Fluffert and Friends

Fluffert and Friends

Meet Fluffert the Owl who likes to hang out with his cute Animal friends. One day his beloved Grandfather Alfred goes missing, so his parents send Fluffert on a journey to find him. On his way, little Owl will face many tricky quests and funny adventures. Join him to enjoy multiple hours of Platformer Game experience involving actions like Attacking, Jumping, Running and Exploring. Prepare yourself for an engaging Platformer Game including Animal World exploration, Cutscenes, and beautiful 3D Graphics to take you beyond the boundaries of your imagination! Imagine Exploring Platformer with 3D beautiful graphics by playing the Owl.

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Fluffert and Friends on Steam




SeaRing is a 2D indie action-puzzle, putting a devilish twist on its predecessors by flipping the script and making defending the only way to attack. Submerge yourself in a world rich in lore, and be taken on a journey full of colourful and often comical storytelling, as you join the Princess of the Sea in a nostalgic quest to recover her mother’s lost crown, become queen, and restore peace in a world now ruled by fire.

As you leave the Water Kingdom behind to venture into the desert, you’ll meet witty and humorous NPCs, witness astonishing backdrops, and be carried by a soothing soundtrack! Will the Princess conquer her foolish foes OR succumb to the pressure and leave her hopes and dreams to dissipate along with the rest of the desert?


So you’re the girl who wants to cross the desert?

Embark on the sea Princess’s journey to retrieve her mother’s lost crown by venturing far from the water and into the uncharted and dangerous realm of fire, a desert where the sun never sets, ruled by the sadistic Saladino and his seven deadly servants. The mission? Accomplish your mother’s last wish and set claim to the sea throne, so that tranquility can return to the kingdom and the moon can once again set a natural pace to the sea’s tide.


Trust in the power of the Sea Ring.

The twist? You will have no harpoons, tridents, or turtle shells of any colour. You must solely rely on the Sea Ring. The Sea Ring… is a ring… of the sea, and yes, it’s the title of our game! Passed on by generations, you can summon its defensive capabilities to briefly protect you from imminent danger. The best form of attack is to defend, and we push this famous sports philosophy to its limit!


Explore a rich world filled with art, music, humour and lore!

Brace yourself for a journey through luscious landscapes and be propelled by an adventurous soundtrack, as you set off to vanquish those who stand in your way, starting with Saladino and his posse of good-for-nothing bandits. Encounter challenging puzzles and puzzling challenges, interact with over 50 (sometimes questionable) NPCs and explore 100s of unique dialogue lines, as you dive deeper into enemy territory. How much you rely on them is up to you - they may help you, share insightful recollections as you study the game’s lore, or cause a slight distraction through hilarity as they derail you from your mission.



  • You can’t ATTACK?! “How do I kill my enemies then?” Well… you technically don’t. Channel your inner pacifist as you use your Sea Ring to see off any enemy attacks, in true Sea Princess fashion. The Sea Ring can also be used to interact with objects, which will provide usefulness in situations outside of combat (hopefully).

  • So about the NPCs… I guess you don’t have to talk to them but we encourage you to! Some are a bit out there, others actually pretty funny (if you give them the chance to be), and some can be really helpful too, giving you well-needed tips as you explore the lore of this game. With over 50 of them, and 100s of unique dialogue, we’re sure they’ll help you get to your destination! Just don’t pay too much attention to the weird ones…

  • Sea Princess Calls Home: ring ring. ring ring. It’s not everyday that a Sea Princess gets lost in the desert. Actually, this may be the very first time! Whether you may be lost, stuck on a puzzle, or just feeling a little homesick, all you have to do is press ‘C’! Dad and his charm are just an underwater video call away!

  • Illustrious Artwork & Soundtrack: Feast your eyes on this pixel piece of art, and enter a state of musical tranquility with over 10 unique songs from the soundtrack, as SeaRing brings an atmospheric feel that engulfs you in ways you have never experienced before (in other words, our game is really pretty and nice).

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SeaRing on Steam

A Comfortable Burden

A Comfortable Burden

This game is simple in design, rich in passing a message.

If you don’t know what the mental burden is, check this game out, if you want to support a cause, check this game out. if you want to teach someone the subject, gift them the game!

