On Twitter as @TootataCollect == Curating and Collecting nice short games == Hey, games are interesting don’t you think?
Help a shy file express their feelings to a cute file.
The main thing you do in ADLS, sending letters & drawings from one file to another, is the cutest thing & is paired with lovely & funny writing.
Go on a musical quest to save the world.
The playful singing mechanic of Wandersong, combined with its heartwarming story, will leave you with stars in the eyes and the ears.
Haunt the house and its few inhabitants.
This bite-sized experience is suprisingly melancholic for a game with such lovely felt pen-drawn trees and dog.
Deliver letters to everybody.
Your letter-tossing task in MORNING POST is merely an excuse to visit a small house packed with smiling characters and objects, funny situations and colourful drawings.
Follow two characters talking and look at the stars.
These vignettes could be scenes in a Lynch movie. Nothing's explained, but you follow the characters' conversation and worries as if they were people you kind of knew.
Follow the expeditions of three sailors.
Burly Men at Sea feels like the picturebooks you'd read over and over as a child; but each time you open it, it's a new adventure.
Drive your trolley through villages and landscapes.
Short Trip is a hand-drawn panorama you cross while picking up cat passengers. The world feels alive as vistas and inhabitants pass before your eyes.
Collect things as you wander in the neighborhood.
This charming little space captures the excitement of finding things on the ground (junk, acorns, coins) during a walk, and keeping them for no good reason.
Explore a generated island during a year.
Wandering games can be like tourism, but the islands of Proteus, as you visit them during the 4 seasons, end up feeling like places you know intimately.
Watch sandcastles disappear under the waves.
The brief life (10 seconds) of the castles, combined with how easy it is to rebuild them and the nice sounds, make for a relaxing short break.
Visit the faithful(?) recreation of a human casino made by aliens.
Alien Caseno has a diorama quality to it: watch and explore an animated model of a casino, packed with jokes on human culture and habits.
Fiddle around in colourful giants' heads.
GNOG looks like a plastic box full of small figures. It is full of details and micro-actions that don't do much except making a weird sound or a pleasant sparkle.