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Daymare Town 4

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle   14 comments - September 10, 2013

Daymare Town 4

Good news for all Mateusz Skutnik fans, after almost three years, the long wait is finally over!

Daymare Town 4 is the latest in the Daymare Town series of Point’n’click, Puzzle games developed by Mateusz Skutnik.

Again you need to walk through this strange land and solve puzzles to make your way out.

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 4.24

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Daymare Town 3

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Video walkthrough   36 comments - March 30, 2010

Good news for all Mateusz Skutnik fans, after almost two years, the long wait is finally over and  Daymare Town 3 is live!

“Didn’t we just escape from that hellish town in a hot air balloon at the end of Daymare Town 2?… Well.

It couldn’t be THAT easy, don’t you agree? So as we return to the daymare, one question arises: what the hell happened???”

Your first mission: find a way to get out from the hospital!

Have fun!

Play Daymare Town 1

Play Daymare Town 2

Daymare Town 3 video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.72

Daymare Town 2

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   56 comments - May 31, 2008

Daymare Town 2Daymare Town 2Good news for all Mateusz Skutnik’s games today, Daymare Town 2 is live!

“Can you escape the nightmare of a day…again?… In this game we return to the oddities of the daymare town. Meet more characters, solve puzzles, try to get out… if you dare…”

This second episode includes a high scores table, so look for coins and grab them all! Don’t forget to check out the first episode in case you miss it!

Have fun!

Daymare Town 2 walkthroughs here and there
(thanks pOlo and Emina!)

By Eric

current rating 4.76

Daymare Town

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   52 comments - July 25, 2007

Daymare TownDaymare TownJust a week after the release of Covert Front, Mateusz Skutnik made a new announcement today in his newsletter:

“it’s been a week since release of Covert Front. It’s time to spice things up. You’ve played Submachine, You’ve played Covert Front, now it’s time for something completely new and unforeseen: Daymare Town.

Sketchy outline-only drawings give stranger look to the gameplay and create a bit of minimal atmosphere. Add creepy sounds and twisted story and you get the picture.

DMT is the hardest puzzle game I made so far. It’s really nasty, so be warned. It’s for advanced Point’n’Click gamers. There is no cliffhanger at the end, but just try to get to that end.”

You’ve been forewarned (Oh, and the TAB key is your friend in this one…).

Have fun!

Daymare Town walkthrough (thanks ben!)

By Eric

current rating 4.79

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Daymare Cat

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Platform, Puzzle   4 comments - June 24, 2013

Daymare Cat

Good news for all Mateusz Skutnik’s games today, Daymare Cat is live!

Use the arrow keys to move and interact with objects in this Platform, Puzzle game.

Solve puzzles and find keys as you make your way through.

Have fun!

By White Wolf

current rating 4.57

10 Gnomes, part 1: the Rooftops

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Hidden Object, Online, Others, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   26 comments - February 5, 2008

10 GnomesJust found on Mateusz Skutnik’s Blog: “For all of You that enjoyed search for secret items in Submachines, or the bird quest in DayMare Town. This is a game created entirely on the idea of finding hidden Gnomes. You have 10 minutes to find 10 Gnomes – navigate via the normal point and click manner.” Have fun!

10 Gnomes, part 1: the Rooftops walkthrough in comment #19 (thanks Pinwheel!)

By Eric

current rating 3.91

Best Developers of 2007: Top 12

Categories: Awards   4 comments - January 2, 2008

1st Annual Awards1st Annual AwardsA big thank you to everyone that cast a vote in the 2007 Best Developers of the Year.

We are pleased to announce that nearly 5000 votes have been cast since you started voting for your favorite developers.

Without further ado, here are the 12 finalists you picked as the Best Developers of 2007 in their category, ranked by total votes received!

Room Escape games

Paskapet (Russia) – Best Developer 2007 (Room Escape games)

Escape Orange RoomBest Developer 2007 - GoldPaskapet is a very prolific Flash game developer from Russia, who has released six Room Escape games in the last eight months! After the release of Escape Library, Paskapet made five games in the “Colored Rooms” series, Escape Pink Room, Magenta Room, Green Room, Orange Room and Turquoise Room.

Rodrigo Roesler (Brazil)

Trapped - The White RabbitBest Developer 2007 - SilverRodrigo Roesler is a Web designer and a Flash game developer from Brazil. He released Trapped – The White Rabbit last September, the first installment of a very promising trilogy of Point’n’Click adventure and Escape games. The second installment, The Dark, is now live!

Shawn Tanner (U.S.A.)

Escape the PhoneboothBest Developer 2007 - BronzeShawn Tanner is the author of several popular flash games and the Webmaster of Afro-Ninja Productions. Shawn released three Room Escape games this year in his very popular Escape series: Escape the Car, Escape the Closet and Escape the Phone Booth.

Point’n’Click/Adventure games

Bernd Mattiebe (Germany) – Best Developer 2007 (Adventure games)

WoggerBest Developer 2007 - GoldBernd Mattiebe is a German artist and designer. He is also the man who gave life last year to Wogger, a cute red alien. Since then, he has created over 100 chapters for the Wogger Mini series that more and more people enjoy playing every week.

Federico Rutenberg (Argentina)

EsklavosBest Developer 2007 - SilverFederico Rutenberg released the first chapter of Esklavos last April. Esklavos is a Point’n’Click Adventure series involving two young aliens. Since then, he has created 9 more chapters and Esklavos is quickly becoming popular series.

