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First Impressions- Five Good ones

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Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 5:00 pm

I’ve been spending quality time with every game I rate, and it’s still early so I haven’t seen a huge amount of games yet, but I decided to show off five notable games.
But first, go play my Twine game: An Abnormality (Don’t worry, It’s really short and browser based)

 

Infinite Vertices By CoderCameron

Minimalist, and clever
This was short, poignant, and had a really clever twist on shapeshifting.

 

Paperchase By DragonXVI

Papery Goodness
This was a good looking game, and was pretty fun too. It really fit the Shape-shifting theme well with it’s different forms of paper origami.

 

The order of things and colors

 

By dickpoelen

Very Pretty
This one was very polished, very pretty, and has a nice soundtrack.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t have any depth other than make some pretty patterns.

 

It got Paul! And now it’s coming for US!!!

 

By UnlikelyRogue

 

Oh no! Not Paul!
This was a pretty good little puzzle/stealth game with a solid use of the theme. I liked it for the most part, but it lacks any further depth or an endgame.

 

Helium-4 By mountainstorm

So Fun!
This has to be the most fun (funnest?) game I’ve played so far. It looks great, and is incredibly polished.
I don’t know why, but I just find it so fun to cause these atoms to smash together.

 

Thanks for Reading

and remember to play my game.

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