Indygo is a narrative game with elements of point'n'click set in one room only - painting workshop. It tells the story of a painter who suffers from depression. Solve puzzles and make decisions that affect how the game ends. Indygo attempts to show how people with depression can feel.
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Positive (36) - 88% of the 36 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Oct 24, 2017

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September 18

Indygo is temporary unavailable

Dear players,

We'd like to inform you that Indygo is temporary unavailable to buy but will return to Steam soon. More information coming in the next few days!
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June 21

Regarding Red Shell issue

Thank you for letting us know about this issue.

As a developers we were unaware how it can affect our players. With today’s patch we have removed Red Shell SDK completely.

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Reviews

“The story will consume us. We will feel a little like we accidentally and very unwillingly began reading someone's diary, the content of which, though forbidden, must see the light of day. A journal which is shouting: 'Take, read, share ... save me!'”
77% – Lubię Grać

“I recommend it to all who are thirsty for experimental games with a huge emotional content.”
75% – Nienagrani

“Frightfully accurate portrayal of what happens in the mind of someone suffering from depression”
8.1/10 – Digital Chumps

About This Game



Indygo is a narrative game with point ‘n’ click elements set in one room only – a painting workshop.



Indygo tells the story of a painter who suffers from depression. One of the symptoms is proceeding isolation. The main character hasn’t left his room for more than 3 months. The person who helps him live through this hard time is his girlfriend Anna. It became obvious for both of them, that this situation can’t last forever. The time has come to look for a solution. It’s up to the player to decide how the story will progress.



The main topic of the game is depression and isolation. Indygo attempts to illustrate what people affected by mood disorders may experience. The game counteracts the stigmatization of those people. During the game, you will see the world through the eyes of the main character. Many puzzles await to be solved and many letters await to be read. The painter’s journal gives us detailed information about his mental state and thoughts. Inquisitives will be able to find additional hints binding the story together.



Handmade graphic and music are important elements that add depth to story. The room changes accordingly to the mental state of a character. The game has multiple endings. How the story ends depends on the seemingly trivial decisions made by the player during the game.



  • Deep, melancholy atmosphere thanks to high quality handmade art and originally composed soundtrack.
  • Intriguing story evolving at every subtle, seemingly trivial decision.
  • Engaging narrative with multiple endings depending on the decisions made by the player.
  • Unique, ever-changing room which reacts to the mental state of the main character.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP+
    • Processor: Dual-Core 2GHz
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512MB with Shader Model 3
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 3 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Onboard with DirectX

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