Posts Tagged ‘Tyu’

Wot I Think: Cosmic Express

Cosmic Express

Here it is! The space game review you’ve all been waiting for on this, Monday the twentieth of March, 2017: Cosmic Express!

Cosmic Express [official site] is an adorable-but-also-rock-solid puzzle game from Alan Hazelden. He’s working with Ben Davis who was his collaborator on RPS favourite, A Good Snowman…, and with Tyu of the Klondike collective. The result is a really satisfying puzzle game where you lay the track for a train in order to transport little alien blobs to their destinations. Read the rest of this entry »

Spacetrain puzzler Cosmic Express chug chuggas out

The intergalactic planetary puzzling of Cosmic Express [official site] has pulled into the station. It’s a cute little puzzler about laying train tracks inside spacedomes to bring passengers to their destinations. It looks lovely and sounds simple but I’d expect fiendish puzzling as it’s made by folks from such fine head-scratchers as A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build and Sokobond. Have a gander at this trailer: Read the rest of this entry »

Cosmic Express: adorable train puzzler coming March

Cosmic Express

Oh yay! There’s a new game coming soon from the A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build folk and Tyu – an artist from the Klondike collective. It looks like they’re going all in on the adorable puzzler genre with Cosmic Express [official site]; a really lovely train route planning game set in the bubble of a space colony. Read the rest of this entry »

Inside A Collective Part Four: Tyu

This is the fourth part in a six part series on the French games collective Klondike. This fourth article focuses on one of the ten members of the collective: Tyu. Find out more about Tyu at her website and follow her on twitter.

Tyu and I sit slightly awkwardly on a sofa bed, currently in sofa formation, in the small office room that Gib and Delphine share in their house in Lille. She travelled over from Valenciennes with Pol the day before, and like Pol, is days away from graduating from her degree at a prestigious video games school there.

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