Toronto Videogame Database
Games which depict a naturalistic or mundane representation of real life, without stylistic embellishments.
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A unique retro-styled RPG set in the present day, Always Sometimes Monsters puts the player on a cross-country journey to reunite with his estranged love, making choices that affect themselves and those around them along the way.
An adventure In sensory overload and emotional breakdown.
A jam game with monsters and cards
Actual Sunlight is a short interactive story about love, depression and the corporation. The game puts you in the role of Evan Winter, a young professional in Toronto, as he moves through three distinct periods of his life.
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.
An family friendly point and click adventure revolving around a new kid's first day at school.
Boxcar Brats is a wacky, top-down, multiplayer, "anti-racing" game.
A rogue-like where you rip up floor tiles trying to find the bathroom as you try to avoid human interaction as much as possible.
Long Time Coming is an "infidelity sim" in which you've just cheated on your boyfriend, and must lie your way through an evening with him without getting caught.
"Last night's trippy coding jam has left the couch a mess. Soon my mother will be here to visit, can you help me clean it? She will be here in 27 seconds."
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.
PaperDude VR has you deliver papers ass a paper boy with different VR technology.