I remain hard at work (or play, technically) on Blendo Games‘ Quadrilateral Cowboy. This game has a welcome stranglehold on my free time and my brain. Getting stumped is easy, making finding solutions all the more gratifying. You can see my struggle in my latest Let’s Play of Quadrilateral Cowboy linked below.
In case you missed it, you can see more information on the game and my first Let’s Play video here. Between both videos, I played the previous entries in this connected series of games, Gravity Bone and Thirty Flights of Loving. Both of these titles occur in the same universe as Quadrilateral Cowboy. Both games have a combined trailer for the unfamiliar, tell unique stories, and are roughly 10-30 minutes in total gameplay. Now I know that what separates Cowboy from its predecessor is not only game length, but how everything in each environment is interactive.
Check out part 2 of my Cowboy Let’s Play below, which remains one of my favorite games of the year!
Warning: NSFW language, since I have a limited vocabulary.