Over 350 devs collaborate on game-a-day Meditations project

Vlambeer's Rami Ismail launches 'Meditations', a game-a-day project

Vlambeer's Rami Ismail launches 'Meditations', a game-a-day project

Meditations is a launcher that, every day, loads a small game and an accompanying text as a meditation, distraction, lesson, or inspiration for that day. "It is a simple minimalist puzzle game, and it might have taken no more than five minutes of my time to figure out", Ismail writes on Meditation's website.

Ever wanted to play a different game each day?

Since then, working with 350 developers, he has assembled a collection of other micro games. Without knowing more about the games themselves, I think it's a fine idea, and a fun little way to discover more indie developers, especially if you're interested in the more experimental side of the scene.

Titled Meditations, the project was originally conceived in early 2018, and consists of afree launcher that will, for every day in 2019, unlock a single short game created by one of hundreds of developers Ismail collaborated with over the course of previous year. They're all created to be completed within five minutes and they each focus on an idea of the designer's choice. "Some meditations are light and curious".

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The first game included in the bundle is TEMPRES, the game that kicked off the project.

While I missed yesterday's game - you know how New Year's Day hangovers can be - today's game is a very timely experience by Adriel Wallick, about introversion, and how challenging it can be to handle during the holidays.

When you launch each game - all of them unlocking as the day begins in GMT - you can also find details on the developer of that particular meditation, which means you can reach out to them if you enjoyed it.

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