Dorkly does Limbo - destructoid

Dorkly does Limbo

9:00 PM on 02.27.2012

Victoria Medina

Contributor


Limbo is one of those games that works well because of its atmosphere. When you take that element away, like Dorkly did, you end up with something silly, and maybe a little bit scary, like the above video. Just be warned, once you've seen this video you can never unsee it.

Lollipop Spiders. That's all I've got to say.

Limbo with a flashlight [Dorkly]




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