Perspective is a great little platformer that turns out to not be so little. This game is another stab at combining 2D and 3D into one game like Fez or Monument Valley, and this one is the most interesting implementation yet. In this game, you control a little man who runs on little blue blocks to try to reach a portal at the end of the level whilst avoiding dangerous red blocks. The catch: whenever you click, you go from 2d view to a First person 3D view of the room. The man is on the wall, but whenever you move around, his location changes based on your (you guessed it!) perspective. This explain may not make sense to you right now, and when you first play the game, your mind will be blown. That's okay, and as you play more, you'll become accustomed to this game, and you'll enjoy it that much more. That's about all I can say about this game. It's amazing, so download it for free for PC here.
Kairo is a linear, story-based puzzler made on the Unity engine. It has simple, minimalist graphics, and a dark backstory of the world you wander begins to unfold as you venture throughout the huge map. The game has a completely predetermined world, but you can wander it and return to rooms as much as you like. Most of the rooms have puzzles in them that you have to solve to move on, such as a room where you have to avoid walls that disappear into the ground. This game has a dark soundtrack for the majority of the game, adding to its immersive, oppresive atmosphere. The game's ending, though, features light, happy music and beautiful visual effects, painting a picture of forgiveness and a second chance. This game is filled with quality animations, meaning it lags terribly on less powerful devices (ie. my old android), but it is worth it. Altogether, this game's challenging, clever puzzles, quality graphics, beautiful soundtrack and excellent ending make it one of the best game I have ever played. You can get it on Steam for $4.99 here. It is also available on iOS and Android for $.99.
Beyond Perception is a mind-bending Gamejolt dig that I found yesterday that was made using the Unity engine. You start out in a room filled with museum paintings. Stand on a square in front of one of the paintings, and you are instantly teleported into the painting. However, the room is actually just the painting rendered in 3D, so when you're looking around, parts of the room not seen in the painting are the same color as the background, making them nearly invisible. This leads to some confusion on where the floor, ceiling and walls are. This game is a serious challenge, and requires that you look at each of the rooms from a lot of different perspectives--literally. Most of all, for this game you must suspend your disbelief and forget what you know about reality. This mind-boggling game will leave you speechless even after the first level. You can get the the game for free here. Good luck!
While searching through Markiplier's old videos, I watched his Let's Play of this game and decided to try it for myself. This game is made with the Unity engine, and everything is randomly generated, from who the murderer is and how the characters respond to your questions to where Mr. White's body is at the start of the game. In a nutshell, this game is a first-person representation of Clue. You're invited to a masquerade party, but when you arrive, the host, Mr. White, is murdered, and you must solve the case. You have a notebook, in which you check off characters who you think are "innocent" until only one name remains, exposing that person as the murderer. You try to figure out who the murderer is by questioning the characters. There are four different questions you can ask, but watch out, because if you're alone in a room with the murderer, they'll kill you if you turn around! This is a very difficult game which requires good memory skills, but it is absolutely worth a try! You can find the game here.