A look at what Indonesia and Malaysia had to offer at the Tokyo Game Show.
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What does it take to create something brilliantly fresh yet deeply nostalgic? Clarity of vision, years of practice, and a solid community of support.
An otome game is ruining Ruby’s sleep, and she’s OK with that.
In order to save history, one must go back and change history, dudes.
Nine games, two days, and one heck of a list of Malaysian devs.
You might get stuck on some of the puzzles, but fear not: this game is worth the time and patience you need to put into it.
Surf the internet of the future… which kinda looks a lot like the past
With graceful simplicity and surprising depth, Alien Path might be years of fun.
If you want a solid casual stealth experience, look no further.
Can the classic Snake game be revived today? Let’s find out.
Need a short game to keep you busy in between your bigger playthroughs? This might do the trick.
A second look at IndieBoxes: new improvements, design changes, and, of course, loot.
Have you considered getting the IndieBox? We might be able to help make up your mind.
Control Myself takes something away but is giving back so much more.
We’ve played the Adventure Pals demo and we’re quite impressed.