October 9, 2012 12:00 PM | Danny Cowan
The Marriage creator Rod Humble has released the experimental art game Perfect Distance, which he describes as "a game about an artillery officer returning from a war and his thoughts about free will."
Perfect Distance is a short, linear experience presented in multiple parts. Like in The Marriage, abstract imagery is used to represent complex concepts, and player input leads to vague results that are up to personal interpretation.
Be aware that you may run into technical issues with this one; the game's crucial narration doesn't play on some machines, and a fix isn't likely, since Humble has lost the game's source code. He also warns of an "absurdly large download size [209 MB] for a game that lasts a few minutes," but that shouldn't stop you from playing this, especially if you enjoyed The Marriage.