Posted: 15 months ago, last updated 13 months ago.
Play involves walking through the mysterious landscape to find those documents. You have binoculars, a bow and a journal and map to help you. The real skill required here is a curiosity for history and what people leave behind that was once so important to them.
As you progress, day wanes and night falls, what strikes you is the lack of progression. You trudge through the dreary Western Washington landscape with little to guide your way. But push through this and you find the world is filled with wildlife, edible plants, and the memories of our now-dead culture—stored.
12+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Although younger children could play this, to appreciate the historic and human story here you need the patience to discover it.
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