Song of the Myrne: What Lies Beneath is an old-school RPG questing adventure-style indie-game. Think Realm of the Mad God visually, crossed with Zelda in terms of gameplay. Your character comes home from a hard day toiling in the field to find that his, erm, wife (who is actually a rabbit?) has been murdered in his home, launching him on his first quest. So, it propagates the familiar revenging-your-wronged-woman (well, sort of woman) plotline.
There are villagers to interrogate, who provide vaguely humorous relief and spurious plot drivers. Buy items to equip on your character in order to face the perils awaiting in the dungeon. Standard RPG stuff, really. There is a lot of love gone into the feeling of the game, which will appeal greatly to fans of classic RPGs. The colour pallet is really nicely chosen. Movement is not too slow to be tedious. Combat is carried out by aiming with the mouse, while movement is independently controlled by the keyboard, meaning that you can back away and shoot at your enemies at the same time (or circle round them if you prefer). [More]