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Last Build Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2017 02:07:56 -0500


Comment on "anachroma"

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 02:07:56 -0500

hey i really loved your work. thank you for such a piece of work

- afreen khan

Comment on "Spirits of Xanadu"

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 00:44:04 -0500

It's still on Steam as of January '17.

I come over here to see if there was a walkthrough or hints-- I'm stalled out.

- Infant Tyrone

Comment on "The Sandman"

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 19:19:03 -0500

I'm stuck at the Sandman's place.

Where can I get a tooth for the tooth fairy? He wont let me give him Sophie's and I need that coin >

- Bree IsAwkward

Comment on "Escape from Kilmainham Gaol"

Sun, 15 Jan 2017 22:14:20 -0500

how did everyone figure out the first step:

how to click the screws in the right order to get the panel off to reveal the 9 number panels?

i just couldn't figure it out and had to use the walkthrough

i didn't need to use the alarm lights like the walkthrough suggests. i could just see all the parts of the cell numbers without them for some reason

- catner

Comment on "Toya Room 2"

Sun, 15 Jan 2017 20:52:20 -0500

i think the 3 minute timer only pops up when

you place the 8 tile on the number put this tile on last! and you will have more time :)

- catner

Comment on "Support"

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 15:18:01 -0500

Yup, I always wondered if one gets notified by mail when these comments are replied. Send it to me here:

- nomyle

Comment on "Support"

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 14:30:45 -0500

Hi Noam,

thank you for your answer. I´ll send you some games and I´ll try to write reviews. Just one silly question - where shall I send them?


- chrpa

Comment on "Support"

Sat, 14 Jan 2017 08:45:03 -0500

Hi chrpa,

I'm glad that you still take interest in JIG, and that you still look for good games on the internet. You can list games and send them to me. Sadly, I don't have much time to search for games, and I'm probably missing lots of good ones. I can review the games and publish them.

Actually, I want to ask a favor from you. As you could probably see, there aren't many reviewers around here currently. I know I can review the games, but it will take me weeks, and that will be too long. So the favour I want to ask you is this: can you review one of the games you posted about? I can help you, and you can send me the review and I'll make sure it will be published. That will help us more than you can think.

Thanks in advance,
Noam O.

- nomyle

Comment on "Deiland"

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 16:35:11 -0500

This game made my 2-week-old Android phone almost stop working after a few days. Keyboard would barely accept input, video would no longer play at all, and everything lagged to the point of timing or nearly timing out.

I don't know what the problem was, but I had to do a factory reset and wipe my entire phone just to get it working again. Needless to say I will never risk any device of mine on a Chibig game again.

If you choose to download this, please download with care.

- Lysana

Comment on "Support"

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:29:51 -0500

Hmm, I don´t have a Supporter badge. Maybe I did something wrong. But I am a Supporter.

- chrpa

Comment on "Support"

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:23:40 -0500


there is a new point-and-click adventure game by Marek and Marcin Rudowski, The Trader of Stories: The Big Old Tree that Dreams. Their earlier games were A Drain of Truth and Bell´s Heart, both popular on JIG (#mrudowski). The new one is beautiful like the previous games. I don´t dare to write a comment and I don´t know how to post it. Is there someone who can do it? I would send you a link.

Also, a new Tesshi-e was released around Christmas.

And a new short (very short this time but lovely) Where Is 2017? by Matheusz Skutnik.

I am a big fan of escape games and I can find new games from Japanese developers by myself but I really miss JIG.

If there is someone who can post the games and write a short comment I would love to let you know about new good games. Sadly, there are not many.

- chrpa

Comment on "Until We Meet Again"

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 06:51:07 -0500

Also the 'All' button at the top of the site seems to be broken now.

- Sheaththesword

Comment on "Until We Meet Again"

Fri, 13 Jan 2017 06:45:32 -0500

I have signed up in order to help donate, and was wondering why there were so few patrons... then I noticed it's only set up to receive payment by PayPal.

I personally have had some odd things occur with PayPal, and after reading some reviews by people who lost money due to their systems, I don't trust them. I'm pretty sure there are many others who feel the same way.

Is there any way we could donate by credit/debit/whatever card? Then I'm sure you'd get many many more patrons.


- Sheaththesword

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Sun, 08 Jan 2017 11:33:49 -0500

Since I didn't see a comment about easter eggs on the review for the first game, I'm just going to describe easter eggs for both games here.

The easter eggs are

usable items that people give to you, and unlock bonus locations in the game.

