A game version of Kafka’s short story. The narration serves as clue to solve every scene’s puzzle and to advance to the next paragraph of the story.
As I wrote in my joke IGF 2012 submission, this game is ugly but has a big heart. This is my first videogame ever, made in 2008 with artworks kindly provided by Mario Porpora, Luca Francesco Rossi and Nicolò Tedeschi and music by Nicolò Sala.
The game tries to replicate the frustration in Kafka’s narration as an interaction device.
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