Just four keys: ←, ↑, →, and the spacebar. The body, Dean Moynihan's last game, is one of those dark games that if they do tell a story they make it obliquely, and slowly, as to irritate the hurried player. It is also one of those that, except for a few elements, are not that different from a short, bleak animation.
Its greatest virtues are the atmosphere it creates and some playful thing between the narration of the past and the present, using resources imported (don't know if I'm bluffing here) from cinema. I put it here just because I can, but you can also play it in the author's website, or if you want an even weirder experience, you can take a look at the original file without frame.