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Devil may cry
There's probably nothing quite like Pony Island so giving it a description is a pretty tricky task. It's a sort of puzzle game but it also functions as a deconstruction of the concept of gaming while packing in a surprisingly complex story and would probably be of interest to gamers who enjoy The Stanley Parable and Undertale. It's certainly not for everyone as it is rather lacking in gameplay at times but for something unusual and meditative, it's worth a look. The idea here is you are trapped in limbo, cast there by the Devil himself but this time, hell is actually a malfunctioning arcade machine so you're going to have to solve the horned one's puzzles if you want to get out and back to the real world. These puzzles are of the logic and programming nature, although you don't need to understand machine code to enjoy this, and are a sort of insight into how games are developed, which is where the gaming deconstruction idea comes into play. Anyone looking for a simple, casual puzzling experience is probably not going to get much out of this, but if you are prepared to invest some time into Pony Island, you're likely to find it very rewarding. The concept itself is bonkers but original and is for the most part well handled. The game's simple visuals help create a stark and disturbing atmosphere that really sucks you into the world created here. There's also a pretty complex story to be found and while the game is short overall, the clever mechanics and thought-provoking gameplay make it an experience worth savoring.