“Wandering Home” by Sarah Gould.
This extremely short but atmospheric Bitsy game skillfully questions what exactly makes us ourselves. It is not looking for the perfect solution itself, but for any. In the background the space whale rushes past as if it were a metaphor for life with all its wonders and curiosities.
“Kerry and Alice Run into Some Trouble” by Andrew Yolland.
As the astronaut Kerry, you are traveling the galaxy with your space whale called Alice. But your journey is suddenly interrupted when Alice complains of severe stomach pain. Intergalactic parasites have nestled inside her, so you must remove them. However, they have an interesting story to tell, too.
Life can be very exhausting and overwhelming, so sometimes you just need a retreat of a very special, personal nature. In this game, the space whale itself is a fantasy of this place. The majestic creature gives you advice on how to better take care of yourself when you are about to be stressed. A fantastic life guide in ludic form.