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Review: Shelter 2 by Might and Delight 

Review: Shelter 2 by Might and Delight

Shelter 2 by Might and Delight brings a new beast into the woods. Guide a mother lynx as she raises her young kittens into adulthood. Read our full review.

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Review: Three Fourths Home, Extended Edition 

Review: Three Fourths Home, Extended Edition

Less “game” than multimedia short story, Three Fourths Home is a beautiful but bleak, artful exploration of family drama.

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Review: Aaru’s Awakening 

Review: Aaru’s Awakening

This short but beautifully hand-drawn platformer will see you utilize teleport mechanics in a new way as you explore and battle the four phases of the day.

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Review: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build 

Review: A Good Snowman is Hard to Build

Create various snow people by crafting their parts from the fluffy white stuff below. Roll up too much snow, and you might have a problem. Read our review:

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Review: A Druid’s Duel, from Thoughtshelter Games 

Review: A Druid’s Duel, from Thoughtshelter Games

Transform your druids into wolves, bears, eagles and more in A Druid’s Duel from indie developer Thoughtshelter Games – a clever turn-based strategy game.

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Review: Hand of Fate 

Review: Hand of Fate

Hand of Fate is a deck-building Rogue-lite unlike anything else out there. Read our full review of this indie standout for D&D enthusiasts…

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Review: Shutter from Cosmic Logic Inc. 

Review: Shutter from Cosmic Logic Inc.

Shutter by Cosmic Logic Inc. is a unique and fun experience where you play as a remote controlled robot to investigate a haunted cabin. Read more…

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Review: Drive to Hell 

Review: Drive to Hell

Drive to Hell is a no-nonsense twin stick shooter. Drive through waves of demons and avoid their projectiles on your journey to the fabled end destination.

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