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Thomas Was Alone [Review] – Not just another indie platformer (IncGamers)

IncGamers: Isn’t it amazing how easy it is for us mere humans to become attached to the ridiculous. We love crudely crafted porcelain ornaments, the idea that visitingFranceis somehow a good one and even cats. I mean come on, seriously? Cats? Dogs, yes, but cats? Ridiculous.

Thomas Was Alone plays on our susceptibility to find meaning and connection in anything and everything, succeeding in its attempt to make us care about a group of blocks. These blocks come in different colours, shapes and abilities, but at the end of the day they’re still blocks. No matter how diverse or fancy.

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