Ratropolis

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“Ratropolis” by Cassel Games (SungJin Hwang, SunWoong Lee, MinSu Kim, GaYeon Ham, JunHyeok Park & TaeGyung Yeon). “[The players] are clan leaders [of] a small rat post, they will defend your rats from predators and monstrous creatures. [The user’s] main…
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Dicey Dungeons

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“Dicey Dungeons” by Terry Cavanagh, Marlowe Dobbe, Niamh Houston, Justo Delgado Baudí, Dana Trebella & Holly Gramazio. “In this […] [deck-building] roguelike […] [you will] fight monsters, find better loot, and level up your heroes …
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Ludum Dare 43: OVERCHARGE

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“OVERCHARGE” by Jonas Tyroller & Yannick Pawils. “You can overcharge turrets which makes them deal additional damage for a period of time. Unfortunately it also destroys them.” Imagine a tower defense game in which you cannot build or reposition …
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#LOWREZJAM 2018: Meteorite

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“Meteorite” by bauxite. “Explore a facility on a far away planet, find gun upgrades, and upgrade your movement capabilities to surpass previously unsurmountable obstacles.” “Meteorite” is a metroidvania inspired by “Metroid Prime”, which gets played from the first-person …
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Awful Summer Jam 2018: IIslands of War

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“IIslands of War” by jwiggs. “A tactical roguelite where you must construct and battle floating islands made of [oversized] blocks of earth. […] [They] have cannons[,] […] lasers[,] […] shields and floatrons to keep them afloat. Go about exploring a …
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Ludum Dare 41: Roulette Knight

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“Roulette Knight” by Four Quarters team (Dmitry Karimov, Alexander Goryeslavets, Alexander Vartazaryan & Dmitry Lagutov). “Shoot your way [through] the hoards of bullets! […] [Role-playing game meets] Russian roulette.” “Roulette Knight” is a masterpiece of a genre …
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Ludum Dare 41: Dear Clicker

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“Dear Clicker” by Robert Pfeiffer. “[An] atmospheric virtual art product. […] Prepare to click a lot.” If you ever wondered what “Dear Esther” as a clicker game would be like, then “Dear Clicker” will now give you the answer …
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