THERE IS NO GAME
This is not a review for a game. ...Oh, uh are you still reading this? I'm telling you THERE IS NO GAME. And Kamizoto didn't make this point-and-click puzzle game. I mean, he would have if it were a game. And he would have probably made it for the Deceptionjam too. But it's not. A game that is. If it was, it would be a great twist on gaming by breaking the forth wall like in the highly rated game Humbug. It would also have you chuckling at the humor and scratching your head as to how to actually find the game, as well as appreciating the innovation for this fresh, unique play. But according to the narrator, THERE IS NO GAME, isn't a game. So go away. Oh and it isn't anything to enjoy so don't even try. But I can see a rebel like you is going to want to prove the all-empowering voice wrong and fight against the machine, like you did in The Stanley Parable, then I guess you could read my next paragraph. You know, if there actually was a next paragraph.
Congrats on proving yourself full of curiosity, and that you don't always do what people tell you to do. You'll need that for this game, er, this not-game. THERE IS NO GAME is all about exploring, finding out what works and just doing things because you can. You use the mouse for this game, but you'll need to find out what you can click on or drag around the screen. While a trackpad works for most of the game, there is one part where a mouse is going to be best. The other thing you really need for THERE IS NO GAMES is audio. It is SO much better with it. The voice acting of the narrator is fantastic and really makes Kamizoto's game the amazing piece that it is. It wont take you too long to play through, as most entries for jams are short, but it's enough to entertain you for ten minutes or so, and it is very worth it. It's sure to put a smile on your face. Cleverly done, it helps you to be cunning, and if you get too stuck, The Narrator drops hints... though most hints are less hints and more solutions, but it takes a bit for him to get to that point. So enjoy yourself or not. You don't need me to tell you what to do. Just know if you click that big orange button down there you'll *not* be taken to the *the game*.