Agar is a highly addictive multiplayer Katamari Damacy-esque blob-eat-blob survival game in which you control amoeba-like life forms who must consume other players to become the biggest, baddest, blobbiest organism in the world.
A little like Katamari Damacy, but massively multiplayer and set on an agar plate, Agar is a blast. Starting off small but fast, you can consume food to start off your growth, then try and hunt down smaller organisms. You can only consume players that are smaller than you, and the bigger you are, the smaller you move – so choose your targets wisely! Be careful out there, no matter how big you get – there’s always a bigger fish in the ocean!
Hotel Remorse is a terrifying first person horror with PT-esque creepy corridors, a dread filled atmosphere and blood curdling jump scares.
You play a husband and father who has lost his mind after losing his wife during childbirth. Throughout it’s short 10 minute playtime, you’ll discover the hotel isn’t all that it seems, and there’s a good reason why you’re checked in.
As you explore, Hotel Remorse throws lots of visual trickery and genuine scares at you, with excellent audio and visual design that really keeps you immersed in this horrific nightmare.
Turn the lights down and the volume up, then be ready to jump out your skin. Highly recommended horrific fun. You can check in any time you like, but you may never leave!
Itten is an innovative color based puzzle platformer in which you change the color of your character to allow you to pass through, stand on-top of or embed yourself inside colored objects.
The theory is simple – change your characters color to allow you to pass through objects of the same color. Thanks to some clever level design, this makes for a remarkably complex experience, with you rapidly switching between colors on-the-fly, in mid-air or even whilst in the middle of objects.
Itten is still very early in development and is just a short three level prototype at the moment, but it’s a great concept that we’d love to see more of. Surprisingly complex color coded puzzle platforming.
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