One morning in 2017, Rami Ismail played a short game that made him wish he had a new tiny game like it for every day of the year. That wish turned into Meditations.

Meditations will launch a new game every day, inspired by that day, and only on that day. There’s all sorts of games in there, from curious small puzzle games, and challenging little platformers, to personal games about life and loss and happiness and love and death – and everything.

I installed Meditations in early January, but I’ve only played three of the games. And they were, how should I put this, confusingly interesting? Today’s game, by Andrew Gleeson, is a good example. It’s a game without title, but the description is “for those who feel adrift in the endless void.”

For those who feel adrift in the endless void. The January 18th Meditations game by Andrew Gleeson.

It’s about flying through the endless void while you try to remember what keys to press. Or something like that. I don’t understand the game, but it sure is great for relaxing. Just like the other two Meditations games I’ve tried so far.

Put on Good Weather for an Airstrike‘s awesome Sleepy Music for the Tired Insomniac playlist, and you’re good to go.