A young boy named Jason, goes through series of experimental tests in a virtual world. Seven Minutes is a game that asks, "What would you do with your last 7 minutes?" It's inspired by Psychosomnium, by cactus.
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At first I questioned… do I give this game a 5? The answer is not obvious to me. It was a completely fulfilling experience. It was fun, it challenged me, and it rewarded my actions. It wasn’t mind blowing, but it engaged me and made me think. I’ve even played games I’ve enjoyed more but rated a 4. So why the 5? Because I can’t think of anything that’s wrong with it and I doubt I could improve its balanced experience.
The game is a very simple platformer. You may move to and fro and also jump; that’s it. The challenging aspect is that things are not what they seem. You also only have 7 minutes to complete your venture which creates a tense atmosphere.
There is a simple story/goal. I won’t ruin anything because it’s the most rewarding part of the game. Being such a quick play, you can’t go wrong. Enjoy! Don’t forget the replay value (hint).
It’s very tense and moody. The gameplay is perfect for what kind of game it is.
I can’t say much more without ruining the experience for you.
Sit down, turn off the lights.. and spend an amazing 7 minutes of your life.