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  • Presentable LibertyPresentable Liberty —January 26, 2015— Trapped and in isolation from the world your only solace comes through letters that are slipped under your door. Who are these people who send you letters? Are they even real? And would it matter if they are not?
  • The Tale of a Common ManThe Tale of a Common Man —January 24, 2015— Avenge the murders of your loved ones as an ordinary farmer in this unconventional RPG that breaks the limits and clichés of the genre from veteran game developers Aldorlea Games. Jerrat travels across breathtaking landscapes with other characters that defy the cliches of the genre.
  • Depths of BoatmurderedDepths of Boatmurdered —January 23, 2015— Lost and alone you find shelter in a large hidden mansion. In the dark your only goal is to push forward, striving to find a way out. But don't worry, you'll find though you still may be lost, you're not alone anymore in this free indie horror game loosely inspired by a Dwarf Fortress "Let's Play".
  • AlonersAloners —January 20, 2015— You wake up, confused, unable to speak, naked, and threatened with a gun by a young man at the end of the world who seems surprised to find you're human in this free indie visual novel. Your choices determine the heroine's personality and feelings as you struggle to find out what happened to you in this romantic post-apocalyptic tale.
  • Follow the DarknessFollow the Darkness —January 17, 2015— Rina just woke up for a coma and can't remember anything about the last month, which is bad news for her since she finds herself the target of a murderous spirit that stalks sinners for seven days unless they atone. But how can she atone for something she can't remember? A short but superb free indie horror game!
  • Nameless </br> ~The One Thing You Must Recall~Nameless ~The One Thing You Must Recall~ —January 16, 2015— In this massive indie visual novel, Eri wakes up one morning to find her doll collection has come to life, making her home lively and happy for the first time since the death of her grandfather. But is it all as sweet and whimsical as it seems? With a tremendous amount of replay value, secret endings, and high production value, Nameless isn't without its flaws, but still stands as a powerhouse of the otome genre.
  • Saving ZoeySaving Zoey —January 15, 2015— Your sister has gotten lost in a staged haunted house. Is this some elaborate game of hide and seek or is something holding her against her will? One thing is for certain, something is amiss in this fake haunted house. For one thing, it doesn't seem that "fake" any more.
  • Regency SolitaireRegency Solitaire —January 10, 2015— Help a young woman reclaim her family's wealth and reputation in this indie twist on the classic solitaire formula. With different card obstacles, unlockable power-ups, and more, Regency Solitaire doesn't invent the wheel, but it polishes it to a mirror sheen with 180 levels and a simply sweet storyline.
  • Reign of BladesReign of Blades —January 10, 2015— Reign of Blades is a beautiful well crafted free indie hack-and-slash action game where you must avenge the death of your mother. Use your special attacks to welcome your enemies to the underworld and take your rightful place on the throne, though be warned... if you're not using an Xbox controller, playing on a keyboard adds a whole new layer of difficulty.
  • Dungeon of the Endless Dungeon of the Endless —January 8, 2015— So you crashed landed on a planet and your pod was buried deep into some sort of long forgotten dungeon. Get your group on their way to the elevator to advance floors and find your way to the surface. The life giving gem on your ship needs to go too, but monsters creep in the dark and its seems like their soul purpose is to destroy all life in this engaging indie roguelike strategy game.
  • The Marvellous Miss TakeThe Marvellous Miss Take —January 6, 2015— Ever find yourself saying: "What the stealth genre needs is a cute, accessible indie title"? Well say no further as Wonderstruck has delivered your every desire in their game, The Marvellous Miss Take. Control Sophia Take as she takes back the art collection that is rightfully hers from the evil Blackstone through 25 levels of nonviolent, brightly colored sneaking about. With two additional characters to play and loads of extra objectives, this title is sure to please fans of the stealth genre, both new and experienced!
  • Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's CutShadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut —January 2, 2015— Harebrained Schemes improves on their hit indie strategy RPG with a return to the magic and cyberpunk world all chummers know and love. You and your friend Monika were supposed to be on a simple job, but suddenly you find yourself with a big target on your back, and tasked with leading a group of veterans who neither know nor trust you... but maybe you can change all that, and save the world, too.
  • NEO ScavengerNEO Scavenger —January 1, 2015— You wake up confused and disoriented in a crumbling cryogenic facility only to discover the world ended while you were out... and you can't even remember who you are. In this brutal but addictive and deep indie survival sim/adventure, you'll explore a vast and challenging world, scavenging and crafting whatever you can, and probably die a whole lot in the process.