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

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In dire need of an instant-restart button. If you get stuck once at the start of a 45 or 90 second session, you have to sit out the entire session knowing you cannot make it because there are no ways to make up for lost time - walking speed and task length cannot be modified and it’s easy to estimate that you cannot take care of three rooms in 15 seconds, so why waste your time doing so? The at times very clunky controls don’t exactly enhance the experience either and I’d suggest the devs highlight the tasks when they can actually be taken care of instead of when you’re just kinda close, or maybe put the characters on exact lanes, because finding the correct (read: pixel-perfect while inexplicaby also vague) positioning for a few of the tasks takes ages. A save feature would be highly welcome as well. Overall, the game feels like an alpha release or proof of concept - which is a shame, because there is a quality work behind all these hindrances.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

A Comfortable Burden on Steam

A Rabbit and the Mystic Fog

A Rabbit and the Mystic Fog

Experienced on the Oculus Rift

You can view my review & gameplay here: https://youtu.be/lddyGhPOy0Y

This is a 20-30 minute story book adventure for VR. You explore the map, talk to the meadow creatures, and try to solve the mystery of the mysic fog. It sort of plays like a Visual Novel, except you have little quests to do as you uncover the story. In theory, this should be a chill & lovely mini-adventure that I could recommend to families.

Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this game. It just has too many issues. The biggest issue for me was the teleportation system in this game. It’s simply terrible. You’re supposed to be able to face the direction your teleportation marker is pointing, but I found it almost impossible to control. I finally gave up and played this game standing and just physically faced the direction that I was teleporting towards. There is no smooth or snap turning.

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

I didnt realize this game needed VR. I was able to access the debugger so I got a good look at the map and its guts.


Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

A Rabbit and the Mystic Fog on Steam

Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur Prince

Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur Prince

The Minotaur King has returned…and it’s all your fault! Lily’s back for a new “classic” action-adventure set hundreds of years after The Sleeping King!

Grandpa’s latest tale takes you on a journey through haunted forests, pirate shores, and other mysterious lands across a vast open-world! Charming towns, terrible enemies, tricky puzzles, and powerful weapons await you.

Enjoy a “story within a story” as Grandpa narrates exciting moments throughout Lily’s incredible adventure.

Will you help Lily defeat the Minotaur King and save her brother?


  • Compelling main story plus engaging side-quests

  • Classic top-down action-adventure in a retro 2d environment

  • Dozens of mini-dungeons, caves, and locations to discover

  • Choices that influence story and events

  • A wide array of weapons and abilities

  • 15+ hours of gameplay

Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur Prince on Steam

Fall of Porcupine

Fall of Porcupine

FALL OF PORCUPINE is a unique story adventure. The collision of work and daily life – an exciting reflection of an unhealthy system.

In the supplemental LAST DAYS OF SUMMER we guide young Finley through his first weeks at a provincial hospital. He is on fire for his apprenticeship as an internist. But a lot of pressure makes Finley’s life difficult and our gameplay challenging.

Explore A Beautiful, Diverse World

Not only is there a lot to discover in the old hospital, but also in the small town itself. There you can meet the villagers and have a beer with them in the pub. Or you can take a trip to the nearby forest, where mysterious castle ruins are hidden.

Get to Know Exciting Characters

The blunt head doctor, the selfless nurse or Finley’s smart friend, they all and many other residents populate the small town of Porcupine. Have funny, profound and serious dialogues with them, in which you’ll be able to choose answers and influence your relationship with them.

Demonstrate Your Skills and Empathy

You don’t even have time to look at the clock because your patients are waiting! Find out what’s wrong with them through conversations and treat them in different minigames that challenge you in logic, speed and skill. And most importantly, withstand the stress when the strict head doctor asks about your knowledge again.

Uncover Dark Secrets

At first glance, the small town is a warm, friendly place where everyone knows and greets each other. But if you live there for any length of time, you’ll suspect that shadows lurk and that not everyone is as honest as they pretend to be. Be on guard!

Fall of Porcupine on Steam

Paradise Marsh

Paradise Marsh

Every single star fell down from the sky into Paradise Marsh, a perfect endless wetland crawling with wildlife.

Wander around equipped with your trusty bug net and find a way to replenish the empty night sky.