In Door 1, it's

obtained in the last room (with the minimalist background and eerie music, remember to save first!) by walking through a wall upward and talking to a sleeping developer (presumably SolarVagrant).

and unlocks

the fridge which previously had a "GET EGGS" note on it. This gets you to Green Robo's quarters where there's a jukebox and cake.

In Door 2 (this game), it's

obtained from the guy at the bar with the red shirt and robot disguise. After you have completed the events of the storyline, backtrack into the factory, go through the leftmost door and get a bucket of water, then bring it to him to drink.

and unlocks

the chicken statue in the park. This gets you through a street named "EGG" and a room with televsion sets, into the library which has a jukebox and cake, and a human stranger warming himself by a fire.

You can also

use the water bucket on various robots, the telephones, and the fire.

- kktkkr

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Sat, 07 Jan 2017 20:51:21 -0500

The developer, SolarVagrant, has a good walkthrough on their Tumblr page. Google and you shall find.
Their blog mentions Easter Eggs in both games, but I don't have any details, so keep your eyes open.

- Indie Gee

Comment on "Amateur Surgeon 3: Tag Team Trauma"

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 04:23:00 -0500

I'm not quite sure, but it is possible they mixed 3 and 4

- Himalaya Navarro

Comment on "Amateur Surgeon 3: Tag Team Trauma"

Fri, 06 Jan 2017 04:19:31 -0500

@cakefoxy, yeah I couldn't find it in the app store anymore. Amateur Surgeon 2 is also gone, and Amateur Surgeon 4 is all thats left.

- Himalaya Navarro

Comment on "The Eighth Continent"

Tue, 03 Jan 2017 15:13:25 -0500

Thanks for this excellent review, I can't believe I've not seen it until now! Thanks a lot for playing and becoming so well versed on the intricacies of the game, it's impressive and very flattering!

My fav line was: 'it's full of tense encounters, haunting descriptions, and the ability to electrocute yourself while harvesting giant dead bugs.'

I know it's a cliche, but: lol.


- PatrickGarrett

Comment on "OPUS: The Day We Found Earth"

Sun, 01 Jan 2017 07:36:33 -0500

I downloaded this via Amazon Underground on a Kindle so i got all the extra's included.
However i still found this game infuriatingly bad. The story is nice, but the menu's are just not user friendly!
Somewhere there is a list of

galaxies, pulsars, and other item of interest, including some secrets

but i cannot seem to access this intentionally, it just seems to crop up every so often.
I was unaware that there was even a hint system

the 4 boxes at the top of the screen when hunting for stars

I spent an eternity just looking at random stars my first time through.
Even with this assistance the second time through, i was still unable to find the

secret of the armor, origins of the DNA

and just gave up.
The cut-scene dialog or in-room notes may or may not be additional hints, but there is no what of telling which are which, even the additional skins for Emeth don't appear to offer any extra benefit.

- little_geoff

Comment on "Webmasters"

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 13:30:00 -0500

Hi, i want to post my games in your site, what is the procedure, please let me know, below my gmail id,

Thenks Regards

- ZooZoo Games

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Fri, 30 Dec 2016 23:57:36 -0500

That was great! I can't wait for the next door...or at least I hope I don't have to wait three years.

- Paul R

Comment on "Creeper World 3: Abraxis"

Fri, 30 Dec 2016 08:20:20 -0500

Thank you Thomas for the help.
(I fixed the spoiler tags)

- Jeff

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 19:42:31 -0500

At first I was wondering if this was the sequel to the game where

you discover you're on the moon

, so I went to the first and found that I was probably right.

Also, could staff go to the Creeper World 3 game and either fix or delete my comment. It contains incorrectly formatted spoiler tags, and I can't figure out how to either edit or delete.

- Thomas Riley


Thu, 29 Dec 2016 16:13:21 -0500

Could somebody post "Forgotten Hill : Surgery" walkthrough, there are lots of video walkthroughs of it around but non in text explaining them and making sense to things rather than just doing things. Maybe Jayisgames is up for some reviewing too. ;)

- dandycool

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 09:20:37 -0500


You should have some power over the conveyor belt itself...

The direction, in particular...

Change the direction of the conveyor belt when Cork is on it, thereby launching him into the machine.


Have you used the "belt with hook"? There is a grating on the floor somewhere in the left sections of the factory.

- Questioner

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Thu, 29 Dec 2016 03:53:00 -0500

I'm stuck. I'm

in the factory, with a crowbar, belt with hook, wheels

No idea what to do next.

