Meet Ray, he lives in a world where everything is made out of paper and stickers. One day he has an accident and wakes up with a giant pink spaghetti arm sticking out of his brain. This gives him awesome powers and he can suddenly change the world around him by folding it, tearing it, pulling stickers off and sticking them elsewhere! And if that weren’t enough, Ray can also read peoples minds! Digging into the brains of his fellow citizens, Ray can hear their thoughts and use that to his advantage. Unfortunately, Ray doesn’t have much time to get to grips with his new abilities. He is framed by ‘The Man’ with a crime he didn’t commit, and is on the run. Can you help to get Ray out of this sticky situation? Get ready to tear it, rip it and Stick it to the Man! – Steam
Long ago the Temple of Rana brought rain and prosperity to the world. Now it stands neglected, its source of power stolen away. You awaken as the temple’s last guardian, a small frog spirit. The lost power of Rana lies before you at the temple’s base. Using the last drops of Rana’s power, you must explore the vast ruins while discovering its secret chambers and marveling at its faded glory. Recover the Temple of Rana’s lost power and restore rain to the world.
Puzzles-Use simple mechanics to control the world around you and open new paths through the temple. Uncover secret areas by solving puzzles in creative ways. Exploration- Move freely through the world of the game. Enjoy the beautiful temple at your own pace without the pressure of failure. Navigate diverse areas to find hidden secrets and collectibles.
This short game was created by a small student team at SMU Guildhall over a development cycle of 15 weeks. Additional development to extend the game is not currently planned beyond its academic completion – Steam
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a Narrative-Adventure game about traveling, sharing stories, and surviving manifest destiny. Featuring gorgeous hand-drawn illustrations, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine combines 2D visuals with a 3D overworld US map.
Players wander across a folkloric Depression era United States at their own pace, meeting strangers with their own stories to tell. Through these interactions, players will be able to collect unique stories which can then be re-told to unlock new interactions. In this way the in-game stories themselves act as a currency to progress through the game, and it’s up to the player to pair the right story with the unique needs of each of the characters that you will encounter throughout your travels. Only through these right pairings will characters reveal their true selves, and bestow you with the most powerful stories, the true ones which reveal something about their own lives. In Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, stories organically take on a life of their own as they grow larger and transform as they’re told- and re-told. – Steam
Star Fetchers is a journey following two inner city thugs as they take on the hardest gangster there ever was. Star Fetchers is an adventure huffing on the fumes of 90’s midnight TV, delivering a story paved with bizarre scenarios, ugly characters and high paced action. Follow the gang “The Thornz” as they crawl out of the slum and make it to the top. – Steam
Part human, part oni, golem and harpy! The list goes on and on! Born in a lab, Chelshia the chimera is the world’s first synthetic monster girl. When her monster inhabited island home is threatened by a band of looting pirates, she springs into action to save the day!
Khimera: Destroy All Monster Girls is your premiere monster girl beat-em-up platformer experience! Use Suits & Sandals’ patented (not actually patented) GIANT STONE FIST technology to punch your way through hordes of monster-pirates to reclaim your home’s stolen treasure.
Find upgrades, collect collectables and solve problems with your fists! Play the game at your own pace in story mode or go for the best time in a marathon-style race mode! – Steam
Join the ongoing adventures of developers at the world’s worst video game studio as they endure antics both absurd and topical. This week Midge joins Shovelworks Studios as a new animator, but not all is as it seems at the studio. – Epic Games
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