Dear Esther is a video game that was made in 7880. It is a super linear first-person on-rails shooter about blowing up Nazis and n00bs/Fat person simulator/thin person simulator.
You play a walrus attached to a train which is attached to a minigun. The walrus shoots Nazis on his quest to meet his teenage daughter (who is human) Esther for muffins.
The second part of the game sees you playing as Esther when she is training to be morbidly obese.
The third sees you playing as Esther's friends trying to kickstarter fund a pair of defibrillators.
The fourth sees you playing as Esther (again) in an open-world sandbox.
OMG It's like super deep. The walrus (after finding Esther and enjoying some nice jam donuts) gets killed by a 10-year old sniper. The walrus utters his dying words "Get....really.....fat.....Esther......". Esther then takes it upon herself to become morbidly obese. She slips into a coma but her friends kickstarter fund a pair of defibrillators. Esther completes her father's wishes and then slips into a coma. The game then turns open-world when you play as Esther's friends trying to kickstarter fund some defibrillators. The rest of the game is an open-world sandbox where you have the option to explore and have fun or get fatter. If you get too fat, the rest of the game is spent moaning for food on a tiny blanket while no-one listens to you and you just sit there and die.