The Story of the Revolutionary Watermelon is a game with two things: A.) A crazy long title for a game and B.) Is an interesting short indie game that is pretty interesting.
The story is simply that you play as a self-aware watermelon that is trying to run for freedom.
The only mechanic that you can use in the game is a jump feature and you have to use physics and the environment to trek through the level.
The atmosphere and sounds of the game are so well done, making for a pretty ominous soundtrack. The art direction and style look very nice and remind me a lot of games like "Inside."
Some negatives are that the jump feature doesn't always work, forcing you to spam the button, which then results in death since you can only sustain a certain amount of damage. The game is also surprisingly short and you can breeze through it in less than 3 minutes if everything goes right (side note: this was made for a gamejam, so we can forgive the length of the game for that reason).
Overall though, The Revolutionary Watermelon was an enjoyable game that I think can be fleshed out even further and made into a full-scale experience! I made a Let's Play of the game so I hope you can check it out and thank you to the developer on making a fun game!