“Dreaming Mary” is a tricky little VX Ace Lite game billed sarcastically as “story about a girl who opens doors and a man who’s very passionate about agriculture” by its creator. “Mary” recently sprung to popularity (though, of course, no where near to the extent of a certain foul-mouthed Pomeranian who must NOT BE NAMED) and has been praised for its lavish art style, deep and obvious symbolism, vocals, and story.
I love games which poorly attempt to disguise their hidden horror content as much as the next fat person, but since it’s already been reviewed copiously, I thought I’d offer instead a brief musical analysis on what I felt effectively emphasized the narrative, visuals, or gameplay.
This commentary is, of course, intended for those who are familiar with the game. SPOILERS HO! Read more about Best Indie Game Music: Dreaming Mary Soundtrack by Trass …
Games like Oneshot are rare, so you want to be there so you can brag about it twenty years from now to your friends and disinterested children.
If you’ve ever seen me attempt a platformer, it is a grueling and arduous process accompanied by a series of choice expletives, desperate wailing and gnashing of the teeth, all five stages of grief, and a sudden onslaught of artificial British accents.
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Hi-ho! Plaster the brain here, bringing you some sweet recent point and click adventures with expected new chapters slated for Summer 2014! What better way to spend the beach season than getting a sick tan from the dim light of your monitor? Your friends want to invite you to their lake house? Tell them you’re busy clicking inventory items and trying to use them on everything help me I can’t play video games aaaa
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