Link Dump Friday №89
So what if I told you I know a secret that you don't know? And what if I told you there was no way you could ever find out? Not even if you played every game below to completion, found some sort of hidden message at the end, compiled them into a single word and wrote that word on a piece of paper and put it in a bottle and tossed it out to sea. Nope, that would never work. The secret is mine!
- Robo-Evolution - From the creator of the Moai games comes another simple (but less wacky) arcade-style time waster. Roll over items to add them to your queue, eventually building new parts for your body. Once you grab a few legs items (combs, RAM chips, etc.), for example, you get a nice set of workable legs! Very Katamari-esque.
- Super Stacker - A fun little physics puzzle game where your only goal is to stack shapes and keep them stable for a set amount of time. Pieces appear at your cursor in the order shown at the top of the screen. Gently place them and, when the last block is set, the clock starts ticking. Cross your fingers and hope gravity is on your side.
- The Short Term Memory Checker - From the creator of the room escape game Vision comes a simple, no-frills brain teaser. You are shown a handful of items. When you've memorized them, click "OK" to fill the screen with tons of other objects. Now pick out the ones you memorized. As you progress, more and more items appear for you to commit to memory. You'll come up with some great mnemonic stories for this one!
- Patchworkz! new levels - Originally reviewed back in March, the jigsaw-esque game of pattern completion is back with brand new levels to complete. Compete against other players trying to fill in their own "quilts" at the same time to see who is the fastest.