This would be a rather ordinary game if it wasn't such a psychological mindf—k with its haunting music and philosophical questions. Put the headphones on and turn up the volume - it'll make all the difference.
The Company of Myself is a beautifully illustrated puzzle that tells the story of a sad little chap and some woman named Kathryn, who is obviously special to him, but I still haven't worked out why.
But you will quickly discover that there's a point to why the game won't let you die. There are no points to score, no items to collect, and difficult to give up - the reward is in what you take away at the end of the story. *sniffle*
If you want the full experience (trust me, you do), don't skip past the scrolling message at the beginning.
The Company of Myself [Kongregate]