I love this game, and i don't even know why. Thank you, Jonas!
A wonderful, meditative little game about the development of a little game. Easy to pick up and control. Exploring actually feels like exploring, instead of being herded from corridor to corridor. There was a real sense of wonder as I discovered new areas and examined little details. The ending was sweet. This is the first time I've seen a game based on a coming-of-age--and it's the coming-of-age of a game. Mmmm, soft sci-fi.
The story behind the background music fits the game perfectly, but I don't think the music itself fits the game. I can hear the "floating in the womb" aspect, but the main feelings the song inspired in me were frightening oppression and desolation. The ending music fits better, I think.
If you're looking for a game where you zip from objective to objective marked on a GPS screen and simply accomplish quota-based goals, you might want to look elsewhere.
Wow, what a elevating idea to spice up the whole jump and run stuff! Awesome music, a kinda spirtual mindopener! Thanks JonasKyratzes!
This game is a mistery, I love mysteries so, I love this game.
I always enjoyed walking around in buggy landscapes of bugged games! This game was amazing, BECAUSE it was so simple and strange... Well don, my friend.