I'm sure you all have played "You Have To Burn The Rope" by Marzapan. If you haven't, take two minutes out of your day and click this link: http://www.kongregate.com/games/Mazapan/you-have-to-burn-the-rope
A lot of people complain about You Have To Burn The Rope for being too short or too simple of an experience. It really is simplistic, and according to the creator, it is meant to be. While that is true, there is a possible interpretation of the game that might make you look at it in a different light and perhaps give you more enjoyment out of its 2 minute-long playtime. That alternative interpretation is as follows:
You Have To Burn The Rope is about a video game hell.
Or, at the very least it is about a cyclical, Sisyphean game with images and themes of torture, descent, the occult, and repetition.
Note: You don't have to believe, or even like everything in this interpretation, but it does make the game a lot more interesting.
TL;DR - You Have To Burn The Rope alternate analysis