This is the Linux demo for Infinite Corridor. Infinite Corridor is a first-person puzzle game that explores the relationship between mental illness and religious identity through a coming-of-age story. The aesthetics are heavily influenced by 20th-century modern art. Please stay connected to the Internet while playing this demo. Thank you for your interest in this game, I would love to hear what you think of it.
Hi, this is the demo for Infinite Corridor. This build is exclusively for desktop Linux. Infinite Corridor is a first-person puzzle game that explores the relationship between mental illness and religious identity. The story follows a man November as he navigates numerous issues of identity. The game's aesthetics are heavily influenced by the works of 20th-century modern artists like Piet Mondrian and Salvador Dali.
Please stay connected to the internet while playing this demo, as there is analytics data being sent to see what parts of the game players like you have difficulty with. This data is completely anonymous and does not identify you in any way.
There are a few known issues with this build of the game, including:
Thank you so much for your interest in my game, and please let know what you think about it. When you finish the game, it should automatically open a survey to get your feedback. If this survey does not open, you can find it here.