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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 351d ago | review

JIG: Mondrianism Review

JIG: It's pretty difficult to imagine a game which epitomises the notion of interactive art quite so literally as Jezzamon's Mondrianism, because it actually is interacting with a famous piece of art. And what better artist to pick for Ludum Dare's Minimalist theme than Piet Mondrian, one of the most important figures of the minimalist art movement. (Mondrianism, PC) -

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