The Plan, a "game" of sorts developed by Krillbite Studio, the same people who are developing the first person survival horroresque game where you play as a two year old, probably does not require it's own full article, but you know what, it's going to happen because I enjoyed it that much. I've played through three times and I think I enjoyed it more the second and third times around.
Krillbite describes the game as an "atmospheric videogame, exploring the issues of death and meaning." I feel that The Plan, while it does allow the player to explore those issues, I feel that they happen after the game has finished. And by finished, I mean that it will take you between 5 - 10 minutes to complete. And believe it or not, the game comes with it's own achievement that is really more of an Easter egg than anything else.
So what exactly then is The Plan? You begin the game as a fly with the camera very close up on you, almost uncomfortably close, especially if you are not personally fond of flies. You then progress through the game/stage and slowly the camera pulls back and back, all the while the music in the background (from 19th century Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg) becomes more-and-more pronounced and powerful, but not obnoxiously so.
The game is very simplistic and very calming for the most part, considering that you are controlling something that most people tend to kill on site and cats for some reason like to eat. I would say that it would be better to go into this game without any expectations although I did tell The Kid that she would "either like it or think it's absolute shit." And really, that is all I feel you need to tell people, that the game is a small file (~120MB) that takes less than 10 minutes to play and if you don't like it, then you only lost maybe 20 minutes tops.
I just find that The Plan is a nifty little experiment from a video game studio that, from what I have seen from them, is true to their development philosophy, not to put words in their brains. I highly recommend downloading this free game if for no other reason than to give your opinion about it and what defines a "video game" in todays market.