In BrandLibel's fast-paced game of questions, answers, and predetermined guilt Indefinite, also free for Android, it's only a matter of time before you fail. Something terrible has happened in the world, and people in authority are pretty convinced you had something to do with it. They're bombarding you with questions that seem simple, such as your age, name, where you were born, but you only have a limited amount of time to answer, and while they may ask you the same question more than once, you better be able to remember what you told them the first time, since even a single contradiction is the end. Just click to select your choice before the bar at the bottom of the screen depletes. The report you see at the end of the game changes based on the answers you give, and you may even find yourself learning a little bit more about the world you're in and what, exactly, you're being accused of. It's a tense, unsettling experience that does a lot with its minimalistic presentation by dredging up the fears everyone has had at least once, of being in an unwinnable situation, of being helpless, of being unable to make someone believe you even when you're telling the truth and the consequences are dire. The simple, repetitive gameplay and concept feel more experimental than anything else, like it could be part of a larger project, but it's a very clever idea for a dystopian title, one that becomes more sinister the longer you play, and we'd love to see it developed further later on.