Submitted by RobotGeekOfficial 1267d ago | article

Surrealism from the Inside

Line looks at the line between an "Experience" and a true "game" and offers her thoughts on "medium specificity ", noting in particular games such as "Samarost" which become little more than pixel hunting games upon playing. (PC, Samorost 2, Samorost 3)

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