His entry to this — made in a matter of five days — is End of the Station 2012, a short Metroidvania-style platformer that’s being expanded to a larger game, with an IndieGoGo project page currently ongoing with an aim for $5,000. With quite simple controls and Xbox 360 gamepad support and playing as ‘a space dude in a haunted base’, the game has a very unapparent storyline thus far but has a strangely attractive quality to it with quite a defined and somewhat unique style to it; albeit a short game as it currently stands, it’s certainly worth playing and it’s definitely clear that the game has some promise to it.
Its creator is supplying the game with an original soundtrack and frankly, it actually sounds pretty damn good. It’ll aid the game in being an atmospheric experience and, heck, with a little polish this game could very well end up being the next Iji.
Consider pledging to the game’s project page, download the 12MB PC current build or play it online here and check out the video below.