This one probably shouldn’t count because I was in the process of playing it before New Year’s but oh well. The story and background behind the game may actually be more interesting than the game itself. The game is a third person platformer. You play as a kid, Quico, and you have to navigate through a world and solve puzzles while managing an enormous monster. The game is a metaphor for how a kid copes with his alcoholic, abusive father. The game world and music are beautiful, but the platforming a little sloppy, and the framerate outright sucks sometimes when the monster is raging. It’s a little on the short side, but considering the framerate problems and loose platforming, that’s probably a good thing.
Three stars out of five.