Buddy Simulator 1984 DEMO

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“Buddy Simulator 1984 DEMO” by Not a Sailor Studios (Joshua Eckhart, DeMarco Scarnegie, Brandon Hesslau & Vince Weiss). “GREETINGS NEW USER! Thanks to next-generation AI technology, BUDDY SIMULATOR 1984 simulates the experience of hanging out with a best buddy. …
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Ludum Dare 45: Fairytiles

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“Fairytiles” by Catie Jo & Florent. “[T]he love child of a “Choose your own [a]dventure” book and a game of Scrabble – choose your words wisely! Armed with only a handful of letter tiles, take a bold adventurer through the journey of her…
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Adventure Jam 2018: Snowspirit

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“Snowspirit” by Phil Fortier. “Up high in the mountains, you wake up from your summer hibernation, only to find things are not quite as you expected… […] [T]he line between dream and reality is blurred as you try to …
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Ludum Dare 41: Treasure Chest #56

Treasure Chest #56
What’s a “Treasure Chest” article? It’s a short text and video compilation of three to five small jam games we really liked for some reason (like core concept, artwork, effort etc.). “On The Fly” by Rebecca Harrison & Joshua Hurd…
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Ludum Dare 38: Treasure Chest #29

Treasure Chest #29
What’s a “Treasure Chest” article? It’s a short text and video compilation of three to five small jam games we really liked for some reason (like core concept, artwork, effort etc.). “Brainstorm 38” by Géraud Zucchini. A metagame about …
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Ludum Dare 24: Psychiatric Evaluation

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“Psychiatric Evaluation” by Felipe Alfonso, Elias Zacarias & Francisco Alcántara. “An adventure of a lonely psychiatric patient who wants to escape the asylum where he is trapped.” This game is bloody brilliant. A symbiosis between text and graphics, …
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Forever Jam: Second Date

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“Second Date” by Harrison Chute. “[A] romantic thriller, a text-based puzzle game, where […] you escape.” Holy shit. I mean, seriously: Holy frickin’ shit. I’m not really a fan of text adventures, but Harrison Chute wrote such an intense …
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