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April 4, 2011 12:51 PM   Subscribe

Osada is an "interactive music video" from the creators of Machinarium.
posted by brundlefly (9 comments total) 12 users marked this as a favorite

 
Oh, they're good.
posted by OverlappingElvis at 1:18 PM on April 4, 2011


I'm not much of a gamer but Machinarium was totally perfect and one of the very few games I actually played all the way through. This certainly is not a game but incredible fun nonetheless and incredibly clever use of loops.

awesome.
posted by victors at 1:27 PM on April 4, 2011


I actually found this to be more of a game than I was expecting. There were a couple parts where it was frustratingly opaque what I was supposed to do next (which I've found to be a fault in their games as well, even though I love them otherwise). And I was kind of bummed that there's no conclusion (it just loops back to the start). Some lovely characters though— I especially loved the belching indian animation in one of the early scenes.
posted by brightghost at 1:39 PM on April 4, 2011


Really awesome.
posted by Potomac Avenue at 2:09 PM on April 4, 2011


And I was kind of bummed that there's no conclusion (it just loops back to the start).

I actually liked that. When you first play the game the musicians are just these mysterious guys around the campfire, but the second time through you have some impressions of them from the rest of the game. Subtle and awesome.
posted by The Devil Tesla at 2:19 PM on April 4, 2011


At the risk of being "that guy"...a bunch of Native Americans sitting around getting drunk? Really?
posted by Betty_effn_White at 4:53 PM on April 4, 2011


Yeah not the most politically correct game out there. But hey, they're European, right?

otherwise very fantastic. the shivering face was my favorite.
posted by ropeladder at 8:06 PM on April 4, 2011


This made me feel...off. Hope I don't have any weird dreams tonight...
posted by Evernix at 8:08 PM on April 4, 2011


It reminded me of Little Big Planet.
posted by cerulgalactus at 9:05 PM on April 4, 2011


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