Rachel Mailhot

Rachel Mailhot
About

Rachel E. Mailhot is a recent graduate from Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst., where she studied Games, Simulations, Arts, & Sciences, with a concentration in Writing. Rachel has worked on several indie games and game projects, including the Global Game Jam game Cosmo, which she still lists as one of her favorites. Interests include: playing D&D and Pathfinder, petting cats, and getting excited about story driven narrative games.

My Posts

Community

The Top Five Games To Play If You Miss Hanging Out With Your Friends

In this weird, unsettling pandemic world, we can all use a few more options for ways to virtually spend time with our friends.

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Entertainment

How to make friends online: Buddy Simulator 1984

Hey friendo! Feeling lonely? Bored? Well have no fear! With Buddy Simulator 1984, your new best friend is just a click or two away. Time for some first impressions.

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Entertainment

Diving Into A Wordless Journey

Did you know the game Journey doesn’t have a single spoken or written word? Somehow, this wordless wonder tells a touching story about connections without saying a single thing.

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Strategy

Who needs a face with hats like these? Little Nightmares 2 Hat Guide

What to wear, what to wear… with 10 unlockable hats in the game, Little Nightmares 2 allows you to customize your character while struggling to survive, so let’s find them all!

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Releases

A (Not so) Short Hike

Relaxing landscapes, with treasure and collectibles hiding behind every corner, A Short Hike is a game that flew under my own radar until just recently.

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Entertainment

Little Nightmares II: First Impressions

“As the world buckles under the relentless pulse of the Signal Tower… take refuge where you can.” You can’t stay hidden forever, so grab a friend and dive into the world of Little Nightmares II.

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