20 Games Like Water Bears VR()


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How to play a game that doesn't want to be played?
Calendula is an experimental meta game about trying to play a game. Use your logic to thrive against conventions and get surrounded by a dark atmosphere.

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"Sethian is a sci-fi puzzle game in which you master a fictitious language. An archaeologist in the distant future, you venture to the far-flung planet of Sethian, investigating the mysterious disappearance of the people there centuries ago. An abandoned computer may have the answers you seek, but it only operates in the lost native language. Master their language, unravel their mysteries, and challenge their philosophy."

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Pictopix is a puzzle game where you use logic to color squares on grids in order to reveal pictures. Easy to learn and very addictive, the game starts with small grids and ends with much bigger grids. With over 150 colored puzzles, a shuffle mode and a puzzle editor, Pictopix will bring you hours of fun!

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80 / 10014.0



Journey into an Aztec pyramid and survive the adventure of a lifetime! No other game forces you to die in order to complete it! That's just one of many incredible plot twists in this excellent puzzle-oriented arcade-adventure game.

Guide Alabama Smith (Al) into a vast and dangerous Aztec pyramid. Confront traps of increasing perplexity and face unfathomable creatures in this innovative arcade game that tests your mind more than your finger speed.

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The art has disappeared from the gallery! Can you paint it back? Recreate lost works of pixel art using logic as your paintbrush. Solve paintings like "Enormous Ant Goes Sightseeing" and "Satan is My Neighbor" to win achievements and restore the gallery to its former glory.

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This Starry Midnight We Make is a celestial growth simulation game where you create celestial objects using the mysterious Star-seeing Basin.

"This Starry Midnight We Make is a story-heavy puzzle-simulation game, in which the player utilizes the “Star-seeing Basin” to create a simulation of the night sky, as seen through the lens of Japan’s ancient system of onmyou divination. As the player creates various stars, they will have an effect on the world around them, and will get to watch the stories of individuals tied to the Basin unfold, with cutscenes utilizing Starry Midnight’s unique graphical style."

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A crime hidden object game for Facebook.

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90 / 10034.5



SquareCells is an ambient logic puzzle game.

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80 / 10024.0



The Cat and the Coup is a documentary game in which you play the cat of Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran. During the summer of 1953, the CIA engineered a coup to bring about his downfall. As a player, you coax Mossadegh back through significant events of his life by knocking objects off of shelves, scattering his papers, jumping on his lap and scratching him.

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Bloop is an action adventure game where you play as a young, subterranean-dwelling slime on a quest to discover the surface world. Slime your way through dungeons, battle bandits, and uncover a secret that threatens all of Slimedom. The fate of the cavernous realm rests on your, um...shoulders!

Inspired by Game Boy era action-adventure games, Bloop is designed to be completed in under two hours. Have fun!

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Klocki is a relaxing and minimal experience. Loaded with a lot of different puzzle mechanics.

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Ms. Accord, the teacher at the Primp Magic School, informs Sig that there will be a tournament up for play, and everyone's competing; the reward is a medal that will grant anyone's single wish. Another scene shows Amitie and Arle pledging to play by the rules, and Sig, still as clueless as ever, eventually plegdes as well, but not before witnessing six comets fall down onto Earth. Sig, realising that this is a big discovery, decides to ignore it anyhow and goes onto the competition. It turns out that the "comets" are actually six familiar characters from the Madou series, who serve as boss characters in the story modes.

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