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|A 1st Person Emotional Journey from Joe and Brad, which is best experienced with as little information going in as possible.|
|A very unique mashup of 1st Person shooter and Tower Defense, from Galactic Bits!|
|Build a zombie horde, corpse by corpse in this very enjoyable take on a war against humanity from New Horizon Games.|
|A top-down twisted adventure of killing humans and zombies to make backyard cyber-zombies out of their parts… to kill more! Made by Beavl from Argentina, and featuring a mutant dog and a rusty RV lab!|
|1st Person Survival as a lone human in a zombie-infested, blue-sky suburb, built by David Schneider.|
|A fight between cubes on a heavily populated dinner table that gets very quickly out of hand! Developed by Z Studio.|
|A war on parental sanity in the road trip from hell. Developed by the very funny, and possibly sadistic Pixels and Poutine.|
|A revenge shooter, starring a tiny man with a shotgun who throws brains and drives a truck. Built in Australia, by Bar Benders!|
|Comedic limb-flail political drama / heroism from the mighty Team Human Shield!|
|A holy war between Robo-diablo and an army of Robo-Jesuses (Jesii?) from Yanki.Jp!|
|Take part in a war on your diet, using varied combos of eating device, across a buffet of levels from team Binko and Bonko.
We honored this game, due to its sense of style and personality.
|Keiron is a child who is alone in the dark, in this succinct piece from Poncy Coffee Collective.
We honored this game, due to the well-realized atmosphere and story concept you’ll need to beat this short game to see.
|You are a tiger, in this no bullshit, uncompromising onslaught against the undead, lovingly developed by L.A-based team, ‘The Herd’.
We chose to honor TVZ, because it successfully captured the most perfectly spirited sense of fun.
|A statement about capitalism through the killing of aggressive money-spewing robots in this 1st Person shooter/combat game from Pixel Comrades.
We honored this game due its well-realized personality and its production values.
Hellish space war chaos from Obscure Fish.
We chose to honor Vanguard, as conceptually, it captured the sense of a literal ‘all out war’ perfectly. Good luck keeping up with the chaos!
A territorial tug o’ war from Kingdom of Dunftopia.
We honored Tanxis, due to it simply being a fun game and addressing all points well.
The worst kind of soap opera, amidst a zombie apocalypse, as realized by The Grateful Zed.
We honored this game, due to the team’s courage in taking on a complex idea about relationships and personality conflicts.