news\ Feb 14, 2013 at 1:30 am

'Arcade documentary' QRTH-PHYL is $1 on IndieGameStand (and it's weird and pretty)


It's time to take a look at the latest IndieGameStand deal. Developer hermitgames has released QRTH-PHYL on the pay-what-you-want site, and it's quite the unique title. I could sit here and try to explain what this game's all about but, well, I'll just let the official blurb do the talking:

"Arcade documentary of maze/dot/snake mechanic within changing dimensions, axis locks and the corruption of the system. Collect, grow, avoid your past, find new space, wake up ..."

Weird! But I want to play it now! If you do, too, you can score QRTH-PHYL for as little as $1. Beating the average will also get you the prototype and some extra goodies. Paying $10 means you get QRTH-PHYL, Krunch, and whatever mystery indie game lands on the discount site next.

If you've been following IndieGameStand, you know the drill: 10 percent of all proceeds from this game will go to charity. This time around, hermitgames has chosen Save the Children.


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