Perfection is the calmest I've been while cutting things - destructoid

Perfection is the calmest I've been while cutting things

3:30 PM on 06.13.2013

No wrists, just shapes

One of my favorite parts of E3 is the Indiecade portion of the show. There are so many varieties of games present that you're guaranteed to like something. I've always been interested in games that can make you feel different emotions. So far, we have a lot of games that make us feel awesome and violent, but very few that make us feel at peace. Perfection aims to change that.

Check out the video for more information on this puzzling/zen/cutting game.


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