A minimalist game about jumping and friendship and floating and bouncing and anti-gravity.
We all have fears and obstacles we can't conquer by ourselves. We're fragile, vulnerable beings who sometimes need a helping hand to get through the day. We're creatures of habit, creatures who want to be left alone at times and desperately need companionship others. Thomas Was Alone is a story that looks at all of these tropes of human nature, and it expresses them. This is a story that makes you look at yourself and the vulnerabilities inside of you while telling an incredible tale of companionship, friendship, and self-exploration. You start off as the titular Thomas, a lone red rectangle stuck in a not-so-complex space with walls and roadblocks that aren't all that difficult to get through. Soon, however, Thomas encounters an orange square named Chris. This... Read Review