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GAM writes:

The most satisfying waters to be explored in the new ocean of downloadable entertainment made possible by current generation consoles are those that are home to artsy and innovative games which previously had no platform for successful promotion.

We're talking about titles like Braid for Xbox 360, a bedeviling meditation on love and loss; the PlayStation 3's Flower, which explores the dreams of blossoms and offers a subtle environmental commentary; and the Wii's World of Goo, a unique, physics-based puzzler with an anti-consumerist vibe.

You can add to that list Lucidity, a new game from LucasArts released last week through Xbox Live Arcade (and Steam for Windows).

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