Palely is a beautiful and tranquil first person puzzler where you create objects out of words and create letters out of objects.
You start Palely in a white space with a handful of letters, a gear and an orange. You can then pick up the letters in such a way that they spell either “gear” or “orange”, which then spawns one of the corresponding items. Creating an object uses up letters BUT once you spell an object then you can destroy all of the same objects you come across, spawning more letters in the process (so if you spell out “lamp” then you can then destroy any lamp you come across henceforth). You need to use this ability to figure out how to spell the objects you need to progress through the game.
Taking around 15 minutes to play through, Palely is a visually stunning and wonderfully chilled out experience built around a very unique concept. It can take a couple of minutes to get to grips with it, but once you get the hang of it then it’s a great little puzzler (especially once you get out of the starting area and the game really opens up). Highly recommended.
Download Palely Here (Windows, Mac & Linux)