Ludum Dare 33: I AM THE SUN

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“I AM THE SUN” by René Rother. “T[here’s no escape].” A speaking seagull, respawning waves of angry enemies, huge towers, long bridges, the sea, a wonderful and bizarre atmosphere, but what exactly is happening in “I AM THE …
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Ludum Dare 33: The Bed Was Cold

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“The Bed Was Cold” by Hayden McCraw. “This is not a horror game, but some people may find the game startling at some points, though it is kept minimal. There are no loud noises and no scary imagery beyond …
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Ludum Dare 29: Water Hazard

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“Water Hazard” by Samuli Jääskeläinen, Petri Liuska, Aku Mähönen, Sofi Kurtti, Tuire Kauppinen & Janne Remes. “[I]nspired from old school survival horror games from [the nineties] like Resident Evil, Alone in the Dark and Dino Crisis.” Jeez, …
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Ludum Dare 30: Titania

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“Titania” by Incredible Ape (Josh Schonstal & Ian Brock) & Guerin McMurry. “Titania” uses glitch aesthetics to tell a story that is somehow confusing, sad, scary and awesome – all at the same time. Gameplay-wise, it is just …
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Ludum Dare 30: Whiteout

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“Whiteout” by René Rother. “[You are] on an antarctic expedition and your partner disappeared. Explore the environment and find him without getting lost yourself. […] There are multiple things to find including your lost partner.” “Whiteout” is a kind …
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Adventure Jam 2015: MARY WOKE UP TODAY

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“MARY WOKE UP TODAY” by Sarah Marie Hiebl & Alexander Böhm. “[A] game about false awakening. Mary [cannot] wake up. [She is] trapped. Or is she?” Awakening. Life. Reality. Matrix. Dreaming. Recognizing. World. Identity. Time. Space. Where is your place? …
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Ludum Dare 32: Udom Nebdon

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“Udom Nebdon” by Paul Lawitzki. “A very short horror-themed “Alone in the Dark”-alike. You are the carrier of a magic mirror making your way through a dark temple to reach its inner sanctum.” The atmosphere in “Udom Nebdon” is …
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