- kat123

Comment on "BackDoor Door 2: The Job"

Wed, 28 Dec 2016 19:57:57 -0500

I'm stuck, very close to the end! I can't figure out how to

stop Cork from coming up the conveyor belt to get Aert and me. I have a bucket of water, but the game doesn't want me to use it on the control panel or the robots. The wire, box cutter, towel, and pencil don't seem to be much help either.

- Billy-o

Comment on "Spaceplan"

Tue, 27 Dec 2016 04:36:28 -0500

Funny clicker :D

- Johnson831

Comment on "Amateur Surgeon 3: Tag Team Trauma"

Mon, 26 Dec 2016 12:43:08 -0500

It's 3 years later now, and I decided to play the game again after playing some amateur surgeon 4; the game seems to have disappeared from the app store though. Anybody know if it's no longer allowed in america for some reason?

- cakefoxy

Comment on "Elements"

Sun, 25 Dec 2016 20:54:32 -0500

A cool little thing I found: after getting the screwdriver, you can use it to unscrew the thing that attached it to the cupboard door.

- Cyberjar88

Comment on "Deiland"

Sun, 25 Dec 2016 13:27:56 -0500

A beautiful, charming little game. Lucky for me, I was snowed in for two days, so I had plenty of time to spend on my private planet.

A few tips:
If the game crashes, try clearing your phones cache (On iphone hold the start and home buttons at the same time till the screen restarts)

If you close the game (or it crashes) while there are enemies present, you automatically lose and the bad guys steal three high quality items.

Health doesn't regenerate over time. You can eat or stand next to a campfire to regain heath. Upgrade the campfire or build two fire pits next to each other to speed up healing.

You can't catch the chicken (or is a kiwi?), but maybe there is another way to cook it?

You don't need to spend any money to enjoy or win the game, but consider buying the sword recipe or a resource pack as a way of thanking the developer for making such a beautiful free game.

- Indie Gee

Comment on "Vampireville"

Fri, 23 Dec 2016 20:21:51 -0500

In Chapter 18, another player and I have not found a way to get the antibodies into the blood samples. Nevosoft says to just look at the walkthroughs, but all they say is to put the antibodies into the samples. I've tried touching the pipette's tip to the A vial, clicking on A's cap and click-and-dragging A to the slide. HOW do you get the antibodies into the samples?

- Dana9

Comment on "Creeper World 3: Abraxis"

Thu, 22 Dec 2016 20:28:34 -0500

@Nathaniel Shaw

For Experiment

You want to make sure it's paused at the start until you have formations set up.

You want one of your command centers near the siphons and the other in between the top row of islands and next row, in the middle.

First priorities:

Immediately at the start, place siphons on the energy reserves. Connect the two command centers with collectors.

Rescuing Survivors

Use a relay network to reach the survivors. With proper placement, you'll be able to rescue all but one of the survivors before the creeper takes out your network. Build weapons on the way, preserving as much of the network as you can.

It might take a few tries to get the network right. Took me three tries before I succeeded.

Protecting your lower command center

Use sprayers and other weapons to stave off the creeper

Other goals:
The Last Survivor

Once it looks like the creeper's threatening the last survivor, use strafers to protect the survivor

Expanding Your Control

The forge is incredibly useful here. Also, sprayers are critical to expansion.

For other stuff, trust your instincts.

- Thomas Riley

Comment on "The Trader of Stories: Bell's Heart"

Thu, 22 Dec 2016 18:47:21 -0500

This is one of the best games I've ever played, as is its sequel. Point-and-click puzzles and interesting plot wrapped up in a nice little adventure.

- Ryan Shurie

Comment on "Oneshot"

Sat, 17 Dec 2016 23:25:48 -0500

Guys, I found an easter eggs. But I don't know what to do with with the items I found. It was a Novelty T-Shirt. You get this thing when you select "No" when trade a wool. It will gives you an ink and a Novelty T-Shirt

- Naim MarkYie

Comment on "Oneshot"

Fri, 16 Dec 2016 16:09:18 -0500

got stuck in the barrens with a broken fuel cell, brwobar, screwdriver , emty bottle :(

- Riadh Gharbi

Comment on "Viewpoint - A Game of Perspective"

Thu, 15 Dec 2016 15:16:11 -0500

Genuinely thought this was an elaborate trick. The first time I played- low graphics, sound off - the arrow keys just changed perspective. Reloaded and it works fine.

- Chris Smith

Comment on "BackDoor Door 1: The Call"

Wed, 14 Dec 2016 21:33:00 -0500

Graphics seem very inspired by Mother/Earthbound, which is great for me since I love this series. After Undertale, I've been seeing a lot of that, but not always in a bad way, like this game. The story seems interesting so far, can't wait for part 2.

