HomeMake is a game being made by architecture students, which makes sense because it looks like what would happen if a builder’s brain exploded, untethered itself from all limits of the physical world, and just vomited structural insanity every which way. Make no mistake, though: I mean that in a good way. Developers Franklin Cosgrove and Archgame have given life to this overwhelming cacophony of a place, and I can’t take my eyes off it. The city, in this case, is a principle character, and the goal of the game is to explore and understand it by mind-swapping into various avatars with different perspectives – both literally and on, you know, life. Video and details below.