Posts Tagged ‘Pol Clarissou’

Freeware Garden: offɭine

By Konstantinos Dimopoulos on December 11th, 2014.

Do you know that sensation you get when travelling by train at night, looking out of the window, thinking and imagining things? Scaring yourself or deciding to let the hypnotic sights relax you? Well, offɭine is a game about this exact sensation. Really. I asked dev Pol Clarissou and he said so.

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Wonder At Space Wandering: Even The Stars

By Ben Barrett on July 14th, 2014.

CONTEMPLATE on GIANT COMPUTER never really made it into those classic Sierra adventures

After a hectic day of newsing all the best news there is to news, I need something to relax with. Today’s offering is Even The Stars, an esoteric exploration game lacking any real goals other than to live, die and try to enjoy it. There’s probably a message in there. Originally made for the space cowboy jam, solo dev Pol Clarissou and musician Nicholas Gaven are expanding it into a meatier morsel. It’s quite simple, you tap in coordinates for your ship to go and, if there’s a planet, you can land and spend some time there. There might be cities, a mill, cows – all the essentials. Eventually, you die, because that’s how life works, and can take a screenshot of the map of your journey, because that’s how life should work. It’s serene, pleasant and you can play it now. Venture forth to a trailer and my personal journey below.

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