Deliriant's apparent goal of making a video game adaption of The Yellow Wallpaper is certainly unique. It just can't hold a candle to the original short story.
Deliriant is more like an interactive artistic experience than a game itself. There isn't much to do besides exploring a house of the 1970s and observing its objects and furniture, in an attempt to understand the story they hold. For patient players, the game opens up to different interpretations, which may involve themes like abuse, neglect and dreams given up due to other responsibilities in life (whether planned or not).
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