WHALIEN – Unexpected guests and four more games

It is a new week and time for me to give you a new list filled to the brim with indie gems. However, this is not your ordinary list. This list contains both short and what I would call kid-friendly games. Sure, I did add a game that will make adults swear more than once. But in the grand scheme of things it is a very colorful and wholesome list.

Kick back and relax

I would not mind using my vocabulary. Yes, it has been one of those days. But I have to admit, one of the more kid friendly games might be a better pick. That way I can kick back, relax, and just enjoy life. Well, I guess it depends. One of the games are about emotions while another is about anxiety and social issues.

My mood and indecisive traits aside. I am sure you will navigate this list like you do an Indiana Jones game and find something of interest to you and your family members. If not, post a comment below and I will try to point you in the right direction. With that said, here are the highlights of week 4, 2023!

Asfalia: Anger by Funtomata


WHALIEN – Unexpected Guests by Forbidden Folds


  • Game: WHALIEN – Unexpected Guests
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Developer: Forbidden Folds
  • Publisher: Forbidden Folds
  • Release type: Full release
  • Release date: January 24, 2023
  • Platform: Steam

Larcin Lazer by Tambouille & Géraud Zucchini


  • Game: Larcin Lazer
  • Genre: Memory, Puzzle
  • Developer: Tambouille, Géraud Zucchini
  • Publisher: Tambouille
  • Release type: Full release
  • Release date: January 25, 2023
  • Platform: Steam



  • Game: GRUNND
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Developer: SEKTAHOUSE
  • Publisher: SEKTAHOUSE
  • Release type: Full release
  • Release date: January 26, 2023
  • Platform: Steam, GOG

Roller Drama by Open Lab Games


A final distraction

I am sure you already found something in the list you want to play. I on the other hand is as indecisive as I was a couple of minutes ago. And at this rate I am not likely to decide on a game to play either. I do not know how it is for you, but I have days when I just look at my game library trying to pick one out of hundreds of games to play. It is a good problem to have, I agree. But it sure makes things harder if you are easily distracted.

That reminds me. I was supposed to make dinner hours ago, so I better wrap this week’s list up and get some sustenance before it is too late. Until we meet again, take care!

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