By James Hawkins in Misc Nonsense
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 2:00 pm
Yep, Samuel Beckett's short absurdist play has been made into a video game. If you've read Waiting for Godot, the premise of this game alone is kind of hilarious (ah, as... you know... nothing actually happens except for some folly and arguing. Sorry. Spoiler alert). If you've never read it, you'll find this to be real stupid.
Here's the link to the site, where you can download the full game. On your journey, you'll learn a little bit about what is likely the most influential play of the past hundred years.
We're Joystick Division, and we're devoted to bringing you Philistines from the cultural dark ages into the now and making you into well-rounded, renaissance adults.
[Kudos to Omnivoracious for the vid. And to VectorBelly for the concept/execution.]