The precursor, in my opinion, to "artistic and walking sims" games. A rather abstract story where many interpretations are possible. It's not a game, but an experience. I had already bought it years ago outside Steam and loved it. Now, not really. Unlike other more recent walking sims, such as Gone Home or The Stanley Parable, its story is far too abstract (and strange?) to be enjoyable. When I was playing it on Steam, I used to spend the ¾ of my time wondering, "What happened there? What exactly is the "wolf" supposed to represent? Do the heroines die when they get to Grandma's? Who is the girl in white? A manifestation of the grandmother during her youth? etc." In short, it's hard to recommend it, but I still give it a blue thumb, because it's still an experience that some people might like.