Ludum Dare 49: Jingoku

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“Jingoku” by Mathew Arnold, Niru Fekri-Arnold & William L-S. “[Complete] as many minigames as you can before the tower collapses!” The first look at “Jingoku” usually creates a wrong impression, as one might be tempted to consider it a …
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GBJAM 9: Necrow Co.

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“Necrow Co.” by King Worrell & Zahran Worrell. At the titular “Necrow Co.” crows work as psychopomps, beings that collect the souls of the deceased and escort them to the afterlife. The protagonist of this wonderful platformer is …
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Treasure Chest: September 2021

Treasure Chest: September 2021
September brought with it many fabulous little jam submissions, twelve of which we touted on our Twitter account as ideal games for in between. Underwater mysteries, autumnal horror, cleverly enriched classics, beautiful graphics and more await you. A Game By…
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Treasure Chest: August 2021

Treasure Chest: August 2021
Unfortunately, our time was too short in August for us to sift through all the treasures freshly created by the jam and indie scene – but we guarantee you that these five games, which we also recommended on our Twitter…
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co-open

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“co-open” by lowpolis (rayzones & Yaffle), Kyle Yerhot, fricochet, Fallon, cool_swords, Scarlet Winter, Sam Machell, Colin Le Duc, samb_rules, Vinzenz, Autumn Rain, Jerry Vishnevsky, Rémi Le Gallo, aido & …
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Otome Jam – Part Four

Otome Jam – Part Four
“Fated” by VOW Together. You are a postgrad student who gets hired to work at a café. Shakespearean characters you meet, and will you fall in love with one of them as you get better at your job? It …
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Treasure Chest: July 2021

Treasure Chest: July 2021
We recommended seven interesting, smaller games on our Twitter account in July – and once again, they could not be more different from each other. Want to learn about the different levels of password security in a fun way? No…
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