Tom Davies wants to prove that you can make anything terrifying just by changing your perspective with the incredibly moody FPS-Man, a simple yet clever twist on one very old classic. Use the [WASD] keys to navigate through the halls, munching down dots using the minimap to navigate, but beware... you're not alone. It really is amazing how just putting the game into a first-person perspective and some masterfully chosen audio has turned the cheery arcade experience we all know and love into something dripping with such sinister atmosphere... especially since it's still the same game. The best horror is the kind that makes you look at things you thought you knew in entirely different ways, and at that FPS-Man definitely succeeds even if it lacks any real bells and whistles or innovation beyond its initial gimmick to really keep you playing. A sly, smart concept executed very well, FPS-Man is a wonderful bit of creative thinking that proves how you look at things makes all the difference in the world.