Square Enix headlines this week's massive Thursday update with Bloodmasque, a new action/RPG casting you in the role of a bloodthirsty vampire hunter (bloodthirsty because you yourself are a half-vampire). And "you yourself" is more appropriate than usual, too, because one key feature is that Bloodmasque allows you to take a picture of your own face to use as your character's face in the game.
Control an astronaut who's tethered between two rising rockets, and help him dodge back and forth as he climbs further and further up into the heavens:
The excellent jetski racer Riptide gets an even more feature-packed sequel. Take a peek:
Asterix the Gaul is slappin' fools to see how far they'll fly.
Here's something you don't see that often – racing from a 2D side-scrolling perspective.
A fresh option for match-three puzzle fans, with a few new twists on the old genre staples.
A curious rookie astronaut has gone and gotten himself lost on an alien world, and he needs your help to run and jump his way home.
A designer named Danny Perski decided to update Rock/Paper/Scissors with a few more options, like dragons and missiles.
Four different Raiden games are bundled together in this same download, and since it's on sale that makes them 50 cents apiece right now.
High Voltage Software's challenge to keep a wandering little vampire from getting burned by the sun has gone free for the first time.
And also free today is Escapology, from the makers of Lums (yesterday's ASU headliner).