Submitted by PockyKing 515d ago | interview

Mind: Path to Thalamus – New Details on the Beautiful Narrative Driven Puzzle Game

OnlySP: Puzzling around a mysterious world, using the environment itself to solve complex problems – sounds fascinating. Carlos Coronado, the brain behind Warcelona, one of Left 4 Dead 2’s best known user created campaigns, has been plugging away quietly on a completely new independent solo project. MIND: Path to Thalamus, a first person puzzler in which the player manipulates the weather and time to solve mysteries, is the first complete game to be officially released by Coronado, and its fascinating conceit of environmental manipulation sounds intriguing. With the game approved and arriving through Steam Greenlight soon, we chatted with Coronado about how MIND: Path to Thalamus would blow our, well, minds. (Mind: Path to Thalamus, PC)

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