On One With Nature


It’s a small game that makes a small argument, if there’s even an argument at all, but it’s beautifully constructed. It lures you in with the promise that there is always going to be something deeper, but eventually there isn’t. One With Nature rests on a weird kind of lie–it seems to suggest that we are all a part of nature despite everything we know. When you return to the deep blue room, you’re still a part of this grand ecosystem? It repeatedly gives you deep green, but it never deals with the eternal return of that harsh dark blue.

I liked it.

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