January is a tiny game, simple to control - walk right or left, press up to stick out one's tongue - but also fun to play for a gameplay experience that's so basic. Don't expect much in the way of goals, other than to reach the warmth of a house and make a procedurally generated tune with your tongue. But give it a shot when you have a few minutes today.
A Musical Video Game About Catching Snowflakes With Your Tongue
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