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What we’ve been playing

Hello! Welcome back to a new regular feature where we write a little bit about some of the games we’ve found ourselves playing over the last few weeks. This time: visual brilliance, chess, and the pleasures of rocks.

The best time to play Omori, in my opinion, is during the middle of the night; it might be troublesome for my sleep schedule, but it’s perfect for a game which is part childhood fantasy and part waking nightmare.

The artstyle, which mixes pixel and hand-drawn art perfectly, helps build this atmosphere
by invoking the surreal to create a mixture of wonder and fear; one moment I’m fighting a cute rabbit in a turn-based battle, the next I’m being stalked by hands no-one else can see.

Read more

Hello! Welcome back to a new regular feature where we write a little bit about some of the games we’ve found ourselves playing over the last few weeks. This time: visual brilliance, chess, and the pleasures of rocks.

The best time to play Omori, in my opinion, is during the middle of the night; it might be troublesome for my sleep schedule, but it’s perfect for a game which is part childhood fantasy and part waking nightmare.

The artstyle, which mixes pixel and hand-drawn art perfectly, helps build this atmosphere
by invoking the surreal to create a mixture of wonder and fear; one moment I’m fighting a cute rabbit in a turn-based battle, the next I’m being stalked by hands no-one else can see.

Read more

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