Posts Tagged ‘Peregrin’

Unknown Pleasures: 10 of the best new Steam games this week


Welcome back to Unknown Pleasures, our weekly digest of the best new games released on Steam over the past seven days, but which most probably flew under your radar.

This time: Pong with 500 balls, XCOM meets SUPERHOT, house-trashing wizards, the not quite so fantastical Mr Fox and feline Zelda.
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Free Forest: Existential Wandering In Peregrin

Hey, it’s okay. Take a breath. You’re all right. Or you’re here, anyway. You’re here, and soon you can be wandering an infinite forest. Who could ask for more?

Peregrin [official site] is an existential but pleasant free browser-based game with a quiet tone. We play a mystery person wandering a monochromatic forest, chatting with masked pilgrims, petting stoic deer and scaring off birds, and forever walking onwards towards an unknown goal. That’s just the sort of ambivalent acceptance and quiet awe I need on a Tuesday afternoon.

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