Today's episode will be a little deeper than others (probably); and that's not an exaggeration, as today we are reviewing the indie title, Labyrinthine Dreams, by developer, Solest Games.

Here's a brief description from Steam:

Labyrinthine Dreams is a short puzzle game about Beth, a young woman who is standing at Death’s Door. After a traumatic childhood and a tough entry into the world of adulthood, she was just starting to take control of her life. However, she is now up against an insidious enemy who threatens to take everything away from her. During what may be her final hours, Beth wanders through important moments in her life while also staying a few steps ahead of the monster who won’t rest until she is no more.

As you could probably tell by the description, this is a heavier subject, puzzle-type game, that surely captures the feeling of "being trapped"; and although it's frustrating at times, you find it hard to complain as there are people in real life that fight these battles. It's similar to saying you have sore legs to an amputee... you really don't have a reason to complain.

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