Otome Jam – Part Two

Otome Jam – Part One
“Deliver Us From Evil” by Galen Games (Crysil), Jess Rico Hatton, LunaMakaio, Crystal, Ednar Pinho, Ayael, Rowanty, FallRight, Foleso, Alli, Leporine, Ashe Thurman, Ryan Hoyle, Bradley Gareth…
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Otome Jam – Part One

Otome Jam – Part One
“The Lion Queen” by Ninemew. Princess Zella of Brunaria needs to marry in order to take the throne, but a nearby empire wants to take over her kingdom. Can she find the perfect spouse to rule with her and …
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Inside | Out

Screenshot of "Inside | Out"
“Inside | Out” by Yoan Allibert. “[This game is] a recursive first-person adventure set under a mysterious dome. The world around you is contained within itself[.] […] Progress and transform the environment around you, bring items into the smaller …
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BOBA

Screenshot of "BOBA"
“BOBA” by Casey MacNeil, Dalton Leavey, Connor Grail & Sony-Shock. “A game about bubbles and stopping time[.]” If ever a video game was comparable to a drink, this is probably it: “BOBA” is – not only because …
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Treasure Chest: June 2021

Treasure Chest: June 2021
Last month, we recommended eleven games on our Twitter account, including nine jam submissions and two small indie games. Whether you are looking for puzzles based on electricity, magnetism or math, artificial intelligences of a slightly different kind, the …
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That Which Faith Demands

Screenshot of "That Which Faith Demands"
“That Which Faith Demands” by Jenna Yow & Austin Miller. “An endless war spanning aeons and galaxies, fought with mechs forged from the bodies of gods. [It is] up to you and your crew to salvage what you can.” In …
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Fossil Corner

Screenshot of "Fossil Corner"
“Fossil Corner” by Brady Soglin, Dylan Payne & Bobby Volpendesta. “In [this game], [you are] a retired paleontologist, collecting fossils and solving evolutionary puzzles in your old garage.” Full disclosure right ahead:Sebastian Standke used a free key of …
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Night Running

Screenshot of "Night Running"
“Night Running” by Zheng Fang. “[A] video game about softness, hardness, opaqueness, transparency, sex, violence, love, hate, confusion, and misinterpretation.” Misinterpretation is one of the themes “Night Running” deals with, and so it may very well be that my own…
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