Let's try something.
Post an obscure game, presumably one that's available online in some form.
Now, look at the post below yours. If you've absolutely never heard of that game before, you have to play it.
Hell yeah, my "No work to do" game.
Also, In Verbis Virtus, seems obscure but I'm not sure how much of /v/ knows it.
Cool thread. Will eventually check out all of the games ITT that I haven't already played.
I don't know how to feel about this game. The dev gave out keys for this and his other game on multiple occasions and I got both, but they almost feel like joke games. Domestic Dog Simulator sure is unique though.
Well, I don't know if they are joke games. Squirreltopia is a pretty generic momentum-based platformer with good music and some fun level themes. Domestic Dog Simulator is yeah, a completely unique game that really shouldn't be as good as it is.
I do feel weird about devs hanging out on /v/ for some reason but i guess it's not so rare.
I actually dig it. Everyone's been so paranoid about "shills" since Borderlands, but as long as they're upfront about it it's actually kinda nice to just talk with a dev and maybe get a key.
And while we're on the subject of /v/ devs, this game's pretty neat.
It's free, so you have no excuse. It's also more of a movie than a game, but whatever.
These games are great. First two are free, third's pretty cheap. Apparently they're working on a new one.