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In this puzzle game you play as a spider, spinning webs and eating insects to survive, all the while you get to explore a mysterious abandoned mansion that used to belong to a secret society.
It has some decent web-slinging mechanics. In each puzzle, the objective is to eat a certain number of insects before moving to the next level. Also, certain environmental conditions like the weather will also affect the type of puzzles and insects.
Another intriguing thing is the whole mystery, you have the option to investigate what happened to the people in the mansion. But the story is very ambiguous as it´s up to the player´s imagination to figure that out. Helps if you know a little about the real history of secret societies.
If you´re looking for a strategy game with decent breeding mechanics then this game is for you.
The objective of this game is to raise a beetle army and control an abandoned lot but it can also act as a pet simulator, you get to raise your beetles, feed them, play and clean them. Keeping them happy is key to success. You can also send some of them on missions to collect resources, as well as real-strategy campaign missions.
But my favorite part is the realistic genetics mechanic. You can pair up specific beetle with the traits you want, a beautiful unique color, or survival skills. Do this enough times, that generations later your little bugs will be a force to reckon with. Sometimes new beetles will show up, introducing new genes to your group.
I would argue this is more of a spiritual sequel to SimAnt but with beetles instead of ants.
Birdgut is a hilarious but creative hand-drawn puzzle-platformer game. You play as a bee who gets eaten by a bird only to find machine parts instead of organs, it explores what is essentially a dystopian setting, where all the consumed insects are brainwashed to serve the Bird.
Fortunately for this bee, it is somehow immune and decided to go on a mission to destroy this mechanical monstrosity and free its fellow bugs. Despite the bleak setting, there is a lot of humor and quirky elements. The music has a melancholy feel to it.
There is a lot to explore in this game, from hidden secrets, a diverse array of unique and challenging puzzle environments as well as a cast of quirky bug characters.
The game also comes with multiple endings giving it some replay value. Plus, unlike other games on this list, it´s free to play.
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