One day, Nathan Hicks finds a letter from his wife which instructs him to meet her at a motel in the middle of nowhere. However, not everything is as it seems. The less said about this game, the better. It's one of those games that are very close to art which you have to experience for yourself. You need to go into it blindly, without knowing anything about it. That's why I won't say anything more about "Floor 10". You just have to play it for yourself.