun]

…It’s TGI Friday: Chronotron?

Chronotron

If you liked Cursor*10, then be sure to check out Chronotron, a game that lets you interact with your past self to get through different puzzle levels.

Though Chronotron only has you interacting with one version of your past self, it adds paradoxes into the mix that throw off the space-time continuum and force you to start over.

Are you ready to go back to the future?

[Kongregate – Chronotron]

[Via: Neatorama]

…MEET IN is short and sweet?

MEET IN

MEET IN ver.0 is a short and ‘cute’ game that puts you in charge of four separate people on four separate parts of the screen.

The goal is for them to all meet in one area, but you’ll need to solve a few puzzles first to get them there.

It’s an interesting idea that definitely has some possibility for the future, when the creator “may upgrade it with more gimmicks”.

[MEET IN ver.0]

[Via: Kotaku]