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Kentucky Route Zero is a magical realist adventure game about a secret highway in the caves beneath Kentucky.

prob in my top 3 fav games of all time. just play it (and don't forget the interludes between acts)


Simply amazing roguelike. Don't let the language barrier scare you off and don't lean too hard on Google Translate: you'll learn through experimentation and have a lot of fun doing it.

Brave hundreds of hand-crafted challenges as you help Madeline survive her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain!

Super tight platformer with a ton of secrets and challenges to chew on. A surprisingly emotional narrative. Impossible to put down. I love it.

Golfing across an infinite desert

game of the year 2014

a Cyberpink Adventure

A challenging and unique puzzle game with a great aesthetic! Beglitched isn't great at teaching you how to play it, but if you can get past the learning curve you're in for a treat.

an audiovisually colorful exploration game

hubol's 2 is a delightful take on the "Metroidvania" formula with crazy visuals, great level design, and an insane amount of personality.

brainmelting snake

A great looking Snake clone that adds a bunch of randomized elements that make every playthrough exciting and unique. This is the perfect game to play a round or two of during your lunch break (or just play non-stop over an entire weekend, like I did).

It's finally time to leave the nest.

Possibly one of my favorite games of all time, made even more amazing by the fact it was created in only 48 hours by a single person.

Retrieve the stolen gemstone from the mansion of traps, guided by a friendly voice.
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Short and cute, simulates the intimate experience of having a friend sitting beside you, helping you through a game.

interactive fiction

One of the most complex and interesting interactive fiction games I've had the pleasure of playing.

a game whose window you can manipulate

Daniel continues to find ways to turn the platformer on its head, this time by allowing the player to manipulate the game window itself to change the way the character can interact with their surroundings.