A mystery grips an town lying within the vast desert, with the player at its surreal apex in horrifying text adventure Desert of Vice.

Inspired by the works of Kafka and Lovecraft, Desert of Vice takes players to a realm of supernatural monstrosities as they work to unravel the surreal events that grip the town. Based on the interactions they type out as they explore the steadily crumbling reality, they'll reach one of six endings, although they might not exactly offer happy ending to the unsettling events.

Desert of Vice uses a minimalist art style to back up the text-based play, as well as an eerie soundtrack to amp up the discomforting mood of the game's world. For those looking to get lost in a realm where their sanity will be tested as they work deeper into an intriguing story, it offers some otherworldly mysteries to unravel. Assuming they don't unravel the protagonist's mind first, that is.

Desert of Vice is available for $2.99 on Steam, the App Store, and Google Play. For more information on the game and developer Karolis Dikcius, you can head to the game's site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.