Drowning in Problems is a new game invented by the guy who made Minecraft. It's certainly one of those love-it-or-hate-it games. I love it. It's a life simulator text game that takes you from cradle to grave by pushing a series of buttons. You need to "solve" certain problems a number of times to get to the next level—from toddler to child to teen—and if you try button-mashing, you'll die sooner. The point is kind of that there is no point. If you're the sort of person who dismisses that sort of thinking out of hand, you'll want to murder this game with your own two hands. I find it sort of relaxing.