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  • RETSNOMRETSNOM —November 1, 2015— Your daughter has been infected. The only possible cure is in the future. So there you will go... RETSNOM is a puzzle-platform game by SOMI that has you reversing the world around you in order to move forward. An engaging story and a unique brand of mirror-based puzzles will reward players who still through the initial steep learning curve.
  • The SacrificeThe Sacrifice —October 31, 2015— Praise Chernobog! He keeps our island running, and, in return, asks so precious little... You'll be the one making the hard choices in The Sacrifice, an island management simulation game developed for Ludum Dare 33 by foxboard. While its simulation mechanics are a little shaky, The Sacrifice hits hard with its banal evil, and one hopes for a refined post-comp version.
  • Romance is DeadRomance is Dead —October 30, 2015— Who says romance is dead? Well, in the case of biology student Maddie, it really is, since the guys she crosses paths with in this sweet free indie visual novel all might have very different personalities, but share one thing in common... they don't have a pulse between them.
  • Human Resource MachineHuman Resource Machine —October 25, 2015— In their long-awaited return the creators of World of Goo and Little Inferno bring you a programming indie puzzle game about processing shipping boxes to spec in a thrillingly drab world of corporate employment!
  • Grandpa Pip's Birthday!Grandpa Pip's Birthday! —October 22, 2015— The village of Pipsville is under attack!... but, well, if the alarm isn't being rung, nobody cares, and the guy who's in charge of that is... on fire. Grandpa Pip will give you a bucket to put him out, but only if you bake him a cake for his birthday in this short, silly free indie adventure.
  • Turncoat ProtocolTurncoat Protocol —October 19, 2015— Time is not on your hand as you are literally in the last few minutes you'll ever have. Being the last surviving scout only you have the vital strategies your side needs. Only you're dying and rather quickly at that. As time passes in this scifi puzzle, the screen becomes more glitchy and jaded making it harder to pass on.
  • The White PathThe White Path —October 18, 2015— In this free indie horror adventure, Annellie wakes up cold and alone in the snow near her house. How did she get there? What's going on? And why is the house so empty and chilly when it should be full of people?
  • Shadow and AshShadow and Ash —October 17, 2015— When you find yourself walking down the road to the secluded cabin you rented for the weekend you probably don't look at the setting sun and think, I should explore the area for treasure. But in free indie horror game Shadow and Ash, when you find a locked box and a treasure map not even the creepy feeling of something watching you will stop you from searching the dark woods till you find the clues to unlock someone's greatest treasure.
  • Sweet Lily DreamsSweet Lily Dreams —October 16, 2015— Lily loves to dream, and one night she finds herself pulled into a magical world she never knew existed. But when her guardians get impatient waiting for her to await, they decide to take her along on their adventure in this turn-based surreal indie RPG.
  • Dust: An Elysian TailDust: An Elysian Tail —October 16, 2015— Dust awakens, completely amnesiac, only to find himself being hailed by a talking sword that claims to have been summoned by him. And the sword's diminutive, sassy guardian who is none too happy about being dragged into Dust's quest for identity. But in Humble Hearts' stunning indie action RPG adventure, Metroidvania gameplay combine with memorable characters and fast-paced combat to deliver a gripping story of love, hate, friendship, and forgiveness.
  • DownwellDownwell —October 15, 2015— In this fast-paced arcade indie platformer, also available for iOS and soon for Android, you're falling down a well filled with all manner of strange creatures and treasure. Your only weapon? A pair of gunboots, of course. Downwell marries simple to pick up mechanics with hard to master gameplay for an addictive experience filled with power-ups, upgrades, unlockables, and more. What's at the bottom?
  • Concrete JungleConcrete Jungle —October 9, 2015— You'll need a good head on your shoulders and deck in your hands to master this cunning indie game of cards and strategy! When you're called in to help rebuild a town and the surrounding area with the help of smart Laney Thompson, every tile counts, especially since different buildings you place have different effects that can negatively impact your total! With multiple game modes and a brilliant cartoony style, Concrete Jungle is addictive and clever in equal measure.