- leviphiliac

Comment on "Viewpoint - A Game of Perspective"

Tue, 13 Dec 2016 08:21:12 -0500

Ah! I need to check what happens. Thanks Jon for pointing it out.

- Jeff

Comment on "Oneshot"

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 20:56:13 -0500

Has anyone beat the remade version yet?

I am stuck at the refugee, in the remade version. Got some magnets, water, a coffee tin, a weird film which gave me a code which i dont know where to put and serveral items which i got from the other regions, any help?

- maxifisz

Comment on "Viewpoint - A Game of Perspective"

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 11:19:54 -0500

Something went wrong on level 27:

- Jon Bardo

Comment on "Viewpoint - A Game of Perspective"

Mon, 12 Dec 2016 00:34:49 -0500


I'am an indie developer. Which editorial email i can sent message to? I always got an error when sending to


- Nararya

Comment on "Oneshot"

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 17:45:46 -0500

Help, I'm stuck in the new version of the Refuge

I made the GROUND button out of the coffee tin, but I don't know how to connect it to the elevator.

Seriously, I swear I've interacted with everything, tried combining everything, talked to everyone until I get repeating dialogue - I'm so stuck. Please someone help me with what to do next.

- Sophie Ryan

Comment on "THERE IS NO GAME"

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 17:06:55 -0500

How do i get the trophy, not the brick breaking one the one for kongregate...there's a trophy you can get but i havent been able to actually get it, it says dont finish the game but maybe you say No when he asks for forgiveness

- Alexandra Barnard

Comment on "Viewpoint - A Game of Perspective"

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 12:09:15 -0500

fun game. bit confusing at times but ok. Hit lvl 16 and got stuck. I can't see how to complete it at all.

- Ashiel

Comment on "K.O.L.M. II"

Wed, 07 Dec 2016 14:42:51 -0500

Here is a better picture of the face in the credits:

- Sunsetdreamer52

Comment on "K.O.L.M. II"

Wed, 07 Dec 2016 14:28:46 -0500

@DSB, try tilting your screen down. That worked for me.

- Sunsetdreamer52

Comment on "The Splitting: Chapter 2"

Sun, 04 Dec 2016 20:19:36 -0500

Nevermind. Found the solution.

You may have found a book you can't read. If you put something in the real room and hide and re-open the mirrors, it appears in the mirror room.

- Dartania

Comment on "The Splitting: Chapter 2"

Sun, 04 Dec 2016 19:33:03 -0500

Just found this game today. Played the first one without too much issue. But I'm stuck now. In the...

In the Asylum. After you clean up that one mirror. I've opened... 2 doors in the real world and one in the mirror world and opened the wardrobe mirror.

I don't know what to do now. I can't seem to

Figure out what to stack on the dresser to reach the button on top of the wardrobe.

- Dartania

Comment on "Warfare 1917"

Sun, 04 Dec 2016 04:42:27 -0500

Warfare 1917 is amazing game. This game is one of the latest origin games that are very popular.

- Peter

Comment on "Avalon"

Sat, 03 Dec 2016 22:37:07 -0500

So I noticed the lack of a guide to the random events in the game and have been compiling one over the last few days.

Earth: the strange insect. Keep him, raise him, and you get a pollen bonus when you are done

Air: The fruit from the sky. If you leave it be, nothing happens. If you eat it, you get a chanting boost. Later, you will be asked if you want to:
(A), plant the seed from it, and see if it provides more fruit
(B) Study the seed to try and learn where it came from. Option A gives you a tree of the fruits and an immense chanting boost. Option B reveals that the seed alone is poison, and you loose valuable potions containing it.

Water: The strange noises.
You hear strange sounds coming form the forest. A fairy volunteers to investigate.
(A) Allow her to go.
(B) Forbid it.
CHOSE B! I cannot stress this enough. Option A loses you a valuable, fully trained fairy, and gains nothing. Option B results in nothing happening at first, and a gnome on a motorbike arriving shortly afterward. Give him hospitality, and when he offers you a gift, chose the small box, not the large. The large one is a robot that steals half of your potion supplies.

Fire: A company of gnomes comes looking for shelter, but are rude about it.
(A) Grant them shelter.
(B) Drive them away.
B gains you nothing. A increases potions production.

- tintinadulathon

Comment on "The Splitting: Chapter 2"

Sat, 03 Dec 2016 19:02:49 -0500

Its about time this game shows up here! I ended up finding it and playing it on another site when it first came out. Much longer than the first chapter, and introduces some new puzzle mechanics that certainly make things more challenging. The story, as always, is amazing, and it really builds up for the next chapter installment.

