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Submitted by zaminoda 967d ago | review

Dear Esther: Games as Art | 2P Review

MrGhosty from 2P writes: The game I'm talking about is Dear Esther, currently part of the Humble Indie Bundle. This game could arguably be considered an interactive book, or boiled down even further to simply an interactive experience. The player traverses a strange island while having letters to an unknown "Esther" narrated to them at various intervals. Unlike most games, the player has very little control over the world they're in. (Dear Esther, Indie, PC) 9/10

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