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Serio VIP Member

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#1 2 years ago

So, I just finished this amazing experience. I hesitate to call it a game, because it wasn't. There wasn't an objective. There wasn't anything to really do. You solved some puzzles, you explored a bit. But it was an experience. An incredible experience. Like a very pleasant zen dream.

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#2 2 years ago

....what is it?

I want to try it?


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#3 2 years ago

How dare you. Why I've never been so pissed off in my life. Do you even know art? Do you? Yeh bastard, yeh.

Seriously, game looks quite interesting and colorful. A bit like Minecraft, only you cover more distance.

I had a zen-like dream once. Two in a row, in fact. I murdered a load of people including family and strangers using a fire-axe. Zany times, dangerous cheese.


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Serio VIP Member

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#4 2 years ago

"FileTrekker"....what is it?

I want to try it?

Journey is an experience. That's the best way to describe it, I think. There's no tutorial, no "point" to the game. You simply traverse these locations, picking up signs that something used to be there. There's a story, but it's very much up to you to interpret it.




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#5 2 years ago
"Serio"

"FileTrekker"....what is it?

I want to try it?

Journey is an experience. That's the best way to describe it, I think. There's no tutorial, no "point" to the game. You simply traverse these locations, picking up signs that something used to be there. There's a story, but it's very much up to you to interpret it.

Hmm... I've listened to the soundtrack, and it's just fantastic. Maybe I'll try the game one day.