Stuff I played and liked.
A refreshingly personal story about depression and self-hatred, told through a white-knuckle journey up a magical mountain. Easily one of the best platformers ever made.
A pretty straightforward game-jam game about the dangers of corporate control over the internet. Heavily inspired by Papers, Please, but clever and different enough to be worth playing.
An excellent example of how values can be communicated through game systems. A must-play for anyone interested in games and leftist politics. Make sure to play the tutorial!
A short, fun game about spying on a squirrel. The colour palette is beautiful and the concept, while straightforward, is executed almost flawlessly.
Everything is one of the boldest and most enjoyable video game experiences around. It's a philosophical journey through the universe that caused me to rethink my place in life, while still routinely making me laugh out loud.
This game fucking sucks, but in a good way. Just play it and you'll see.