October 10th, 2013 | By Alex Wilkinson
Hello and welcome back to another Indie Intermission today I have something rather serene for you to help you mellow out and get away from a busy week.
Today’s pick is Kyoto from Illogic Tree and although named after the beautiful Japanese city really the game has nothing to do with the place.
Kyoto is an audio-reactive game that relies on music and some beautiful visuals to help stimulate your own imagination as you immerse yourself in the beauty that is Kyoto.
It’s entirely a game about discovery and growing this seed into a beautiful tree in a wonderful setting that helps set the scene and the tone of the game overall, making for one fantastic experience.
Although a rather short adventure it’s surly one you will not forget for sometime as the vibrant scene that is created will be one that sticks in your mind long after you finish the game.
Average play time – 7 minutes
Kyoto is a great way to relax and just get away from your daily grind as it creates many stunning visuals and relaxing audio tones that hit you straight in your heart.
Kyoto is a wonderful way to escape reality and a fantastic way to unwind after a long and stressful day. If you would like to give Kyoto a go head to the developers site and download it, you won’t regret it.
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