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pureya gives you a mini-game that changes every 10 seconds

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What if you combined a bunch of small arcade games into something that changes every 10 seconds? pureya answers that question with over 30 small games you can unlock. Note: key provided by Pixel River PR.

The idea is simple and effective: you collect marbles across different simplistic mini-games, and every 10 seconds you're pushed into something completely different. As you collect them, you can then go and unlock more. It's a genuine delight and a truly brilliant idea. pureya is a game that doesn't waste your time, and it know you're probably quite busy so it offers up a delightful idea to jump in and out of easily that you can keep coming back to.

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Features:

  • 30+ minigames
  • Switch to a different minigame every 10 seconds
  • Collect marbles and use them in the pachinko to unlock new minigames, music and skins
  • Quick and easy: plays with just 2 buttons
  • Dynamic difficulty for all skill levels
  • Dynamic original music with linked 10 seconds tracks by Alejandro Maciá

"Classic arcade games are wonderful, but they can quickly become tedious," says Alva Majo, Creator of pureya. "I wanted to enhance that experience with engaging 10-second intervals. Whether you’re looking for a quick 2-minute play session or hours of earning skins and collectibles, pureya’s accessibility and variety of modes offer never-ending minigame madness."

The developer previously made Majotori, Golfing Over It with Alva Majo and also Shipped.

You can buy pureya on Steam and also itch.io.

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3 comments

Kohrias 29 Mar
Seems nice! I am going to check it out :) Will get it DRM-free from itch.io.
elmapul 30 Mar
wario-ware esque game.
not complaining, i just think its an nice comparission that you could have used in the article
Liam Dawe 1 Apr
Quoting: elmapulnot complaining, i just think its an nice comparission that you could have used in the article
Never played one to compare.
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