Thomas Was Alone is an Indie puzzle side-scroller on Steam, PS3, PS4, Xbox 1, IOS, Wii, and PS Vita, so you’re console options are limitless.  This game focuses on…wait for it….a red rectangle named Thomas, who, wait for it…..is alone.  But actually, he starts the game by himself, and eventually meets different shapes to aid him on his way.  Each shape has his or her own strengths and weaknesses, and you must use all of them together to solve the different puzzles and get everyone to their specific shape’s portal.  There is a brilliant British narrator in this game who explains everything Thomas is doing and thinking during his journey, and along with a wonderfully minimal art style it really is quite the experience for any gamer.

Strange concept, and honestly it’s really hard to describe this game through text.  So check out my gameplay video below to see everything Thomas Was Alone has to offer!


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