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Productivity is the be-all and end-all in the world of I Came To Forget My Daily Life, something that takes precedence over happiness and health. Still, a small pocket place exists where people are allowed a modicum of relaxation to bear it all, and you're given a glimpse into the world as you explore the floors of this shimmering, luminescent nightclub and the various means of leaving your work behind that lie inside.

I Came To Forget My Daily Life is a place of venting in a life where there isn't any other place to let go or relax. As players explore it, they'll be able to dance as electronic music pulses through the glowing walls, take drugs that help them bond and cut loose after spending so much time uptight, and hook up with the other people who are desperate for any way to escape the shackles of an existence focused on endless productivity.

While solving puzzles, popping pills, and taking in the brilliant neon mazes, players are also encouraged to think about how their own lives have become so divided between work and leisure, drug use as a means of connecting with others, and how we have compartmentalized joy in our own lives just to keep the lights on and food going into the old meat machine we all walk around in. It's a thoughtful walk through dizzying light and sound, one that encourages thought even when trying to forget.

I Came To Forget My Daily Life is available for free on GameJolt. For more information on the game and developer Opi Fai, you can head to the developer's site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.