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a collection by Silas Grarup · last updated 2016-09-19 23:42:53
posted 2016-05-22T21:28:42 by Silas Grarup
posted 2016-04-11T18:59:34 by Silas Grarup

A ship. A death. A murder? A time travel mystery!

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posted 2016-03-01T14:43:26 by Silas Grarup

Title says it all, really. If you liked Hotline Miami and loved SUPERHOT, you need to have played this yesterday!

posted 2015-12-26T21:08:51 by Silas Grarup

Growing up in the 90s and 00s, early IM interaction was a big part of my teenage years, and this game captures it in such a real and honest way that I couldn't help but love it

posted 2015-12-14T21:44:25 by Silas Grarup

Ever wonder what it's like behind the scenes of a video game?

Well, it's nothing like this, but it's still pretty hilarious.

posted 2015-07-04T08:48:15 by Silas Grarup

Adventures in marketing!

posted 2015-06-28T07:58:09 by Silas Grarup

Calling it "Gunpoint Miami" might be setting yourself up for disappointment.

I promise you, you won't find disappointment here.

posted 2015-06-28T07:43:50 by Silas Grarup

Planetarium is... Uhm...

Planetarium is...

What is Planetarium? Some oddball planet simulator/generator.

With music clearly harping back to classics like Jean-Michel Jarre's Oxygen.

And it's beautiful.

posted 2015-06-28T07:35:33 by Silas Grarup

Let there be light!

Roguelight is one of those simple to learn, hard to master games; crawl your way down deeper into the dungeon - the deeper, the darker. Your only source of light is your arrows, so use them sparingly; many a grim enemy awaits!

posted 2015-06-28T07:21:01 by Silas Grarup

Dolly is a beautiful and atmospheric platformer with a somber and subtle story, but don't let that fool you; your precision and patience is required!

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posted 2015-06-27T13:33:38 by Silas Grarup

This game isn't worth playing once; it's worth playing twice, thrice or more!

A serious topic tackled from a humerous and very personal perspective, this visual novel-style CYOA will have you laugh as well as cry.