9.03m is a Platformer, First-person Exploration, and Single-player Walking Simulation developed and published by Space Budgie for Microsoft Windows and Mac. The game takes place in the beautiful world where the media is so fast to put figures to death tolls in such disasters, and the game tries to remind people of the individuals behind those figures. It takes the player on Baker Beach, where debris from the tsunami has washed ashore. In the game, the player needs to find butterflies to play the game. In the start, the player needs to explore the environment from a first-perspective and find out butterflies to have fun. There’s no specific objective to complete, and the game provides the player with freedom to go anywhere in the said world to interact with the environment and objects to advance through the game. Using the point-and-click interface, the player makes a relation with the environment. With engaging gameplay, superb mechanics, and crisp visuals, 9.03m is a brilliant game to play for those players who love to explore.
#1 The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna
The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna is an Adventure, Atmospheric Puzzle, and Single-player video game developed by Tonguc Bodur for Microsoft Windows. The story of the game centers on the protagonist who after completing his graduation comes back to his village where he grew up. As the character notices that there’s no one around, he witnesses visions of an incident that occurred some time ago while he was away. These visions are of different places and time, leaving the player to reveal a clue to reveal the mystery. It introduces immersive gameplay where the premise of the game is the walking simulation genre. The player navigates the environment from a first-person perspective, and his main objective is to find the secrets behind the story. There’s a massive map with no in-game loading screens. The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna includes prominent features such as Approachable Gameplay, Charming Soundtracks, Smooth First and Third-person Camera Switching, Story-rich, and more.
Matter is an Action, First-person Perspective, and Single-player Platformer video game offered by Concrete Games for PC and Mac OS. The game provides short first-person exploration gameplay that will disorient you, and it will ask you to invest your soul with the help of exquisite visuals and level designed dynamic soundtrack. It offers parkour gameplay takes place in an unknown dimension, where the gravity will test the orientation senses of you. Embark on an epic adventure, in which navigation takes place from a first-person perspective, and you parkour your way to reach the end of each level. It introduces a dynamic, relaxing, and disturbing soundtrack to experience the incredible gameplay. While navigating the block-based platforms, you must avoid or overcome challenging obstacles to reach the end of each level. Matter includes fantastic features such as Exotic Landscapes, Pleasurable Platforming Gameplay, No Violence, Parkour Elements, and more.
Overseas is an Adventure, First-person Exploration, and Single-player Walking Simulation developed by Yuliya Kozhemyako and published by IBORG for Microsoft Windows. The game introduces a collection of short art games mixed with digital poems and presents a simple interface – a mysterious place resembling spaceship. The game comes with no challenge and storyline, but the main objective is to set off on a journey across the worlds to perceive the associative relations between them and try to figure the obscure. The entire game is span in several episodes, and each offers fun-filled gameplay only focuses on exploration. The beautiful world awaits the player who comes and navigates its every corner. The player moves all across the environment from a first-person perspective, and his main objective is to complete each episode while playing. Overseas includes prominent features such as Black Hole City, First-person Exploration, and more.
#4 The Hunting God
The Hunting God by Tonguc Bodur is an Adventure and Single-player Walking Simulation for Microsoft Windows. The game takes place in the beautiful world full of animals and other creatures. The main objective of the player is to navigate the jungle-themed world from a first-person perspective, encounter deadly enemies like giant dinosaurs and other creatures to push the storyline in forward direction. A short walking simulation is offered, in which the player takes on the role of Nodens who is a king and listen what he has been through completed by a white wolf. Experience the relaxing and atmospheric experience with two different choices at the end. The storyline follows the character who one when traveling in the jungle caught a glimpse of nearby deer. However, they were not the only beings available there that caught the player’s attention. A white-colored wolf was nearing the mutual prey when some mortals jumping into his canvas. There are many challenging levels, and each focuses on exploration.
#5 Drizzlepath: Deja vu
Drizzlepath: Deja vu is an Adventure, First-person Perspective, and Single-player Walking Simulation developed by Tonguc Bodur for Microsoft Windows. The game introduces fantastic gameplay to experience, and the storyline follows a man who sets off on a journey toward the top of a mountain to find out the truth behind his existence. During the trip, the player ponders the nature of life itself. In the game, the player will experience relaxing gameplay, which doesn’t need to complete a set of objectives, partake violence combat, and struggle for points. The game freely lets the player explore the environment his way and go wherever he wants to fulfill the hunger for navigation. The first-person perspective can be used by the player to see the objects, environment, and other items. The game features a professional voice narration, dynamic music score, and atmospheric sound design. Drizzlepath: Deja vu offers core features such as Sprawling Levels, Professional Voice Narration, First-person Exploration, and more.
