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The Sea Will Claim Everything
The Sea Will Claim Everything almost wins awards
January 10, 2013 - JonasKyratzes
The end of the year has brought recognition for The Sea Will Claim Everything like a strange old man bringing weirdly-coloured cookies that you can't eat but that look interesting on your wall.
TSWCE made two of IndieGames.com's best of the year lists: #12 in the general Indie Games category and #2 in Indie Adventure Games.
It's the biggest game in the surreal and wonderful Lands of Dream, it sports one of the best soundtracks we've ever encountered, its unique hand-drawn visuals wouldn't feel out of place in a children's book, it tells a story that will make you proud of gaming (and possibly think), it features dozens of odd characters, it's huge, it's got impressive walls of text and it even features two of the smartest puzzles we've encountered, but these are not the reasons you should play The Sea Will Claim Everything. No. You should play this game because it can actually help you become a better person.
TSWCE was also runner-up for Best Original Script in the Telegraph video game awards.
A surreal, intelligent adventure blends magical fantasy with a dash of realism. It takes an exceptional writer to weave absurdity and believability together to create such a vivid tale, and Kyratzes manages it effortlessly.
See? This is why The Sea Will Claim Everything should be on Steam. Right? Yes? Hello?