Summary: Albert Einstein said - "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." That is this game in comparison to all others. The Gameplay is simple. The Story is linear. There is no context.
Summary: Don't go to the trouble of playing the game. Instead, just google a youtube playthrough and you'll have 99% the exact same experience while saving yourself from the trouble of an install and uninstall.
Summary: It isn't a game. It will only take you about five minutes to complete, so it isn't like it wastes a huge amount of your time, but there isn't anything to it, nothing profound. It just kind of exists. It is free, and is worth what you paid for it, i.e. nothing.
Summary: Not much of anything, really. It is free though. All games have always been art, doesn't mean there isn't a lot of bad art. A game doesn't have to be monochromatic or abstract to be considered "art".
Summary: Very very short, but very beautiful game also. You're a fly... and you fly. Nothing more until the end, but with astonishing visuals and music (classical). I got some lag flying through the breeze, but nothing that makes me mad. The game is free, light download, just give a try.
Summary: A work of art. It's odd, it's simplistic, and very brief; so is life. The previous statement is the message this game attempts to convey and does so in such a perfect way: by having the player take the role of a fly's brief existence. It's a must-play.