Little Nightmares 2 review – puzzler’s quest in a fever-dream fairytale | Games

Like its 2017 predecessor, Little Nightmares 2 is a fever-dream made playable, with the creepy, disturbing edge of a Brothers Grimm fairytale or Jan Svankmajer animation, albeit carefully leavened with rare but powerful uplifting moments. It’s superminimal, eschewing even a single word of dialogue; we control a child, Mono, who Continue Reading

Bill Gates: ‘Carbon neutrality in a decade is a fairytale. Why peddle fantasies?’ | Technology

Bill Gates appears via video conference – Microsoft Teams, not Zoom, obviously – from his office in Seattle, a large space with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Lake Washington. It’s a gloomy day outside and Gates is, somewhat eccentrically, positioned a long way from the camera, behind a large, kidney-shaped desk; his Continue Reading

Röki review – Scandinavian fairytale with a razor-sharp edge | Adventure games

This impressively rich point-and-click adventure game from the British indie studio Polygon Treehouse sweeps players into a sprawling Scandinavian fairytale with a razor-sharp edge. The protagonist, a young girl named Tove, must navigate a strange cel-shaded landscape to rescue her mischievous brother Lars from the clutches of a mythical beast. Continue Reading