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5 Bitsy games you should play

A randomised mega-collaboration by the Bitsy Discord
Adventure
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Bitsy Mystery Dungeon is a celebration of all things Bitsy! Cats, Onions, picking flowers, high contrast dungeons and idyllic pastel villages. Organised through the Bitsy community Discord with every contributor adding a single room of their own, there's a lot to dive into. There's no end goal but you'll find that there's a lot of people in this labyrinthine looping world in need of your help. I haven't even seen every room in the 20 to 30 minutes I played. I feel like I could play this for hours, a rare feat for a bitsy game. It really shows the devotion and overall culture of the Bitsy community.

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a game with mermaids~
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A Day in The Life of a Sea Witch is just that, spend a day beneath the waves in the shoes... uhh, fins? of a young sea witch. Explore the underwater world of Mermadia collecting ingredients for a potion your friend a mermaid has pleaded with you to make them. What does the potion do? It doesn't matter because this game is really about having conversations with your fellow inhabitants of the sea floor. Onion does a wonderful job of building unique characters around an underwater theme. 

Be a duck! Grind for levels! Save the world?
Role Playing
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Little duck's big adventure: a bitsy RPG is the first game I've seen to implement a turn based battle system. It includes attacks, items and even magic! Make your way through a variety of areas to gain the magic powers you need to enter the mysterious ruined White City.

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Silverybield Foss is simply a game about hill walking. Take your bag full of things you probably didn't need to bring and ascend towards a rushing waterfall. Not only does this game have beautiful art it also evokes memories for me and I'm sure anyone else who's ever climbed a mountain, of days spent getting lost in bogs and scrambling up ridges in the rain. It's the closest to an actual walking simulator I've ever played.

I returned once again to the city of my molting...
Role Playing
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A Moth Batters Against Glass is one of the first bitsy games I remember playing. It's desolate world and clever choice system influenced my own bitsy work greatly, making it hard to believe this came out less than a year ago. I didn't even start making Bitsy games until after I played it but I could swear I've been making bitsy games for years. In the game you return to the once great city where you were born, finding it desolate at the hands of a mysterious creature. You only visit "out of respect" but find that since you were last there things have only gotten worse.