While 2D platformer and puzzle games are not something I play often, Henosis managed to catch my eye because of its visuals. And even though this game is not something I would remember for a long time, it still delivers a decent amount of entertainment.


You play as a cute, small, blue blob who collects water tokens so it could restore the vitality of its homeworld. And that is it, nothing more, nothing less. To be precise, the game does not have any form of storytelling, and this might be the only information about the story you can get. However, this game does not need any, and I did not miss it.

Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

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What’s a blob gotta do to get some service around here?


If you want to see Henosis in action, watch my video. It’s a blob’s life and your goal is to find water to survive. Jumping from platform to platform is satisfying and a bit surreal, and timing your jumps and movement is both joyful and rage-inducing. To assist you, you’ve got a time slowing effect that is required in some parts and makes others easier. Henosis isn’t difficult, per se, except when it is.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Henosis™ on Steam

Fomalhaut Flowers

Fomalhaut Flowers

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Fomalhaut Flowers :: noir, luck, and an unresponsive jump button :: side scrolling puzzle (?) platformer that comes off as frustrating due to the awkward physics and unavoidable deaths. 4.5/10


Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

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Fomalhaut Flowers on Steam

Lucid: Parables of the Ubermensch

Lucid: Parables of the Ubermensch

Great platformer, Fantastic story and nice soundtrack. Recommend it to anyone who doesn’t have any good games!

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

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I love the game. Unique music and cool game design would recommend.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

Lucid: Parables of the Ubermensch on Steam

The Runaway Feijoão

The Runaway Feijoão

The game is very interesting, difficulty level intermediate.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Honestly I don’t really know what to say to this game.

It didn’t take me that long to finish the game but a few levels made me struggle.

It was a short game but I still had my fun. So with the low price, I don’t regret owning this game.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

The Runaway Feijoão on Steam

Find Me

Find Me


Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

a small, lovely platformer. introduces new mechanics at an effective pace within levels that are simple to read yet offer multiple routes to progression. puzzles are nontrivial, but quite forgiving. animation is smooth and uncluttered. this is not a long game (i am unskilled at platformers, and was able to beat it in an hour), nor a fiendishly challenging platformer, nor does it have an extensive or intricate plot. its ambitions are more modest: to craft a tidy, unique little game. and at that it has succeeded mightily.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Find Me on Steam



Why in the world is Buddha Hitler

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Cool game

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Geo-Duck on Steam

Astro Knight

Astro Knight

You are a carefree astronaut with a sword, the Astro Knight. But because of you, your fellow astronauts came to an untimely demise. As you grapple with your loss, you find yourself in a dream world full of monsters. You must wield your sword and your special abilities to combat waves of foes. But after each stage you must give something up. Can you let go?

Astro Knight was made as part of the inaugural Hackubator class, a game accelerator program where we are split into teams of 5 and tasked with making a game in 3 months. Our team, House Rogue, embodies the values of competence and candor with a sizable helping of rebelliousness embodied by our mantra “Go left”.

Astro Knight on Steam



Saviorless is a stylish dark fantasy action-platform game with beautiful hand-drawn art and animation, featuring two distinctive main characters on their quest to escape from a cursed land known as the Smiling Islands.


A cursed world to explore

Immerse into a deep narrative-driven platform with unique enemy designs and multiple characters with full hand-drawn animation. Enjoy an evocative and haunting soundtrack that accompanies the player through many mysterious and visually stunning landscapes.

Two playable protagonists

Experience dynamic gameplay that switches between two distinct characters with unique abilities and particular challenges.

Antar Child

Help the fragile and reckless child to unveil the secrets of the islands through exploration and puzzle-solving while avoiding the many dangers that lurk in the ancient ruins around.

The Savior

A violent masked avatar born to protect the children against hordes of bizarre enemies and bosses that haunt the land of the Saviors. Endure fast-paced ruthless combats against everything that stands between you and your escape from the Smiling Islands.

Saviorless on Steam



You are born into a strange world where the laws of physics seem not to apply to you. Gravity can change direction as you see fit and if you make a mistake, never fear! Time can be reversed so you can try again.

In this pixel art inspired 2D platformer you will explore an alien planet, collecting various items while avoiding obstacles and solving puzzles by shifting gravity to get around. A benevolent AI called D.I.A.N.E. will be your guide as you traverse the landscape and learn more about this strange sensation called “being alive”.

OmniGrav on Steam



Played with it for a little while, seems like it could be good in the future but as of current I can barely understand what is happening and I don’t think there’s enough game in this game. I think it could use more mechanics involving interacting with the universe. Looking at the game’s description it talked about the player’s power growing so maybe you unlock things such as creating your own stars or messing with civilizations? Although what it really needs are more detailed graphics to make it look less like pixels on a screen or a tutorial so you can know what those pixels are doing on the screen.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

Universe999999 on Steam