JUMPGRID Ian MacLarty JUMPGRID is a bullet hell hyper-Pac-Man, played on a 3×3 dance floor. Survive an ever-moving cosmic obstacle course by deftly teleporting between nodes on the “jump-grid”....


Blabyrinth Sleeping Beast Games Blabyrinth is a procedurally-generated cooperative escape room for mobile devices. You are thrown into a mysterious labyrinth with your friends. You must find cryptic clues and...


Moncage Dong Zhou & Yijia Chen Moncage is a visual puzzle game. A world is trapped inside a mysterious cube, and each face of this cube will display a different scene. The player will need to rotate this...

Kind Words

Kind Words (lo fi chill beats to write to) Popcannibal Players anonymously share their lives’ worries, concerns and stresses. Then they respond to other players’ statements with letters of comfort,...


Fujii Funktronic Labs The land of Fujii has been abandoned, left to fall into darkness and dormancy. The Mother Tree has sacrificed itself to bring you into its world, and you’ve been tasked with returning this...

Smile For Me

Smile For Me Gabe Lane and Yugo Limbo Smile For Me is the first nod-and-shake adventure game, all about making folks happy. It’s created by two student developers, and tells an immersive, positive story in a...
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