Silent Hill (PS1)
Silent hill is a classic survival horror which sees you star as an ordinary man, who visits a typical American Town, Silent Hill, which has plenty to offer: An Amusement Park, Idyllic resort district, a school with bullets scattered around the classrooms, a creepy fog that limits your line of sight to about 10ft, creepy demon babies, everything you could ask for when going on holiday. It's very similar to resident evil, except that the enemies are scarier and more annoying than zombies and with a much larger map. The story see's you getting stuck in this town and trying to rescue your daughter whilst avoiding the monsters. There is also a creepy alternate Silent Hill which makes everywhere look like a Slaughterhouse that closed 100 years ago due to a massive killing spree and has since become haunted. The game is short, it took me about 2 days to complete. I don't play many survival horror games, but this was a good one. I did make the mistake of assuming I would have to conserve more ammo than I actually had, leaving me with about 300 handgun bullets just before the final boss. If you are careful and search carefully you can find enough health and bullets to not really struggle, the puzzles can get difficult but I didn't need a walkthrough. The story is confusing as hell, the gun aiming can be a bit iffy if multiple enemies are coming towards you and you can't move the camera, which can get annoying if it decides to stick to a certain angle, which meant I couldn't actually see the final boss as the camera wouldn't arc up towards it. All in all its a good game, I'm considering playing the sequel, I'd recommend it.
Mighty Flip Champs (DS)
This is a puzzle/platformer which sees you star as a girl with massive pink hair who has a staff that can change dimensions. You can't jump in this game, which means in order to move around gaps, you need to change the dimension, which features a different layout of platforms and obstacles from the previous one. The puzzles really rely on you having a good memory, as you can only see what the next dimension is going to be like, there can be up to 7 in some levels, and you also have to rescue your friends in each level: Some kind of cat with a jetpack and 2 creatures called 'Pigorcows' which are a cross between... pigs and cows. Some of these puzzles are tough, and some require incredibly precise timing. You get a grade at the end of each level, depending on how long you took and how many times you changed dimension. The game was a good time waster and is available on the Nintendo Store in the DSiware section.