There must be something in Sweden's water that makes them really good, really punk, game developers. Game Maker is to game development like drop-D tuning is to guitar composition, and let me tell ya, them Swedes can make their games sing. Krimelo is certainly no exception, his titles have that infectious homemade charm going for them -- it's like he tapped into the collective indie unconscious and conjured pure, well, awesomeness. I'll keep my commentary succinct and let the games do the talking.
Autocannibalism is a short platformer about chowing down on your fellow man. Creepy stuff.
Medi Climp, pictured above, is another platformer that has you playing as a monkey who Touches Fuzzy. He indeed Gets Dizzy.
Nation of Reincars is the indie answer to Doki Doki Panic -- you control everything from rabbits to inchworms to get from point A to proverbial point B. It's a spatial puzzler of sorts, as you have to discover which order to run through the stage in.
Glaucoma is a trippy minigame of sorts with neat graphical tricks. Think cactus's GAMMA entry and you'd be sorta near the mark.
Last but assuredly not least, we have Siamese Enemies. It's a two player game where each player controls half of a Siamese twin. To continue the duality theme it's half-cactus, half-messhof, and 4/3 surreal. Salvador Dali's ghost nods his head in approval, shaves off his mustache, and shoots a random passerby.
I think I'll end the review on that note.