It’s been 22 years since Windows released their latest and groundbreaking operating system, Windows 95, and what better to celebrate than with a game that takes you back to days of letting your screensaver run just because it looked so cool.
Screensaver Subterfuge, an indie game by Cahoots Ma10lone, has you going through the Windows 95 screensaver looking for code hidden by terrorist in a plot to take over the world. It comes complete with the familiar brick walls, thin textures, and that oh-so-familiar 90’s ambient music. It even features hilariously awful narrators that sound straight out of the 90’s that comment about how excited they are about Windows 95.
It’s a simple game but it’s surprisingly fun, and a good way to reminisce over the unforgettable 90’s. It’s available to download now for free across Windows, Mac, and Linux.