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DARQ – Inescapable Lucid Nightmares

This game I bought from the Lunar New Year Sale this year and it was something I was uncertain about for a while. When I finally played it I realized it was shorter than I thought but the visuals and audio are well done for a solo developer. It's a game about a boy named… Continue reading DARQ – Inescapable Lucid Nightmares

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Day of the Devs Eye-Grabbers

Before I had to work last weekend, I managed to watch a little bit of the Summer Game Fest in 2022 and I had high hopes that I would hear something about Silksong. Sure enough, that game did make an appearance on Xbox and Bethesda's showcase with new gameplay footage revealed yesterday. A friend who… Continue reading Day of the Devs Eye-Grabbers

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My Brother Rabbit – Between Imagination and Reality

I've been clearing games on the backlog to pave the way for a big story-rich game that I had no idea existed until last year and I've already had several dreams about it. So, with that being said, here is another review of an indie game that was quite delightful and nostalgic. My Brother Rabbit… Continue reading My Brother Rabbit – Between Imagination and Reality

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Ori and the Blind Forest – Nibel in Distress

I've saved the forest! How very satisfying! I first heard of the Ori franchise from fellow bloggers when the second game was nominated for several awards at the Game Awards in 2020. I became curious and decided to check out the series, and when I do, if I can, I start at the very beginning,… Continue reading Ori and the Blind Forest – Nibel in Distress

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Gris – Visualizing the Stages of Grief

There are many indie games that I have played that are simply stunning but nothing compares to Gris. Seriously, where do I commence? I bought it during the summer sale last year when I was attracted to its ethereal atmosphere and beautiful soundtrack, I was not disappointed once I started playing. The game centers around… Continue reading Gris – Visualizing the Stages of Grief

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Unpacking – Homey Puzzles

I thought it was time to squeeze in a short indie game before returning to the main games currently in progress. So I thought, how about one of the new indie games I just bought? It's a basic puzzle game where you are unpacking a girl's belongings at different stages of her life, starting with… Continue reading Unpacking – Homey Puzzles

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Steam Lunar New Year Sale 2022 – What I Bought

Been a while since I did one of these! Happy Lunar New Year everyone! It's the year of the tiger so where are my tigers at? I, myself am a rooster and this makes me think so much of the time I was reading Fruits Basket around Christmas. Naturally, since I last made a blog… Continue reading Steam Lunar New Year Sale 2022 – What I Bought

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Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor

Happiness to the blog! I spent last weekend playing another indie game in the backlog and I am torn whether to consider it an adventure or a horror game because it does have some scary elements to it. Either way, it was an interesting game with beautiful graphics. That game is Little Misfortune. Misfortune is… Continue reading Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor

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Plague Inc. Evolved – Ruling the Earth

Be honest, this is the last game you'd expect me to play, but I wanted to check it out long before COVID-19 started ravaging the Earth! Simply put, Plague Inc. Evolved is a strategy game that originally started off as a board game. In the game, the objective is to infect the world with your… Continue reading Plague Inc. Evolved – Ruling the Earth