Exploring similar territory to Jason Rohrer's acclaimed Passage, this indie game takes you on a journey from the beginning all the way to the end of your life.
And Everything Started To Fall differs from Passage, however, in that it is actually challenging. It's a platformer where the screen automatically scrolls vertically and forces you to keep pace or else your life will end prematurely.
You'll start as a newborn and progress through different stages of your life as you move up the screen. It mixes things up, too, offering choices at critical junctures and speeding up and slowing down the forced scrolling to reflect your outlook on life at varying ages.
Can you manage to live a full and satisfying life this lunchtime?
And Everything Started To Fall [Game Jolt]