Along the way, pick wild flowers, discover lost poems and meet intriguing and colorful characters who need your help…


  • Scout the diverses biomes of an endless wetland and observe harmonious and unique procedurally generated landscapes

  • Catch small creatures with your net and document your findings in your adventure journal

  • Restore fallen stars in the empty night sky and interact with intriguing and colorful characters

  • Collect long lost poems floating adrift

  • Take you time to enjoy nature Eat wild berries, skip stones on water or sit on a nice soggy log for as long as you like…

  • Beautiful Sound Design by Disasterpeace! (FEZ)

Paradise Marsh on Steam

Your little story: Valentine’s Day

Your little story: Valentine’s Day

Love is such a silly feeling. Can you really live for it? Why would you die for it? Empty words… But what if someone’s life can really depend on your love?

This story isn’t just about the world, that suddenly turned into a dream. It will also make you decide fates of others as well as your own. So be careful, because every step you’ll take, every choice you’ll make may become the one to turn this dreamland into a real nightmare.

  • 4 possible romantic interests (or maybe you’ll still prefer to be friends? The choice is yours!);
Your little story: Valentine's Day on Steam

Dear Mom: My Letter to You

Dear Mom: My Letter to You

​_Dear Mom: My Letter to You_ is a slice-of-life/dating sim visual novel that combines an emotional story with a calendar system in which players can gain stats to initiate and develop relationships with other characters. Your choices and stats heavily influence the outcome of the game. The story emphasizes the impact of family grief, building meaningful friendships, growing as a person, and reflecting on past mistakes.

Genre: Slice-Of-Life / Dating Sim / Romance (Yuri/GxG) / Visual Novel

Rating: 16+

Release Date: TBA

Platforms: Windows / Mac / Linux (Steam & Itch.io)

Content Warning: Dear Mom: My Letter to You may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be safe to view at work. This game is intended for a more mature audience (16+), as it contains sensitive topics like bullying, suicide, and blackmail.

  • Female Protagonist & 4+ romanceable characters, each with their own unique personalities and side chapters

  • Story-rich narrative that explores the meaning of friendship, family loss, and self-reflection

  • Point-and-Click adventure where you can explore various areas of interest, each with day/night variations

  • Partial Voice Acting

  • Stat system that heavily influences the story’s outcome and form bonds with other characters

  • Diary-style Interface to capture the feeling of recording your life’s stories

This is an emotional journey of loss, acceptance, and the bonds made along the way. The story stars high school student Ayame Kawasaki who blames herself for her mother’s suicide. Having closed off her connections with her friends for a whole year, Ayame is finally restarting her life, repeating her second year at Yamada Hoshi High School. Since her absence, students have been spreading rumors about her, claiming that she’s a selfish person hungry for attention. Ayame struggles to fit in as they start shunning her and calling her out when she does something wrong. When she thought there was no chance of making friends, a kind classmate steps in to turn her life around–

It’s up to Ayame to build and maintain her relationships, new and old, while coming to terms with the reality of her mother’s death.

  • Developer/Character Artist/UI Artist: Mangoku418

  • Lead Writer: Renkka

  • CG Artist: RyThae

  • BG Artists: kjkjmulo, KeiraWorks, Ari Angga

  • Isometric Map Designer: Arctic Fox

  • Smartphone Template: ds-sans

  • Music Composer: Red Robotix, Ankit22

  • Sounds from Zapsplat

Dear Mom: My Letter to You on Steam

Madrid Noir

Madrid Noir

Nice little detective story about mysterious uncle. It is not a game, more like an experience, with few small interactions. Played on HP Reverb G2 with Index controllers. I had to lower resolution to 50% (otherwise the game crashed right after launching) but it still looked great and sharp and felt like it is still at 100% resolution.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Madrid Noir is a VR interactive animated movie that is paid program. It worked on my HTC Vive system with RTX 2070 super, looked good, sounded good, played ok, was understandable. No help or instructions in-game, make assumption you know your way around VR. Has 3 languages to choose from: English, French and Spanish. Has some interactive objects to use to move the story along or to play with. Was a wonderful story with a good plot. Has a 45 minute runtime. You have only play space movement, the story will move you where it needs you to be. You might wanna be standing for this one, the movie goes all around you. You have a choice of 5 hand colors. The voice over in English was good. Not sure what the French and Spanish version are like, but i guess the be of same quality. Has cartoon Violence. Has good animations and textures.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Madrid Noir on Steam