Video Review - Cart Life
Join Homer Rabara backstage at the IGF and GDC 2013 awards as he talks with the winners!Posted Mar 28, 2013 | 8:37 | 683 Views
From the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, we bring you the Independent Games Festival Awards 2013.Posted Mar 28, 2013 | 44:20 | 1,824 Views
Andrus slings papers and tries to make ends meet in this gameplay video of Cart Life.Posted Jan 14, 2013 | 2:30 | 792 Views
Vinny noshes on bagels, gets his cart in position and dashes to the supermarket to grab a few things for the day ahead.Posted Jan 14, 2013 | 2:30 | 381 Views
Here's the official trailer for Cart Life, an IGF finalist.Posted Mar 26, 2013 | 2:22 | 135 Views
- Jan 14, 2013
Carolyn Petit repeats the daily grind in this video review for Cart Life.
for some reason all the videos dont work because the elderscrolls online ad is doing something wierd
This intrigues me, how could a game like this end? do you just work until you're old enough to retire? or until you die?
Seems like an interesting game. The "bugs" they spoke of in the review though, what if that was on purpose? As a burger flipper, I can say no matter how hard you try there always seems to be something that can go wrong, regardless of a perfect sleep schedule, correctly made dough, or picking your daughter up on time (not including the terrible pay). From the sound of it these bugs are nuances driving the player closer to the characters mundane lives. If anything the bugs seem like they are giving the player perspective on the characters by helping them complete their "simple" tasks while dealing with relative hardships that compose their lives, rather than sitting from a "Gods" point of view while everything goes as finely as the player clicked it. That's just a thought... haven't played the game, and definitely don't get payed to.
I want to play it, yet somehow I know when I do I will walk away more depressed than entertained. =P