Sterile laboratory setting. Series of dangerous test chambers. Generic Omnipresent Voice (or, as he calls himself, G.O.V.) running the show. Yeah, that part of Revive, a retro-styled puzzle platformer by JonBro, may sound a little familiar. What isn't, though, is the particular syrup this poor subject is testing is the very secret to resurrection itself. Of course, to make sure the thing works, you're going to need to die and come back, like, a ton of times. Move left and right with the [arrow] keys, and [A] to jump. The goal of each level is to unlock and make your way to the exit door. However, there are a lot of obstacles standing in your way. Don't worry, though! Getting impaled or crushed only turns you into a ghost, allowing you to fly all over the level. Of course, ghosts can't go through exits, so you'll need to pick up either a jug of Life Syrup, or flying into one of the red streams of the same. There are wooden blocks to push (or float through), switches to flip and grapefruit to collect. Since death isn't as much as a handicap as it usually is, you're probably going to get stuck more than a few times, so have your finger poised on the [R] key to restart. There are twenty levels to complete... and another twenty if you figure out a way to turn the tables on your captors. With clever level design and firmly tongue-in-cheek overseer dialogue that captures just the right mix of humor and menace, Revive is perfect for players looking for that sweet spot of simple concept and challenging gameplay.