Play Perfect Vermin. It’s just 15 minutes long and free. Sparing the details I’ll just say two things: one, it goes to places you will not expect, and, two, you get to destroy things with a sledgehammer. It has a briskly paced rise of weirdness and tension but never becomes outright disturbing, the simple art style precludes the overwhelmingly gruesome. The graphics, in fact, beautifully deceive the casual inspector into thinking it’s a novelty game. The story isn’t overly complex, but rather a solidly constructed open narrative. Expect surprises in cheeky gameplay twists. Perfect Vermin is bold, fun, and bitter.