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Krypton Comet offers trek across a strange spacescape

Strange structures on the horizon

Game developer Connor Sherlock sent me Krypton Comet, the latest in his series of monthly walking sims (it's a subscription service he's running as a Patreon). It was an email exchange pretty much entirely based on my writing about Narcosis which is a game with a similar colour palette. I am very into this as a form of game recommendations, by the way, and it has meant I spent my morning trekking across the glistening wilderness of a freezing comet in deep space:

I am sort of still in the game at this point, in that it's on my other screen staring into the debris and harsh light of space as I have a cheese bagel. It's kind of a weird version of a picnic.

The Patreon scheme of which this is a part is a $1 of more per month thingummy so if you're interested in that you can find the info on Sherlock's Patreon. I will admit I just signed up ENTIRELY to poke around in an Argon Swamp while I have a biscuit and a cup of tea.

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