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hajima-7 · a month ago
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Little Witch In The Woods
[Early access on steam]
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hollowmoor-game · a month ago
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Happy MerMay!
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cakesandtea · 5 days ago
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summer dancing in the rain ☔️
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theanxiouskitten · 9 months ago
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Just a simple drawing I did of Stella’s hat from Spiritfarer. That game was an amazing, emotional roller coaster of an experience. Have you played yet?
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wholesomegames · a year ago
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In Webbed, you'll swing through the trees, spin sticky webs, make friends with bugs, and be the adorable spider you've always wanted to be! Normally spiders scare me, but this little fella seems friendly https://store.steampowered.com/app/1390350
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neoyi · a year ago
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So there were new indie game directs (Day of the Dev and Wholesome Games) and I was basically Foaming Mouth Guy from Avatar because I’m hyped for indie games.
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Since I can’t ill afford to shut up about my opinions, here’s a big, fat blog on what particular games I’m either looking forward to, has piqued my interest, or at least curious enough for me to comment on it even if it’s not within my wheelhouse.
Axiom Verge 2: I have no horse in this race, I just think it’s nice of them to let players skip boss fights if they want to for ease of gameplay.
Toem: A Photo Adventure: Some evil genius combined photo snapping and meandering sidequests together into one game, knowing I’d be putty in their hands. There’s actually a few photograph games in these directs, but this one grabbed me because the list of quests you do looks so specific that it scratches a particular itch for me.
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Garden Story: Incredibly lovely Mother 3-like graphics aside, this game hits all my buttons: quest-based gameplay to help numerous NPCs, managing the layout of your town, exploration, and RPG-like elements make this one a dream indie game for me.
Vokabulants: For some reason, this game’s setting isn’t doing it for me, but I’m awestruck with their decision to use stopmotion for the entire thing. Rarely utilized, always cool to see.
Death’s Door: I don’t care about birds, but I DO like grim reaper stuff, so color me piqued.
Elec Head: I already knew about this game thanks to Game Maker’s Toolkit’s Game Jam, and I think I have it bookmarked on itch.io, so it’s nice to see this will get fleshed out into a full game.
I haven’t played the Game Jam version, but the minimum coloring (yellow = electricity which is what you need to trigger to progress) compliments the concept well.
Walk: I am a wimpy baby chicken bitch, so I can’t do horror games, but developing the entirety of Walk’s environment to look as if they’re seen from grainy cameras is such a brilliant way to convey the terrifying unknown your player character has to face. I won’t play this, but I am definitely going to watch a Let’s Play of it.
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Moonglow Bay: I’ve been excited for this one for a while. All those hours playing the fishing minigame in Ocarina of Time (and eventually Majora’s Mask) and lamenting for the existence of an entire game with an excuse plot to fill out a fish compendium will soon be fulfilled. I’m so ecstatic.
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Loot River: What the fuck? What the living shit? How did they animate the water like that? What the shit? What the goddamn hell? It just looks so good!
Recolit: This game has potential to be atmospheric. It also feels like the kind of game that can deliver a Surprise Spooky or two. For some reason, the main character walking through the barely lit museum really spoke to me.
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A Little to the Left: A game where you arrange objects until they’re are properly organized and/or structured? Oh-no, who made this game for me?
Yokai Inn: Sold just for the adorably whimsical graphics alone.
Mythic Ocean: Undersea exploration and sea creatures are my jam. Hope this game will fill a hole in my heart that Abzu sadly did not.
Beast of Maraville Island: I see this game and Donkey Kong Country share a continuity through their banana birds.
We are OFK: Tell you the truth, I don't really care about Band Origin stories (I'm not really a music buff kinda person), but I've been waiting for Teddy Dief and co's game for a while. Whether or not I take anything from this game by end, I know I’ll never stop listening to “Follow/Unfollow”, which I have been obsessively playing in the background non-stop the past two days. If they ever bring out the inevitable bandcamp soundtrack, I hope they also include THIS version of the song that played on the Day of the Dev pre-show because it’s just so *chef’s kiss*
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Dordogne: The game's premise isn't really doing it for me, but I dig the watercolor approach.
The Gecko Gods: I remember playing the Gex 2 demo decades ago and being mesmerized by the titular character’s ability to crawl on top of walls and ceilings, and being particularly disappointed at how underutilized it was. The Gecko Gods looks to fill in that gap and I'm intrigued.
Tasomachi: It’s about an airship. I gotta. I gotta!
Bear and Breakfast: I like the art style, kind of like a webcomic if it was picked up by Cartoon Network or Netflix.
Sally: MORE airships? Well, this is the indie direct that just keeps on giving, now isn’t it?
Rainbow Billy: Repaint a black-and-white world into color is becoming A Thing in indie games, but the animation and style is just bursting with charm.
