In Pippin Barr's typing game Safety Instructions, you're in control of a passenger's actions as he tries to escape from a burning plane that is about to crash into the sea. Everything is done by spelling out the text on screen using your keyboard, and failure means that you get to enjoy a carefully-constructed death sequence that is both morbid and curiously entertaining.

The game isn't a particularly deep experience, but credit to the author for including a couple of bonuses and extra play modes that can be unlocked by reaching the end of the adventure. It takes about a couple of minutes to play through, and there are two difficulty settings to choose from (one has less words to type than the other).

Safety Instructions is available to play at Pippin Barr's site.