Our Best Games of the Week feature a new interactive mystery, a beautiful and emotional journey, and a game about cats and coding.
You Decide the Truth
In the game, you’ll sit in front of an anonymous laptop with a stolen NSA database of video footage. The secretly recorded footage is of four people linked by a shocking incident. You’ll explore the database of video, taken over two years, by typing in search terms. You can watch the clips where those words are spoken.
Puzzles, Cats and Programming
while True: learn() is all about different puzzlers. You’ll play as a coder who finds that their cat is good at coding, but not at speaking humans. So it’s up to you to dive into the world of machine learning and use visual programming to create a cat-to-human speech system. No coding experience is necessary to play.
Combing a First-Person Shooter With Tower Defense
Type II is a unique sci-fi shooter that combines gameplay from two different genres. You’ll take control of an automated defense system protecting planets 40 light years away from Earth. Players will lay out their strategy at the beginning of each emend wave and then man the guns.