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Sugar Sugar

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Physics, Puzzle   62 comments - February 26, 2011

Sugar Sugar is the latest physics-based puzzle game from Belgium developer Bart Bonte.

“Draw and get enough sugar in the cups! Complete all 30 levels to unlock the bonus freeplay mode.”

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.78

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Factory Balls – Christmas Edition

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   10 comments - December 13, 2010

Bart Bonte has just released Factory Balls – Christmas Edition, the fourth installment in his popular puzzle series Factory Balls. “Drag and drop a ball from the Christmas tree over the tools to produce the correct Christmas ball in each level! Complete all the levels, and you can jingle all the way!” Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.55

Me and the Key 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   5 comments - November 10, 2010

Good news for Bart Bonte fans: his latest game, Me and the Key 2 is live!

Just like its predecessorMe and the Key 2 features 25 levels of varying difficulty in which you have to find a key (a bit like in Kagi Nochi Tobira series, but with no doors!).

Me and the Key 2 is as good as Me and the Key; that being said, it won’t really challenge you, but it’s still enjoyable to play!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.51

Klikwerk

Categories: 5 minute, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Others    - May 27, 2010

Klikwerk is a fast-paced game from Bart Bonte, the author of the Factory Balls puzzle series. Your goal here is to “remove all the items as quickly as possible, by pointing, clicking, dragging, dropping and hitting the spacebar, as you are told”. Score over 30,000 points for a crazy bonus level! Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.17

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Factory Balls 3

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle, Video walkthrough   8 comments - February 4, 2010

Factory Balls 3Factory Balls 3Bart Bonte has just released Factory Balls 3, the third installment in his popular puzzle series Factory Balls.

Just like its two predecessors, Factory Balls 3 is a series of mini puzzles (30 in total) in which you need to drag and drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball.

If you enjoyed Factory Balls, if you loved Factory Balls 2, well I can assure you won’t be disappointed in any way with Factory Balls 3!

Have fun!

Factory Balls 3 levels 1-15 video walkthrough!
Factory Balls 3 levels 16-30 video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.61

Full Moon

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle   30 comments - October 20, 2009

Full MoonFull Moon, the latest puzzle game from Bart Bonte (The Bonte Room, Factory balls) , is live! “The fullest moon, a rabbit with desires, can you bring satisfaction? Explore, point, click, drag, drop!” Very cool and nice game, on the easy side, but too bad it’s so short! Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.26

Me and the Key

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle, Skill, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough   66 comments - April 8, 2009

Me and the KeyMe and the KeyGood news for Bart Bonte fans: his latest game, Me and the Key is live!

After Duck: Think Outside the FlockFields of Logic and Seen on Screen, Me and the Key is the fourth collection of mini-games from the author.

Me and the Key features 25 levels of varying difficulty in which you have to find a key (a bit like in Kagi Nochi Tobira series, but with no doors!).

The overall result is an interesting blend of puzzle games  and arcade skills games, but for veteran players, Me and the Key might appear to be too easy to complete.

Have fun!

Me and the Key walkthrough
(thanks fiddle_and_herman!)
Me and the Key video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 3.36

Factory Balls 2

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough   33 comments - October 30, 2008

Factory Balls 2Factory Balls 2Bart Bonte has just released Factory Balls 2, a sequel to his puzzle game Factory Balls.

Just like its predecessor, Factory Balls 2 is a series of mini puzzles in which you need to drag and drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball.

If you like the original game, you will enjoy this one as well: with 30 news levels to complete, it should keep you busy for at least 15 minutes!

Have fun!

Factory Balls 2 walkthrough (thanks Reka!)

Factory Balls 2 video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.46

Doggnation

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   22 comments - March 18, 2008

DoggnationDoggnationDoggnation is a new puzzle game created by Bart Bonte, the author of Factory Balls and A Bark in the Dark.

Intro: “Once upon a time there was a peaceful nation of “doggs” they were living in a small castle that could use a little upgrade. Will you help these “doggs” to upgrade their castle? In each level, doggs will walk to the castle; just make them bring the needed blocks.”

Doggnation features 50 levels that take looong time to complete!

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.50

Best Developer of 2007: and the winner is…

Categories: Awards   10 comments - January 16, 2008

Best Developer 2007WoggerThanks to all of you who voted for their favorite developers for 2007! The vote is now over, and the undisputed winner with more that one-third of the votes is… Bernd Mattiebe!

As I’m writing this, Bernd’s most famous site, Woggerworld, has been hacked and has been temporarily taken down :-( This is a bad news for the whole Wogger community and we should give him all the support we can and hope his site will be up and running again soon!

Paskapet finished second in the competition and Mateusz Skutnik and Rodrigo Roesler are third ex-aequo!

Congrats to all our winners and to all the nominees!

Final Results:

1 – Bernd Mattiebe 37.9%
2 – Paskapet 19.6%
3 ex-aequo – Mateusz Skutnik / Rodrigo Roesler
9.3%
5 – Bart Bonte 7.1%
6 – Stephen Harris 3.7%
7 ex-aequo – Federico Rutenberg / Yoshio Ishii 2.9%
9 –Joel Esler 2.7%
10 – Shawn Tanner 1.9%
11 – John Cooney 1.4%
12 – WeCreateStuff 1.1%

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 Puzzle games

Categories: Awards    - 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 Puzzle games Developers of 2007, in alphabetical order:

Bart Bonte (Belgium)

Factory BallsBart 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.

