"Space Ninjas" sounds more exciting at first glance than it actually is. Imagine a one-fingered, novice ninja...
"When Ian Fell in the Machine" introduces the bizarre scenario of a head tumbling down a sausage machine -- macabre, yes, but fun indeed.
"Hungry Lizards" looks cute and simple enough to entertain young kids, though some older gamers may find this game of timing repetitive.
With its set of color-changing tiles, "Omicron HD" offers you the chance to test your reflexes, but not much beyond that.
Despite being yet another marble shooter, "Sparkle 2" shines with its fast-paced gameplay and numerous power-ups.
"Super Bunnies Show" is a cute game simple enough for kids to pick up, but avid gamers might want more magic tricks to hold their interest.
Have you ever tried hacky sack with your fingers? Now you can, with Kenneth Wong's "Hackycat".