Quantcast
Kentucky Route Zero devs release free game - Destructoid

DestructoidJapanatorTomopopFlixist



Kentucky Route Zero  



Kentucky Route Zero devs release free game


4:45 PM on 02.11.2013
Kentucky Route ZeroKentucky Route Zero devs release free game photo



Chances are, if you played the first act of Kentucky Route Zero, you're anxiously awaiting the second. Well, Cardboard Computer has released something that isn't quite the second act, but it does take place in the same world and may or may not be important.

Titled Limits & Demonstrations, this free, short adventure into the universe that Kentucky Route Zero established explores the art of the fictional Lula Chamberlain. These are pieces are fittingly bizarre, seemingly made of relics of days gone by. Will Lula tie into the core episodes? Will any of this ever be mentioned? Only time will tell.

It's something to think about while we wait for the second episode of Kentucky Route Zero. It's also a decent introduction to the style of the game for those who have not played it yet.








Comments not appearing? Anti-virus apps like Avast or some browser extensions can cause this.
Easy fix: Add   [*].disqus.com   to your software's white list. Tada! Happy comments time again.

Did you know? You can now get daily or weekly email notifications when humans reply to your comments.






timeline following:
Kentucky Route Zero



2:30 PM on 02.11.2014
Don't panic, Act III of Kentucky Route Zero is on the way

Part of the drawback with games released in an episodic fashion is that you're always clamoring for the next installment. Whether it's The Wolf Among Us or The Dream Machine, some of my favorite recent episodic titles have be...more



4:30 PM on 11.22.2013
Enjoy this Kentucky Route Zero play 'The Entertainment'

Whilst I check everyday to see if Act III of Kentucky Route Zero has downloaded, the folks at developer Cardboard Computer have released a standalone experience called The Entertainment. You'll take control of an uncredited a...more



6:00 PM on 07.23.2013
Steam who? Kentucky Route Zero half off for 48 hours

Kentucky Route Zero was an option during one of the Summer Steam Sale's "Community Choice" sales, but did you guys choose it? NO! Everyone picked freaking Dragon's Lair. Seriously? Dragon's Lair. What the heck, everyone ...more



3:00 PM on 06.02.2013
Kentucky Route Zero Episode 2 is out now

The surreal point-and-click adventure Kentucky Route Zero has finally released its second episode, after a few delays. Originally it was set to release in April, but then it was pushed back into May. It technically ...more



7:30 PM on 03.28.2013
Kentucky Route Zero's future episodes dated

If I'm being honest, I want the Kentucky Route Zero developers, Cardboard Computer, to take as much time as they need perfecting each and every episode of the game. But if I'm being serious, I want them all right fr...more



8:30 AM on 03.28.2013
Cart Life and FTL win big at the Indie Games Festival

The Game Developers Conference currently going on in San Francisco is home to the Independent Games Festival. A couple of months ago, the finalists were revealed. Last night, the winners were revealed. Richard Hofmeier’...more



5:00 PM on 02.24.2013
Kentucky Route Zero is now on Steam

Kentucky Route Zero, an intriguing and super weird adventure game, has made its way to Steam, courtesy of Greenlight. Though I don't normally enjoy point-and-click adventure games, Kentucky Route Zero blew me away w...more



6:00 PM on 01.29.2013
Review: Kentucky Route Zero

If I described Kentucky Route Zero as an episodic point-and-click, I'd be selling it short. Sure, it's episodic -- and, yeah, you move your mouse to point and click, but this game is something else. Something bigger. Somethin...more




reviews

12:00 PM on 04.16.2014
Review: Steins;Gate

Time travel is infinitely more interesting once you leave the trappings of the TARDIS or any one of those familiar (some would say hackneyed) science fiction mainstays behind. Steins;Gate, the visual novel that inspired a ...more



4:00 PM on 04.14.2014
Review: Putty Squad

Of all of the games to get a PS4 remake, you'd probably never put Putty Squad, an SNES game from 1994, at the top of the list. But here we are in 2014 with a full-on re-imagining, with more or less the same platforming mechanics that still work nearly 20 years later. The only problem is, System 3 Software has opted to charge $29.99 for a decidedly dated game -- which is a bit of a problem.more



1:00 PM on 04.14.2014
Review: Half-Minute Hero: The Second Coming

The original Half-Minute Hero was a very special and intriguing game. It boiled down an entire genre to its barest essentials, reducing the interminably long JRPG to just thirty seconds of gameplay. Both a heartfelt tribute a...more



View all reviews






Back to Top




All content is yours to recycle through our Creative Commons License permitting non-commercial sharing requiring attribution. Our communities are obsessed with videoGames, movies, anime, and toys.

Living the dream since March 16, 2006

Advertising on destructoid is available: Please contact them to learn more