Awesome atmosphere, awesome soundtrack and the graphics fit perfectly. Although I am not so much into adventure-like games, I liked Process a lot! The game itself is quite mysterious, which is very cool. It reminds me partly of Metro 2033 :D
Everyone should try this out, because it is free. You will not regret it!
I would call this game rather a interactive piece of art than a game. You control some things, but on the other hand there are the strange effects you are experiencing during the coma. Despite its very short lenght, you should give "Wake Up Call" a chance as long as you have around 20 minutes to spare ;)
Welp, that was a pretty good game. It had a good ending, y'know, dieing.
My only complaint is that this version isn't the updated one. Even if the newer version is glitchier, I would of liked to just be able to play from here. Eight of ten points.
Good concept carried through very poorly. Though polished it kind of feels like it was polished in diareah. the game has one button, the button will only ever initiate text or a compleatly unessisary door opening animation of which you will experience about 110, which is to say the game is short thank god as there is NO run button. Ill try to not spoiler it here for anyone who still wants to play, but i will say the story writing is so bad that at the end of the game turns out i imagined a important character... And killed that character. no explanation just poor story telling.
Really im not even joking you could make a machine that holds left and right alternatly for 13 seconds a piece and randomly clicks Space y and n and you would make it to the end of the game in a day, to find out there is no story.