This week’s Time Waster is a browser puzzle game called FL!IP that mixes up the genre with some intersting mechanics and ideas.
This week Billy is checking out a puzzle platforming game called Colorblind – An Eye for An Eye, and it looks to be a good one.
This week Billy is checking out a chess game called Zen Chess: Mate in One, but it isn’t quite the same as a normal game of chess. Besides, you can watch Billy the time waster make some amazing chessboard victories in just one move, like magic, sort of, in a way.
I’m finally off my new smartphone high this week and am returning to browser games. This is always where the heart of the Time Waster has been, and this week we look at There’s Just One Boss, a clever game whose title is slightly deceiving.
The X-Files: Deep State mobile game allows players to become an FBI agent trying to solve spooky cases like Mulder and Scully do in the show. With a classic mix of hidden object and mystery gameplay, this is one of the most fun mobile titles we’ve played in a long time.
You can think of ChromaGun as a deep puzzle game with a great physics engine backing it. Or, you could consider it a clone of Portal with a few added and colorful features. Both descriptions would be correct.
Although not a new game by any means, porting Human: Fall Flat over to the Nintendo Switch is breathing new life into this awesome puzzle adventure. And if you can bring a friend along to fall together, it more than doubles your fun.
The Impossible Quizmas is up this week as Billy looks to celebrate the holiday with an equally festive-themed distraction.
This week our Time Waster is checking out Darkest Hunters, a game that got its start on mobile devices and is now available on PC.
This week There Is No Game is the non-game that our local Time Waster found to entertain himself during his abundance of spare time.