Great indie games, Doujin hits, and anything underrated but highly worth your time. Sir TapTap tries to find the best games you might not have heard of.


Recommended January 26
"YouTube Bait but good, Cluster Truck is a series of silly challenges with a surprisingly nice lowpoly style. Best played streaming"
Recommended January 26
"A good RPG maker horror game with few jumpscares and little frustration. Good, creepy writing. Awful, awful people (but it's horror, so). Be sure to get all endings to fully appreciate the game."
Recommended January 26
"A horror game with an odd sense of humor about it as well. Less depressing than Mad Father but still wickedly grim. Surprisingly good and rarely frustrating horror."
Recommended January 26
"Amanita Design started out making great, small point and clicks with beautiful worlds; this is a great opportunity to see one of their earlier series expanded as a full-size game."
Recommended January 26
"The name sounds fishy, but this is a pretty fun but flawed raising sim. The characters are all pretty loveable or at least interesting, which make it worth going through the confusing & random combat."
Recommended January 26
"If you ever wanted to play Sim Tower without it devolving into an Elevator Management Sim (which it originally was!) this is quite simply your game. "
Recommended January 26
"A great but flawed story that's really unlike a majority of VNs. Beautiful, ditherful retro 80s/90s anime pixel art style. May get on your nerves but you'll still probably like it."
Recommended January 26
"Gunvolt tries perhaps too hard to differentiate itself from IntiCreates' fantastic Mega Man Zero/ZX games with odd tagging/crafting mechanics, but it's still a great, good looking platformer."
Recommended January 26
"A shockingly relevant and relatable tale of change, and a rather rare "post-coming-of-age" story in a sense. Great writing and characters and the interactivity draws you in well. Gregg rules, ok?"
Recommended January 26
"A truly impressively well written little world. One of the most emotional games I've played, OneShot will definitely stick with you for a long time."
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