Hey! Tell me about your favorite indie games.
Platformers, RPGs, Puzzle Games, Adventure games. Maybe other stuff, but not FPSs.
I'm looking for stuff made by small teams or individuals, weird, game jam entries, unfinished, all fine.
It needs to run on linux, or run in an emulator that exists on linux.
Just something I can play for a bit.
Home Wind kept me busy several hours recently. Free on Stream. Works with Proton. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1572080/Home_Wind/
Platformer, very fun!:
Yoku’s Island Express
Paid, but has a demo.
Slashem. Not Sl-ex. Slashem.
All thing devours. (Z-Machine)
@ajroach42 Anything in the Necrodancer series. My favorite "easy to get into, very hard to master" game. Not platformer, but it gives me the same happy brain juices as my favorite platformers.
Oh and World of Goo is a great puzzle game, I think it has a Linux version, but if not, it should run fine in Wine.
Both are by small teams, although they are pretty well known by know, they both won awards and stuff.
@ajroach42 I almost solely play rando stuff from itch.io now, mainly from the Ukraine or BLM bundles. Celeste, Lennas Inception, ROM, Night in the Woods. Valerie Dusk's weird shit will fuck you up, it's great.
The Stanley Parable Ultra-Deluxe just came out, I'm waffling on platform choices atm. TSP 1.0 was the best game of that year. Maybe decade.
@ajroach42 I can vouch for Inscryption. You can also download Kaycee's mod, which is an official mod that adds an extra play mode (I would recommend to do this after beating the game).
Another chill game is Stardew Valley, if you're into cutesy farming sims.