In I Know I'm Not Alone there's an encoded message being displayed. For every person in the game at the same time, a different letter of the alphabet clears up and the message becomes a little bit more visible. There's only one way of reading the message: together.
You don’t have to do anything, really. There are no controls to learn because there are no controls. You just have to be there. While you’re there, however, we invite you to wonder: in which ways games connect people? And, perhaps, also: what purpose does our quality standards serve? Are designers and developers congregating their players? Or are they painting themselves into corner niche markets? In what ways the graphics we polish and the mechanics we fine tune are pulling us apart, instead of bringing us together?
In I Know I'm Not Alone, there's only one way of reading the message.
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