A game ahead of its time, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP is a point-and-click (and drag, and listen, and what-have-you) adventure game. It was designed as an experiment to see how social media and gaming interact with one another. The quirky 2nd person narration and access to twitter make the game feel as if you're traveling with the main character to complete her woeful errand. It's very slow to start, but the game becomes very suspenseful towards the end and you'll be glad you've stuck with it if you make it that far.
Perhaps this revitalization of the Adventure Game genre is ahead of its time and not easily understood by the more impatient or less educated, but I found it to be a magical story about martyrdom. I went in curious as to what this game was (I received it with Humble Indie Bundle 5), and came out with a heavy heart. The emotion at the end really struck me. Jim Guthrie did an amazing job on the Soundtrack and Capybara Games did amazing with the animation and beautiful minimalist visuals.
This has been a rant from Stray Sheep. Ciao, and enjoy the game.