A first-person escape room game that supports user-created rooms, featuring both single-player and cooperative modes
Tetris goes "battle royale" in this free online-only game for the Switch from the developers behind the Tetris: The Grand Master series, featuring last-player-standing matches with up to 99 players at once!
Sega's second arcade adaptation of the puzzle game Tetris brings a new puzzle element, as players attempt to clear the flashing blocks of each playfield.
Sega's third arcade adaptation of the classic puzzle game Tetris, building on the traditional Tetris formula by adding special power-up blocks to make it easier, along with rising "garbage blocks" to make it harder.
An arcade puzzle game by Taito, where players throw dice blocks to match-clear an oncoming barrage of dice blocks.
A block-matching puzzle game originally released in 1992 by developer Accursed Toys and published by Apogee Software.
Dragon World II
The sequel to IGS's mahjong solitaire arcade game, now on their PolyGame Master hardware.
A highly-acclaimed game that allows players to control the wind and collect flower petals while exploring a lush, colorful environment. Its innovative gameplay often seeks to create a soothing and relaxing experience through a combination of visuals and audio to complement the narrative.
Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal
Arctic Adventure: Penguin & Seal (or Penguin Hideout on the SuperVision) is a block-sliding puzzle game from Sachen.
Tower of Archeos
A roguelike matching-puzzler following a group of adventurers hoping to kill the evil Archeos.
Puzzle game released in 1989 for Classic Mac OS developed by Shodan. The player controls a Leprechaun and must guide a cauldron full of gold through a maze of obstacles to a rainbow tile.
An arcade variation of mahjong solitaire where players have a seven-tile hand used to store and match tiles from the board.
This Arcade and Super Famicom release is based on a Japanese children's game called Daruma Otoshi.
Puzzle game released in 1995 for Classic Mac OS and Windows (and later remade in HTML5 for browsers) developed by Erich Friedman, Daniel Vree and Willem Vree. The player controls a Leprechaun and must guide a cauldron full of gold through a maze of obstacles to a rainbow tile.
I Love Hue Too
Second instalment of the color grid puzzle game, released in 2020 for Android and iOS by Zut Games.
Clone of Sega's 1990 game released in 1997 for Classic Mac OS developed by Opinicus Microtech.
Stack toy blocks in front of a large screen to help the "brick heads" climb and eat fruit in this puzzle-action arcade game by Sega.
Blobbo is a 1990 puzzle game developed by Glenn Andreas for the Mac. In the game Blobbo needs to finish cleaning his incredibly messy room by picking up all the toy chests and avoiding the different obstacles along the way.