Spry Fox send word that their new game, The Road Not Taken, is now growing in the shady herb garden of esoteric puzzle games. They explain that it is “reminiscent of an evergreen roguelike” and designed by Daniel Cook (who was one of the folks who worked on Steambirds and Realm Of The Mad God). This is some kind of personal odyssey game for Cook, and Spry Fox claim that “Each object, each animation, and each bit of text is a bit of paint on the canvas. Over dozens of playthroughs, a greater theme will be revealed to players.” It apparently takes its name from the 1916 Robert Frost poem, which seems like a faultless way to name games. I totally want to play Girl In A Miniskirt Reading The Bible Outside My Window, by Charles Bukowski.
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