“Indygo is a narrative game with elements of point’n’click set in one room only – painting workshop. It tells the story of a painter who suffers from depression. Solve puzzles and make decisions that affect how the game ends. Indygo attempts to show how people with depression can feel. “
We start by locking ourselves into a painting workshop. We are a heavy depressed person. And all the decisions we make will affect our future. Can we make the right decision? Do you trust yourself in this matter ?
Tom is our name in the game. We also have a traveling companion called Anna. He’s trying to help us. To get out of the depression, to come to ourselves.
When we look at the pictures we draw, we actually see how we are in a bad mood. In our new paintings, we do not use color at all. They’re all black and white. I guess. The game’s own music brings you so deeply into your senses that you feel like you’re playing your own life instead of Tom.
It has charts that are graphically manageable according to a Point-Click game. When the game is combined with music and pale colors, it is a game that really gets you upset. They already have a warning at the beginning. “If you really feel sorry for yourself, break the game.”
I really felt sorry, but I continued because of the curiosity to finish with the end and I believe that I finished with a good ending. 🙂
Towards the middle of the game, Anna offers us a doctor. He believes that we are good for our depression and leaves a letter telling you he has an interview. It is your choice to completely accept your doctor. You can get Anna out of your life by giving wrong answers. You can let him help you. The game is completely shaped according to your answers and your answers.
If you are looking for a short, story-based game, I think it’s a good option. The price and story are pretty impressive by price.
Point-Click, music, story telling, drawings, I like it very much. You can buy the game through the Steam Platform for $ 5.99 dollars!