Posts Tagged ‘mif2000’

The Franz Kafka Videogame emerging in April

As Alice O’Connor awoke one morning from a troubled dream, she found herself changed in her bed into some monstrous kind of video game blogger. Oh bugger.

After making Shakespeare’s Hamlet weird in Hamlet or the Last Game without MMORPG Features, Shaders and Product Placement, Denis ‘mif2000’ Galanin set his surreal sights on more-modern classics. The Franz Kafka Videogame [official site] will arrive on April 6th, publishers Daedalic announced this week, smooshing the writings of Franz Kafka into one absurd puzzle-adventure game. Here, have a gander in this trailer: Read the rest of this entry »

Is This A Demo I See Before Me?

It has pointing AND clicking.

Oh, piss. That’s Macbeth. Anyway, the previously discussed Indie Hamlet Adventure has been released. You can download the demo here, which allows you to play the game for an hour before you have to pay to unlock it. I guess, anyway. That’s what normally happens. This is some high quality games journalism going on here. I’ll try and recover by pointing at another Hamlet game, this one a text adventure. I played a little of this a while back, and I approve of the general Bill and Ted “she’s your mum, dude!” approach to the material. Oh – trailer follows.
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More Things In Heaven And Earth: Hamlet

I wanted to do the header as something like 'can't make a hamlet without breaking a few eggs' which wouldn't fit. Man!

It’s an indie adventure based on Hamlet and out April 8th. That would probably be enough to justify a quick post. When the full title is “Hamlet or last game without MMORPG elements, shaders and product placement”… well, we’re only human. More info on their site, and footage follows…
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