An apparently rejuvenated LucasArt's first foray into non-mainstream gaming arrived last week. Surrealistic puzzle-platformer Lucidity hints at a bright new age of invention for the venerable, unpredictable developer - has the nightmare of endless Star Wars biff-based games finally ended? Here is An Opinion.
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LucasArts Workshop's first game, Lucidity, is now available. It's on Steam for £7, and we're told it will be elsewhere (such as Direct2Drive) soon enough. It's a platformer crossed with Tetris, where you guide the young girl, Sofi, through a dream-like world by placing objects for her to run across. The old trailer is below, along with LucasArts' blurb for the release.
A new trailer emerges for the first project from the indie-influenced LucasArts Workshop, Lucidity. Bearing quite a lot in common with the previous game footage, it also contains a few twists of its own, not least the one 55 seconds in.
LucasArts are on quite the crusade to prove they're no longer the grey men in grey suits working in a grey building and having grey dreams about billions of dollars earned from grey, lacklustre Star Wars games they've seemed to be for the last decade-plus. The re-release of a few beloved vintage titles onto Steam earlier this year won them a big old credibility pie,…