Posts Tagged ‘Deios II: Deidia’

Explore a glitchworld in Deios II: Deidia, now out

A few months back, I was pleased and puzzled wandering the glitchy caverns of Deios II: Deidia [Itch page] in a demo. It’s a beautiful explore-o-puzzle-platformer with dramatic landscapes, pleasant noises, and, ah, something about being inside a computer and manipulating glitches that I didn’t quite grasp because I’m a dolt. If you’re less foolish than ol’ Alice here and enjoy strange compuworlds – especially if you dug the first Deios – you might be interested to know the full game is now out. Read the rest of this entry »

Explore A Glitched World In Deios II: Deida’s Demo

Oooh yes.

Bosh on your headphones, scooch closer to your screen, and don’t mind the bland puzzles: the free demo for Deios II: Deidia [Itch page] is a wonderful thing to put into your ears and eyes. Deidia is a broken game, masquerading as the salvaged and cobbled-together scraps of a game corrupted and thought lost on ’90s BBSs. It skips illogically between scenes, glitches out, and clashes with its emulator, and that’s all very fun. But goodness me, it’s not half a looker! I’m a sucker for mountains and caverns with waterfalls, trickling streams, and crashing waves. Have a look/listen:

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