In Tea for Two you play as a snail. It’s a very cute snail. With a unicorn horn and a teapot perched on its back, it’s ready for adventure.

Time to Party

Specifically, you’re off to search the pink planet surface for tea so that you can throw a tea party for a dear friend. Luckily, there are plenty of tea leaves here, just floating in the air waiting for you. Slalom around to collect as many as you need for the perfect pot.

tea for two

Everything the game is utterly charming, from the trail that you leave behind to the truck-style beeping that plays if you move backwards. A colourful, smile-inducing moment of serenity.

Tea for Two is available to download for pay what you want on itch.io.


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Jay Castello

Jay Castello

Jay is a freelance games writer specialising in intersectional feminist critique, how to improve games and use them to improve the world, and cute dogs. She loves inhabiting digital spaces in all their forms, and being constantly surprised by just how weird and wonderful games can be.
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