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We all have our dark times, days when we feel as if we’re walking around in a dream and even familiar faces feel vaguely sinister. Coma, the free P.C game created by Thomas Brush, encapsulates this sense of dread perfectly. What’s even more impressive however, is that it does so in half an hour or less.
Stylized and highly beautiful, Coma has a film noir – like art direction, reminiscent of Limbo that lulls the player into a trance like state. The game opens in a dilapidated house with only a few rays of light filtering through the darkness. The journey through this somber and tired house out into the open reminded…
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