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Minkomora is a wee game that explores the concept of, well, exploration. It's a deliberately easy-going affair, and the game presents itself simply as a small, strange world to roam around and hang out in. There is no violence or mayhem, just a collection of scenes to take in and move between, all with no rush or bother to worry about.
Art and sound play a big role, clearly, and they support the vibe strongly. Make sure to check out the manual, too, as the plentiful key art is as strong as the game itself!
Reasons You Might Like This
Perfect for people not too familiar with games, but who easily leap into new adventures. Minkomora has a unique combination of visuals, sound, and design that work together well to present something tiny and beautiful, like the worlds' chillest terrarium. A new space worth experiencing is a rare commodity on the internet these days and while Minkomora might be brief, it's strong enough to warrant revisiting.
Reasons You Might Not Like This
There has been something of a re-evaluation of "exploration for exploration's sake" games lately in the games criticism scene and while I think Minkomora represents the very best of that class, anyone who expects a traditional game experience with action or strategy mechanics will be disappointed. And even for its format, I would have loved to see even more of this world, with maybe some more chances for some light interaction. But when one of your main complaints is that the game leaves you wanting more...