As an archaeologist looking for artifacts, you venture deep into a dark, unexplored hidden cave. You can barely see ten steps in front of you except for the amber glow of the torch you carry wrapped in a leather casing. You stumble across an odd shaped marking on the surface of a nearby rock. It looks like a symbol, an ancient carving. You reach out to touch it and just as you press it the ground begins to shake all around you. Before you can come to grips with what is happening, the ground beneath your feet separates and you tumble forward into a vast complex of gorgeous rooms with shiny marble floors and walls decorated with enormous carvings like you saw on the rock just outside. The symbols resemble the sun, moon, and stars.
You have entered the realm of Entombed, an amazing and surreal, first-person, point-and-click adventure game filled with puzzles, mazes, traps, acid moats, tunnels and a glimmering crystal cathedral. There is even a room carved from ice. These puzzles will tease your brain and give your grey matter a work out for sure. A walkthrough may be necessary for this one, so please help out in the comments if you can. Click.
Update: Yes, the original post was an April Fools joke, but as several of you noted in the comments, the joke was in fact based on a real game ("Bend to Me" was nothing more than an anagram for "Entombed"). I've updated the links above to point to a site where you can download the game (sorry, it's a DOS game so it is PC-only).
After installing the game (accept all defaults), you will need to right-click the executable and select "Compatibility". Then check the box that says "Run in 256 color mode".
The downside is the game is HUGE with all of its stunning ray-traced graphics, 3D models and textures, so expect a bit of a load time as this amazing environment is created and assembled for you. It's surely one of the most ambitious games created in Flash that I have ever seen. But don't take my word for it, experience it for yourself. Enter the world of Bend to Me, and kiss the next few hours of your life goodbye.