GIMME INDIE GAME: I FELL IN LOVE WITH THE MAJESTY OF COLORS


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12.11.2008

Brandon Boyer

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Currently making the rounds is Gregory Ludus Novus Weir’s I Fell In Love With The Majesty Of Colors, which he succinctly describes as “a tale of love, loss, and balloons.”

It does share a lot in common with Daniel Benmergui’s previously mentioned I wish I were the Moon, both aesthetically and in its multiple endings it’s up to the player to experiment with to ferret out. Part of me wishes Weir had the same confidence to leave the narrative implied rather than explicit, though I suspect that has more to do with its participants not ‘reading’ quite as clearly as The Moon‘s in their low-res form.

But either way it’s a successful playfully lonely Cthulu-ish journey of discovery that I’ll not go into too much detail on for fear of giving away its best lines — have a look and let us know what you think.

I Fell In Love With The Majesty Of Colors [Kongregate]

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  1. I absolutely loved this game. It was simple and very humane. I was rather proud of finding all five endings, as easy as they were.


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