that feeling blue



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A peaceful exploration game

That feeling blue is a simple and non-complex game without a goal. The only activity is exploring a beautiful garden.



This app is a simple game where your only goal is to explore a beautifully designed garden. The entire area uses many shades of azure and purple, blending the environment into your mood. As exploration is your only objective, you’ll quickly want to sit around and observe your reaction to other elements of the garden. The activities include watching the small floating lights dance.

Beautiful scenery

The garden that you walk through in that feeling blue is amazing. The graphics are decent but won’t compromise the performance of a low-end machine. There are plenty of forests filled with trees reaching to the sky and triangular lights that fill the night air.


That feeling blue is a healing game if you’re struggling to think, or if you have a personal or emotional issue with which you’re trying to deal. The title gives you a safe space that you can roam without pressure as you watch the scenery.

The phrase ‘feeling blue’ is a metaphor relating your own emotions to what the color symbolizes. The feeling blue often represents sadness in many situations. That’s because it’s a symbol for rain, a state where many feel lost and shut off from the world without any meaning.

Wonderful music

Adding to the peace and serenity that game provides is the music. It makes you feel safe and alone, with only you by your side as though tomorrow will be better. The soundtrack is responsible for the relaxing sensation that you experience.

Endless gameplay

That feeling blue is a game that never ends, much like a similar title from the same developers, becalm. Both experiences give you a sense of peace or relaxation, helping you silently work through any issues or negative emotions you’re facing. Overall, with the music and the beautiful level design, that feeling blue can easily help turn a bad day around if you let it.

that feeling blue 1 for Windows
  • Windows 8,
  • Windows 7,
  • Windows 8.1,
  • Windows 10
Date added:
Wednesday, September 23rd 2020


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