Euclidean is a game of geometric horror that tries very hard to make use of Lovecraftian elements to inspire dread, but only manages frustration instead. Not only is it hard to see what is going on around you, but the controls are also sluggish to the point of feeling useless. Instant death is very common, forcing players to restart the level, but mercifully the levels are short and there are only nine of them. Unless you are a huge fan of Lovecraft, can handle frustration and can find this game on sale, it is not really recommended.
Gameplay: Fall down very slowly while battling sluggish controls in order to avoid enemies.
Graphics: Enemies are far from scary and the whole thing is just too dark and foggy for its own good.
Sound: The ambient soundtrack is good, but the taunting voice can become repetitive