Today I stumbled onto an indie game that was previously unknown to me, and a forum search here at bit-tech revealed that it is quite possibly unknown to this community as well. The game is called Miasmata, and it is unlike anything else that I can think of off the top of my head. It's a survival-adventure game set on an isolated, and presumably, deserted island. You are - as everyone else is - suffering from a plague of some sort, and your objective is to obtain a cure for said plague whilst trying to stay alive and ahead of the progression of your own disease. There is no tutorial, no holding of hands, and you will have to learn the game mechanics through playing the game. It is a tense, haunting experience to play this game, and I heartily recommend it. As for the graphics, well, it's not on par with Crysis or the likes, but it is still beautiful. It manages to convey the experience of a lush, tropical island rich in flora and fauna. And I do recommend you turn the volume up as much of the games clues are transmitted through sound. What are you waiting for? Why are you still here? Go get it and play it.