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Anyball Hang Ruan, Laurenz Riklin, and Paolo Salcedo Inspired by games kids make up on the fly, Anyball is a multiplayer game about procedurally generated sports. Each round random rules are being created and...


Forgotton Anne ThroughLine Games Step into a hand-animated realm of wonder in which everyday objects take on a life of their own. Uncover the Forgotlings’ mysteries & harness magical forces as you embark...


The Game: The Game Angela Washko The Game: The Game is a video game presenting the practices of several prominent seduction coaches (aka pick-up artists) through the format of a dating simulator. In the game...


The Tale of Ord Rita Orlov In this tabletop narrative puzzle adventure, you are a private investigator tasked with finding two missing professors from the Emerens Institute, but when information is uncovered...


IO Interloper DANG! At its core, IO is a combination of the sensibilities of a hacking game and an immersive sim. Hacking games often provide a digital “space” to navigate, and immersive sims traditionally...


A Memoir Blue Kevin Zeng and Shelley Chen A Memoir Blue is a single player magical realist narrative told through transformative movements of water. Plunge into this astonishing journey by helping the young swimmer...
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