Closer to art than I thought.
This is possibly one of the things that comes closer to being art because it IS about something. Unlike most games that try to teach some lesson that is superfluous, or just a moral aesop, you often question these, because you're sure that whoever made it never went through the stuff they tried to preach.
This "game" (we're not discussing if it is a game, maybe interactive art, but that's not the point of the review) is an expression about the guy who quit his job.
I don't know if I made myself clear, but I just wanted to say this.
I can't shake the feeling I've seen this before...
The game is pretty good, even though the plot seems a bit pretentious. The layer switching is great, but I think Spewer was far more original.
The music, as always, is pretty damn good, and it sticks to your head like a Steven.
The level sharing is the cherry on top, which adds a huge amount of replay value, but I'm a bit worried about the rating system. Won't it get abused?
Otherwise, good game.
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