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Log off Twitter and try these Delaware-made games

Take a break from scrolling and see what local creatives have to offer your brain instead.

In this time of social distancing, we’re more dependent on our devices than ever, for work, socializing and, of course, the 24/7 stream of crisis updates on Twitter.

If you find yourself obsessing a little too much on the latter, there’s some good news: You can play video games instead, and literally no one is going to give you a hard time because you’re practicing good social distancing.

Delaware has a handful of gaming companies, bolstered by the Game Design bachelor’s program at Wilmington University. Here are a few to try while easing up on your Twitter routine:

Drive to Hell (Ghost Crab Games)

Available for Android, iOs, Mac and PC, Drive to Hell is Ghost Crab Games’ top down shooter. Concept: The Demon King has destroyed your favorite dive bar, and you drive through an army of monsters in revenge. It allows up to four players co-op multiplayer.

In development: Hastilude

Haberdashery (Luna Wolf Studios)

Available for Android, iOS, Mac and PC, Haberdashery is a fast-paced, endless runner where the goal is to avoid rocks, trees, spike pits, and mines, while collecting all your treasures while avoiding becoming dragon.

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In development: ParaLily

Lucid Awakening II (Momiji Studios)

Available on Steam, this fantasy sequel to Lucid Awakening I (available on the Momiji Studios website) has a complex story about worlds ending and being reborn.

Also available from Momiji on Andriod and iOS: Sojourn: The Modern Journal, for digital journaling social media-style, without the social media.

Are you a local game developer with a game live on Steam, the app stores or somewhere else? Drop us a line at delaware@technical.ly.

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