It’s easy to get caught up in the big hitters at the moment such as Far Cry 3 or Black Ops 2 but sometimes it’s nice to just take a step back and try a game you wouldn’t normally try. A small, relaxing and serene game such as Knytt could be just what you need to reduce your heart rate. Knytt has the amazing ability to kind of phase you out of reality and suck you into its quirky world and mad-hatter story.
Knytt is a low-budget independent game from indie-developer Nifflas. I’m not going to google his portfolio and pretend to know who he is. Knytt is the first game I’ve played by him and chances are it’ll probably be the last game I play by him.
The story of Knytt is simple yet at the same time very cryptic. It’s 200 years in the future. Humans have killed themselves off and the earth’ surface has become inhabitable. Only the mythical creatures such as fairies, pixies and sprites remain and have taken up residence in an underground netw...