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a collection by stuntddude · last updated 2018-04-30 20:35:11
Everything must go.
Puzzle
The deeper you travel the darker it gets, and you only have your arrows to light the way.
Platformer
A super-tricky time-attack thrust-em-up
Action
GIF
Turn-based bullet-hell class warfare
Action
Play in browser

Very cool.

You have awoken on the abandoned station, Solitude 8140, far off in a desolate corner of the universe.
find takishawa
Platformer
An adorable puzzle game about being a monster and making snowmen
Puzzle
A Story Exploration Video Game from The Fullbright Company
Adventure
GIF
A colorful journey through your mind
Adventure
Bleed
$4.99
Air-dodge, slow-time and blast baddies in this twin-skick action-platformer!
Action

Great reference for A+ game feel, good use of "rule of cool", and excellent tense boss battles. The upgrades feel a bit poorly thought out though, and a standard playthrough of the game (which is all I expect most players will do) leaves almost all unlockables in the whole game still locked. Also, I wish it ran at a higher resolution.

A musical island exploration by Ed Key and David Kanaga
You are working on your Ludum Dare game diligently, and suddenly a cat is on your computer.
Simulation
โ€‹Prepare yourself for an interactive sensory journey unlike anything you've ever played before.
GIF
Mysterious command line tools
Puzzle

Stupidly inventive and full of emergent laugh-out-loud moments despite only being a few minutes long. Definitely something to learn from.

GIF
Connect the dots. Crack the case.
Puzzle
Play in browser

The twist halfway through is great, even if it takes a bit too long to get there.

Adventure
Capsule is a single-player survival game played entirely through a radar interface.
Survival
GIF
An endless free fall on a minimal landscape full strange sculptures and environments.
Action

Interesting concept with unfortunately lazy random generation and overall poor execution. I'd love to see this remade into a less buggy, more aesthetically and mechanically coherent game with a bit more depth.

Short and potentially frustrating bullet hell game
Shooter

It's fun for a couple minutes.

A digging, jetpacking, plant-watering puzzle game.
Puzzle

Does a poor job of communicating its janky mechanics and expects the player to know too much a priori.

GIF
A playful, interactive alphabet.
A ghost gives you a tiny seed. How will you take care of it?
Play in browser
GIF
Play with your sound card

It's a fun little toy.

A short non-fictional visual story about a near-fatal experience that forever changed the life of an 18 year old.
Visual Novel

Not really a game.

explore the icy forest, remember the lost one, observe a lunar eclipse.

This is about 2 minutes of walking and reading. It's neat, I guess, but no way is it worth $5. Also, the app icon is a solid white circle, and the mouse sensitivity is ridiculously low.

GIF

Visual aesthetic is hard on the eyes, but stylish. Music is fitting. Writing is very compelling. Not sure what to make of the ending.

GIF
an audiovisually colorful exploration game
Adventure

Comes packaged as a .dmg containing only a .app... which is itself actually just a funky non-standard installer for the real game. Not sure what's up with that.

The aesthetic is exceptionally charming, and is far and away the game's strongest point - everything about it exudes personality and creativity - but as far as gameplay, this seriously needs to learn a *lot* from existing good platformers about how to feel fair and satisfying to play before I'd be willing to sink more than a few minutes into fighting the same boss over and over again with the same clumsy controls. The excessively long transitions and awkward menus certainly don't help.

It's finally time to leave the nest.
Platformer

The art style is beautiful (as always with Managore games), but there are some subtle game jam smells still, and the difficult curve has a couple major choke points, including a sudden difficulty spike just when the end is in sight - one of my most hated game design anti-patterns.

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