World of One screenshot of a shadowy Ferris wheel

World of One is an indie puzzle-platformer with planet-based physics and an extremely dark and depressive atmosphere... and also giant shadow monsters, because why not! Given that every single level is its own planet the puzzles aren't going to be as straightforward as you might expect, so be prepared for a bit of wondering around before you manage to piece together the whole picture.

Since all of this is a bit confusing to explain through words alone, allow me to share with you the recently posted release trailer. It does a pretty good job of showcasing what World of One looks and plays like, so chances are you'll know if this is something that interests you just by watching it. Have a look: 

I haven't played it myself, and with no reviews to go off I'm afraid I can't tell whether World of One is any good or not. On the positive side, it is a budget title given that its currently being sold for €6,30, so if you're into this sort of gameplay and art style it might worth the risk. To learn more you should head over to either Steam or the official website. And since I can offer you little else, allow me to send you off with some shadowy images:

World of One screenshot of a lighthouse

World of One screenshot of a giant shadowy spider

World of One screenshot of the shadow realm