From the desk of Penrose

October 9, 2009

Byzantine Perspective

Filed under: Uncategorized — gpenrose @ 3:04 am

A game set in a museum.

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OK, I am an art student in a museum at night, trying to steal a chalice to support my art school tuition.  The game is really one large puzzle box.  The map is nearly essential for solving the puzzle, though a player could possibly map it themselves.  I won’t say any more than that, to avoid spoiling the game for anyone who may be reading this without having played it first (shame on you). 

You should play this game.  The solution to the puzzle is logical and satisfying, so that once you’ve  come to terms with your Byzantine perspective, everything else just falls into place.

This is the ninth game I’ve played in this comp, and only the second which would merit more than six out of ten on my rating scale.  Very sad year for entries.

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