Help a blind girl find her cat in a world where you see without eyes


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#2

Does she get power-ups and enhanced attacks? I'm worried what if the cat turns out to be a jaguar or something.


#3

I feel that a game cannot tell a story unless it has conversation branches and a morality system. 0/10 for this one.


#4

Really like the art. Definitely going to try this one!

Thanks, Laura.


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I've been playing this game for years at home. It's called close your eyes and walk around.
/snark

Very beautiful, but that's not enough for me these days.


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This puts me in mind of the short Taiwanese animation Out of Sight (敲敲). The theme is nearly identical: Visually impaired girl looking for a lost pet.

The 28 Plays Later podcast focused on "walking simulators" for part of an episode. I'd played a few in the past, but never really thought of them as a genre before hearing this.

Generally I enjoy some sort of game goals (even violent ones) in my video games. That said, if a game's setting or situation is evocative or innovative in some way, then I'd be fine exploring that now an then even without a lot of action or problem solving.


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