Saturday, April 23, 2011

The FoldingStory universe saw some pretty dramatic growth last week, due in no small part to several positive reviews that were posted on Thursday. A “Browser Pick” at IndieGames.com, Michael Rose wrote:

I didn’t think I was going to enjoy it at first…[h]owever, once you get properly into it, there’s plenty of fun to be had.

Be careful, Michael, you might just get addicted. Read the whole post.

David Sanchez of GameZone.com enjoyed the casual nature of gameplay and had this to say:

FoldingStory isn’t a traditional video game. In a way, you could argue that it isn’t a video game at all. But because of its growing community, emphasis on multiplayer collaboration, and inclusion of a leaderboard, it certainly feels like one.

Read the entire piece and let us know what do you think about our little “offbeat game.” Is it a game? A distraction? A waste of time? A luminous vision for the future of gaming?

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