June 10, 2023


Just Do Travel

Lost Japanese adventure game from 1999 resurfaces on Steam, and it’s so weird I can’t describe it in a headline

I will kick off with a recognize that some of what you are about to see is decidedly NSFW. It can be for older people.

In the 1990s, Japanese surrealist artist Tomomi Sakuba recognized that he could make a recreation with the free of charge HyperCard computer software on his Mac. Soon after a several prototypes, he started off working on what would sooner or later turn out to be Garage: Negative Aspiration Adventure, a weird and disturbing position-and-click journey about a fetal biomechanical creature navigating a parapsychological and disturbingly sexualized, but not explicitly sexy, environment.