Tag Archives: surreal

Climb

Today we’re gonna take a quick look at Climb by developer Camp-Cult. Climb up randomly generated structures and unlock new visual filters to make the experience that much more pretty to look at! Check out Climb for yourself at the link below.

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Desolation Dream

Today we’re going to check out Desolation Dream from developers Oleflaten, Owe and Volantk – designed for the Global Game Jam 2015. We’ll wander around a landscape looking for more friends who we can sing with to move obstacles. It’s a really interesting start to something I hope to see more of later! Check out […]

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Inaris: The Cloud Temple

Today we’re going to have a look at Inaris: The Cloud Temple by student developers at the Digipen Institute. Inaris is a first-person puzzle/platformer with a bit of a “spiritually-oriented Portal” vibe to it. We’ll explore interesting and lonely environments while using our abilities to activate and lower pillars to solve increasingly complex puzzles. Check […]

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Highlights

*SEIZURE WARNING* Today we’re going to have a look at Highlights – another game from game design students at the Vancouver Film School. We’ll play as a neon dragon slaying neon attack Phoenix that have descended on the Great Wall of China! Check out Highlights for free at the link below!

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The Puzzle Guardian

Today we’re going to check out The Puzzle Guardian by student developers at the Vancouver Film School. We’ll take a tour of a world where literally everything is made up of jigsaw pieces and find our way through a few simple puzzles. Check out The Puzzle Guardian for free at the link below.

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Problems & Solutions

*SEIZURE WARNING* So it looks like the streak is dead unfortunately – that’s ok. I’m back with another very strange game today. Problems & Solutions by developer Increpare Games takes us on a journey that I can’t begin to understand. Maybe with your help we can put this together? Check out Problems & Solutions for […]

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Dream.1

Today we’re going to check out Dream.1 by developer Oxam. We’ll go for a walk through an ethereal dream-like cityscape and hop along the tops of buildings looking for cool things to see. It may not have a ton of “gameplay” specifically, but it is a very cool environment and atmosphere to inhabit. Check out […]

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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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Naut

*SEIZURE WARNING* Ever desire to drive around the surface of Mars in a convertible? Well, me either… but now you can! That’s exactly the experience you can expect with Naut by Lucie viatgĂ©, Tom Victor, Titouan Millet and members of the Klondike collective. There’s houses all over the place and people to meet… as well […]

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7 Meditations

This is it! Today is the 1,000th consecutive episode of Indie Impressions! Today we’re going to have a look at 7 Meditations by developer Nifflas’ Games – an ethereal hang-gliding game of sorts. I’ve never seen anything exactly like it and I’m quite mesmerized by it! We’ll explore a strange environment and do our best […]

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