There Is No Game Wiki
Overview Achievements

There Is No Game: Jam 2015There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

See Game (disambiguation) for other related uses.

There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension (sometimes shortened to just There is No Game) is a point-and-click "non-game" and that acts as a fully realized version of the original flash game.

Like the original, it follows Game, a program who tries to prevent the User from playing their game. However, the story is expanded as the two end up lost in multiple dimensions due to an evil programming bug known as Mr. Glitch.

There are 6 Chapters and an Epilogue, as well as two endings.

Game Description[]

"There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension" is a Point&Click comedy adventure (and Point&Click only!) that will take you on a journey you never asked to go on, through silly and unexpected video game universes.

Will you be able to play along with the "Game" to find your way home?
We sincerely think NOT.

  • A Point&Click comedy adventure. You can go ahead and put your controller back up on the shelf.
  • Incredible 3D graphics that are flat. Completely flat. And very pixelated.
  • Almost fully voiced. (May contain traces of foreign accents here and there.)
  • Solve riddles that require you to think "Outside the box".
  • Hint system included because you can't think "Outside the box"...
  • Shorter than an MMORPG, which leaves you plenty of time to finish some REAL good games.
  • Discover the Top 10 best walls. The fourth one will surprise you!
  • Motion sickness free, which is pretty remarkable for a non-VR experience.
  • Contains tons of bugs... but it’s supposed to be like that.
  • And lots of other surprises!

You haven't heard of “There Is No Game”, winner of the 2015 Construct Jam?
That's perfect! Go play Battle of Duty instead of clicking on the image below to try this weird, totally pointless video game.

Steam Game Description[]

There is no game. So don't go messing things up by clicking everywhere. You don’t want to be kicked out of your video game world, do you? Of course not!



Pascal Cammisotto began the project of There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension in the hopes of creating a more in-depth story to Game. He began production of the game along with his friend, Guillaume Vidal. When the kickstarter was released, a total of three of the six chapters were finished.

Failed Kickstarter Campaign[]

The kickstarter campaign was launched in 2016 and only made €3,317 of €32,000 that it needed. Despite the lack of necessary funding, the team decided to push forward with the project.




  • As said in the game description, the whole game can be played entirely with a mouse (or touch screen) and requires no button inputs.
    • Excluding the Nintendo Switch version, which has you press buttons to click/touch.
  • The bullet points in the game description allude to many elements of the game, such as its breaking of the fourth wall and "containing bugs".


Teasers and trailers[]

Alpha Footage[]

External links[]