I loved the game and A Jolly Wangcore's play through of it <3
A downloadable game for Windows
THE CORRIDOR is a 20-30 minute experience about the relationship between player and game.
• First-person-walking-down-a-corridor-game. ("Wait, isn't that most games?" I hear you ask sarcastically. Not like this. Not like this.)
• A corridor.
• The things found within said corridor.
• You walk down a corridor. That's it. That's literally it. Don't expect anything more than that, because there isn't!
|Release date||Dec 04, 2020|
|Made with||Paint.net, Audacity, Maya, Unreal Engine|
|Tags||3D, Comedy, Experimental, First-Person, Funny, meta, Short, Singleplayer, Surreal, Walking simulator|
|Average session||A few seconds|
|Inputs||Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox controller|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, Subtitles|
|Links||Steam, Interactive Trailer|
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.35 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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damn man, this was a fantastic game. Who would’ve thought a game about pressing a button would be so great. Hope to see more stuff from you!
A classic example of a "single puzzle game" that game devs are recommended to try when working with a new medium, expanded and turned into a genuine and highly relatable experience dealing with the feelings of a creator producing media to be experienced not only by strangers, but when the creator isn't present to provide any kind of explanation or excuse for anything that is unsatisfactory.
In other words, highly relatable to most creative types. I really liked this, both from a game standpoint and a commentary standpoint. Well done!
I streamed this on my channel and I LOVED it. It was so much fun and I was really impressed!! Here's the video. My playthrough starts at 2:17:05 and ends at 4:17:45, but I took a really long break from 2:33:45 to 3:32:00 because someone donated to me and I freaked out and got distracted.
I'm so glad you enjoyed it, thank you for sharing it with others! I'll have to check out the video in a bit. <3
This game was so much fun to play! I started developing feelings of tension between me and the button... ;)
100000/10 would fall in love again <3
Very nice game, had a lot of fun playing it.
I had to play it twice though because I thought the thing at the end wouldn't really do the thing and didn't wait long enough :)
A fantastic game!
Gotta say, this corridor is one of the most entertaining corridors I've ever had the pleasure to walk down. 10/10 would walk down again. And again.
really cool little game! got a few genuine laughs out of me which is honestly high praise for a video game since comedic timing is so hard in an interactive medium. not to be a complainer, but there were some performance issues (especially during the FPS segment) - in the "make the game choppy" segment i actually didn't notice at first because that was the framerate the game was naturally running at :p. in the future, add an option to turn off motion blur, that helps a ton. fun game, well worth the asking price lol
Stanley Parable style 4th wall breaking game about you pushing a button. The game is funny, has some intriguing ideas and a good bit to say about the world we live in and our bouts of entitlement and predefined opinions. I really liked that its not just a "fun" game, but everyone playing it will likely find the thoughts engagingly enough presented to actually think about the underlying topics, which is rather powerful for a game to accomplish. Definitely curious what the dev will come up with in the future. 4/5More Itch Bundle impressions: https://tomalexi.itch.io/
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Um, that's about all I've got.
Have a good day!
Aw this was a delight to play. It genuinely made me laugh out loud a couple of times and the ending was just (chef's kiss) so good. So much game wrapped in a succinct little package. Well done!
Haha, loved this game. Very funny and intriguing. Wish I can play it for the first time again, bravo!
great game! got it through the palestinian relief bundle. loved the developer code mode and the screenshot. *****
reminded me of the android game "there is no game."
only thing would be to make it slightly faster walk speed.