I will admit right now that, even while I'm downloading Cargo: The Quest for Gravity on Steam, I have no idea what it's about. I found out about the game on RPS' recently published impressions piece, but I don't want to read it yet because this seems like the kind of game I want to be surprised by.
So far, I know it has small, midget-like people with weird, old-person faces. Frankly, that's enough to convince me that we're looking at something special. The game also comes from Ice-Pick Lodge, the crazy Russian guys responsible for Pathologic and The Void. Even if the game turns out to not be great, it's sure to be memorable.
It's $19.99, and I'll be back later with my Jimpressions. I am really looking forward to seeing what this is all about!
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