This is now officially an award winning game, taking the Micro-Game Award from the Freeplay 2020 awards!

"You were sleeping on a train after a night of trying your best not to look weird, and then you wake up to find yourself in a strange room. Unsure of what to do, you start to look around..."

This is the sequel to Don't Look Weird, Something Looks Weird! It's a game I worked on, on and off for about a year. It's definitely a lot more surreal then DLW, so expect to see some weird stuff. 

Also, you can press - and = to lower and raise mouse sensitivity and backspace to reset it. Sorry that isn't clearer in game!

The OST from magicdweedoo can be found here:

It takes about 15 - 20 minutes to complete, and has some light puzzles in it. I made it with HTML in mind, but there's also a exe you can download if you prefer that.

Additionally, there is now a walk through txt in the downloads if you get stuck! It's all the answers too, so, make sure you really don't know what to do if you read it.

PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
AuthorGebbOS Games
Made withUnity
TagsExploration, First-Person, Short, Singleplayer, Surreal, Walking simulator, weird
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
InputsKeyboard, Mouse


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Super fun! Love the idea and execution!


Thank you so much, I really appreciate it! :D


Fun and interesting! :D


Thanks! :D


I thoroughly enjoyed this surreal experience! the soh is also great. Thank you! 

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Thanks for checking out my game, I really appreciate it! Also, great video! Sorry everything is so blue, if I make any make more games, I'll tone down the brightness in future games. (Also, sorry about the arrows being unclear, my bad!)


:D That's ok! I just have a weird reaction to that particular blue - I have the same with xmas lights in that colour, just a weird brain thing. It was really enjoyable though.

Looking forward to future releases!