  • We Know the DevilWe Know the Devil —October 4, 2015— Classic Magical Girl style tropes meet themes of modern religion in this indie visual novel, as a trio of kids at the Summer Scouts slog through bullies, boring campfire singalongs, bugs, and the fear that maybe who they really are deep inside is wrong... and everyone knows it. Surreal, scary, and close to home, We Know the Devil is about "being weird and queer and wrong and hoping against hope no one will find out when the actual, literal devil comes for you."
  • 7Days7Days —October 2, 2015— 7Days, a first-person horror adventure game developed by RevoLab, has a simple fear at its core: Waking up and not knowing where you are. The experience starts off slow and ends up being at least 95% atmosphere, leaving such things as plot, character development and, in some parts, coherence by the wayside. Those looking for that special surreal style of spooky, though, will find it a nice time waster.
  • Super Chibi KnightSuper Chibi Knight —September 29, 2015— The kingdom of Oukoku lives in the shadow of the dastardly (and spicy) General Tso. The legends foretold of a tiny knight that would one day be the salvation of the land. Are you that knight? Are you that tiny? Well, you'd better be, because you're the only hope we have. Super Chibi Knight is an platform-RPG-adventure hybrid by the PestoForce teamof Nick (age 33) and Bella (age 8). It's joyful hack-and-slash fun, though with a couple odd spikes difficulty-wise.
  • Code 7Code 7 —September 27, 2015— You are assigned to investigate why an AI facility has gone dark in this sci-fi text adventure. After an incident you are separated from your team mate. You are only able to communicate through text as you help her reunite with you. Use the computer to hack the facility as you try to figure out what went wrong.
  • MilitiaMilitia —September 26, 2015— Militia is a fantasy version of chess you never knew you needed till now. Clear the board of the Captains with your limited group of units to unlock more enemies, new fighters, and more challenges.
  • Shadowrun: Hong Kong —September 20, 2015— You haven't seen Raymond Black, the man who took you off the streets and raised you, in over seven years, but a desperate message brings you to the seething underbelly of Heoi where something unspeakable awaits in this stellar continuation to Harebrained Schemes' indie turn-based RPG strategy game.
  • The Darkest WoodsThe Darkest Woods —September 20, 2015— Waking up in the woods with little memory is the least of your concerns as you begin to venture deeper to find your way out. Get ready for some jumpscares and some good old fashion horror as you try to find out what happened to you so you can make sure you leave it all far far behind in this free indie horror adventure.
  • UndertaleUndertale —September 16, 2015— When you find yourself stranded in the realm of monsters below ground, all you can think of is getting home. But what are you willing to do to get there? A powerful, funny, creepy, and wonderfully weird indie RPG that's packed with replay value, secrets, a unique battle system that makes every fight fun, and much, much more. Not to be missed.
  • RED AMAZONRED AMAZON —September 15, 2015— In this very short but very atmospheric free indie experience, you putter around a tiny cabin in the middle of nowhere. It's quiet. Your fire crackles merrily. Why not go for a walk and see how the story unfolds?
  • DropsyDropsy —September 13, 2015— Ever since the devastating fire the destroyed the circus and killed his mother, simple-minded but scary looking Dropsy has lived a life on the edge of town, distrusted by the townsfolk. But five years later, can he clear his name and find the love and acceptance he wants? An open-world indie point-and-click adventure with a lot of heart.
  • In BetweenIn Between —September 13, 2015— Life is a struggle. Death is a struggle. And the biggest struggle of all happens within the mind of a man caught In Between. An indie physics puzzler by gentlymad and Head Up Games, In Between is a beautiful, contemplative, and quite challenging work that faces a deep topic in and engaging and entertaining way. If you don't mind a little pixel-precision in the gameplay, you'll be in for quite the emotional journey.
  • Emily Enough: ImprisonedEmily Enough: Imprisoned —September 11, 2015— After a completely understandable murder spree, adorably sociopathic heiress Emily Enough finds herself Imprisoned in this darkly comedic point and click adventure. Not for the feint of heart or easily offended, Emily Enough: Imprisoned is as terrifically funny as it is gleefully wicked.
  • The Boogie ManThe Boogie Man —September 9, 2015— Keith is a detective who's married to his job, and it's pushing his wife to her breaking point. But what should be a chance to connect on vacation at an old castle turns terrifying in this thrilling continuation of Uri's free indie horror adventure series, translated by vgperson. Do you believe in The Boogie Man? You should...
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