I feel a little strange bringing this up, but whatever. It made me chuckle a bit.
Here’s a game for you to try out. It’s a moody little puzzle game about a lonely protagonist who can make copies of himself (by pressing the space bar). He can stand on his copies, and his copies can stand on him. He talks to himself throughout the game, which is shown as text overlays that appear over the level art. The music featured is an original song, focusing on lonely sounding piano work, with some synth thrown in for good measure. When he is limited in the number of copies he can make, the number left is shown as a number in the top left corner. His chief personal motivation ends up being a girl. The goal for each stage is to get to the square shaped exit. Sometimes there are platforms that only copies can pass through, and sometimes there are platforms that only the original character can pass through. The ground is a dull brown with grass on top. Each level is exactly the size of the screen, so there is no scrolling.
Now, here’s the kicker. I’m not talking about The Company of Myself. I’m talking about Little Thing.
Anyone else feeling a little deja vu?