Posts Tagged ‘2:22AM’

Self-Reflection On Dreamy Summer Nights

By Alice O'Connor on September 23rd, 2014.

So that's where I left my moon!

Without tarot to draw, tea leaves to swirl, crystals to tune, bones to cast, or ants to observe, this summer I turned to video games for divination. I watched between the static of late-night TV, chatted with hitch-hikers, listened to a mountain, sought forest spirits, and even consulted an oracle.

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Eerie Late-Night Public Access TV – 2:22AM

By Alice O'Connor on August 2nd, 2014.

I always fall for Tesco's display of Moons by the checkout.

“Play alone,” 2:22AM instructs. “Play at night.”

Approach in that dreamy state of mind and it flickers into life, drawing you into an eerie late-night public access television show. 2:22AM’s a free game made of little vignettes from mundanities like frying an egg to, well, things more surreal and sinister, mixed with bleary video clips and wrapped up in analogue crackle and tracking errors. It’s wonderful to play in that time when the world’s still and blinks are drawn-out rests for your eyes, dreams creeping in around the edges. But if you’re too drowsy for that, the wonders of video mean you can watch me play.

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