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Posts tagged “Windosill”

A Good Bundle offering 151 games for cheapo

The bohemian sewer of neon lights and indie games known as Itch.io has posted a huge bundle of games from over 100 different creators, pointedly called A Good Bundle. It's got a lot in it. Gone Home is in there, Catacomb Kids is in there, Proteus is there, The Novelist is there, Killing Time At Lightspeed is there. And a bunch of smaller games of…

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Have You Played… Windosill?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game recommendations. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time. Windosill is a magical diorama full of wonderful, eerie, and often sentient objects to pull, tug, ping, crank, stroke, yank, slide, tickle, and otherwise poke at. It's a short puzzle game where getting things wrong is just as pleasant as getting them right.…

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Letters Of Intent: Metamorphabet

The work of some developers is as immediately recognisable as a particular painter's oeuvre*. Take Metamorphabet, a game in which the alphabet comes to life one letter at a time. The player strokes, pokes and tickles each grapheme, causing appendages to sprout and activities to commence. The trailer shows an 'A' undergoing changes related to 'antlers', 'arch' and 'amble'. The graphical style and friendly digital…

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(Almost) Free Toy: Windosill For A Cent

The gorgeous and utterly charming Windosill, whose gentle and sometimes dream-like interactions play out in what is still some of the best Flashcrafting out there, has just been released on iPad. And why, pray tell, would that be of interest to those of us who choose a mechanical pointing device over the dubious pleasures of poking at things with out fingers? Settle down and I…

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Admire The View: Vectorpark’s Windosill

Vectorpark (Patrick Smith), creator of 2007's wonderful Feed The Head, offers a gorgeous new downloadable Flash game: Windosill. It's the gentle tale of a small toy car, quietly trundling its way through a series of screens, each requiring exploration and interaction to discover a small white cube that will unlock the next room. This begins in what might well the shelves of a child's bedroom,…

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