Alone in the Park delivers a slow-paced, low-octane blend of text and graphical adventure gameplay that will have you fully reclined on your chaise longue. Play as a rather misanthropic gamer who finds herself lured away from her computer to embark upon a real world quest: finding hidden treasure in a National Park. Annoyingly, doing this requires her to locate and reassemble pieces of a treasure map. And instead of being populated with cool creatures like giant vampire squid bats or something, the park's forests, lakes and mountains are home to the lamest NPCs imaginable. This treasure had better be fucking legendary. Alone in the Park features: - Around 4 hours of gameplay - A map to travel around around with, and a clear, visual way to interact with characters and items (no conversation trees) - Geographical puzzles and classic adventure game style quests - An idiosyncratic tone of humour and narrative voice - Satirical music
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"Oh that kid? Don't bother giving him advice. He's way too pre-successful to listen to losers like us."
7hours 51mins ago
"Pre-successful". Young person who hasn't yet failed (nor succeeded) in life goals. Compares failures of older peers with their pre-success.
7hours 57mins ago
I'll be prepared to accept the idea of play as revolutionary the day the police switch to shooting people with toy guns.
Nov 21 2014, 6:34pm
@SeeBeeWhitman hey look if Wired and Gizmodo and fans of Top Gun think it's good for society then who are we to state the obvious
Nov 21 2014, 2:38pm
@SeeBeeWhitman I love the way the text message in that image invites the driver to...watch a video. ffs.
Nov 21 2014, 2:29pm
I'm never going anywhere a road ever again. The future looks way too dangerous. Is this an elaborate troll? T.co
Nov 21 2014, 2:23pm
@v21 the divine right of kings at least made moral sense
Nov 20 2014, 7:37pm
@dotarray ah righto. that's quite an empire!
Nov 20 2014, 7:21pm
Just saw Surprise Attack described in the press as a publisher. Game publishing deals have gotten so bad we have vanity publishing now?
Nov 20 2014, 7:19pm