Posts Tagged ‘Serafín Álvarez’

Freeware Garden: A Top 5 Goodbye

All good and freeware things must eventually come to an end and the very same applies to my dear Freeware Garden and its all singing, all dancing games. This, wonderful readers, is the final post in the series and my chance to admit how much I enjoyed writing it and to thank team RPS for giving me the chance to take this huge freeware burden off my chest. Oh, and to let you know which five games I covered I loved the most. These:

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Freeware Garden: Maze Walkthrough

Recognize these?

Granted, there are many more exciting things in both life and architecture than corridors, yet artist Serafín Álvarez has decided to focus on those unappreciated stalwarts of exotic environments and make them shine.

Beautiful, weird, famous, rundown, high-tech, alien and even scary corridors from sci-fi movies have been being collected over at scificorridorarchive.com since 2012 and now the most intriguing of the lot have been modeled in 3D and assembled into a stunning, quite nonsensical and modestly interactive maze; Maze Walkthrough.

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