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Mount Your Friends is a fiercely competitive sporting event for you to play with your friends in the contextual security of your own home, assuming that your home is not composed of sexual innuendo.
A command-line style text-based game where you debug the mind of an android woman.
Wryn is a girl with a big arsenal and big dreams -- she wants to be the ultimate videogame hero!
The Useful Dead is a puzzle game where you have to die to progress.
A game about Trinity Bellwoods Park, hipsters and the wizards that collect their cans.
An intimate, classic point-and-click adventure game set in the SNOW universe – which just happens to be Toronto’s Queen Street West neighbourhood in 2008. Guide Dana to her job at Abberline Books, and explore her character through various conversations.
A two-player versus game about squares with head-swords.
Blast away alien enemies and gather their spare parts to repair damage, or add new components to your ship to make it faster and stronger!
Action Puzzle game made during the 48 hour TOJAM2015.
Battle game featuring fish in a toilet.
Test your reflexes in this twitchy bar room brawl. How many adversaries can you take down before getting overwhelmed?
Slam Dunk is a fast paced one-on-one local multiplayer basketball game, the first player to reach 21 points wins!
Everyday Shooter is an album of games exploring the expressive power of abstract shooters. Dissolute sounds of destruction are replaced with guitar riffs harmonizing over an all-guitar soundtrack, while modulating shapes celebrate the flowing beauty of ge
Descend tubes, sail through hoops, avoid walls and smash windows in stereoscopic 3D.
AnIMa is a haunting game, with the disturbing sound effects and the chilling white noise that spreads across the screen with each possession.
A lightly filtered experience pulled from the creator's (now former) day job in a customer service call centre, made interactive in a point-&-click format.