I won a key to the game and was very curious about what it was all about. And, oh, God, I love it. This is an audio-visual experience. But not this kind of 'guided massage for brain and senses', like many such projects. No. Here it's up to you where...
you should go. There are many worlds here, each world is unique and full of strange creatures and semi-architectural things. Sometimes you stumble across a mountain somewhere in nowhere, enter it and find a modern lobby with chairs and tables and impressive decorations. Somewhere you wake up in a workroom with PCs, bookshelves, etc., go outside and chase some formless creatures that roam. Sometimes the walls are solid, sometimes you don't know where it is up and down here. And everywhere there is a door to another world. Br> Br> Br> Sound is impressive. ranges and very diverse. Everything has sounds here, there are even areas with sounds that can be discovered after long marches in the wasteland. You're an explorer here. br><
<>>I think it's a great experience for a Twich session - looking for odds in the endless worlds with your friends. I suppose the worlds aren't endless, there may only be a few of them. But still I discover something new and also have some favourite worlds I would like to see again. As I said, I won this game key from a game maker, but even if I didn't, I would buy this game, this experience, this extension of your reality. It's worth every cent.
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