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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:Utopian post-apocalypse, April 21, 2016
by CMG (NYC)
When I hear the word “utopia,” I think about what regulations are required to sustain societies, and what would be required to sustain an “ideal” society. Many games written for the Tiny Utopias Jam have taken a different approach to the theme, imagining utopia as nothing more or less than a small moment set aside for decompression from daily life. Caelyn Sandel’s Tiny Beach probably exemplifies this best.
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Juuli, March 13, 2023 - ReplyPrevious | << 1 >> | Next
Stated beautifully. Exactly what I was going to write. Life, happiness and pleasure cannot exist without meaning; without sacrifice. Sacrifices are not always worth it; but the moments of peace that the storm brings to us in its lulls, between its galls, exist and exist indefinitely. They may not be the final goal but are little comforts along the way, and we should love and cherish them, should not take them for granted. This game, in my opinion, almost perfectly embodies that.