In Lovely Planet, I think I might’ve died and gone to heaven – a six-year-old’s heaven, splattered in crazy colors and crayon monsters. Or was it hell?
That’s the gist of QUICKTEQUILA’s eccentric first-person-shooter, a rainbow of all shapes and sizes that live in one big, lovely planet. That is, until you the shoot the living bejeezus out of ’em. It might all seem a bit grim in any other context, but Lovely Planet does it with a smile on its face. This is basically all of your pre-school doodles that used to hang on your parent’s fridge come to life, but beneath the kindergarten spectrum, there’s more here than meets the eye.