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Genre: Adventure, Indie

Taking around an hour on the first play-through, "When The Darkness Comes" feels like you’re wandering around a glitchy hard drive full of abstract dreams and beautiful nightmares. The narrator initially makes it feel like a comedic game, but it soon starts to take a darker tone as you travel down the bizarre broken rabbit hole that explores the darkest themes of the human mind.

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Taking around an hour on the first play-through, "When The Darkness Comes" feels like you’re wandering around a glitchy hard drive full of abstract dreams and beautiful nightmares. The narrator initially makes it feel like a comedic game, but it soon starts to take a darker tone as you travel down the bizarre broken rabbit hole that explores the darkest themes of the human mind. From a Factory to underwater, from a crystal forest to an Angel sanctuary, or from a dark metro to a white desert, When the Darkness comes offers a multitude of digital landscapes that will activate your senses and imagination.