bit.ly/peterpanic PeterPanic is, according to indie developer and former theatre actor James Marion, the “world’s first minigame musical”. The game casts you as the eponymous Peter, who’s struggling to repair his dilapidated hometown theatre. To raise cash, you take a series of jobs that break up your day into BishiBashi-style microgames in which you sort paperwork, pack boxes and, er, avoid cannon fire. All of your conversations with the oddbod cast take the form of amusing show tunes written by Ben Bonnema and guest composer Danny Baranowsky. Bizarrely, it even includes a level designed by Hidetaka ‘Swery’ Suehiro. PeterPanic is a polished, wilfully silly distraction that’s free to start, but you’ll have to pay if you want to save your progress. We were charmed enough to do just that.