Mateusz Skutnik (Poland)

Covert FrontBest Developer 2007 - BronzeMateusz Skutnik defines himself as a Flash games architect and a graphic novel artist. His best known adventure/escape series so far is Submachine (with two new chapters this year, Submachine 4 and FLF). He also started two new adventure series this year, Covert Front and Daymare Town. The author is now developing “Submachine 5: the Root” that should be released in January.

Puzzle games

Bart Bonte (Belgium) – Best Developer 2007 (Puzzle games)

Factory BallsBest Developer 2007 - GoldBart Bonte is a Flash developer from Belgium who has already developed successful games. More well known for his Room Escape games (the Bonte Room series, A bark in the Dark, Loose the Moose), Bart released several puzzle games in 2007, such as Fields of Logic, Chicken Grow and more recently, Factory Balls.

Yoshio Ishii (Japan)

Hoshi Saga 2Best Developer 2007 - SilverFrom japan, Yoshio Ishii has been designing Flash games for several years now. He is well known for his Neko Series, a series of games involving cats. In 2007, he decided to focus on creating puzzle games, and released some very creative games such as Plupon, the amazing Hoshi Saga series, and more recently, Slidon.

Stephen Harris (New Zealand)

BloonsBest Developer 2007 - BronzeStephen Harris is the author of the Bloons series and many other successful games. The original Bloons game was released last March and became an instant hit. Since then, Stephen has created Bloons World, a site dedicated to Bloons fans, two “Bloons” Tower Defense games, and a few other puzzle/skill games!

Action/Platform/Skill games

John Cooney (U.S.A.) – Best Developer 2007 (Action/Skill games)

Ball Revamped 5Best Developer 2007 - GoldJohn Cooney is very well known in the Flash gaming community for his Ball Revamped and Four Second series. He released many new games this year, such as Scribble 2, Luminara, Ball Revamped 5 or Ocean Explorer to name a few. Now working full time at ArmorGames, you can expect more creative games from this guy!

WeCreateStuff (Israel)

Portal: The Flash VersionBest Developer 2007 - SilverWeCreateStuff defines itself as a group of (young) nerds with way too much free time. They released Portal: The Flash Version last October, a awesome Flash 2D version of the first person action/puzzle game developed by Valve.

Joel Esler (Australia)

FoldBest Developer 2007 - BronzeJoel Esler is a Flash game developer from Australia. Last September, he uploaded at Kongregate his first game, a physics-based platformer named Manifold. Even though Manifold was only a demo, it was an instant hit. After a few weeks, Joel released Fold, a full version of his previous game with much more challenging levels!

2007 Top 10 Developers in the category Adventure games

Categories: Awards   4 comments - December 13, 2007

Here at FreeGamesNews, we love free browser-based games. The end of the year is coming soon, and it’s time for YOU to cast your vote for the Best Developers of the year in our first annual FreeGamesNews Awards.

Here are the 10 nominees in the category Best Adventure games Developers of 2007, in alphabetical order:

Aztec (Japan)

Dr DokkoyAztec is a Flash Adventure/Escape games designer from Japan. Between June and December 07, Aztec released four unique and superbly crafted games, Shrine (Jinja), Escape from Island, Escape from Octlien and Dr Dokkoy.

Anders Gustafsson (Swede)

GatewayAnders Gustafsson is an independent developer from Swede who mainly works with film and game production. He is well known in the Flash games community for his very popular Point’n’Click Adventure series Gateway. The second installment in the series was released last March.

Gionatan Iasio (Italy)

WarbearsGionatan Iasio is a Flash games designer from Italy and the brilliant mind behind the Warbears series. Warbears Mission 2 and Mission 3 were released this year, and the author is already working on the upcoming fourth installment in the series, “Underwater”.

Makibishi Studio

Makibishi ComicMakibishi Comic is a very creative and original Point’n’Click adventure game created by Makibishi Studio of Japan (their site really deserves a visit!) Makibishi Comic is loaded with fascinating artwork and the overall quality is impressive!

Bernd Mattiebe (Germany)

WoggerBernd Mattiebe is a German artist and designer. He is also the man who gave life last year to Wogger, a cute red alien. Since then, he has created over 100 chapters for the Wogger Mini series that more and more people enjoy playing every week.

Dan Russell-Pinson (U.S.A.)

Tipping PointDan Russell-Pinson has been programming since the early 80’, but he only started learning Flash a few months ago. Last August, he released the first chapter of Tipping Point, a very promising series of adventure games, and the second chapter went live a few weeks ago.

Federico Rutenberg (Argentina)

EsklavosFederico Rutenberg released the first chapter of Esklavos last April. Esklavos is a Point’n’Click Adventure series involving two young aliens. Since then, he has created 9 more chapters and Esklavos is quickly becoming popular series.

On (Japan)

Dwarf CompleteOn of Eyezmaze, the creator of the hugely popular Grow series has released several games this year, with major hits like Dwarf Complete or Grow Island, along with a few others like Neighbours, Grow Nano vol.2 and Galves Adventure.

Mateusz Skutnik (Poland)

Covert FrontMateusz Skutnik defines himself as a Flash games architect and a graphic novel artist. His best known adventure/escape series so far is Submachine (with two new chapters this year, Submachine 4 and FLF). He also started two new adventure series this year, Covert Front and Daymare Town. The author is now developing “Submachine 5: the Root” that should be released in January.

Trickysheep (New Zealand)

Anika OdysseyTrickysheep is a digital publisher based in New Zealand. The 21st of November, they released Anika’s Odyssey – Land of the Taniwha, “a magical adventure deep into a lush and enchanted land”. The game was coded by Jeff Nusz, the author of another original adventure game released this year, Sprout, with art by Tom Robinson.

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