Disorder is Sad, Depressing, And Fantastic - Cliqist

Marcus Estrada writes: "There are zillions of indie 2D puzzle platformers out there and I personally have played a great deal of them. As such, it is often difficult to impress me in regards to visual aesthetics as so many follow in the footsteps of more famous games. Disorder does not appear to do so and manages to convey emotion with lonely, fractured levels. At other times stages seem to mirror a split between the protagonist’s emotions - focusing more on fantasy than reality."

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