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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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FRACT OSC

With FRACT OSC, Phosfiend Systems has created an absolutely stunning world full of music, ambiance and beautiful abstract attractions to explore. We’ll be dropped into what appears to be a dead city of sound and set loose to discover and repair our surroundings bit by bit. It’s very rewarding and without a doubt one of […]

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Ditto

April fools: the trick is I didn’t try to trick you with anything! Today we’re going to have a look at an outstanding 2D puzzle platformer called Ditto by developer Nitrome. Players must use their reflection to navigate puzzles and collect crystals while making their way through beautiful and detailed levels. Super highly recommended! Just […]

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Lumen

Lumen is a really beautiful 3rd person puzzle platformer designed by a group of students (who go by “Thousand Cranes Studio”) in the masters degree program from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. A little girl wakes up in a nightmare with only a camera and has to take pictures of the environment to solve puzzles […]

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Scale (Preview Build)

Scale is an upcoming first-person reality manipulation game by developer Steve Swink. It features a beautiful art style, a great soundtrack and the ability to either grow or shrink most of the objects in the environment to solve puzzles. There’s a Mario 64 style hub world and individual challenges that you can take in any […]

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Gone Home

Gone Home by The Fullbright Company is a sincere, thoughtful and unique game about finding out why your family is missing based on the things they’ve left behind. You’re free to explore the house at your own pace and interact with the vast majority of objects you find there, all naturalistically rendered and all a […]

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Cannon Brawl (Alpha)

Cannon Brawl by Turtle Sandbox is a hybrid action/strategy game that’s very easy to pick up and play, but very deep and intelligent. I spent some time with it and I have to say it’s extremely fun and addictive with tons of solo missions to play, weapons and characters to unlock, and a terrific multiplayer […]

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Chasm (Preview Build)

I’ve been eager to show you this one for a while now… Chasm by Discord Games is going to be huge. A beautiful fusion of side-scrolling action RPG and platformer with procedurally generated dungeons and a great graphical aesthetic. This is exactly the type of game I’ve been waiting years to play… random loot drops, […]

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Proteus

Today we’re going to revisit Proteus by Ed Key and David Kanaga – the musical, surreal, low-fi adventure through the seasons which has now been officially released on Steam. We’ll look at what has changed since the beta version and talk about why I consider Proteus to be such an interesting and unique game.

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Against the Wall (Alpha)

Here is an example of an outstanding and unique puzzle/platformer from a first person perspective. Think Portal, but instead of a portal gun, you just get a staff that lets you pull blocks out of an infinitely high wall (actually think Catherine). Now we climb. What are we looking for? No clue. It’s still interesting […]

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