#loveindies Day 12: Super Cloubuilt (Double Eleven; Coilworks)

Rae tries out an indie recommendation – a beautiful parkour platformer with a high learning curve, stunning OST, and some incredible controls.

#loveindies Day 11: Little Briar Rose (Elf Games)

For the second to last day of #loveindies, Rae tries out an award-winning, charming little game featuring a stained glass aesthetic and fairytale theme.

#loveindies Day 10: GRIS (Nomada Studio)

Rae explores GRIS – an interactive art piece that boasts stunning graphics, lovely music, and a smooth, cathartic mechanics.

#loveindies Day 9: The World Next Door (Rose City Games)

Rae tries out Rose City Games’ debut original title – a fresh take on match-3 games embellished with gorgeous artwork, fun music, and unique characters.

#loveindies Day 8: Grim Legends The Forsaken Bride (Artifex Mundi)

Rae takes a look at a magical hidden object game from one of her favourite developers. Check out this lovely fairytale-like title!

#loveindies Day 7: Ori and the Blind Forest (Moon Studios)

Rae takes a look at Moon Studios’ award-winning debut title, Ori and the Blind Forest – a beautiful platformer sure to make anyone fall in love.

#loveindies Day 6: Shantae: Risky’s Revenge (WayForward)

Rae revisits one of her favourite indie series! Check out Shantae: the charming, nostalgic adventures of a half-genie hero who’s ready to save the day.

#loveindies Day 4: Risk of Rain 2, by Hopoo Games

Rae takes a break from stories for some chaos in Hopoo Games’ Risk of Rain 2 – an impressively intense rogue-like you’ll never get tired of playing.

#loveindies Day 3: Alicemare (Miwashiba)

Rae explores Miwashiba’s first game, Alicemare – a creepy, fairytale-inspired game that takes a young amnesiac boy through a mysterious world of dreams.

#loveindies Day 2: Moon Hunters (Kitfox Games)

Rae spends some time in Kitfox Games’ Moon Hunters – a gorgeous co-op RPG where your choices define you. What will you do? How will you be remembered?

#loveindies Day 1: Momodora (Bombservice)

Check out Rae’s #loveindies series, starting with Bombservice’s creepy, charming platformer, Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight!

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