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Mirrorshades On For Void & Meddler

By Alice O'Connor on December 5th, 2014.

I left my heart at the disco. Now I'm crying on the Metro.

“Oh! Well of course! That explains everything.” Have you ever discovered something unexpected about a game’s makers then seen that game’s quirks as caused by that fact?

I resist those thoughts, as they’re often reductive at best, but had that moment yesterday playing Void & Meddler. It’s a short, free, cyberpunk adventure game made by the folks behind No Wave, a game Adam took a shine to. And as soon as I found out they were French, some lousy part of my head decided Void & Meddler is just so French. Good job, you.

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Clubbing With Nick Cave: No Wave

By Adam Smith on May 14th, 2014.

The pill is disintegrating, lodged in my throat like a swollen seed, sprouting dry and ticklish as it reaches back toward tongue and lips. I need a drink, to sluice it out, wash it down and carry myself away. The lights pulse like a migraine and the music is a song I recognise. Stumbling toward the stage, I grab at the singer, trying to tell him that I know the lyrics and how important it is that I know the lyrics, trying to drink him dry. And then it hits me – I just invaded Nick Cave’s personal space.

No Wave is short, free and noisy.

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