2020 Community game-Along masteR LIST


Platform Games



Dating Simulators



The works of Yasunori Mitsuda



Capcom Games



Music Games



Racing Games



Japanese Role Playing Games



Fighting Games



Sonic Team Games



Horror Games



Visual Novels



Point and Click Adventure Games


Since 2014, the Community Game-Along event has hosted and promoted by Chic Pixel's Anne Lee as a way to clear out your backlog of games, to promote under-appreciated genres/creators, to amplify gamers of all backgrounds, or a combination of the above.

To participate in the monthly Game-Along, just pick at least one game that fits the theme to play during the month. After that, the rest is up to you. Stream it, record it, write about it, or simply talk about it. Use the currently active hashtag, and the game you play, as well as your way of promoting that game will be showcased here.

At the end of the month, a review round-up will be posted summarizing all of that theme's posts/events in one convenient location. All in all, the Community Game-Along is about having fun, and bringing different gaming communities together!

The hosts

Anne lee



Anne Lee writes about Japanese pop culture, podcasts, and produces video content about all things cute and nerdy at Chic-Pixel.com. She also works as a Japanese to English translator and academic researching girls' media and culture in Japan. Her journey into gaming began when Final Fantasy VII showed her that games could have really expansive worlds, incredible scores, and fascinating storylines.


event organizer


Caspulejay, whose journey to gaming began when his Grandma introduced him to Donkey Kong at the age of three, is a part time streamer with a full time passion for the past, present, and future of gaming. Whether it's through his Tales from the Backlog, or through his affiliation with the Geek to Geek Media Network, he always finds new and exciting ways to express the love and fun of gaming.


lead host + Web design


As the producer of the M Disk Playlist, Nitro combines his passion to create videos with his love for video games, and video game music. The concept of the M Disk Playlist was inspired by Yasunori Mitsuda's works on games like Chrono Trigger and Xenogears (where the name "M Disk" originated from). Since then, Nitro has continued to seek new opportunities to bring gamers together through his content.

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