Damien Clarke (Australia)

BloxorzDamien Clarke is a Flash game designer from Australia. Many of his games are co-sponsored by several major games portals, which is a sign of quality. The author has released two excellent puzzle games this year, Silversphere and Bloxorz.

Creative Units (Germany)

ExcitCreative Units is a German development and games design company that created Excit earlier this year. Excit is a very nice viral Flash game that borrows from RoadBlocks and its clone Orbox B heavily, but it takes the original idea to a whole new level!

GamePure (Japan)

Micro ArtGamePure is a Flash game design studio from Japan. GamePure has released many action games this year, such as Speed Cluster, Oshidama or the very cute Bound Bear series. They have also created a very unique Collapse-type game, Micro Art, impressive on many levels.

Stephen Harris (New Zealand)

BloonsStephen 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!

Yoshio Ishii (Japan)

Hoshi Saga 2From 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.

Taro Ito (Japan)

Chat NoirTaro Ito, the game designer behind Gamedesign, has released many games over the years, and this year was no different with four new puzzle game titles, Porolith Flash, The Four Color Problem, School Wars and Chat Noir.

Michael Le

Jelly BlocksWhen Michael Le from Canada released his puzzle game Jelly Blocks last summer, he certainly wasn’t expecting instant success. Jelly Blocks is so simple and absorbing that people can’t stop playing. And with 100 levels available to play, it can take a while to complete it.

Preloaded (U.K.)

LaunchballPreloaded is a London-based Web design agency. After CDX, a multi-episode adventure released last year, Preloaded is back in 2007 with LaunchBall, a new addictive Puzzle/Physics Flash game created for the Science Museum in London their new Launchpad gallery.

Adam Schroeder (U.S.A.)

Sola Rola - THe Gravity MazeAdam Schroeder is the creator of the very challenging and delightful puzzle game Sola Rola. He also released the third (and final?) installment in his Asteroids Revenge earlier this year, and is now co-working on Argue (About Everything) with a fellow developer, a multiplayer real-time strategy game set for release next year at Kongregate.

Factory Balls

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough   23 comments - October 4, 2007

Factory BallFactory BallFactory Balls is a new puzzle game created by Bart Bonte and one of the numerous entries to the 4h Casual Gameplay Design Competition run by Jayisgames.

Factory Balls is a series of 14 mini puzzles in which you need to drag and drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball.

Nicely done, Factory Balls is fun and very enjoyable… while it lasts: the game is not really challenging and is a bit short!

That being said, Factory Balls is an original game and I think a lot of fans would like to see a sequel with more levels and more randomly selected tools.

Have fun!

Update: Factory Balls walkthrough in comment #2 (thanks Xoke!)

Update: Factory Balls video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.07

A Bark in the Dark

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   30 comments - July 17, 2007

A Bark in the DarkA Bark in the DarkA Bark in the Dark is a new Room Escape game created by Bart Bonte, (The Bonte Room Series, Seen on Screen, Fields of Logic, Loose the Moose) for the third Casual Gameplay Flash Game Design Competition hosted at Jayisgames.

As usual with Bart Bonte’s work, A Bark in the Dark is nicely done and features only logical puzzles.

Not really difficult, A Bark in the Dark should keep you busy for 15 minutes or so.

Have fun!

Update: walkthrough in comment #3 (thanks Sara!)

By Eric

current rating 2.43

Loose the Moose

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   39 comments - May 30, 2007

Loose the MooseLoose the MooseLoose the Moose is the latest Room Escape game released by Bart Bonte, the author of the Bonte Room series, Seen on Screen and Fields of Logic.

“You find yourself dropped in a strange room once more, but are you smart enough this time to open the door…”

Watch everywhere closely, play with the Moose antlers, try to figure out how to open the safe, and catch the mouse!

Loose the Moose is not really easy (though certainly not really difficult) to complete. This one should keep you busy for at least 20 minutes, without using a walkthrough…

Have fun!

Update: walkthrough in comment #12 (thanks pOlo!)

By Eric

current rating 3.20

Chicken Grow

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle   14 comments - February 26, 2007

Chicken GrowChicken Grow is the latest Point’n’Click puzzle game released by Bart Bonte. Your goal is to feed your chicken with water and grains, as explained in the video. Use your Grain-o-grow Complicated Deluxe feeding machine, fill the bowl with water and voila! Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.61

Fields of Logic

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   41 comments - January 7, 2007

Fields of LogicFields of LogicLast October, Bart Bonte, the author of Bonte Room 1 & 2, released Seen on Screen, his first collection of very small puzzle games.

I wondered then if the game would be the first of a new series and we have today the answer with Fields of Logic:

“After ‘Seen on Screen’ it’s time for a brand new logical challenge. Complete all levels by using purely some logic.

Get your brain into shape and start using your logical skills!”

This second episode features 16 levels and is a bit more difficult that the original one.

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.71

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