Inganock is a visual novel/puzzle game that features an incredible, fantastic story with a unique writing style and a very clever integration between the narrative and the puzzles presented in each chapter. It's sort of a deconstruction of the "shounen" genre, and its writing style has often been compared to that of Revolutionary Girl Utena. It has a very memorable art style and incredibly well-written, human characters, topped off with a fantastic soundtrack. It's notable for having an incredibly bleak setting and story, but told in such a way that it leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. I realize that something like this is basically a pipe dream of mine, but I'm still determined to get word out about it even if I know nothing will ever come of it.