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Posts tagged “Alice’s Evening Walk”

The Migration is a lovely little apocalypse

Since I've ended up incoherently semi-shouting this at several people recently (sorry, Nat), I'll save myself the time and write it down: Connor Sherlock's The Migration feels to me like witnessing an apocalyptic event, and it's great. There you are, wandering around the surface of some desolate world, only bleached bones and warbling synth for company, when the end comes. Or a beginning. Or... a…

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Alice’s Evening… Stare? Blade Runner Blues

"What is walking and do walking simulators simulate it?" sounds like the sort of toss I'd open a post with. "And if a walking simulator isn't simulating walking, can a game simulate a walking simulator without walking at all?" Good. Great job, Alice.Alternatively, I could say that if you click on through, you can watch a peaceful and pleasant video with nine minutes of Ray…

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Alice’s Evening Walk: C├ęsure

Isn't walking great? I adore wandering semi-aimlessly, looking at stuff and thinking about things. Now modern technological advancements mean we can complement our walks with virtual walks from the comfort of our own homes. What times we live in! Shall we walk?It strikes me that the most famous walking simulators are set in relatively familiar places. They wander countryside, cities, forests, and offices, even if…

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Alice’s Daily Walk: Abstract Ritual

Maybe Alec and Ben were taking the piss in suggesting this. I certainly don't intend to back down on rhetoric, though. We'll see who starts a regular (?) series about walking simulators, shan't we?Welcome to Alice's Daily Walk! Isn't walking great? I hugely enjoy wandering semi-aimlessly, looking at stuff and thinking about things. Now modern technological advancements mean we can compliment walks with virtual walks…

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