The world that has been crafted here is so unique and original, it really fulfills a lot of creative imagination in it's gameplay and story. Aside from a few minor plot holes, the technicalities are rather seamless, which just adds to the greatness of this series.

This is a must play! Can't wait for the next chapter!

- Yoshi

Comment on "Elements"

Sat, 03 Dec 2016 10:39:09 -0500

Hey, I'm stuck in the Garden with the locked pole...

I looked in the locked box with the floating balls and in the drawer with the paper. I put the code in multiple times and it didn't work.

- J

Comment on "Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Walkthrough and Strategy Guide"

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 05:50:11 -0500

Ha! I'm already eating some of my words in my previous post! *facepalm*

Unlike other parts of the Isola story, in this VV, training for farming adds the items to the bin as soon as the attempt is successful. I guess it's great that it saves time on the animations; don't have to let them go all the way to the bin, but it does dip into the food resource which I wanted to NOT do. Oh well. Despite only just figuring that out after 4 to 5 days of casual play, my villagers are not dead and we still have food in the bin (though hive is now empty and fruit tree, too). Current amount is 370-ish if that can last until tomorrow around this time so chief can make magic food again - then I'm golden. Otherwise I can only hope, that they are so busy making tech points that the tree/hive have time to replenish a bit.

~Krissy :)

- Krista Cole

Comment on "Virtual Villagers 3: The Secret City Walkthrough and Strategy Guide"

Fri, 02 Dec 2016 05:09:21 -0500

I just want to say I really do appreciate these walkthroughs and strategy guides not just for this VV but for the other ones as well. I have found, however, that following the order of operations recommended here causes me to lose the game - my villagers all die - on easy mode on slow just while I am sleeping. In case this is so for anyone else, as well, I'd like to share the approach I've been using which seems to be working better for me. I will have to put it all in spoilers because I'd rather only mess with the spoiler tags once, lol. My order of operations goes like this: 1. plant tree 2. find out who the chief is 3. make a fire 4. get chief to make magic food 5. calm the bees with smoke 6. assign all but one adult to research and have chief direct work in the lab 7. train the sole adult in building and farming until trainee level but don't let them ever complete putting away honey or clearing the leaves; as soon as the attempt is successful pick them up and make them drop it and do it again 8. switch out a lab person for the one that just got trained and train them the same way 9. once every adult is trainee in farming, research and building, put all but one back into the lab and the remaining one assigned to building the hut - that's right no actual farming/collecting of either fruit or honey - there should be arond 430-ish food in the bin after the magic food thing anyway so I choose to just save those resources because ... 10. first 2 tech purchases I do are faction 1 and faction 2, then restoration, alchemy, science and leader level 2. it takes a very long time to accumulate the 54K+ tech points for factions 1 and 2 and so I don't spend those on anything until I've got them 11. if the food bin hits 0 before 24 hours has passed and chief can make magic food again only then do I let one person do farming of the fruit tree and I interrupt if they head for the hive (they'll deplete it overnight anyway I know but my goal is to fill the food bin back up to about 200 quickly and the honey takes too long) I don't even switch the farmer to farming I already know they are at trainee level so I just leave them on research so they will gravitate to making more tech points when I'm not watching rather than depleting the food resources unnecessarily 12.overnight i switch out a lab person with the adept builder and let them either complete the first hut or I put them on clearing the leaves since I need 3 adept builders to fix the lift; I can get the 3rd one to adept next day and usually buy the 1st level faction as well which seems to affect the volume of food the hive and fru[...]

Comment on "The Splitting: Chapter 2"

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 16:34:02 -0500

Great game! If you don't remember from last year, press 'I' to get access to your inventory.

- drumstruck

Comment on "The Room Three"

Wed, 30 Nov 2016 16:21:01 -0500

anyone come across an octagonal metal object? the label for it is simply, "A metal object." would greatly appreciate any help to figure out what it's for.

- Tim

Comment on "Avalon Legends Solitaire"

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 22:42:03 -0500

I did great at this game until I bought it. At one point I made a combo of 40 cards, 30 cards, 20+ cards. Now that I paid I'm at a level where I only need an 18 card combo which should be easy to attain but I can't get it based on the cards - not how I play them. Some deals less than 10 cards are played. I've played this series at least 10 times which is a hundred games and have never come close to an 18 card combo. I think it's rigged. I won't buy another game from this company and am deleting this one. It's not fun anymore. It makes no sense that I could make large combos until I bought the game - then you can't advance because the cards simply aren't there to play. Disappointing. I like a challenge but not a rigged game that takes advantage of a purchase.

