Passage

Today i came across an amazing ode to life in the shape of a game – Passage, as in real life, you can only move forward, and time is a limited resource, we know we’ll die in the end, that’s the only thing certain in the game. Seems a bit sad of course, but the simplicity of it and at the same time the easiness as one engages in the game is unique and certainly a matter that could be applied to a whole lot of other developments as Mark Hurst suggest in his newsletter and by which I came across this special game.

One of the things I found particular disturbing at the beggining the fact that I could only see a tiny fraction of the ‘maze’, and only after reading the author notes it made all the sense, like in life one can only disclose a small part of all that surrounds us, all those things in life that are there for us to see, but paths and decisions that we take, may allow us to see them or not, it’s really up to you and in the end, all the decisions count.

Passage

For everyone out there, you should really play it, simple, powerfull and in the end truly amazing and inspirational!
Thanks Jason!