Unpacking: I played the demo for this one and it did a decent job hitting my button. There wasn’t anything more to it other than unpacking and just putting stuff in its appropriate place (it didn’t feel like there was much wiggle room - books go on bookshelves and maybe on top of a drawer, shoes goes in closet and nothing but the closet, etc), but it beats real packing/unpacking any day.
Cloud Jumper: THREE games with or about airships? Now you’re just spoiling me.
Teacup: This one just looks delightful. It feels like playing through a children’s book.
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Muttropolis: You take pictures of dogs!
Amber Isle: You know, I don’t think I see enough towns and villages in games inhabited by dinosaur folks.
Moonshell Island: Apparently I’m easy to please. I see indie games look this vibrant and colorful (almost pastel, but not quite) and I’m Phillip J. “Shut up and Take My Money” Fry. I don’t even know what this game is about, but I want it.
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Lego Builder’s Journey: Okay, this looks nice and the graphics are mind-blowing, but does anything made and owned by the LEGO company actually count as an indie game?
Powerwash Simulator: who made this game for me?
Toodee and Topdee: Oh, this is clever. Perspective games in my head seem to have been relegated mostly to whatever Nintendo did with their 3DS games, but this looks like it captures the spirit of it without the 3D or the eye-strain that came with it.
Apico: I’m getting a 2D open world exploration vibe from this game and I’m down for that.
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justgoodtiktoks · 8 months ago
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cozy-gaming · 8 days ago
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Little bear chef is a cooking platformer, in which you are a tiny bear in a giant kitchen. His name is Albearto Honeybottle, the video above will show you how adorable this game is.
It is far from being ready, i anxiously await more news about Albearto and his cooking adventures.
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hollowmoor-game · 5 months ago
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Life of lavender 🌱🌿
(A little gif for pixel dailies) Lavender is one of the many herbs we’re using for potion making in Hollowmoor. Can’t wait to share more of our potions soon!
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cakesandtea · 5 days ago
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cozy summer nights 🌞
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slyfine-playz · 11 days ago
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Getting started, the first day of Cozy Grove. Bringing some colour into the world (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧
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duckduckgrem · 2 months ago
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HEY SO, this game looks super fucking cute & is already fully funded, but if you think it’d be something you’d like to play on the Switch, then you could help ‘em out & throw a couple dollars their way?
In their own words, Critter Crops is “[an] adorably spooky farming/adventure RPG. Cultivate cute critters, restore a mysterious island and uncover your history as a witch. “
You can also follow them on Twitter @ CritterCrops >:3 
Kickstarter Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/crittercrops/critter-crops-mystery-of-mullery-mansion
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theanxiouskitten · 5 months ago
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Wytchwood Review: A Dark and Cozy Crafting Adventure
Wytchwood Review: A Dark and Cozy Crafting Adventure
Wytchwood is a charming crafting adventure set in a dark fairytale world that, while repetitive, manages to create a relaxing and slow-paced adventure. Released: December 9, 2021 Developer: Alientrap Genre: Crafting/RPG/Exploration Publisher: Whitethorn Games Platform: Steam/Switch/PlayStation/Xbox Price: $19.99 The Witch, The Goat, and 12 Lost Souls In Wytchwood, you play as a nameless…
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wholesomegames · a year ago
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I've had my eye on Sable and its unique art style for a while now, but I only recently realized what a peaceful experience it seems to be.
😌 Explore at your own pace⠀
🚴‍♀️ Customize your bike⠀
🧩 Solve puzzles⠀
❤️ Help other nomads⠀
https://store.steampowered.com/app/757310
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firefluffart · 7 months ago
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Growbot release trailer.
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maladaptivedreamer · 7 months ago
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This game is such a good pause from life, I can just ignore college for a few minutes and enjoy the simple and cozy life I can’t have because it isn’t 1987 lol
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imperatoralicia · 8 months ago
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Oh my goodness, Garden of the Sea is officially my favorite VR game. 
I planted some turnips on an island, sat down next to them, and just watched them grow as I listened to the sounds of the ocean. 
After that, I pet a little penguin critter and gave it the fresh turnips I just grew.
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cozy-gaming · 12 days ago
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For anyone always daydreaming about running away and becoming a woodlands witch, this might scratch an itch. Build a new life in an abandoned witch house, grow plants for potions and make friends with the locals. This casual RPG is about being a positive influence on you and those that surround you.
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ogrepixel · 14 days ago
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#ScreenshotSaturday is here! 🥳
And we have a special announcement. 😱 @WholesomeGames is live NOW in the Wholesome Direct and #LonesomeVillage is making and appearance with a BRAND NEW ANNOUNCEMENT! 🤯💖
Run to the stream and go see what's all about! https://youtu.be/5IRgvwWLpbA
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hollowmoor-game · a month ago
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Our new village map 🗺 💙
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