Posted: 2 weeks ago.
Author: Andy Robertson.
The whole game is just 21x26 pixels but still creates a sense of wonder. Weapons and skills are reduced to the bare minimum too: you need precision, speed and wits to beat enemies and overcome all kinds of hazards.
The result is not only a deconstruction of a video game, but a chance to see how these games work regardless of the fidelity of the visuals. It's a chance to see how games work as well as go on a new adventure.
Each location is different and brings its own challenges. As you progress you find broken pieces of your memory -- glimpses of a lost past, like a shattered mirror, its pieces scattered around the world. Maybe when you find them all, you will understand who you are and why you are here.
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