25. Defunct (Steam, 2017/06/04, 1.4 hours) Your little broken robot character gets left behind, through unfortunate circumstances. Your mother ship continues to cruise through low orbit. The main goal is to catch up and get back on board to fix your crummy unicycle "leg". You can use the terrain and its hills to accelerate, but only by leaning in on the down slope. The physics gameplay relies on building momentum and go fast. It's all a very nice mix of third person platforming and racing. There's really no skill ceiling. Yes, you can fumble your way, all the way, till the end OR you can do it with insane style and crazy tricks. Defunct is very brief game, even though you do cover a lot of ground. It's meant to be replayed for the fun of gameplay, to gain skills and to make it an even briefer game. The graphics are stylized and look like a PS2 era title up-res'd to HD. Sounds kinda bad, but it actually works in favor of the core gameplay. Everything runs super smooth and as fast as greased lightning. They really nailed the sense of speed and flow. The traversal is such a delight in the unique little gem.