When I booted up the indie puzzler See You On the Other Side, I was under the impression it was a horror game. Apparently, it isn’t, but I immediately fell in love with the puzzle mechanic — you can pass through darkness, but not through light — so I decided to upload my playthrough anyway. It’s an incredibly clever little game that takes inspiration from games like Closure and Antichamber.
I’m especially fond of its art style, which reminds me a bit of Neverending Nightmares, only with less gore. Read on for more!
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