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Pale Machine is a playable mouth and eyeball music video

Feb 01 // Jonathan Holmes

Eat your corny flakes

What did you get on Christmas last year? If you're a daily Destructoid reader, then the answer is "a free weird videogame" in the form of Beokay, a music infused space shooting romp. Beokay was the first release in the Pale Machine Expansion Pack, a series of free games that coincide with an album of songs by Calum Bowen

The latest game in the series is by Ben Esposito (Perfect Stride, Unfinished Swan), and it's one of the most Katamari-ish yet. I enjoyed interacting with the world, discovering what I might see and feel, all while listening to the strange and energetic music. Warning: there may be some abstract boobs in there. Don't play if that might cause problems for you. 


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