- topgun

Comment on "Virtual Villagers 5: New Believers Walkthrough and Strategy Guide"

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 13:03:44 -0500

Never mind, I figured it out.

For whatever reason it wasn't working with a Master Builder so I tried it with an Adept Builder and it worked perfectly

- Christina Doxstader

Comment on "Virtual Villagers 5: New Believers Walkthrough and Strategy Guide"

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 12:46:02 -0500

I doubt I'll get a response here but here we go. I am deep in the game at this point and am trying to beat the Master Builder Heathen but each time I place a builder on the "project" and use the time warp magic they disappear.

- Christina Doxstader

Comment on "Achievement Unlocked"

Fri, 25 Nov 2016 01:20:28 -0500

How do you get the menu?

- Leo Diaz-Poff

Comment on "Virtual Villagers: Origins"

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 17:04:51 -0500

Having a problem with one of villagers. The time for her to nurse says zero but the baby won't become a child.

- Miranda Goldstine

Comment on "The Forgotten Room"

Wed, 23 Nov 2016 07:44:28 -0500

Pay to play game, I hope a category/tag be made for such games little easy for amateur gamer like meself when searching game to play. Thanks :)

- dandycool

Comment on "The Darkside Detective"

Tue, 22 Nov 2016 13:28:42 -0500

I can't get it to play in IE at all.

Who designs a game that can't be played in popular browsers?

- Maude Buttons

Comment on "The Forgotten Room"

Mon, 21 Nov 2016 23:10:32 -0500

Fair enough, Paul! You can get to the JIG reviews for each of the earlier games by entering their names into the search box, but on the assumption that this is acceptable protocol, I've also changed the first reference to each game to a link to the game page on Glitch's sites.

- abfdrumz

Comment on "Qink"

Mon, 21 Nov 2016 10:28:03 -0500

SO, for level 9

I can't seem to make the tall diamonds fit anywhere, though I was able to use the wide diamonds

- RubixCubed

Comment on "The Forgotten Room"

Sun, 20 Nov 2016 23:29:04 -0500

I'm not finished this one yet, but it's great....and creepy...and GREAT! :)

- houseworkisevil

Comment on "The Darkside Detective"

Sun, 20 Nov 2016 16:10:54 -0500

I can't be bothered to get Unity installed on Chrome, so I wrote this walkthough based on the downloadable demo, which I believe has exactly the same gameplay. The walkthrough skips over all the optional dialogue and items, so you'd still enjoy the game best by exploring for story and humour. The Darkside Detective (Case 01: Malice in Wonderland) Controls: Point and click, click to advance dialogue. Starting the game: Wait for the title to fade out. Click on the desk area (Casebook) to start, click on Case 01 and then Yes. Outside - Click on the door (Go Inside). Living Room - Click on Mr Jones, and ask "Where were you last night?" This gives you matches. Click on the door (Hallway). Hallway - Click on the left door (Study). It's locked. Click on the middle door (Closet). Closet - Click the box of junk. This gives you the blacklight bulb. Click the door (Hallway), then click on the right door (Living room), then click on the stairs. Upstairs - Click on the left door (Master Bedroom). Master Bedroom - Click the bed. This gives you the strange page. Click on the nanny and choose "Say, you're the nanny..." (You need to have tried the study door already.) This gives you the study key. Click the door (Leave), then click the right door (Daughter's Bedroom). Daughter's Bedroom - Click the pens on the drawer. This gives you the marker. Click the door (Leave), then click on the stairs, then click on the door (Hallway), then drag the study key to the left door. Study - Click the lantern on the bookshelf. This gives you the lantern. Click the door (Hallway), then click the right door (Living room), then click the stairs, then click the rope above the telephone (Attic). Attic - Click the can next to you. This gives you the paint thinner. Drag the blacklight bulb over the broken lamp on the floor. Drag the strange page over the darkside doorway. Drag the 3 matching symbols from the top over the darkside doorway. Drag the matches over the lantern. Drag the lit lantern over the darkside doorway. Talk to Jenny. At the end of the conversation, ask "What about Dooley?" Drag the paint thinner over the doorway. - kktkkr[...]

Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Eggs"

Sat, 19 Nov 2016 21:04:09 -0500

Here's what I found:
Getting Into Castle:

Go to the right and pick up the cup off the little girl's house. Go to the right again, and fill the cup at the waterfall. Go back to Castle. Give Chocolate Cup to Guard. Enter the castle. Grab Empty Bowl and Wafer.

