Quirky and enjoyabe indie Games6votes I like it
Spantigre says: Chances are if you're here you don't need me telling you how awesome Papers, Please is. On the off chance that you do, it's a game that puts a lot of pressure on you to correctly pass people in the border. Full of real moral choices, and terrifying mom
Spantigre says: A story told in reverse. Not for everyone, but if you're looking for a short, but emotional game that's told in an unusual way this is where I would go.
Spantigre says: It's a very intuitive game. You play as a mother badger trying to protect your kids as you travel across the world. They do some things really right, like letting your pups be your lives. And you keep going if you lose one or two.
Spantigre says: Play as the devil, and manage an apartment block to lure adventurers to their deaths. It plays like a cross between a Tower Defense, and a hotel management game.
Spantigre says: This is more of a text adventure than a game. The story is told entirely through text, and you make many many choices. It's a lot of trial and error, which might frustrate people. I had fun trying out different choices, and trying to get all the ending
Spantigre says: It's a more old school adventure game. There's a lot of trial and error, and it's frustrating. I find it worth it for the dynamic of relatively straight Sam, and psychotic murderer Max. It depends on how much you value wacky dialogue.
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