#6 Gravity Bone
Gravity Bone is a Free-to-play, First-person Perspective, and Single-player Adventure video game created by Blendo Games for Microsoft Windows. The game takes place in a stimulating environment where the player will experience a first-person short storyline. This title serves as the prequel to Thirty Flights of Loving. In the game, the player assumes the role of the protagonist who can explore the world, interact with objects and environment to advance through the game. There are lots of stringent levels, and each level contains a tricky puzzle that the player has to complete to move forward. The difficulty level will be increased once the player knows how to play the game. The world contains several locations to explore, including a construction site, hotel, machine room, and more. Gravity Bone introduces prominent features such as First-person Exploration, Adventure Gameplay, Detailed Graphics, and more. With smooth controls, interactive fiction, and walking simulator mechanics, and brilliant sound effects, Gravity Bone will take you in the world of joy.
#7 The Ring of Truth
The Ring of Truth is First-person Exploration, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed and published by Unless Machines for Microsoft Windows. It is an exploration game where the ultimate task of the player is to reveal a hidden truth behind the game. The game takes place in the abandoned factory, where the player needs to search for clues about the separate life of his father, one of the technicians who worked there. During the gameplay, in the steps of his father, the player needs to learn why he never made contact with him. While exploring the environment, the player needs to examine the abandoned objects and listening to old recordings left by the father will be worthy for him to use in the quest. The game provides the player with freedom to navigate any part of the game world and reveals the story. There are lots of challenging levels, and each level needs completion of a set of objectives to advance the story. During the game, once the player completed the recordings, he will reveal the truth that has been a part of the player’s life. With well-written storyline, superb mechanics, highly detailed graphics, The Ring of Truth is a brilliant game to play.
#8 Thirty Flights of Loving
Thirty Flights of Loving is a First-person Action-Adventure, Indie and Interactive-Fiction video game that offers a fun filled gameplay experience. This short story game lets you explore the world of Thirty Flights of Loving from a first-person perspective and witness an amazing combination of Exploration, Object Finding and Puzzle gaming elements altogether. You can be a gunslinger, an explorer or a normal being in the game world, interact with the objects, find clues, interact with the NPCs, eliminate criminals, wave a stick at the stray animals and enjoy being part of a mystical world where everything is puzzling and you are the one to solve that puzzles. With amazing 3D graphics, an involving story and an engaging game-play, Thirty Flights of Loving is quite fun to play and enjoy.
#9 What Remains of Edith Finch
What Remains of Edith Finch is an Adventure, First-person Perspective, and Single-player video game developed by Giant Sparrow and published by Annapurna Interactive. The game takes place in the fictional Washington State and introduces a set of short stories about a cursed family. Each has provided an opportunity for the player to experience the life of different member in the household with thrilling stories ranging from the 1900s to the present day. The story and the gameplay are different as the members of the family themselves. The player manipulates the environment from the first-person perspective and the each story will end with the death of that family member. The primary objective of the player is to explore the ancient history of the family and struggles to figure out the story and find out why the protagonist’s the last person left alive. During the gameplay, the player moves freely around the fictional house, interact with objects, and environment to progress through the game. With different Mini-Games, Cut scenes, and addictive Gameplay, What Remains of Edith Finch is the best game to play and enjoy.
