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  • Bik: A Space AdventureBik: A Space Adventure —August 21, 2014— While camping, Bik is abducted by an extraterrestrial aircraft and so sets off on a 2D point-and-click adventure in the style of Space Quest and other beloved classic games. Soon he's joining forces with the aliens he befriends aboard a space freighter to battle bad guys and, hopefully, someday find his way back home. You can help and have fun while talking to numerous characters, solving story-based puzzles and completing the adventure from multiple perspectives.
  • Road Not TakenRoad Not Taken —August 17, 2014— In this challenging, engrossing, evocative and creative roguelike puzzle game from SpryFox, you find yourself the ranger of a tiny, isolated town, tasked with finding and rescuing the children who go missing each year picking the berries the town exports. With randomized puzzles, stunning design, and a clever crafting mechanic, Road Not Taken is highly recommended.
  • Great Personality: GuardiansGreat Personality: Guardians —August 4, 2014— Available free or pay-what-you-want, this gorgeous indie visual novel dating sim starts you off in a new city filled with a wide variety of people. Shy Conor resists the efforts of outgoing Oli to get him to date, flighty Lily is desperate to save the family business, and more. Though on the short side, it's a fun, smile-inducing romance game with a ton of charm.
  • The Last Hour of FairfieldThe Last Hour of Fairfield —August 2, 2014— Another zombie outbreak! But this time the government has a plan. Nuke the heck out of the city it started in. Only problem is five non-decomposing survivors are still in the city limits. Fight, sneak, and plot your way to the top of the hospital, solve the mystery of the outbreak, and escape within the last hour of Fairfield.
  • Crypt of the NecroDancerCrypt of the NecroDancer —July 30, 2014— Roguelike strategy meets Dance Dance Revolution? This gorgeous, addictive indie game proves it can be done, and done amazingly well! When a young woman's heart is stolen by an evil necromancer, she must descend deep into his crypt, moving and slaying unique beasts to the beat. Play with your keyboard, controller... or USB dance mat!
  • So Many MeSo Many Me —July 27, 2014— Life as a little green blob becomes a lot more exciting when you encounter a malevolent force out to take over your whimsy-filled cartoon world. But, by gathering up ark seeds, you build a team of doppelgangers who, in a friendlier twist on lemmings-style mechanics, help you solve your way through this puzzle platform adventure.
  • OneshotOneshot —July 26, 2014— You have exactly one shot at this fantastic atmospheric adventure game, made for the 2014 Indie Game Maker contest. Help Niko, a whiskered boy with glowing yellow eyes, to bring the sun back to a mysteriously broken world. You'll find a few surprises along the way, but don't look up any spoilers!
  • Painted HeartPainted Heart —July 20, 2014— A young, acolyte named Corbin, who is training to be a Pictomancer, is called in to restore a very historical painting. But, it's not the paint cracking or fading on this piece that's causing its destruction. Pestilence, a strange mysterious monster, is actively destroying the grand image and Corbin must stop it before the prominent picture is lost forever. Fight the minions of the Pestilence and recover the painting before it claims Corbin himself.
  • SomniumSomnium —July 19, 2014— Help Thomas gather his memories while traveling through the surreal labyrinth that is his daydreams. Explore and experience the madness of one lonely child's mind in this free indie horror adventure game.
  • Divinity: Original SinDivinity: Original Sin —July 18, 2014— Larian's massive RPG adventure makes a comeback in a huge way. With an enormous world, challenging and uniquely strategic combat where the elements come into play, and all the humour, sidequests, treasure and surprises you've come to expect, this is one rare game worth its hefty price tag.
  • MousecraftMousecraft —July 13, 2014— The fun is catching, it's Mousecraft! A zany puzzling mix of Lemmings and Tetris by Crunching Koalas, Mousecraft's whimsical presentation masks surprisingly technical gameplay in its levels. Still, it's quite addictive in that "Okay, one more try!" kind of way.
  • Dog Eat DogDog Eat Dog —July 13, 2014— A canine disease is spreading through the city at a rampant pace. Daryl must find his dog, Tyke, before he too gains the dreaded illness. Help him solve the mystery and perhaps if the plays his cards right, find himself a lady.
  • Ars HarmoniaArs Harmonia —July 6, 2014— A killer stalks the city streets, pursued by another... you. In this short but polished visual novel, you play an unnamed woman with mysterious abilities and strange company who sets out to find a missing girl, but maybe not to bring her home safely.
