LIMBO is an incredibly atmospheric platformer game. I recently purchased it on Steam in response to a friend's recommendation. It is really short, ending in only a few hours, but where it lacks in length, it makes up for in fun gameplay.
There is little to do with story in this game. the details of the game read: "
Other than that, there is no narrative. Not a single spoken or written word in the game. Instead, it relies on the atmosphere to tell the story. There is little music, save for a few unsettling queues during some changes in pace within the game. As the boy, you make your way across a forest that you originally wake up in, into new settings such as a cave, city, machine etc. All of this happens seamlessly as you move from left to right, completing various physics puzzles along the way. Although admittedly short, the developers of the game reasoned that rather than create repetitive puzzles or variations/clones, it would be better to offer the unique puzzles they did create, short but sweet.
Pretty, artistic and affective to the senses, one's short stay is worth the price of admission into LIMBO. There really isn't a dull moment, only fun condensed into this short game.