From the moment I started Thomas Was Alone the game felt really classy. Someone had seriously taken some graphical web design courses. All kidding aside the game looked and sounded super classy with the stylized graphics, fantastic music, and fun, light-hearted narration. This little puzzle platformer gave me something to do for over three hours and it was a nice bite-sized indie experience. Some puzzles were real head-scratchers but most of them I breezed through and some were just tedious in their execution. All being said, at the end I felt like I’d played a good game, though. If you enjoy a nice platformer with some interesting mechanics thrown in the mix then give this one a try.