Gardenarium is a Casual and Single-player Psychedelic video game released by Paloma Dawkins for Pc and other Platforms. The game presents several adventures full of chill, taking place on a cloud. As the storyline starts, you find yourself standing in a strange land where your goal is to gain access to the mysterious depot by merely searching the trash and making the land grow at any cost. There are several playable stages available, and the game rewards you points against the completion of puzzles.
Start navigating the world from a first-person viewpoint, interact with objects to unravel the truth behind the scene, and unlock additional content to become the master. The game offers a cartoonish world for navigation, which seems similar to ‘80s cartoon shows. The difficulty level increases as you reach high stages where the completion of adventures become quite tough. Gardenarium includes prominent features such as a 3D Environment, Detailed Graphics, Smooth Controls, and Exquisite Music Tracks to keep you engaged for endless hours of fun.
Gravity Bone is an Adventure, Point-and-Click, and Single-player video game developed by Blendo Games for PC. It employs an altered gaming engine version, known as id Tech 2, originally built for Quake 2. The game presents first-person adventure gameplay that lasts around twenty minutes and takes place in the fictional city of Nuevos Aires.
In the game, the player commands an unnamed spy, who is tasked with completing a series of challenging missions across the two stages of the game at any cost. As the game reaches the end, the spy gets killed by an unknown woman after a long chase of the last half of the second level.
The game’s ultimate mission is to leave the player without accurate information on how the game’s storyline evolves. During the challenging missions, guidance and objectives are offered through the player’s interactions with objects and environments. The tutorial system is featured to demonstrate familiar gameplay elements, including the object interaction and more.
Dinner Date is a Casual, Adventure, and Single-player Puzzle video game that emphasizes exploration game components. The game requires minimal interaction, and a few small choices the player makes are of no consequences of the storyline, like other indie games such as The Graveyard and Dear Esther. However, the game provides the player with an opportunity to eat, drink, and smoke whenever he wants to as long as the time isn’t up.
The game features a 25-minute long storyline involving you navigating the world by controlling the protagonist as he sits by his table set for two persons; he seems he is waiting for someone to arrive. As the night progresses, the player’s thought starts to unfold, and he falls into worries that trouble him. The player’s ultimate task is to navigate the world from a first-person, solve challenging puzzles, and reach the end of the storyline to reveal what happens to his partner. With stunning graphics, good music, and smooth controls, Dinner Date is a brilliant game to play.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is an Adventure, First-person Shooter, and Single-player Art video game developed by The Chinese Room and published by SCE for Multiple Platforms. The game presents storyline-based gameplay that takes place in a small village whose citizens have vanished mysteriously. However, the game considers as the successor to the Dear Esther video game released by the same developer.
In the game, the player has to navigate the world of a small village to discover what is happening here. During the gameplay, the player can interact with floating lights over the world’s course, most of which can unravel parts of the plot. There is a series of objectives whom the player can make interactions, such as phones, radios, doors, and more. It takes place back in 1984, where something suspicious has been reporting in a village in England. The player’s ultimate goal is to navigate the world to find out how and why everyone in the village has disappeared.
Xing: The Land Beyond is a Puzzle, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by John Torkington for Multiple Platforms. The game features Virtual Reality support of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It revolves around the protagonist, who recently got dead and waked up in otherworldly environments where he embarks on a journey through a series of mysterious lands to reveal secrets.
The primary gameplay focuses on the world’s navigation, and the player intends to navigate the world from a first-person perspective. There are different types of stages available, and each one advances the storyline. The world is beautiful where the player presents, containing different environment types and a series of tricky puzzles to complete.
At the start, the game begins with basic difficulty, which gradually increases as the player reaches advanced stages. Xing: The Land Beyond includes prominent features such as Innovative New Motion Controller, Analog-stick based Movement System, Thematic Score, Weather Control, Day-and-Night Cycle, Storyline Told through Poetry, and more.
The Graveyard is an Adventure, Atmosphere, and Single-player Walking Simulation developed and published by Tale of Tales. The game takes you to a black-and-white world and leaves you over there to experience short gameplay. In the game, you take on the role of an old lady who recently visits a graveyard. Your ultimate goal is to walk around, sit on a bench, and listen to your favorite songs.
The game seems similar to other exploration games; however, it’s not more than a painting. It serves as an experiment with storytelling and poetry elements, but with no words. The game has two versions, such as Free and Paid. Purchasing the paid version will include only one feature, which is the possibility of death. However, the paid version is similar to the trial version, except that she may die every time you play.