If you know Jonas Kyratzes, then you know his talent for crafting meaningful narratives in strange, surreal, and otherworldly settings. The short point-and-click adventure The Fabulous Screech, which takes you back to Oddness Standing from The Book of Living Magic, features more of his trademark magic, whimsy, and unexpected heart. You return to the tiny village of Oddness Standing, where the Fabulous Screech has arrived with his travelling show, and the secrets and wonders you'll encounter within might not be of the sort you were expecting. (Rated "Y" for some mildly suggestive text, incidentally.)
Just click to interact, exhausting conversation topics with people to find out more, and use the green arrows in the bottom-right box to move around or advance text. It's a short game, and will probably take most people less than ten minutes to breeze through, but that's not the point of it. It's almost more interactive-art than anything else, and the point isn't to rush through it to the end but to take your time and explore, clicking everywhere and absorbing the little jokes, references, and oddities. I will say, however, that The Fabulous Screech is probably the first game I have ever played that made me honestly put my face in my hands and cry very hard for some very personal reasons. My reaction may not be shared with yours, but this heartfelt little game is a wonderful piece of perspective and surrealism that definitely should not be missed. Give it a play, and then give someone a hug.