Monochroma is an indie puzzle game by Nowhere Studios that is quite thrilling and exciting but with a horrifying undertone. It is a story about two brothers who while going home become witnesses of a large company’s crime that forces them to escape into the city. Sadly, the younger brother gets hurt while escaping and it is up to the older brother to carry him around to safety whilst trying to escape from villains. The game’s visuals are on point and so are the sounds. When you complete this game you are bound to look for games quite similar to it.
Here are 5 games that you can play after Monochroma.
If you haven’t played this game yet, then it should be on your top list right after you are done with Monochroma. The game is about a brother who embarks on a journey full of puzzles in order to save his sister. The black and white game is quite interesting and its puzzles are horrific. The best part of the game is that it has very short load times (especially if you hate staring at the screen waiting for the game to load); however this is compensated by many checkpoints throughout the game. You are less likely to die whilst playing limbo, but once you do it will be entirely horrific.
- The Cave
This a game about a Knight, a scientist and a traveller who traverses a talking cave where they encounter a number of puzzles. The game has an intuitive design and a good storyline that will keep you engrossed from the very start of the game. Its sounds don’t come close to Monochroma’s but they do give you a feel of the different scenes in the game while you are playing.
From the same developer of Limbo, this game will also suit your tastes for horrifying but simple games. The story in the game is quite deep and it involves a boy who goes through different puzzles in a world that is murky and full of dark and strange things. The game’s sounds are breath taking and the scenes speak a lot. This is one of those memorable games that will make you remember them for some time to come.
- Toby the Secret Mine
This game resembles limbo and is about a boy named Toby who lives in a town whose residents are being kidnapped by cats. Its horrifyingly dark just like Monochroma and has thrilling puzzles as well. The sound and visual graphics are also on point, making it an interesting game to play.
- Never Alone
Developed by Upper One games, the game has a similar concept design to Monochroma’s but it is about a girl and her fox. The two get to perform various puzzles based on folklore tradition. The game’s visuals don’t disappoint and the sound is on flick.
If you have been able to successfully complete Monochroma, then these 5 can be a great alternative to the game.