Project J looks like a trippy little game I could waste some time with

‘Darkness cannot drive out darkness’

Sometimes I just want to zone out with some synth music, bright colors, and pure gameplay. Super Hexagon works well for that, but it is always nice to try something new. Project J has an interesting hook to it, where the light is navigating through a maze drawn with perspective, but leaving out any lines to get a good feel for it without moving the light source.

Project J is free to play with in-app purchases to remove ads, which is a bit of a turnoff, but from what little I have played already the ads are not too intrusive. It is available on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.

Darren Nakamura
Darren is a scientist during the day. He has been a Destructoid community member since 2006, joining the front page as a contributor in 2011. While he enjoys shooters, RPGs, platformers, strategy, and rhythm games, he takes particular interest in independent games. He produced the Zero Cool Podcast for about four years, and he plays board games quite a bit when he can find willing companions.