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Submitted by HanCilliers 525d ago | news

Antichamber, how to bend the mind of a gamer

Antichamber from Indie developer, Alexander Bruce, is a mind-bending psychological exploration game where nothing is as it seems. The game was hailed as a philosophical art piece titled "Hazard: The Journey Of Life" at the Tokyo Game Show for Sense of Wonder Night 2009.

Fancy a mind bend? Let’s take a closer look. (Antichamber, PC)

Choc_Salties  +   525d ago
Thats for damn sure, its a rather bit of a bender, more like a mind-#$%# than anything else. It looks awesome!

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