Using The ladder/Top of the Tree:

Use the rainbow colors above the castle, (Red,Purple,Yellow,Green), on the tree to make ladder fall enough to climb. Grab Easter basket and candy stick(on ladder). Put the wafer next to the ball. Put crumbs into bowl. Climb down the ladder.

Getting past the Chicken/ In the House:

Give bowl of crumbs to Chicken, go right. look at flower petals. Go back to little girl's house. Give basket to little girl. Use candy stick to open the door. Use the petal pattern (3,5,6,2) on the code on the wall to get paintbrush. Use pattern from behind the king (red, green, purple, red) to paint the egg. Open the egg and get the scepter.

Helping The Bunny/ Helping the King:

Go right, and give the chocolate buttons to the bunny. take scepter and place in the chocolate waterfall. Go left twice, and into the castle. Give the Chocolate scepter to the king.

Helping the Alien:

Place candy shell from the castle into the spaceship. Collect last two eggs.

And You've finished the game! ;)

- Elizabeth Atwood

Comment on "The Sandman"

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:00:35 -0500

I'm hoping that someone will still reply, but I have no idea how to

get the stick and go to the glass maze. I pressed the button in the colorful tile room (I think that's different from the maze), got caught by the sandman, didn't eat the soup, and had Lullaby read one memo and the recipe for sand. I can't find gloves, broken glass, the stick, or anything else that I need other than the snora flower. Was I supposed to press the button while being chased or?

- JakeShake

Comment on "The Forgotten Room"

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 18:57:31 -0500

This is great! That said, it would be even better of the names of the games were also links (as they usually are).

- Paul R

Comment on "Submachine 9: The Temple"

Wed, 16 Nov 2016 23:27:06 -0500

Is it weird if the ladder rung disappears when you never touched it after picking it up? I played it with the rung in my inventory, but then it vanished. I needed it for the room with the ripped off panel.

- Cassidy René McGuire

Comment on "The Darkside Detective"

Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:12:45 -0500

This game requires the Unity plugin, if anyone's having trouble loading it in Chrome, Edge, Opera, or Firefox v53 or higher. You're limited to either Safari or IE in the near term.

- jason9045

Comment on "The Splitting: Chapter 1"

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 10:47:14 -0500

Fireberry as in Legend of Kyrandia amiright??!

- andr01d

Comment on "The Darkside Detective"

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 10:08:04 -0500

Walkthrough please :)

- Paul

Comment on "Junkbot"

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 02:11:47 -0500

For those who don't know, you can now play Junkbot *and* save your progress, provided you run a local webserver when you want to play. The process is detailed in this StackExchange answer.

I've been having a lot of fun revisiting this game 10+ years on. Does anyone know the lowest hall of fame scores when the game was active on the LEGO site? It'd be nice to have a benchmark to compete against.

- Junkbotted

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sun, 13 Nov 2016 20:51:22 -0500

JayIsGames is only sort-of back. Posts are very rare. I assume Jay is posting in spare time rather than as a job.

If we want to see more life in JayIsGames we have to contribute.

- pesky

Comment on "Lampshade"

Fri, 11 Nov 2016 01:54:29 -0500

I want to know what caused the :S rating because the review did not really say. Is it language, nudity or violence? Thanks.

- andr01d

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 17:21:24 -0500

I look up this walkthrough and find JayIsGames is BACK..
I'm confused, but thrilled. Kinda like my wedding day.
I thought Jayisgames was done. I cried inside that day I found out. What happened?! Nonetheless, I cry with joy now. ;)

- Brandi Hunter

Comment on "Weekday Escape N°100"

Thu, 10 Nov 2016 02:00:15 -0500

I'm getting a bug attempting to get the last escape man in Birthday Party Hall.

After I bowl using the green men I only end up with 9 and there's no way to reset and bowl again.

Did anyone else have this problem?

- CptnSuz

Comment on "Papa's Burgeria"

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 12:16:32 -0500

This game had severely diminishing returns for me around Day 30. For a while I was motivated by collecting stuff in the waiting room, but in trying to get the last item (jukebox) I just stopped caring. The tedium and mindsplittingly hideous graphics just got to me. Up until that I was having a good time though.

PROS: I like the timing because it is not contrived like many TM games - cooking while multitasking is a real-life time management scenario.

- I didn't like the drag-and-drop. I don't think that takes skill, just hurts your hand. Just clicking the items would have gotten the point across fine.
- It was fun to upgrade for a while, but it would have been nice to feel the impact of the purchases I made. I'll just have to take their word for it that it raises the waiting score (by how much?)
- Is it just me, or are the levels not getting discernably harder after a certain point?
- Again, the graphics alone almost repulsed me from this game entirely. I'm glad I gave it a shot though because it was fun for a few hours.

