This lunchtime, as I miscalculated the start of a PC Gamer meeting, I found myself with some extra minutes to spare. I used this time to download 98DEMAKE's September 1999 from Itch.io (opens in new tab) after seeing the developer tweet about it (opens in new tab), promising that it takes a lean 5 minutes 30 seconds to complete.
It's a pretty simple little game, putting you in a corridor with a camcorder while the scariness escalates. It's a nice atmospheric piece, and the game closes when it's done. "It's pretty much an experiment on the whole 'watching a tape' style of gameplay," says the developer. While September1999 is free to download, you can also pay for it on Itch.io.
And if you enjoy that, 98DEMAKE has a Patreon (opens in new tab) to support ongoing projects. The developer also made the early 3D-inspired game OK/NORMAL (opens in new tab), which you can check out on Steam. For more awesome free games like this, check out our list of the best free computer games on PC (opens in new tab).