Video games do destruction all too well, but Canadian indie developer Greg Lobanov seems to have made it his mission to focus on the constructive and creative. Lobanov is following up his winsome music-focused project Wandersong with Chicory: A Colorful Tale, an innovative new Zelda-esque adventure that lets players paint literally everything in its black-and-white world while exploring topics many creative types may find hit rather close to home.
Chicory’s coloring-book world is a neat concept that ought to appeal to kids, families, and those who just have an insatiable itch to doodle, but is the end result worthy of a spot on the fridge?
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