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Usually, I'd write something witty or eye-catching to talk about the great games we have covered this month. this time, I've got nothing. All I can say is this month's games have been great, ranging from interesting narrative experiences, retro-style arcade games, and a few weird and artsy games.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Heatwaves, sudden downpours, and the occasional stormy night's has made for quite a whirlwind that either left us sweating like a pig or chilled to the bone. With that said, this month's selection of games is about as erratic as the weather has been in some parts of the world. We've got neon beat 'em up's, cute RPG cats, Dino love interest's, and a few quirky puzzle games for good measure.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Ah, summertime. The sun's out, the weather is nice, what better time to sit back and enjoy some great games? Sit back and enjoy a cold drink with some of the great games we covered this month, which offered up a great selection if you fancy exploring dungeons, covering up a murder, or fancy finding love in an arcade.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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The image above is from an hour-long film created by a neural network. The idea is for it to recreate the sense of watching landscapes rush by while looking out a window on a train. There is a game in this selection of games from April quite like it, but instead of a train, it is a bus that you sit upon, watching a city pass by. You can also examine virtual water, jump across boggling platforms assembled from an assortment of Unity assets, and create sculptures out of junk washed up on a beach.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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We have no April Fools' Day prank for you at Warp Door. We only have a selection of games that we covered over the past month for you to play. Come here to escape the jests and the jives. We have haunted computers, illusions of textures, and drone noise.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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If February 2017 has a motto to spur us along it is "EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK," which is the title of one of the games in this month's round-up. Other games seem less optimistic about the future, having us instead break reality into two or three, or spend our time throwing rocks into a space portal (better that than dwelling on existentialism).

There are also a lot of games that are very Warp Door this month: David Kanaga's dog opera Oikospiel, the quiet lunar exploration of Living With The Moonoliths, and the fragmented textual memories of uncomfortably to name a few. Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Here we are, 2017. What a first month it has been. Perhaps unsurprisingly, we've got a bunch of games about the degeneration of reality and escaping into other ones, such as dreams or virtuality. There are also a couple of games that look into memories of previous years: drunken nights, subway commutes, and hard times. But we also have games that should help you along with their simpler pleasures: solving puzzles, leaping over spikes, and shooting baddies.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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We may be in a new year but that won't stop us going back to 2016 for one last time. We've already done it three times (1, 2, 3) with our end of year round-ups, and we'll do it once more here, showing you the highlights of what Warp Door unearthed this past December. Turns out it's several trips along the estranged periphery of society, a broken game, and a therapeutic morning routine.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

Warp Door has found and shared 768 games throughout 2016. That's a lot, and there's still plenty that we have missed and are slowly getting around to playing, in hopes of recommending them in the future.

We've been doing monthly round-ups to try to break that mass of games down further. Continuing that effort, as we're at the end of 2016, we've got our most frequent contributors to choose their favorite games that Warp Door covered over the past year.

You can see Gnome's picks in this article and navigate to the other selections using the links below:

Joel

Chris

p.s. unfortunately Tim was too busy over the holiday period to construct a list

Warp Door has found and shared 768 games throughout 2016. That's a lot, and there's still plenty that we have missed and are slowly getting around to playing, in hopes of recommending them in the future.

We've been doing monthly round-ups to try to break that mass of games down further. Continuing that effort, as we're at the end of 2016, we've got our most frequent contributors to choose their favorite games that Warp Door covered over the past year.

You can see Joel's picks in this article and navigate to the other selections using the links below:

Gnome

Chris

p.s. unfortunately Tim was too busy over the holiday period to construct a list

Warp Door has found and shared 768 games throughout 2016. That's a lot, and there's still plenty that we have missed and are slowly getting around to playing, in hopes of recommending them in the future.

We've been doing monthly round-ups to try to break that mass of games down further. Continuing that effort, as we're at the end of 2016, we've got our most frequent contributors to choose their favorite games that Warp Door covered over the past year.

You can see Chris's picks in this article and navigate to the other selections using the links below:

Gnome

Joel

p.s. unfortunately Tim was too busy over the holiday period to construct a list

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December is here. The minus temperatures have arrived (celsius) in some parts of the world. Months of grey and white. Months of the early dark. You will want to shut yourself in tight. A perfect time to play some small games.

For this edition of the monthly round-up we have text message horror and mass necromancing. You can live for a day as an art critic and learn an alien language. And if you want to warm up with a friendly dual then what better place than the dazzling cosmic realms? Scroll down to check it all out.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Anyone else waiting for the delayed announcement that Halloween was moved to November 9th this year?

Perhaps it's tempting to turn to videogames to escape the news at the moment but let's not forget that they can also be used to inform and educate. Take a look at We Become What We Behold and From Darkness in this monthly selection for examples of that.

Otherwise, there are some genuinely pleasant virtual scenes to escape into if you need that. Bob&Dob, Vestige, and ROM are your friends. Otherwise, if you haven't had enough murkiness this past week, turn to Coward Town, ULTRA ADHD, and unfinished demo for an overdose on doom and gloom.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Bones are rousing. Spirits are stirring. The cobwebs between gravestones grow gray and hungry. An ancient growl in the woods heard by a lone traveler. They stop, sudden. Hot breath on the back of the neck. Teeth scratching soft skin. Claws shredding flesh, red. Yes, we are in October; the spookiest month of all. But before jumping head-first into the jaws of terror, let's take a look back at September and see what it brought us.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.

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Into the pulsating throes of September we fly, just as the hero in the glitch art above (created by the "Corruption as Art" Tumblr blog, which is well worth following). But before we let our bodies be subsumed by the autumn haze, let's turn our heads back to see what August brought: magic ruins, scream painting, crow music, and even a mean mom.

Have a browse through our entire selection below. And if you want to find more convenient collections of games such as this check out our round-up tag.