Help Disturbed Characters Aboard A Philosophical Locomotive In Train Song | Indie Statik
- Abstractions and musings in indie games are generally a dime a dozen. Ergo, itâ€™s rather revelatory when you experience one that actually feels transcendent from the rest of the games out there. Train Song strikes me as an a game prescribed for people trying to discover what exactly theyâ€™re searching for in life. Crafted by Paul Andrew McGee and Dave McCabe, with Ronan Quigley on the drums, it reminds me of the gonzo, philosophical tone of The Phantom Tollbooth mixed with the limited time-based exploration of The Last Express. This seven-minute journey aboard a colorful train feels like traveling through the asylum from One Flew Over The Cuckooâ€™s Nest.