Firewatch is a First-person Action, Adventure and Mystery video game. The game takes the players back to the year 1989 and leaves them right in the middle of the Shoshone National Forest and lets them be Fire Lookout named as Henry. The game revolves around two main characters, Henry and Delilah, Henry’s Supervisor and tells the story of a mystery that formed over a Conspiracy. Firewatch is full of mysterious incidents, happenings, and all the pondering situations. According to the storyline, Henry works as a Fire Lookout, Delilah Assists him as a Supervisor and the story is about finding the roots of mystery that rocked the minds of the characters of the game. It all starts when Delilah Calls on Henry to investigate an illegal Firework at a Lake. Henry reaches to the spot only to find out two teenage girls Skinny Dipping who blame him for leering. On his way back to his watch tower, Henry finds a Cave locked and sees the shadows of a shrouded figure, returns to his Watch Tower and finds it completely ransacked. Next day, Henry gets to Communication line where he finds it cut along with a note from the girls. He plots to scare them away but finds their Camp abandoned. Some time later, on another location, Henry finds a Disposable Camera that belongs to Brian, son of Ned, the outdoorsman, and a fellow Fire lookout. Brian and Ned are both missing. This is where player’s character gets into the play. The game tasks the players to search for Brian, and Ned and the mission Girls, and solve the Mystery that’s bothering Henry big time. Firewatch is all about mysteries and amazing happenings that lead to an epic open world gameplay. With a great story, plenty of room for the gameplay, open world environment, fantastic characters and their own stories, Firewatch offers a remarkable and kind of twisted gameplay to enjoy. For all those who love playing mystery games, Firewatch would definitely be a great source of entertainment.
#11 Marie’s Room
Marie’s Room is a Psychological Horror, Adventure, Exploration, and Single-player video game played from a first-person perspective, developed and published by Kenny Guillaume. The game relies on the short-story exploration gameplay, revolving around friendship between two classmates. In the game, the player acts as Kelsey, who is struggling to remember the room of Marie as it was twenty-year-ago. The objective of the player is to find out what happened to Kelsey and Marie those years ago. According to the storyline, the protagonist reaches in the empty room where she has only one objective and a single purpose. In real, the room isn’t empty, it is full of old memories from 20 years ago. The game lets the player to join Kelsey on her epic trip to find out and unearth Marie and Kelsey’s memories by navigating the room of Marie. During the gameplay, the player will explore their stories, connected to every object available in the room and open drawers to find clues and objects which she can use to advance through the story. With addictive gameplay, brilliant story, and superb mechanics, Marie’s Room is the best game to experience the psychological horror elements.
#12 Gone Home
Gone Home is a First-person Indie Action-Adventure and Interactive Fiction Simulation developed by The Fullbright Company. The game takes place in the year 1995 and allows you to explore a mansion after coming back home after one long year. Every member of your family is vanished and you are left clueless about their sudden disappearance. In order to find them you must find clues, interact with objects and solve a number of challenging puzzles and mysteries. The game lets you be Kaitlin and allows you to explore the game world from a First-person Perspective, complete various game objectives in order to earn rewards, open up new areas and search for messages scattered all around the game world. Gone Home is an interactive video game that allwos you to look at objects, interact with them and keep on collecting the clues, objects and open up new game world areas to enjoy the game.
RHEM is an Adventure, First-person Perspective, and Single-player video game developed by Knut Muller and published by Got Game Entertainment. The game embarks the player on a journey to navigate a barren, maze-like landscape of water ponds, brick buildings, and walkways with the help of a map. There are several puzzles involving symbols and machines. Up to three sequels are available, and each comes with some addition of content. Similar to Myst, the game is made up of a set of static images. The main object of the game is to find four pieces of a letter, which needs to be connected to complete the task. In the start, the player gets into the city of RHEM situated on a railway car. However, according to the plot, the car reaches to a dead station with a track who is rotating continuously. In the game the player is unable to leave the game because the path isn’t yet rotated. During the gameplay, when the player is on his way to the switch to turn the track, the last prison beats the player to alter he was after and leaves in the railway car of the player.
#14 Plain Sight
Plain Sight is an Action-Adventure, Platform, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game developed by Beatnik Games for Windows. Throughout the gameplay, the player gets control over the ninja robot, who engages in various battles. It is an arcade game where the player can fly through space and utilize other major abilities to take the rivals down.
As the player kills more robots, he gains more energy but be careful as other robots for the sake of energy can harm the player. The looted energy turns the character into a bigger, faster, and stronger ninja. To be bigger and stronger is not enough, the player has to be dominant in combating and deceiving.
The game comes up with more than ten maps where almost 20 players take part in multiplayer mode. Five playable modes are there as deathmatch, team deathmatch, lighten up and capture the flag. The core features of the game are Five Modes, Multiplayer Mode, Energy, and Practice Mode.