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Screenshot 1 of Absurdistan

Pick of the Month

Chosen by Creamy
As a country, Absurdistan won't be among the popular holiday spots this summer.
Blame the totalitarian regime, bleak urban landscapes and recurrent shortages of basic necessities.

As a game, it's :
- a lighthearted insight into a system of rules taking its toll over people. 
- conveyed through funny banter.
- and inspired puzzles.
- and rationed pixels.
- which may leave you craving for wuzetka.

More about this game >>


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AGS Awards

The AGS Awards are an annual event to recognise the best games made that year.

These games have won the most AGS Awards, as voted for by you:

Screenshot 1 of Resonance
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Screenshot 1 of The Journey Down: Over the Edge
The Journey Down: Over the Edge
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To view all of the AGS Award winners to date, visit the AGS Award Winners page.

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