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  1. Hi. I'm a long-time viewer of Freeman's Mind and Game Dungeon, who has finally decided to join the community. That said, I'm a bit of a habitual lurker, though I'm trying to overcome it.
  2. Obsidian (1996) A first-person point-and-click adventure game published by the short-lived SegaSoft, and developed by the shorter-lived Rocket Science. Though critically acclaimed at the time of release, it sold so poorly that it ended up virtually unknown. It's sort of like a science-fiction Alice in Wonderland (as the 'Wonderland' in question was created by a rogue artificial intelligence.) It has such a unique brand of weird that I haven't seen anywhere else; a fascinating and occasionally unsettling blend of the alien and the familiar, with lots of dream logic. 'Techno-organic' is a term that was mentioned in some promotional text for the game, and I think it really hits the nail on the head as far as the overall feel is concerned. I think it would be an excellent fit for Game Dungeon. Screenshots: Some footage: https://youtu.be/nHP8ZkGq31Y?t=97 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl_XupuNG1o
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