This week on Zero Punctuation, Yahtzee gives a history lesson with Bob’s game.
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Life’s greatest experiences happen on your own. A serene walk up a grassy hill. A cool drink at the end of a long day. And of course the vile thing you think decency prevents me from specifying. But speaking of cum blasts, for our latest installment of Zero Punctuation’s casual guide to whoops, we’re not just saying moments in gaming history, we’re turning to the world of single-player developed indie games. It’s a world of contrasts: for every Undertale or Stardew Valley, there’s a Yandere simulator behind them breathing loudly through their mouths. But at least you can be assured of a purity of vision, suspicious and moronic and slightly humiliating to raise in mixed company, though that may be, and they provide unparalleled insight into an author’s mind and perceptions. . Of course, for this to work, there has to be a video game to convey that message, and that was the sticking point for today’s topic: a game from someone named Bob called Bob’s Game. There is this purity of artistic vision that I was talking about.