Games that engage or strike a chord despite their limited length. Usually free to play.
This short point-and-clicker is... strange. It's the kind of game that, even though it's seemingly harmless on the surface, has this uncanniness to it that is hard to describe. I was braced for nearly the entire experience, I was so unsettled.
Remember those highschool days, when Windows XP graced your home computer and you'd chat online on AIM Messenger (or whatever your equivalent was)? This game recreates this nostalgia effectively... including the accompanying melancholy.
Made by a team led by the creator of the Stanley Parable. It pretty much plays like a "Stanley Parable Lite".
This brief videogame adaptation puts a more hopeful spin on the famous K.C. Green four-panel comic.