Video games are fun, fast paced affairs in colorful worlds radically different from our own with fantastic challenges and amazing scenery. At least, MOST video games are like that. And then there’s Every Day the Same Dream, by Molleindustria (the same guys that did the McDonald’s video game, which is probably deserving of its own post). EDtSD is very different from your typical video game fare; in it you play as a worker in a factory looking for some meaning in life. The game is slow, the colors are drab, the action is uninspiring, and the goal unclear. But the game really shines as an analogy for what life can be like, and is definitely worth playing through until the end. Go give it a shot!
Oh, and this game is totally ert.