No flOw

Doh. flOw, or to be more accurate, Macromedia Flash, crashed my browser. Stupid slow work computer.

My little creature had all these segments and stuff sticking out of it as well, and I was at the point where the water (?) is murky and black. Just when I was attacking a bunch of other creatures as well. Typical. :P The objective is to dive, eat, and evolve. Pretty simple, really, but challenging and fun.

If I could get away with playing Cloud at work, I’d be playing that as well. You’re a flying… Child? God? I’m not sure. You fly around and you muck about with clouds. You gather them, purify them, make bigger ones, have your clouds fight with other clouds to make storms…

I’d heard about both of these games sometime last year, but didn’t blog about it. Anyhoo, it’s a slow period at the moment, and I don’t feel inclined to work too hard. Hm, let’s check Bloglines again.

  4 comments for “No flOw

  1. John
    26 December 2006 at 20:55

    Cloud is a wonderful game. It’s actually about a child who is sick in the hospital and goes on these trips flying around the clouds to escape the pains in the hospital. Very sad story. I found it very nice.

  2. 27 December 2006 at 07:01

    I was trying to find the post I read, but the developer of fl0w has apparently been contracted by Sony to make 2 additional games for the PS3. Obviously, fl0w has already been announced (though I am unsure if it has been released) for the PS3’s online download network.

  3. 27 December 2006 at 07:05

    I’d read about that. It’s exciting news. It would have been nice if flOw (and the other games) were also available for the Wii, as I’m not planning on buying a PS3 for a very long time, if at all (depending on those rumours about Metal Gear Solid 4 eventually being available for the Xbox 360!).

  4. 14 January 2007 at 23:26

    FLow Team are vets of the Interactive Media program I’m at (just had dinner with a few members last night). The game is coming along nicely, although it’s not the Geometry Wars people are hyping it up to be. It’s much more relaxing than that.

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