Not anything like the videogames you have ever played, not games that are looking to entertain you, but to make you think…
Specially this game was shocking: http://www.necessarygames.com/my-games/freedom-bridge
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I’m glad you enjoyed the game, but just like me you missed something the first time around. The game is actually about something else entirely. Which is very deceptively well done. Play it again, and listen very closely to the words at the beginning and the end. When you realize it, you’ll go nuts.
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these are all great, @snaysler, here’s a few more like this !
THIS. Takes time but well worth it if you go through and read everything
@illusionofgaia, holy shit. I just played The Infinite Ocean. Amazing. I read every single note and entry and it really poses some incredible existential food for thought on a matter that will soon become a scientific reality. Really awesome change from the usual skynet-like cliche plot.
@cristinelizabeth, @lytning91, @hulklol, just in case you didn’t get it, I will give you a hint. In Air Pressure, the girl does not actually exist. She is symbolic of some aspect of the main character and his life. Knowing that, play it again, and pay attention to parts of the story or dialogue that seem odd. “She wrapped herself around my left arm and has been there ever since”. Think about it…
P.S.- lytning91 and hulklol if you already got it, sorry to mention you. just wanted to be sure ;)