Dark things lurk in the heads of developers Playdead. Dark, beautiful things.

The sick puppies behind the stunning Limbo, Inside borrows its older brother's drained colour palette and tells the player just as much about the story. Forget 10-minute expositions (cough...Deus Ex...cough), Inside gradually reveals its twisted ideas with the smallest of controls available: move, jump, drag. What else does a child need when he's fleeing for his life from... well we don't want to give away too much now do we? Not when Playdead have gone out of their way to build such a superb well of mystery to throw their disturbing title into.

All you need to know about Inside is that it's a simplistic (a little on the brief side, perhaps), bleak but stunningly atmospheric little chap.

And you need it in your life.