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Created a new topic BEWARE OF WATERMELONS

Melone in the Dark is one weird game but I strangely like it!

I don't want to give away too much of the story but you essentially have to deal with one pissed watermelon before getting a strange visitor.

The game is not long at all and can be completed in about 5 minutes if you don't doddle. The voice acting is some of the funniest pieces of dialogue that I have heard in a while and the atmosphere is actually quite tense at times.

One thing I would say is that the controls need some work and the fixed camera angles can be difficult to deal with at times. Other than that, this is an impressive piece of work considering it was made in such a short time.

If you're a fan of quirky and unique games, Melone in the Dark is the game for you! Make sure you check out my Let's Play of the game and let me know what you think!

The Story of the Revolutionary Watermelon is a game with two things: A.) A crazy long title for a game and B.) Is an interesting short indie game that is pretty interesting.

The story is simply that you play as a self-aware watermelon that is trying to run for freedom.

The only mechanic that you can use in the game is a jump feature and you have to use physics and the environment to trek through the level.

The atmosphere and sounds of the game are so well done, making for a pretty ominous soundtrack. The art direction and style look very nice and remind me a lot of games like "Inside."

Some negatives are that the jump feature doesn't always work, forcing you to spam the button, which then results in death since you can only sustain a certain amount of damage. The game is also surprisingly short and you can breeze through it in less than 3 minutes if everything goes right (side note: this was made for a gamejam, so we can forgive the length of the game for that reason).

Overall though, The Revolutionary Watermelon was an enjoyable game that I think can be fleshed out even further and made into a full-scale experience! I made a Let's Play of the game so I hope you can check it out and thank you to the developer on making a fun game!

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"Robin" was a great little experience of an Indie game!

I had heard of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the past, but I never really got more of an understanding of it until playing this game. Not only was it educational, I also really enjoyed the mechanics and the art direction of the project; it made everything so simple and relatable without being overly complicated.

Kudos to you students at Media Design School, looking forward to playing anything else you guys make in the future!

And here it is my FINAL (for now) episode of House Party where we beat Katherine's quest and finally get her to open up and have fun!

Seriously, thanks to everyone that has been watching my videos of House Party, it was way more popular than I could have imagined and is easily my most viewed Let's Play series on my channel so far.

And MASSIVE thanks to the developer who made a super fun game and was extremely helpful to me when he did not have to be.

Let's get this game greenlit on Steam and out to a bigger audience!

Welcome to Hanwell is truly a well-made demo for an indie horror game that everyone should be looking forward to playing. The demo itself does feature a handful of jumpscares and they are all well placed and well done.

The environment and graphics look absolutely gorgeous and the overall ambiance and atmosphere truly play up the horror experience.

Some drawbacks are that the demo is surprisingly short (hence why it's a teaser, not an actual demo), there isn't a whole lot to interact with and there are a few bugs involving the lady/monster. If you die, the monster tends to respawn right next to you, only for you to die again if you don't make any quick moves to get away.

Overall, the teaser version of this game delivers just enough to make you really look forward to playing a deeper, more fully fleshed out demo of Hanwell and it's something I can't wait to get my hands on again!

I made a Let's Play of Welcome to Hanwell so let me know what you think and I hope you enjoy the scares/laughs!

So Trump Stamp is a goofy but very funny game that I enjoyed playing through.

The orders and policies that you're tasked with stamping are all perfect parodies of what the real man would want to sign and even the music adds a nice bit of levity to the game. It isn't terribly deep and there isn't anything more you can do besides sign the orders and avoid presidential "leaks" but overall it was a fun little game and I really enjoyed playing it!

Check out my Let's Play of the game and let me know what you think!

That's great to hear, thank you for making such an enjoyablke game and can't wait to see more from you!

I know I am a bit late to the party but I LOVED the concept and demo of Little Bug!

I loved the mechanic of having to control both the little girl and the floating orb separately but at the same time, which adds an unexpected amount of difficulty. The environment looks gorgeous and the controls for both characters handle really well. Even the story seems promising despite not delving too deep into it.

The only "negative" thing I would add is that maybe adding some enemies and some bosses to the game would help flesh it out even more, but I'm sure stuff like that will be looked at for the final game.

Again, I am really looking forward to playing the full version of Little Bug as I think it has PLENTY of promise and potential to be a great platformer!

I made a Let's Play of Little Bug so feel free to check it out and let me know what you think!

Sales Pitch is a fun little game that I enjoyed perusing through. The different outcomes of the game make you want to keep playing and explore each scenario. The dialogue and writing are also pretty damn funny which makes for more than a few laughs.

Obviously this being a gamejam game, there isn't a ton of depth but for an indie game that was made in 10 hours, it's really impressive and definitely worth a try for any indie gamer.

I made a Let's Play of Sales Pitch so I hope you will check it out and let me know what you think!

Unforgiving: A Northern Hymn is a horror demo that everyone should play if you're at all a fan of the horror genre!

While the demo doesn't allow you to interact fully with your environment, the game offers plenty of promise. The graphics and environment look GORGEOUS and is one of the prettier indie games to come out in a while. The characters and monsters that are featured in the game are really intriguing and offer lots of backstory for the developers to play with since they are based on Swedish mythology. The controls handled well and the soundtrack was arguably one of the best things about the game, retching up the intensity immensely.

