Free and paid indie games that will entertain you and expand your horizons!
Fun action platformer.
F Zero fans will love this. You get to make your own tracks!
A really good space adventure about impressing birbs.
Free. Really short and good fun to kill 5 minutes, wiggle your neck around to eat fruit and drop it on lion's heads!
Free. Great platformer where you clone yourself to avoid death and also give yourself a hand or whatever body part you need.
Great for writing prompts, Guide your Trawler using the sounds on a radio then pull up weird artifacts from the sea then write about them on your typewriter.
A magical combination of visuals and sound. Something you can stare at for ages and mess with and never get the same combination.
$3. Disorienting and tough. Make your way through the desert without losing your camel and complete your pilgrimage.
$10. This is super fast platforming. It's good fun so check it out.
$9.99. Really interesting Adventure and Battle demo! Looking forward to seeing how the game develops.
$1.99+. This is a stupid game but fun.
Free. Explore by typing in where you want to go and then fly to cities and decide how you want to spend you life.
$5+. A short and charming platform adventure with lots of secret paths and powers to find. Very pretty too!
$7+. Using the "don't see future you" style of time travel, this game sets up levels which you have to go through multiple times. Each go leaves you with your past attempts in your way! Very cool, very clever!
£1. Similar to "I Get This Call Every Day". Funny and critical look at the kind of silly stuff game critics write about AAA.
Free. Great Roguelike that uses darkness to hide spikes and monsters. Fall through the levels and use your arrows to light the way, just don't run out!
$7+. Guide your triangle around a maze by switching between two directions. Change those directions by hitting barriers and if it gets too hard slow down time. Great vector graphics.
Free. Move a round a constantly changing maze and seek our burritos. Fight against alien things.
Free. A short cyberpunk narrative in which you hack. Cool ending.