Tag Archives: browser based

Forever

Today we’re going to check out Forever by developers Flex Roman, Loïc Perillier & Pol Clarissou. I’d like to believe this is a rather morbid commentary on what it’s like to work in retail. It seems to actually go on forever sometimes. Check out Forever for free in your browser at the link below.

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You Fell Into A Pit

Today we’re going to check out a simple but very fun little randomly generated platformer called You Fell Into A Pit by developer A. West Security – made in 48 hours for the #RandomWorld Game Jam. We play as a little character pretending to be a ghost just trying to get out of this mysterious […]

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Jet/Lag

*SEIZURE WARNING* Today we’re going to check out a super-minimalistic rogue-like-like-like called Jet/Lag developed by Svblm. Zip around a randomly generated world and try your best to crash through enemies while not getting run into yourself. There are power-ups and some surprisingly tactical combat to master… how far can you make it? Check out Jet/Lag […]

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Animated Kandinsky

Today we’re going to explore the concept behind Animated Kandinsky by developers Nivetha Kannan and Sarah Kwan. Essentially the developers have added animation and sound effects to Kandinsky’s 1932 piece “Decisive Pink” and we’ll have a discussion about non-representational art as a result. Don’t worry, not every episode is/will be like this! Hope you enjoy […]

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Cyroad

Today we’re checking out Cyroad by developer Kenney – designed for the Cyberpunk Jam Game Jam. Fly down the road with increasing speed and avoid obstacles while collecting diamonds to go for the high score! It’s a simple but fun mechanic and Cyroad has good production value to match. Check it out for free at […]

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Not The Elephant

Today we’re going to have a quick look at Not The Elephant by developer Snapman_I_Am designed for the LD29 competition with the theme of “Beneath The Surface”. We’ll do our best to get to the center of this sculpture full of elephant by throwing cannonballs (or something?) at it. It’s actually a whole bunch of […]

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You Are A Fly On Another Planet

Today we’re going to have a look at You Are A Fly On Another Planet by developer Beefstrong. There’s very little to say about this one that isn’t already said in the title… we’re very literally just a fly on another planet living out the mundane life of nearly any other fly on this planet. […]

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Way To Go

Today we’re going to check out Way To Go by developers Vincent Morisset, Philippe Lambert, Edouard Lanctot-Benoit & Caroline Robert. Essentially a magical walk through the woods, we’ll be checking out an entirely new way to see the world with a 360 degree panorama of the woods as they fade away to a cartoon land […]

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Spookie Selfie

Today we’re going to re-enter the realm of spooky, scary skelemen and explore the horrifying graveyard of Spooky Selfie by developer Brenden Gibbons. We’re a skeleton with a smartphone and our only goal is to take the best selfie while doing skeleton things as possible! Check it out at the link below.

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Too Many Doors

Too Many Doors by developer Sebastian Alvarez is a strange first-person exploration/puzzle game featuring – as the title states – far too many doors. Some of them lead nowhere, some of them have a few destinations… let’s see if we can find our way through! Check out Too Many Doors for free in your browser […]

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