Sluggish Morss: Ad Infinitum is a mad and beautiful collage

Jack King-Spooner described Sluggish Morss: Ad Infinitum via email as "a kind of album with a game attached", and that's a fair assessment. It's an album of catchy dubby music, beautiful and horrible and just plain weird scenes, and hard-to-follow dialogue chock-full of meaning - a bit like the previous Sluggish Morsses , then. Conceived as a backer freebie for King-Spooner's successfully Kickstarted Beeswing , Ad Infinitum can be 'ad by the rest of us for the measly sum of £3/$4.95 . Expect a sci-fi collage filled with creepy revolving doll heads, chilled out clay creatures and dozens of collectible coins.

Your £3 will net you the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of the game, plus the soundtrack, which might be the best bit. I'll leave you with my favourite image from my time with Ad Infinitum, which I don't think needs any explanation. (And in any case, I can't provide one.)

Tom Sykes

Tom loves exploring in games, whether it’s going the wrong way in a platformer or burgling an apartment in Deus Ex. His favourite game worlds—Stalker, Dark Souls, Thief—have an atmosphere you could wallop with a blackjack. He enjoys horror, adventure, puzzle games and RPGs, and played the Japanese version of Final Fantasy VIII with a translated script he printed off from the internet. Tom has been writing about free games for PC Gamer since 2012. If he were packing for a desert island, he’d take his giant Columbo boxset and a laptop stuffed with PuzzleScript games.