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Submitted by aprea 704d ago | review

Bientôt l’été Review - Dusty Cartridge

Javy from DC writes: Part of me really, really wants to love Bientôt l’été. It’s a game that displays an anarchic disregard for traditional ideas of what a game should be. There aren’t objectives beyond exploration and experimentation, and there doesn’t seem to be any set victory conditions. There’s no linear path to follow to a conceived ending, so the game’s probably best described as a limited sandbox since there’s only two spaces with which to experiment. (Bientôt l'été, PC) 5/10

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