Tag: indie gaming

Witchbrook Now Has a Steam Page!

Witchbrook will bring gamers back to school, a magic school!

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Core Keeper Brings Exploration and Farming Underground

As a self-proclaimed virtual farmer, I immediately assumed farming would be my favorite aspect of this game. However, I have found myself absolutely obsessed with all elements of this title.

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Research Story: The Science Side of Farming

I would do literally anything for these sprout kittens, and I am not ashamed to admit it!

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Farming and Community Collide in Pixelshire

o raise cute animals. Pixelshire feels like a new take on a classic genre. I would not be inheriting a farm from my grandpa; I would be building up my community. My friends can help out on the farm? That sounds amazing and more realistic than most storylines in the genre.

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Paradise Marsh Brings Relaxation to Bug Catching

If I am being honest, the cuteness factor is what drew me in. However, the music created by Rich Vreeland was also a significant factor.

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Mail Time Makes Delivering Mail Adorable

The graphics are warm and inviting, almost giving off LittleBigPlanet vibes. Story-wise, it reminds me of a sweeter Death Stranding, minus the baby device.

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The Strong Narrative of What Remains of Edith Finch

he graphics are stunning; the house gave me Winchester Manor meets Fallout vibes. I felt teleported to a new world, which every great video game should aim to achieve.

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Palia has Mystery, Intrigue, and Farming

Palia is set in a high fantasy world full of adventure and cozy comforts

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OddFauna Bringing Art to Life

I stumbled upon a game like none I had ever seen before. It was a delicate mix of Little Big Planet and Where the Wild Things Are. Full of color and child-like wonder.

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