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Digital: a love storyCombining nostalgic for the earliest days of pre-internet on-lineÂ communication and aÂ nostalgic,Â bitter-sweetÂ storyline,Â this little game charms from the first minute. The storyline is compelling and shows that without any real graphics a rich and involving narrative can be constructed and vivid and believable characters can be crafted. I was so immersed in this game it took me to a whole other world. When I received an email on my own computer I read it thinking it was from someone in the game world. Teams of hundreds of developers supported withÂ millionsÂ of dollars of development budget rarely engage a player soÂ completely. Its like Uplink orÂ Wargames, but with more humanity. Beautiful .
Robot Unicorn Attack Heavy MetalPart of the appeal of the original Robot Unicorn Attack was the super-gay soundtrack. The gentle, euro-dance tones of Erasure contrasted perfectly with the urgency and danger of the game to create an experience that managed to be both soothing and invigorating (I just realised that description makes it sound like a bubble bath). I thought a metal version of the game would detract from the main selling point of the original: the pitch perfect soundtrack. Thankfully the metal version is almost as good, combining ludicrously camp Dio-style rawk with suitably ridiculous remixed graphics while retaining the addictive gameplay of the original.
But that was [yesterday]Simple, short, poignant, brilliant. Most things I can say about this game would ruin it. Although its still not quite as good as my all time favourite indie game , its close. Quite simply, you have to play this .
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