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THEBEES

Today we’re going to look at another experimental game from the Global Game Jam 2015 – THEBEES by developers Logan Gilmour, Matthew Satchwill, Talicia Dutchin, with music by Jordan Bloemen. We’ll control a swarm of bees trying to escape the winter cold while avoiding all the various obstacles along the way. Check out THEBEES for […]

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Grey

Today we’re checking out another game from the Global Game Jam 2015. Gray by developer Jovcem is a first person puzzle/platformer/exploration game where players must use stretchy cubes to solve traversal puzzles leading to a lighthouse off in the distance. There’s some positives and some negatives, but all in all I’m glad I took the […]

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Synclox

Synclox by developer Detective Pixel is a cute and quirky adventure platformer where you play as a little character lost in a city of clouds who must solve a mysterious puzzle. This game serves to exemplify how much fun gameplay a developer can create with minimal assets and a good premise! Check out Synclox for […]

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Opoid

Today we’re going to have a walk through the very strange and mysterious color-worlds of Opoid by developer DuneWorld. Doors will appear and we must navigate the surreal world ahead without colliding with any of the obstacles. I have very little idea what to ultimately think about this one but I welcome your opinions! Check […]

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Home Improvisation

Today we’re going to check out Home Improvisation by developer The Stork Burnt Down – designed for the Global Game Jam 2015. This is essentially a physics-powered cooperative IKEA furniture building simulation. You’ll be given a box of parts with no instructions and be asked to build your best rendition of the proper piece of […]

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Olympia Rising (Alpha)

Today we’re going to check out an early version of a very promising upcoming action/platformer with fantastic controls and art-style called Olympia Rising by developer Paleozoic. We’re tasked with escaping the underworld and destroying evil along the way. There’s magic, there’s a great chain combo system and of course – there’s lots of jumping. Check […]

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I’m Null

*Mature Content Warning* Today we’re going to check out I’m Null by developers Zak Ayles, Devin Horsman & Robin Arnott. I like to think of it as an interactive virtual art installation with some emergent qualities. There might be other real players, maybe there aren’t… it’s tough to tell. Sometimes you can explore the world […]

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Ribbons

Today we’re going to have a quick look at a charming and cute little artistic platformer called Ribbons by developers Chelsea Howe, Jennifer Miller and Michael Molinari. We’ll take the role of a little bird who can produce ribbon from it’s behind and send it all around the treetops trying to make the most colorful […]

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Entomophobia

Today we’re going to have a look at Entomophobia by developer Scott Slucher – a top-down wave based shooter designed for LD 31 with the theme “Entire Game on One Screen”. Featuring a unique presentation and some very fun gameplay, I have had no problem playing through this short game about 4 times now. I’d […]

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CastleMania

Developed for the #NESjam game jam, CastleMania by developer Zombiesaurus Games is a really well done short-form action/platformer that pays homage to the NES Castlevania series. Take on hoards of zombies and difficult jumps as you make your way to the boss! Check out CastleMania for free in your browser at the link below.

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