Pulse is an interesting game with an even better game mechanic similar to Devil's Tuning Fork, for those who are familiar with that game. I had remembered hearing about a game called Pulse a while back, so I decided to Google it, and got more than I bargained for. In Pulse, you play a blind person who uses sound to mentally visualize their environment. For example, when a creature squeaks, it appears for a second, and then disappears. This makes the game extra creepy, as you play in a nature-like world with constant squeaks, drips and chirps which become visual waves of blues and greens on your screen. There a two types of monsters, one being the Mokos, who will stop at nothing to help you. You can can pick them up and throw them, or use them as sound "flashlights." The second type of creature is a large black dog-like creature who will try to eat you. When under attack, you can distract it by throwing a Moko which it will then chase and eat. The game seems to have a wondrous feel to it at the beginning, but then takes a turn towards being dark and morbid. This game is fun and terrifying, and the huge (~1.5GB) download is available here.