50 Games Like Who Stole Me?

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Balloon Paradise, Colorzzle, and Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Powernode released the 26 February 2019 and ranked #35, Find The Balance released the 20 September 2018 and ranked #49, Scalak released the 22 May 2018 and ranked #6.

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This suggestion collection includes puzzle games for Android, IOS (iPhone / iPad), Win Mobile, Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Someone stole me and my friends and put us in bubbles! Match colors and set us free in this addictive physics puzzler. Easy to learn, hard to master Colourful, vivid graphics Super smooth physics Powerful combos, combine them for extra effect Compete against your Facebook friends, with leaderboards on every level Seamless synchronization with Facebook

1# Balloon Paradise - 2015

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Balloon Paradise is a colorful and exciting match 3 puzzle game that takes place in a world high above the clouds! A great gust of wind has stirred up trouble in this beautiful world, mixing up all of the colors and causing parts of the city to disappear! Solve puzzles to get special power-ups that can pop tons of balloons at once, sending them back to Floatopia in a great flash of fun!

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3# Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun - 2015

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Travel to the Edo period in Japan and help Satsu and Miyamoto in an epic adventure to preserve ancient Japan. Prove your skills in Challenge mode with limited moves. Experience the excitement of building an ancient Japanese village in this engaging Match 3 game. See the beautiful scenery while listening to relaxing music inspired by this period in Japanese history. Dive into an epic story of honor and courage and help a Geisha and a Samurai save the day in Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun!

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4# Prune - 2015

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The Colonel's Bequest is a character-driven graphic adventure game by Sierra On-Line. The Colonel's Bequest is one of the few Sierra On-Line adventure games to focus more on the characters than puzzles. Regardless of the importance of these elements, it is possible to finish the game without solving any puzzles, discovering many important details about the characters, or even identifying the murderer. The game's unusual title can be accredited to Sierra's long-standing tradition of including "Quest" in the title of nearly every graphical adventure they published.

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5# Secrets of Magic: The Book of Spells - 2016

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An evil witch has kidnapped Victoria's parents and now it's up to her to save them! But first, Victoria needs to learn the fine art of magic. Dive into a magical world of witches and wizards. Travel through magical lands, relaxing music and help Victoria collect unique items along her journey to become a witch. Learn from the ancient Book of Spells in this engaging Match-3 game and prove your skills in challenge mode!

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8# Merge Dragons! - 2017

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Figure out challenging puzzle levels: match the Gaia statues to win, then bring rewards back to your Camp to collect and grow. Test your puzzle solving skills in more than 140 tricky levels filled with new quests and rewards to help you build your dragon camp!

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9# Cockatilt - 2014

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Fritter the cockatiel has grown so fat that she can no longer fly or climb over to her bowl full of nummy seeds. Roll the bird along perches and down ladders to drop her safely into her food bowl. Don't forget to reward her with any tasty snacks that might be lying around along the way... the fight against gravity is hard work!

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10# Crazy Cake Swap - 2016

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Solve hundreds of crazy cascading levels and match your way to sweet victory! Key Ingredients: NEW WAYS TO PLAY: Match-4 squares make frosting tubes, match paths to get customers to the door, and find friends buried below treats! EXPLOSIVE FUN: Rainbow stars, exploding cakes, and frosting tubes create confectionary cascades EVERLASTING GAMEPLAY: 150+ challenging, yet satisfying levels GET CONNECTED: Save your progress, connect with friends, and see their photo in your game

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14# Return to Grisly Manor - 2016

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Being the scatterbrained inventor you know and love, the last place Grandpa remembers seeing the deed was in the old manor - back in 1999! Explore the new house, help Grandpa repair his time machine, and travel back to the original Grisly Manor - before all of its secrets and memories are swept away forever!

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16# Glow Worm - 2015

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Fly through mesmerizing backgrounds, enter to the enchanted forest full of amazing and colorful flickering lights and relearn to appreciate peace and tranquility. Mysterious and magical nature looks lit up by lovely flying fireflies on a beautiful vibrant background. Just imagine: night in a dark forest with trees, mushroom, shadow leaf, colored fog, hundred of magical fireflies and relaxing music makes a spectacular view and feel in this new game!

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17# Vacation Adventures: Cruise Director 2 - 2016

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As cruise director in charge, enjoy a truly awesome around the world cruise of a lifetime aboard the super luxurious, Liberty of the Waves! Arrange fabulous excursions in the Caribbean, Europe, Asia and more. Visit famous tourist sights and landmarks. Help passengers with cabins, shopping, dining, leisure aboard ship and at ports of call along the way. Collect souvenirs, look for hundreds of hidden objects, items lost by passengers and trash for recycling. Vacation Adventures: Cruise Director 2 guarantees truly captivating, hour upon hour gameplay for families and all ages to enjoy.

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18# The Big Journey - 2017

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Tilt your device (or use the optional on-screen controls) to roll and jump through beautiful environments along to an original soundtrack by Ukranian folk band Choconauts. Bounce across jelly pillows, roll through beautiful fields or mysterious mines, and unlock new cats to play as while you discover new friends.

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19# Blendoku - 2013

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Features: * 475 levels free with a wide gamut of difficulty * Compare yourself to the rest of the world * Perfect Badges for Perfectionists * Simple, intuitive touch controls * Addictive gameplay * Unique color strategy * *hidden* 'Negative Mode' increases total levels to 900+! "So addictive - 5 stars" "Fun game!

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22# Smurfs Bubble Story - 2017

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Pop matching bubbles and complete missions to collect Smurfette, Hefty, Brainy, Clumsy, and many more iconic Smurfs characters for a bubblicious adventure! On yourquest,encounter wildanimals, a hidden mysteriousforest, while on the run from the evil boss wizard Gargamel and hisminions. This app may include advertising tailored to your interests on behalf of the Sony Corporation family of companies, as well as third parties.

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24# KleptoCats - 2016

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I guess your furry friend's frisky paws may be a perfect match to fill your room. Send your cat away to gather items to fill your room with amazing treasures. You never know what KleptoCats will bring back next.

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25# TripTrap - 2014

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"Simple to learn and satisfying to complete, TripTrap is an attractive casual puzzle game. Key Features - Single touch flip-flop gameplay - 5 rooms, 100 well-planned tricky levels - Casual Mode with limitless freedom - Puzzle Mode with limited number of jumps - Global leaderboards & achievements

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