Most of the other games on this list offer a consistent flow of action and excitement, but Sacramento (free) isn’t that kind of game. Instead, it’s an experience—a world full of surreal sights and pleasing music, but no objectives, puzzles, or missions in sight. In that way, it recalls the alluring Proteus, but Sacramento has its own distinctive tone and look.
It’s inspired by sketches from artist Delphine Fourneau (who also worked on Oases), and the raw, humming watercolor effect is really marvelous in motion. You might only play it for a few minutes and may not accomplish anything, per se, but it’s a peaceful little jaunt worth enjoying. Sacramento is offered via a pay-what-you-want approach, so you can snag it for free or toss a few bucks in.