I will say that the lack of a story for your character is a bit of a negative and the match lighting system needs a bit of work since it takes a bit too long to get a light going. But these "negatives" are VERY minor and can be easily fleshed out for the full game.

Seriously, if you're a fan of indie horror games, this demo is a must play and I am really looking forward to playing the full game once it is released.

I made a Let's Play of Unforgiving: A Northern Hymn, so feel free to check it out and let me know what you think!

Overtime was a fun and surprisingly scary indie horror game that I enjoyed playing!

The premise of the game is that you have to find your sister Jessica in an abandoned office space, all the while avoiding a creepy monster man.

Overtime offers a genuinely unsettling atmosphere, where plenty of little sounds and background noise keep you on the edge. There are PLENTY of jumpscares throughout the game and they are all pretty effective. The radio static that plays whenever the monster is close makes you freak out and the one puzzle in the game is challenging enough without being overly difficult.

Some drawbacks are that the game is pretty light on the story, the monster is pretty bland and sometimes the lights that you find somehow get stuck in the walls and burn out (there are plenty others to grab though). Seeing as how this is a demo, these negatives can be easily forgiven and can be fixed in a deeper, fully fleshed version of the game which I would definitely play.

Overall, I really enjoyed playing Overtime and I salute the developers for making a game that has potential to be made into something more. I made a Let's Play of Overtime so I hope you check it out and subscribe to the channel if you enjoyed!

Water Me is an interesting game and that I think has a lot of potential.

The main premise of the game is that you're stuck inside during a massive rainstorm/flood and you have to keep a plant alive. Spoiler alert: I think no matter what you do, the plant is destined to die, which I think is the point of the game.

One cool thing is that the more you engage with the plant in terms of talking to it and feeding it, the more it grows.

Inevitably though, the plant dies at the end, speaking to the futility of life and how no matter what we do, sometimes we cannot change everything in our life, which is a cool concept to explore in a video game.

There isn't much depth to the game and you can literally finish it in less than 5 minutes, but it's still an enjoyable experience nonetheless and it runs really well with little to no bugs.

I made a Let's Play of Water Me so I hope you check it out and let me know what you think. Enjoy!

Find Him is an... interesting game to say the least.

There isn't much of a story and I don't really know what is going in the game (a giant orgy at a bank/hotel?)

Yet I'm strangely intrigued as to finding out who these people are and what they're celebrating! The music is fun and keeps you into the game, the graphics and environment all look very clean and crisp and the controls handle well (although you can't interact with anything).

While the game is pretty shallow and there isn't much to do besides finding the man doing the nasty, I think there is solid potential to have more added to the game and I would definitely play again if there was stuff added in the future!

I made a Let's Play of Find Him so let me know what you think and I hope you enjoy!

Formless Adventure is a fun little platformer game that has a ton of potential and offers a decent amount of a challenge.

The environment and levels are all really well done, with the colors and the vibrancy really standing out well. The music is enjoyable to listen to and the physics in the game seem pretty spot-on. It reminded me a lot of those old school Mario games which brought back some great memories.

There are a few bug and glitches in the game that I found. If you die near a checkpoint, you might as well just restart the level since you become trapped in perpetual cycle of killing yourself, which makes beating the game more than impossible. Also when you change forms, the character can accidentally push himself towards even more death, which is frustrating to say the least.

Regardless, I think Formless Adventure was a really well made game and with those bugs being taken out of the game, it makes for a really fun play! Also, I'm highly intrigued if a story can be Incorporated into the game (I was trying so hard to figure out just what the hell the main character is supposed to be haha).

I made a Let's Play of Formless Adventure, I hope you all enjoy and don't forget to subscribe if you did!

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MORTEM is a very cool concept of a game that has a lot of potential! The game is very much along the lines of games like Emily Wants to Play where all you have to do is find Mortem 10 times before 10 minutes passes.

The environment and the graphics in the game are absolutely beautiful and character designs are really well done. The soundtrack and sound effects truly make the game even scarier and it's a nice little touch that the music amps up the longer you survive. The light of the flashlight is also spot-on in that you have enough light to see in front you but it doesn't unrealistically light up the entire room.

There isn't any story in the game though (I know there's some backstory on the gamepage) and there are still plenty of strange bugs and glitches that can occur where your character doesn't fully enter the closet, yet still somehow manages to survive Mortem. Mortem also tends to get stuck in a doorway, leading you to restart the game. Also the doors in the game don't seem to be fully functional, as I tried to open one door, only to have another open for me. Overall though for a first version of the game, MORTEM is a super scary and fun horror experience that all Indie game fans should try out! I am definitely looking forward to playing the game again once some updates have been made.

I made a Let's Play of MORTEM so feel free to check it out and let me know what you think!

Although Alien Caseno is obviously a demo or a working build of a game, but I really had fun investigating and exploring the world you created!

The aliens are all distinctive, the controls feel great and the wackiness of the environment fits in perfect to the overall game.

Of course, I wish the game was more fleshed out in that you can interact with the aliens and whatnot, but for what it is, you should be proud of what you made.

Looking forward to anything else you may put out in the future! I made a Let's Play of Alien Caseno, let me know what you think!