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Magical Jewelry ~メルーの冒険~

Magic Jewlery is a puzzle based platformer from Japanese freeware game developer Many. It features a little witch who has the ability to create magic boulders and place them in front of herself. The object of the game is to use her magic boulders to reach the gems that are sprinkled about each stage. The basic mechanics of the game are pretty simple and it doesn’t take very long at all to become proficient and magical boulder creation.…

Maho-Shu

Cutesy little side scrolling shooter based on anime series Purikyua. It’s a fan-made game and isn’t endorsed of part of the official canon of the series, which by the way is aimed at little girls. With the aside, the Maho-Shu is a freeware title and is enjoyable enough to warrant that hefty price tag.

You select between two different characters with slightly different attributes (in practice they are about the same) and get to blasting the shit out of everything.…

Blue Tights 青いタイツ

For the first time in a very long time a game made me gave me a case of the “what the fuck?”s. Literally. I opened up this game and said “what the fuuuuuck?” as soon as the gameplay started. My wife was all like “stop talking to your computer, you know it can’t hear you”, so I was all like “go make me a turkey pot pie!”…

Excelsior, Phase One

Excelsior, Phase One is the first of two freeware role playing games produced by 11th Dimension Entertainment. The first game is reminiscent of the early Ultima games, while the second installment looks and plays more like one of the later entries in the Ultima series. In my humble and often disregarded opinion, Excelsior Phase One trumps the lot. Well maybe it doesn’t quite “trump” the Ultima series, but it is definitely on the same level.…