- andr01d

Comment on "The Gatekeeper"

Wed, 09 Nov 2016 11:09:53 -0500

Qruntsh, I think a lot of the out of place or unnecessary items in this game are actually references to horror movies and books. For example,

the bartender Lloyd is from the movie The Shining, based on the book The Shining which can be seen in the grandmother's library. I don't want to say more since you probably didn't see the movie. It's a very good movie in my opinion, you should definitely watch it :)

I have not seen enough horror movies to place all the references, but I think this explains a lot of other weird artifacts and characters in the game, like

the 'random' dates of the bellboy, the priest, the french speaking, ect..

And I would say this game is not a teaser, but more the first part of a bigger installment. In any case I am looking forward to play the follow up.

- Alix

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Wed, 02 Nov 2016 19:23:52 -0500

Cute game but for age 6 to 1 yr olds I suppose.

- dandycool

Comment on "Lost Pig"

Tue, 01 Nov 2016 06:05:47 -0500

Sure, it’s a good thing to enjoy your work, but there is such a thing as enjoying it too much.

- tinehz

Comment on "Lost Pig"

Mon, 31 Oct 2016 17:15:31 -0500

What I like about IF games is that, in general, they are fully accessible to blind people who use screen readers, since those programs speak to us what is written to the screen. Games with images, on the other hand, are not accessible for the same reason, so I am Always searching for these types of games. The first IF game I remember playing was Colossal Cave and the best part about games like these is that you have to keep thinking about how to solve the puzzles without having to look at a single Picture! Good work on the game!

- André Baldo

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Mon, 31 Oct 2016 09:06:51 -0500

Neat. Thanks. I actually like this dress far more than the silly princess one.

- pesky

Comment on "Clack"

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 15:13:24 -0500

Wanted to remind people that there are some great hidden gems here, like Clack. Give it a whirl for a methodical zen experience where you have to figure out the rules for yourself.

- Catherine Munson

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 14:18:05 -0500

The combination for the alternate ending:

White Mouse

Tree Stump

Brown Mouse




- Questioner

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 12:36:00 -0500

How did I not know this? I'm going to have to go back now and find these endings.

- Goudakitty

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sun, 30 Oct 2016 11:21:04 -0500

A new ending has been added to the game!

- Dingding321

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 23:43:20 -0500

@Ruth: My usual strategy is to go through and see when things "stall out". In this case, on my first runthrough

I noticed that the mice/lizards didn't really do much after their initial transformation, so I figured they'd be later on.

That meant my first step was playing with the longer-growing objects,

pumpkin, log, and paper

to see how they combined and how long they lasted, and then messing with the order of those pieces.

- Nicholas McIntyre

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 16:29:29 -0500

Hahaha such a cute ending! Great end to the day.

- Dingding321

Comment on "Vision"

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 13:50:46 -0500

There is a mistake in Walkthrough step 47.
The Hexagon is not 6.
In order to find it you need to check the base of the windmill. Put the windmill on. climb the ladder. look up to the base of the windmill until you see a number.
When I played the number that appeared was 5.

- דרור רענן ולד

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 10:43:32 -0500

@goudakitty Quite a few of On's games have more than one ending. There's the 'normal' ending, and sometimes there's a weirder, totally different ending that usually involves aliens.

- Infant Tyrone

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Sat, 29 Oct 2016 07:40:10 -0500

Does anyone know of a guide for how to do these games? I don't mean a walkthrough that tells you the answer, but like a strategy guide that tells you how to solve it without just attempting to brute-force it

- Ruth Queerly

Comment on "Cubefield"

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 12:07:26 -0500



Comment on "Cubefield"

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 12:02:58 -0500

hello my score is 939250432749 try to beet that


Comment on "A goody life"

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 11:10:32 -0500

Anyone else find that the end goal is not really worth it? I mean, I got to register the family after 1 life!

And nothing happens when you're registered. I mean, you don't gain everything except a game over screen that makes one think there will be no more incarnations :\

Perhaps a longer term goal, the keys to city or becoming Major or having the City change to your name or something... But something that requires a good 5-10 reincarnations.

Fun all the same.

- Rwun

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Tue, 25 Oct 2016 23:35:54 -0500

I think this has one of the best ending twists ever! Don't miss out! Play!

- Catherine Munson

Comment on "Grow Cinderella"

Tue, 25 Oct 2016 11:42:43 -0500

I got the same solution you did. I think there's only one. I tried a few other combinations but most changes lead to one of the mice not being useful, so they cannot be successful.

- pesky