Posts Tagged ‘Glitchhikers’

Self-Reflection On Dreamy Summer Nights

So that's where I left my moon!

Without tarot to draw, tea leaves to swirl, crystals to tune, bones to cast, or ants to observe, this summer I turned to video games for divination. I watched between the static of late-night TV, chatted with hitch-hikers, listened to a mountain, sought forest spirits, and even consulted an oracle.

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Dreamy Driving: Glitchhikers Deluxe On Sale

You're listening to Night Drive.

I’ve been lost in dreamy games lately. I’m daydreaming about games like Ruah and Into This Wylde Abyss, then nightplaying Proteus, Purgateus, Heartwood, and Error City Tourist. These dreamy summer nights where I want to wander and drive. Glitchhikers covers that last point.

Glitchhikers is a drive through a strange night, chatting with odd hitch-hikers you pick up from the roadside. It is a late-night possibly-a-bit-tipsy favourite of mine. We’ve talked about it before but never devoted a whole post to saying that it’s wonderful. So here: it’s wonderful. And now it’s on sale until the wee small hours of Sunday morning, giving most of the money to charity.

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