By Quintin Smith on December 3rd, 2010 at 3:30 pm.
Here’s a slice of indie oddness courtesy of the IndieGames blog. The Sense of Connectedness is, mechanically speaking, a breed of Pipemania taking place inside someone’s headmeat. Electrical impulses spew forth from the ego, and by flipping neurones you guide them around the brain, illuminating different areas bit by bit and working your way towards one of the game’s enigmatic endstates. It’s hard on the eyes, but also peculiarly hypnotic and gobbled up 20 of my precious minutes before I knew what had happened. Go play, if your curiosity has been poked and/or piqued.