My psuedo-random game choice process perhaps amounts to 'skipping every other one, for now.' I don't know if I will play them all but I will try. I have a preference to start with some of the games playable on-line since that's just so simple to do. Anyway...
Major puzzle spoilers in this post here.
Byzantine Perspective. Good lord, I did not get this at all.
I feel dumb confessing it, but... Not at all.
The game is a heist game, surrounded by a movement/maze puzzle. There's a "feelie" map provided for it, that helps with the movement, maze puzzle, and a set of in-game hints at well.
And god, I still didn't get it.
So I read some spoilers, which basically said "it's fun to figure out the puzzle by yourself and try not to use the walkthrough." But I got frustrated pretty fast, and the walkthrough was so deliciously tempting, sitting right there next to the "feelie" for the game, that I went ahead and clicked on it. Then I followed the walkthrough for the game and had no idea why it worked.
So I browsed around several reviews, and it took me maybe six different ones before someone outright spoiled the puzzle so I could understand the solution. I will spoil it for you now too so if you stumble on this review and are in my same boat you understand: the glasses you're wearing, which are magic I guess, show you a room other than the one that you're standing in, so what you 'see' is not where you ARE. You interact with things in a room adjacent to the room you are apparently in. I was thinking way "inside the box" on this game, and spent precious minutes trying to find the "hologram projector" in the first room. D'oh.
I guess this is a game you either get or you don't. I'm not dumb at IF and have solved plenty of them without help, but I never ever had the "click" moment for how this works. Hard to figure out how to score it, since my understanding is, it's really easy if you "get" it, but obviously not at all if you don't.