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I Played This

a collection by Daniel Feit · last updated 2016-11-27 08:27:47
Match 3 sequel to Flying Kick
Puzzle
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Tricky, lo-fi puzzler. The limits of your moves can be frustrating but that's what keeps it so straightforward. Kicking gems feels good!

try to get some rest | don't miss your stop
Rpg
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It's a cute sim of something every straphanger must face, although there's little to it other than learning just how long to hold the button down. Still, I appreciate games about experiences I know all too well.

Can you ruin Thanksgiving?
Action

This is a fun little "destroy everything" game that reminds me of Chabudaigaeshi (that Japanese arcade game about overturning a table). Very eager to see what becomes of the idea, as this is apparently a prototype made in just three weeks.

Cute little game jam game made by cuties, for cuties, and full of cuties! ^o^
Other
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There's not much to this: you click on the box and something cute appears. It's fun to play with but not "fun to play," if that makes sense. But it is definitely cute!

A bite-sized scrolling beat'em up with a dark fantasy theme.
Action
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A tiny brawler of a game with variable difficulty and lots of charm. Only three stages but it's terrific fun.

It's not you. It's your brain lying to you. You're great!
Rpg

It's a game jam creation so it's small, but it works within those limitations to great effect. Speaking of effects, some of the things you see inside the "maze" can be a little intense. But check this out.

It's the season for penny buns, Grandma forced you to come along a bit. But deep down you know it'll do you good.
Other

Very pretty, quiet game. Even though I never picked mushrooms or spent much time with a grandparent, it felt relatable and warm.

A game about secrets and forgiveness.
Other

It took me a couple tries to understand what to do. I suppose I could have mashed keys or crafted a fictional secret, but instead I thought back to whether there really was something from my childhood I never told my mother.

There is. I told this game a personal story that I have never told to any human being. It's not, strictly speaking, the kind of memory one frantically hide from others, but it is something I have never shared before in my life.

Then I did it again in order to see the other ending.

every house is haunted
Adventure

If you enjoy horror and felt strongly about GONE HOME (good or bad) then ANATOMY is for you. Remember: even when it ends, it's not over.

an explorable flash-fiction horror story
Other

Simple yet effective storytelling. Don't get confused if you feel lost: when the time comes the door will be open and you will know it.

Old-school sidescroller
Platformer

Pretty tough thanks to a limited reach and limited lives. But the jumping and spear feel good. I'll have to keep trying to find out where it takes me.

consult the divine / scry the future / fear not the dead

It's a...fortune teller? Very moody, though the text I got was more "mysterious" than "interesting."

Experimental narrative puzzler for Ludum Dare 31. Find the full 2.5 hour experience on Steam!
Other
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I am definitely playing the full version.

Other

Very cute. I think I heard a whistle? Now I wonder how many secrets are in there if I keep climbing...or stop.

MONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEYMONEY
Simulation

Definitely how I feel right now while looking for work.

wandering through space without a purpose_ getting old and getting lost_
Other

I tried the browser version. While it is short and a little sparse, this is the sort of space game I want to see more of: exploration, mystery, open-ended possibilities. Not interstellar battles.

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Takes weird, ASCII-esque selfies. Cool.

Nine waves of ichthyoidic fury.
Shooter
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Does what it says. I enjoyed the voices, would have liked a score tally at the end, but this was fun. Good chunks when you shoot the fish.

78 cards. 300 words. focus, breathe, and draw.
Other
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I'm in awe: this is a Twine game? And it's only 300 words? I'll be revisiting this again and again, I know it.

a decreational game
Platformer
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"there is an ending" remember that!

you're bleeding out, you better apologize
Other
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If the name doesn't clue you in, this is a dark one. But what a great use for the medium: to simulate an experience no one should have to experience, possibly as a metaphor for...well, I'm not sure what.

A physics-based dating simulator.
Puzzle
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OK it takes a few tries to "get" the rules but that's likely intentional. This is very clever.

self exploration
Simulation

another short, but very sweet, game from Arielle. I am such a sucker for these little games that reinforce positivity.

Explore space and create your own universe.
Adventure

This is a lot of fun! I don't think it ends, you just keep creating new worlds and thus it takes longer to find the materials each time. Still, I liked it.

a half-true story about half-truths
Other
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Brilliant. Insane tension. This game offered a glimpse of how hard it is to tell people news they don't want to hear.

a simple introduction & celebration
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Welcome to 2015! I was pleasantly surprised by this game Arielle said she made in just a few hours. I wonder if I'm reading too much into her choice of imagery...

Other
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It's like a poem or a tweet, a simple message that only takes a minute to play but it's worth it. And the message is important.

Other

I really liked the way the shower controlled the passage of time. I hope that's not a spoiler.

It's finally time to leave the nest.
Platformer

The wrap-around graphics are dizzying at times, the music sounds like one note stretched to infinity (similar to the graphics really). Easy to get lost, but worth the trip.