It's a perfect example of Parody and, after Nintendo's lawyers attacked, DMCA abuse.
Far futuristic party time walking simulator. People are flames! Very pretty.
I went into this expecting a cyberpunk trip, and found a gigantic cityscape to rocket pack around. It was a good time!
Let's walk through a strange, alien world of cubes and.. cubes.. and more cubes...
Weird stuff, I'm not sure I really understand it, but it carries the inexplicable mood that the title suggests it should have.
Tons of fun! Great feeling of revenge after having played games like FTL where you have to keep the idiot crew alive.
Is "Poking around someone else's computer Simulator" really a genre? Because that's what this is.
I wish there was a bigger game, or a campaign, or something. This was awesomely fun and left me wanting more.
Alien and hauntingly beautiful, I'm not entirely sure what to make of Orchids to Dusk, but I loved the experience.
Reminds me (in a good way) of all those old interactive movie games from the birth of the CD-ROM.
Let's throw beers at people, break glasses, and spill suds everywhere! Like Tapper but... not...
I feel terribly manipulated (and disoriented) after giving Call of Dudley a play.
Even after having played this game, I'm not quite sure what actually happened in most of it. Very weird.
It's interesting to watch. It would be even more interesting to be able to visit the worlds you view, but alas...
A haunting, sparse walking simulator, the feeling of loss and solace is powerful.
We have to save Halloween by driving around in our car and grabbing candy. I think. This was fun and silly.
What an incredibly silly old-school arcade game. It's fun, but I'm terrible at it!
Crowtel is a great platformer with a nice balance of difficulty and save points. It's cute looking, the music is catchy, and the sound effects are charming.
A too-faithful recreation of the 80's gaming experience rendered in glorious, loving CGA graphics. I liked it for what it is, which is an interesting experience. I don't ever want to go back to these days in gaming!
Off-Peak is a very pretty, stylish adventure game set in a train station in a city that is oddly consumed by a pre-occupation with musicians and the circus. I'm curious about the world and would like to go explore more of it.
You can check out some video of me playing through it here.
This is the only game where you can battle Michael Jackson as Michael Jackson. Very Moonwalker-era, very crazy. I just wish I had people to face off against!
You can check out the game in action here:
After Black Lodge 2600, I should have expected another Twin Peaks-themed game... but a Rhythm game? I never would've expected that.
I gave it a spin in this video:
It's awesomely weird and amusing and something anyone who enjoyed Twin Peaks should play at least once.
What a surreal and unsettling (and creepy) experience. Once I figured out one little thing, it got even stranger. I loved it! I never want to play it again. But, dang, they really nailed the atmosphere.
You can check out my Let's Play of it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8nAFaK0FpI