Surreal Thriller Game “Device 6” Turns The Written Word Into The Map

on Thursday, Oct. 17th

There's nothing I like more than a thoughtfully designed interactive experience.

"Device 6," described by its creators as "a surreal thriller in which the written word is your map, as well as your narrator" sounds like my cup of tea. Andrew Webster of The Verge elaborates:

While Device 6 — the latest release from Year Walk developer Simogo — might not be a game in the strictest sense, it definitely demands all of your attention. It's a short story mixed with a series of interactive puzzles, and it's one of the most inventive and playful narrative experiences you're likely to find.

Head to The Verge for a more in-depth look. I'll be downloading this for my vacation next week toot-sweet.


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