Walking in The Signal From Tölva

two reviews I read when I noticed the game was on sale.

PC Gamer:

In practice, there’s rarely a dull moment, and it’s all in the details. Exploration is enjoyable partly thanks to the sheer physicality of it. You don’t walk, you stomp, the camera gently jogging in a way that conveys a sense of weight without making you queasy. There’s a jump button you’ll barely need, but you’ll press it anyway, just because it feels brilliant: you can almost hear the shock absorbers wheezing as they cushion the impact of landing.

IGN:

And there will be . A lot of it, and at frustratingly lethargic speeds, even while running. slower pace allows you to feel the weight and chassis of your robot drone, but it’s a bit much considering the distances you have to cover. That turns shooter something that moves more like a “walking simulator,” which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but after a while that extra walking time feels like padding.

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You think this world is a dream come true, but your wrong // AUDIO from musical.ly // my edit

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Inspirational images from We Heart It. Thank you for always bringing that buzz into my life!

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“Don’t waste your love in the person who don’t love you”. Saved from elkayem.tumblr.com

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“how Charles Dickens helped save the house where William Shakespeare was born from the dastardly clutches of PT Barnum”

TG:

visited six years later, and in 1846 when it was announced that the house would be sold, conceived a cunning plan: he would buy it anonymously, ship every brick and timber to the US, and reconstruct it as the star attraction of his museum of curiosities.

“I soon despatched a trusty agent to Stratford-on-Avon armed with cash and full powers to buy the house, if possible, and have it carefully taken down, packed in boxes and shipped to New York. He was cautioned not to mention my name, and to give no hint that the building was ever to leave England,” Barnum recalled in his autobiography.

But word of his plans got out.

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Quotes — From Pinterest

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