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.

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