So I was browsing the itch.io website and the games that caught my eye the most were Tipping Point and Binary System. I was mostly drawn to them because of their aesthetically-pleasing thumbnails–but after playing them they turned out to rather interesting!
The goal of Tipping Point is to use an unstable platform to your advantage while you hoard as many chickens (which fall from the sky because of reasons) into a fence as possible. It has a very simple gameplay and graphics-wise it looks pretty good; but admittedly, I don’t think it’s something I would play for more than 5 minutes at a time.
Binary System seems like another ‘collect stars and avoid getting hit by asteroids’ at first, but it’s pretty interesting in that it focuses on the mutual dependency of two objects. The game can actually be pretty tricky because the controls are a little awkward and, given the way the planets are arranged, it’s hard not to get blown up. Still, I think this is a game I can easily get addicted to because of its lovely graphics and coordination-heavy gameplay.