  • AmphoraAmphora —December 31, 2014— Moondrop's website describes Amphora as "a peculiar puzzle game that mixes story elements and physics", and there can be no more accurate description of this gorgeous looking game. Guide a young girl into womanhood with shadow puppets and magic. Certainly the thick atmosphere can make things a little unintentionally hilarious at times, but overall Amphora is haunting, beautiful work.
  • Wasteland 2Wasteland 2 —December 30, 2014— After over 20 years, the original post-apocalyptic RPG is back thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign! As part of the Desert Rangers, the only force of law left in a world filled with murder, violence, and cannibals, you set out to investigate the death of one of your own, but there's more going on than you might think in this challenging turn-based strategy game.
  • Lost ConstellationLost Constellation —December 29, 2014— In this lovely indie adventure, you find yourself deep in the snowy woods on Longest Night, fulfilling a promise and seeking the forest god. It's gorgeous, funny, and just a little creepy... so it's too bad everyone seems certain you're going to die.
  • A Postcard from AfthoniaA Postcard from Afthonia —December 22, 2014— Kyon and Katerina are expecting a baby, but in an uncertain world where there's a war going on and their union isn't always smiled upon, they've beseeched you to travel to the Oracle on your behalf on this short but gorgeous and uplifting point-and-click indie adventure from Jonas and Verena Kyratzes.
  • Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly BusinessBertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly Business —December 18, 2014— Help Fiddle track down Geoff the Murderer while navigating a charmingly absurd Victorian London. With a cast of quirky characters, and great art and music, this point-and-click adventure will quickly draw you in.
  • The Talos PrincipleThe Talos Principle —December 15, 2014— Gorgeous, challenging, and contemplative, this first-person indie philosophical puzzle adventure stars you as an unnamed robot who awakens, seemingly at the whim of a voice from the sky, who tells you to seek out sigils to prove your worth... but never climb the great tower. With a complex and engaging story and puzzles that will keep you wrapped up for hours and hours, this is one stunner that should not be missed.
  • Impressions: I Am Bread (Early Access)Impressions: I Am Bread (Early Access) —December 7, 2014— One lonely little slice of bread has a dream... to be perfectly toasted. Too bad getting there is way, way harder than it sounds in this ridiculous physics game from the creators of Surgeon Simulator 2013. Currently in Early Access, I Am Bread can be frustrating, but also charming, hilarious, and a lot of fun if you're patient.
  • Elliot QuestElliot Quest —December 4, 2014— In Elliot Quest, the retro adventure platform game by Ansimuz Games, you can't die. Well, you can, but you always wake up at the last glowing rock thing you passed. Which is kind of weird when you think about it, and you need some answers. It's an enjoyable 8-bit throwback that doesn't pause the action to engage in any handholding. Elliot Quest will probably make you feel lost, but offers enough cool things to find to make it all worth while.
  • Game of Thrones </br> A TellTale Game SeriesGame of Thrones A TellTale Game Series —December 2, 2014— When you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die. In this first installment of TellTale's new episodic adventure game, House Forrester, bannermen to House Stark, find themselves struggling to keep their heads above the water amidst political machinations. Who can they trust? Your decisions could forge new alliances... or lead them to a bloody end.
  • A Date in the ParkA Date in the Park —December 1, 2014— Lou is waiting to meet the girl of his dreams for a second date in the park. When he gets there she is nowhere to be seen but Lou is a man who appreciates nature and good exploration. Even with the peaceful birds chirping away without a care in the world, there is something in the air that just doesn't fit right in this free indie point-and-click adventure.
  • Forest of Drizzling RainForest of Drizzling Rain —November 29, 2014— After Shiori's parents die in a car accident, she drifts listlessly until she discovers a photograph of a relative she doesn't remember, in a town her parents did their best to make her forget about. Despite a rocky translation and some annoying gameplay sequences, this creepy free indie horror adventure emphasizes story, mystery, and character for a solid and engaging play.
  • World's DawnWorld's Dawn —November 27, 2014— Sugar Blossom Villages looks to be a little slice of paradise, but it's missing something. Could it be you? Find out in World's Dawn, an RPG-Farming Simulation hybrid by Wayward Prophet. Those not already fans of its Harvest Moon-esque gameplay may not be won over by its slow pace, but genre-lovers with a yen for strong character interaction and game mechanics will find it right up their alley.
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