  • WaitWait —July 5, 2014— Every night when you go to sleep in your apartment, things... change. It all started with the numbers on the wall that appeared one day. They can't be washed away, and one day they begin counting down... a short but wonderfully creepy free indie horror game made for the 2014 Indie Game Maker Contest
  • HeartwoodHeartwood —June 21, 2014— Heartwood is a short audio-visual adventure created by Kerry Turner and Dan Bibby. It was inspired by folk tales, horror movies, theme park rides, and those dreams you have where nothing makes sense but everything "makes sense". There aren't really any puzzles to solve or quests to complete, just a small world of strange events to stroll through and experience.
  • Ramble PlanetRamble Planet —June 21, 2014— Ramble Planet is one of those quirky under-the-radar games you only get the privilege of stumbling across every couple of years. It plays like a scavenger hunt mixed with some RPG elements, though if you've been kicking around Earth planet for a few decades, you'll remember that most RPGs used to have that scavenger hunt feel to them. Ramble Planet simply takes that feature, intensifies it and peels off all the excess, sprinkling in some beguiling text snippets to spark your imagination.
  • Sig.NULLSig.NULL —June 8, 2014— Sig.NULL is a downloadable expansion to last year's Signal, a Sokoban-esque puzzle game about pushing blocks into place using drones that you control... more or less. The puzzles are hard enough as is, but discovering the bizarre mechanics that make everything run is another major endeavor. Even if you're familiar with how Signal worked, Sig.NULL adds many new features that make this a fresh challenge for all takers.
  • Escape from Jay Is GamesEscape from Jay Is Games —June 6, 2014— Here it is, dear JayIsGames community, fan fiction made by the creator for you. As resoundingly requested, Mateusz Skutnik's remarkably immersive artwork, full of atmosphere and imagination, rendered into an escape-the-room game that's accessible to all. Take your time in the strange-yet-beautifully surreal scene; you may be out before you're ready to go but it's no less enjoyable while it lasts.
  • Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville —June 1, 2014— If you thought saving your city from zombies had been accomplished in Rebuild or Rebuild 2, you were wrong. While still in early release, the new game from Sarah Northway, Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville takes you back to the trenches with new characters, more story, and a great-looking new overlay. And with so much more yet to come, you'll look forward to many hours of survival simulation and zombie madness yet to come.
  • Growing PainsGrowing Pains —June 1, 2014— Ever feel like you're a little too large for the world around you? You know, like when you're crawling through the air ducts of your home pretending to be a spy. Well, Smudged Cat Games, creator of Gateways, thought that feeling of mild claustrophobia would make a good game. And wouldn't you know it, they're right! Growing Pains is an arcade platform game that's all about getting to the exit as fast as you can. It's sort of like a speedy version of N, only instead of being a small ninja, you're a creature that can't stop getting bigger.
  • Among the SleepAmong the Sleep —May 30, 2014— Late one night while your mother is sleeping, something wakes you up. Now, just two years old, and alone save for your intrepid teddy-bear, you'll need to take a surreal and terrifying journey where you can't always trust what you see, but everything is full of meaning, in this gorgeous indie horror adventure.
  • The Sun and MoonThe Sun and Moon —May 25, 2014— Dive through earth and air in The Sun and Moon, a challenging platformer with an original concept and a beautiful, simplistic aesthetic. Fight conflicting gravities to collect all three Shinies and reach the exit in each level!
  • You Are Not A Banana: Chapter 1You Are Not A Banana: Chapter 1 —May 24, 2014— You Are Not A Banana: Chapter 1 is a game about everyday life. It was built by Brian Cullen and is filled more than its fair share of humor, tossing the supremely average protagonist into a series of mudane situations made extraordinary by the puzzles and arcade sequences you'll complete in order to make it through the day. It's a bit like Super Amazing Wagon Adventure, only you get to play as a banana for a bit.
  • TransistorTransistor —May 23, 2014— The newest game from Bastion creators Supergiant Games is a neon-soaked tale of decadence and deception. Play as Red, a former singer now made mute, as she takes up the power of the Transistor, a sword with a mind of its own, and battles through hordes of enemies to uncover the truth. With deep, strategic combat and stunning visuals, Transistor is not one to miss.
  • Fearless FantasyFearless Fantasy —May 18, 2014— Fearless Fantasy is a combat-centric role playing game created by Enter Skies. It ditches all the in-between stuff found in RPGs, such as overworld map traversing and endless dialogue trees, in favor of stats, skills, items and pure, smooth, delicious combat. Layered on top of that is a simple but enjoyable story that's got a runaway princess, a sarcastic hero, and at least one enemy who lost the battle because he has a hole in his sock.
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