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Play at SEA: Memorable, Short Creepy Tales: 7PM successfully captures navigating intersection of Malaysian-Chinese myths, beliefs
Cellar Vault Games’ award winning title may be a little too short, but deftly captures life (and aspects beyond life) in a uniquely Malaysian setting.
Fun combination of deckbuilding, roguelite and real-time strategy Highly replayable due to different character playstyles and randomly generated loot
Beautifully hand-drawn art style making it feel like an interactive anime or manga A complex and touching story hidden behind simple point-and-click puzzles
Developed by Singapore-based The Gentlebros, Cat Quest 2 serves up a fun and accessible quest that may be simple yet polished.
The SEA Game Awards 2020 may be a fully virtual ceremony this year, but it also packs some of the most interesting and innovative titles from Southeast Asia yet. We list some of them.
This puzzle platformer from Malaysian-based One More Dream Studios is a journey of growing up and overcoming self-doubt through a unique game mechanic revolving around manipulating the age of plants and animals.
This 3D action game (largely developed by one man) may be short and frustrating at parts, but is nonetheless is a brutal and rewarding experience.
The barista simulator cum visual novel by Indonesia’s Toge Productions is a game that wonderfully captures the feeling of warmth and human connections within the comforting confines of a coffee shop.
Play At SEA: Fires at Midnight is an engaging, experimental exploration on the perspectives within relationships
While simple, the game’s mechanics allows for some layered storytelling Distinctively Malaysian in both the premise and themes explored