Do you want to play a short free game that is a lot of fun? Do you want to get more of The Stanley Parable type of humour, directly from one of the creators? Then, Dr. Langeskov [and the extremely long title] is the game for you.
Do you miss the atmosphere of Diablo 2? Do you want to have almost limitless possible leveling paths and customisation? Then Path of Exile is the game for you.
What would you say about a colourful interpretation of Bardo, the Tibetan equivalent of Limbo, recreated as a free platform game? MANDAGON is just that.
Do you like classic Japanese Visual Novels? Are you a fan of the mecha and harem genres? How about turn-based strategies? This game will offer you all of the above in a really competent free package.
Would you like to chill and have some fun solving puzzles while listening to relaxing music? Then, “Missing Translation” is a perfect fit for your needs.
Are you a fan of Visual Novels? How about classic noir stories straight from the ’50s? Then “The Monster Inside” will be a small treat for you.
For some people, a video game can be far more than just an entertaining pass time. It is a new form of medium that can combine the cinematic feeling of video with the deep nature of writing and introduce a new thing, interactivity. These were my thoughts while playing “Sisyphus Reborn”.