One of the most relaxing games I've ever played, simply beautiful. It feels so great diving in and out of the water particularly on the back of a dolphin! There is even a meditation mode...just so stunning.
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Really simple hidden object game composed of actual watercolours in meditative tones and shades. Not super long but great to get back in the zone.
Relaxing puzzle game that is never too tough. Helps you to think about a situation in a different light, and sends the message: your perspective is only one of many. Sometimes you benefit from taking a step back and re-evaluating everything you thought you knew.
An intricate hidden object game which provides a quick and easy escape.
You play as a "hero" that's tasked with relinking the flame, a cycle that prevents the world to delve into darkness. It provides a unique challenge full of extremely tough tasks, beautiful created world
I've always found games that translocate you and present you with a selection of behavioral responses tend to calm me through the introspection involved in selecting a choice - which is always inline with who I am and helps me remember myself.
Night in the Woods presents some situations where ppl that have suffered from several mental illnesses (like me) will relate a lot, characters that have real problems, problems most of us can relate and comprehend. This game not only brings a good experience with amazing visuals and a beautiful...
have found it very relaxing to try and solve the puzzles and rewarding when I do/trying to optimise them. the story as emails from your co-workers is very charming too.
Nier touches on many themes - love, comradery, resilience - but most importantly, what it means to be human. The existentialism in the game is portrayed with delicacy and rare insight. It also has an absolutely exceptional soundtrack that gives me shivers and gets me through times of stress.
The minimal design is really great if you are easily overstimulated. You can focus on simple tasks that ramp up in complexity, it's almost zen in a way.