The Not A Book Club game for discussion on 20th September 2017
‘Samorost 3’ is by Amanita Design, the independent developer of award-winning puzzle games
like ‘Machinarium’ and ‘Botanicula’.
Find out more here http://samorost3.net/
Play it on PC, Mac, iOS and Android.
It follows a curious space gnome who uses the magical powers of a mysterious flute to travel through the cosmos in search of its origins.
Samorost 3 is Amanita’s most ambitious experience yet, combining the intricate logic puzzles of Machinarium with
Botanicula’s more relaxed gameplay and tone.
Players will journey across nine uniquely alien worlds, each a distinctive
ecosystem teeming with colourful creatures, characters, challenges, achievements and surprises to discover.
Brought alive by detailed artwork and expressive animations, Samorost 3’s surreal landscapes and life forms draw a balance
between stylishly bizarre and believable.
The game’s eclectic audio and soundtrack — composed by inventive musician Floex — are both abstract and atmospheric, frequently playing key roles alongside environmental clues in the game’s puzzles and mini-games.
This game will be discussed at Not A Book Club on Wednesday 20th September.
You can join us physically to discuss your thoughts on the game at the National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham, UK.
You can find out more information and let us know you are coming by joining the Facebook group.
You can now follow the Not A Book Club publication here www.notabook.club and submit your thoughts on the game to exist online…FOREVER!!!!
We look forward to hearing and reading everyone’s thoughts and responses :-)
Not A Book Club is a bi-monthly meet-up at the National Videogame Arcade where we gather to critically discuss our thoughts on a chosen game.
Free to join
Join us physically on…or submit your thoughts by the 3rd Wednesday of the meet-up month.
Not A Book Club is a monthly meet-up at the National Videogame Arcade where we gather to critically discuss our thoughts on a chosen game.
Free to join
Join us physically on…or submit your thoughts here by the 3rd Wednesday of the meet-up month.