Don’t Starve, the child of studio Klei Entertainment, bringers of the ultraviolent Shank and Mark of the Ninja. Don’t Starve is a very different breed of game, however. Klei eschews the Tartakovsky-esque aesthetic of their previous games for something a little more Tim Burton. The smooth and expressive animations are still on show, but this time there’s a little more texture and an atmosphere a bit off kilter. It works well, and especially with the waves near the shoreline, recalls the old hand drawn maps of the pre-cartography years.