Trying to find an old Klik game or have old Klik games to be preserved? You've come to the right place!
We currently have 2,646 games and applications in our index and you can help us get that number higher!
You can use the navigation above/below to search games by letter of the alphabet to find the games in our archive.
Please be considerate of other users and do not download too much at one time.
This site is currently a work in progress, so please let us know of any problems. We have more games to process, so you can look forward to the catalogue expanding in the coming weeks/months (and of course we hope to be getting new games from people sharing them with us too).
The older the game, the more likely you are to have trouble playing it on Windows 10. Here are some tips and tricks:
In addition to the websites of individual studios you should check out:
In addition to the official Clickteam forums you can check out:
Due to complexities of copyright law, we generally do not host fan games. However, you can find fan games at sites such as:
The website is maintained by Joshtek (Josh Dowen) with support from the screenshot team (mostly msg) and tools made by yxkalle. Interested in joining the screenshot team? Get in touch!
This archive draws from a number of sources, including historic and ongoing archival efforts:
Thanks to everyone who has helped support Kliktopia, including: 3kliksphilip, Anders Jensen-Urstad, Anonymous Morris, ArcOnInternet, Asteroid2000, Ben Dowen, BolaGustavo, Chris Street, Clayton, Clickteam, Code6, Danjo, Davidude, DPS2004, Goldeng, H Hog, Hayo van Reek, Jay Tholen, JimRenato, let-off-studios, LordHannu, Marcello Bastea-Forte, MSTViper, msg, Nobuyuki, nomok, Paul Redmond Smart, P-Tux7, RicardoLuis0, RehaSoft, Ryan Armstrong, Sam Beddoes, Tavian, TechVision, The Gagaman, The MPP, ToonsterGames, tymime, UrbankMonk, walr, Yu He, yxkalle, ygames19, and Yai7! (If you've contributed and I've missed you off, let me know and I'll add you to this list)
Note: This archive does not include the Klik games from Glorious Trainwrecks because so many games were released there that it would overload the site. However, whilst Glorious Trainwrecks is now focused on fringe games made with various tools there was a time when the site sparked a Klik & Play revival with popular gaming jams. As part of these game jams people would make a Klik & Play game within a few hours, with no barriers of quality. These particular jams are rare today, but the same attitude of not judging games based on aesthetic quality stands today. So, if either the fringe games or haphazard Klik & Play jam games are your thing then feel free to check them out!
Website maintained by Josh Dowen (Joshtek). You can contact me by e-mailing email@example.com or send me private message on The Daily Click or Clickteam's forum. Send abuse/copyright complaints to firstname.lastname@example.org.