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Kratzen’s Selects

a collection by Froge · last updated 2017-11-22 23:06:40

Good shit right there 👀

Everything in here is good, good, good, and you’re a good man for taking the time to look at ’em.

Don’t let the opinions of nobodies tell you what to like. Let me tell you what to like.

スーパードンキーコング D R E A M A K E
Platformer
Froge says

“The Kong has landed. This is a game that all games should be: nonsense parodies of each other, though mostly of vapourwave. Yes, vapourwave, that old genre that has died a dozen times last decade. It’s also one of those ‘art games’.”

Full review at Kratzen.

GIF
a half-true story about half-truths
Play in browser
Froge says

“Another visual novel by another indie darling on another sardonic review by yours truly. I will spoil everything for you and say it is good, and those who read the title and feel a twinge of anxiety will be especially interested.”

Full review at Kratzen.

GIF
Reversed Tamagotchi Love Story
Visual Novel
Froge says

“This is not so much an edgy subversion of our conflicting desires to be loved and feared, as it is a short little experiment that does much ado about nothing before ending on a sweet note that’s just good enough to share.”

Full review at Kratzen.

GIF
ONE COURT. TWO SPORTS. NO FOULS.
Sports
Froge says

“Reader: please look at the title. Please look at it. Do you enjoy the title? If you do, you will enjoy this game. It features dunking and kicking and is overall very fun but not much else. In essence, the perfect multiplayer game.”

Full review at Kratzen.

A My Little Pony visual novel about Fluttershy on her first date with Pinkie Pie.
Visual Novel
Froge says

I like to keep my stars close to my cold hard heart, but there are some novels so full of glee I have to relent. This is one of those reads you would never expect to turn out good. But it does. And it’s as brilliant as I am."

Full review at Kratzen.

A Video Game About THINGS.
Shooter
Froge says

“When the developer gets bored of their game, two things happen. It either rots in a hard drive somewhere, or they ship out what’s left. That’s what ULTRA ADHD is: a slightly schiznophrenic undistilled design document."

Full review at Kratzen.