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Metroidvania that shrimply had no rights to be as good and comfy as it truned out to be. Nothing will able to tell you how this game is. Well, maybe some gameplay video, but I didn't try it. Either way, when it comes to comfy - this is peak comfy in my opinion.
Someon calles it a poor man's Zelda, but I've never played any Zeldas, but I don't know. The game is the game itself is definitely in the middle grounds, a small title that is easy to criticize. But I think it is equally easy to concentrate on the good parts and enjoy it. If you launch and like it, then click your fantasy on and let it fill all the empty spots. My fantasy does work like that, so I've enjoyed the game and quite so. And if it doesn't work for you this way - well, just delete and forget.
Kickstarter code is THANKS4BACKING - yep, just like that.
There are two games: In A Heap Of Trouble and In A World Of Hurt. Both are bretty much the same thing. Cute, charming, small games. They pretend to be ZX Spectrum ones, which kinda works for me, because I actually usually play retro stuff. The biggest downside is that both games are short.
If you want to go through them, I advice you to check walkthrough and search for anything related to the Jealous Chest if you wish to get 100% in your first try.
>Cthulhu Saves The World
Complete nonsense, yet surprisingly charming. Your typical JRPG. One of the few games I've completed two times, even if in different modes. There's also Cthulhu Saves Christmas, which is lore-wise a prequel, but technically is a sequel, hence it features pumped up graphics. It also has probably the best New Game + stuff I've ever seen. If you like me and hate New Game Pluses - well, this is one game where New Game + is, actually, not quite a New Game +, so don't skip it this time.
Students' project. Berry beautiful. Criminally short. Should be available for free on itch.io and, perhaps, other places. Since it was never expected to be a full-fledged game, it lacks a lot of functionality: among other things, you can't change controls, which in this case is kinda severe because the game was made for the french layout of the keyboard rather than your typical WASD. It can be bypassed with AutoHotKey script (I've uploaded one on itch.io and it should still be in the comments), or by changing your layout to french one.
>Sea Dogs series
Or bretty much anything else where you can be a pirate, but I like Sea Dogs the most. Sea Dogs 2 especially has some beautiful storm graphics. These game have a community that is still active and provides a lot of mods, so if you are into age of sails, this might be just the thing.
>King's Bounty: The Legend
That's the only King's Bounty I've played, and I've liked it a lot. Really can't say what in particular was comfy about it, but... it was. The graphics were pleasantly bright, the dialogue was good, the character was awesome, you could marry a pirate girl... or some other girls, if you wish to. Yea, I need to try out later titles one day.