Jesse Venbrux is no stranger to either intriguing freeware or Play This Thing!. The creator of the Karoshi series, Execution, and Frozzd, Jesse has consistently crafted gems any indie game aficionado worth his salt knows about. Pazzon, an existentialist platformer, is one of his undeservedly lesser known works. Unlike his other 'arsty' game Execution, the implications this games raises aren't readily apparent once you boot up the .exe a second time. Mr. Venbrux claims that the game is a "short artistic(?) game with a mysterious story about religion." I find that the game tackles the broader topics of dogmatism and agency; and more importantly, how dogma applies to the structure, narrative, and players of games, who ultimately have no agency.