Tag Archives | Visuals

…Don’t Look Back is an artsy game?

Don't Look Back

Don’t Look Back is a surprisingly fun game that’s as much art and story telling as it is gameplay.

The controls and the visuals are simple, but each ‘level’ has its own feel, so you’ll need to learn as you go and adapt to the world around you.

Just remember, don’t look back.

[Kongregate – Don’t Look Back]

[Via: Kotaku]

…It’s TGI Friday: Minesweeper Flash?

Minesweeper Flash

Happy Halloween everybody! Since Trick-Or-Treating isn’t for everyone, here’s a great game to play this weekend: Minesweeper Flash.

Minesweeper is the default time waster for anyone with a Windows computer and a few hours to kill, but with the addition of Flash, it’s a whole new game.

Thankfully, the gameplay itself is still the same, since it’s a classic for a reason, but with all new visuals, and as close to a storyline as Minesweeper is ever going to get (Edit: Actually, I take that back. THIS is the closest that Minesweeper is ever going to get to a storyline.), Minesweeper Flash gives the old dog new tricks, and you’ll be playing like a 16-year-old front desk clerk again in no time.

[Minesweeper Flash]

[Via: Random Good Stuff]

…The Vice Photo Book makes alternative look awesome?

The Vice Photo Book

Vice Magazine has never held back with their visuals; preferring to fill their pages with raw and uncut “alternative photography” from around the world.

Now you can enjoy “Vice Photographers”, “Vice’s Photojournalism”, “Vice Fashion”, and more in 335 pages of Vice anthology called The Vice Photo Book.

Buy it, toss it on a coffee table, and prepare to kick your alternative ego up a notch.

[Vice Magazine]

[Via: Format Magazine]