Gorogoa - jeffl
Gorogoa is a part of the Steam Summer Sale and you can pick up the game for 40% off through July 5th! The game + soundtrack bundle is also on sale, and we also have a discount on our publisher bundle that includes What Remains of Edith Finch.
Gorogoa - jeffl
Hi all!

We just released an update for Gorogoa that now includes the original 2012 demo of the game. The demo is unlocked once you complete the full game, where you can see how the art style has progressed, as well as similarities and differences with a few puzzle mechanics. For eagle-eyed fans, you may have noticed a new achievement added a few weeks ago related to the demo, which is now unlockable.

Additionally, the game is also available to purchase and download for Mac owners! We hope you continue to enjoy the game, as many others have already had, and please follow Gorogoa on Twitter for future updates.

Gorogoa - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (Alex Wiltshire)

This is The Mechanic, where Alex Wiltshire invites developers to discuss the difficult journeys they underwent to make the best bits of their games. This time, Gorogoa [official site].

Gorogoa is a game about fitting things together. Fitting a detail in one image with a detail in another and see how it produces something new. And in making it, developer Jason Roberts found that making things fit was one of the greatest challenges he faced, whether those things were puzzles into the game’s tiles, sequences into its story, or details into players heads.

Gorogoa is also a game about linking things together. You draw relationships between images and find them leading into and influencing wider themes. And in making it, Roberts found that each decision he made had profound effects on others, the biggest being limiting the game to its two-by-two grid. (more…)

Gorogoa - jeffl
On behalf of developer Jake Roberts and the team at Annapurna Interactive, we hope you enjoy this labor of love. Thank you for your support over the years!

-Jeff
Gorogoa - Valve
Gorogoa is Now Available on Steam and is 20% off!*

Gorogoa is an elegant evolution of the puzzle genre, told through a beautifully hand-drawn story designed and illustrated by Jason Roberts.

*Offer ends December 21 at 10AM Pacific Time
Gorogoa - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (John Walker)

We’ve been following the development of mind-bending, reality-warping, picture-based puzzler Gorogoa for five years, since it was first revealed in 2012. It then went on to win an IGF Award in 2014, despite being unfinished. And now, finally, it’s here. And as our review says, it’s magnificent. We spoke to lone developer Jason Roberts about the long development, the process of what to leave out, and how unknowability was woven into the fabric of the game. (more…)

Dec 12, 2017
Gorogoa - contact@rockpapershotgun.com (John Walker)

Gorogoa feels like a sort of magic that might fall apart in the understanding. It’s a beautiful story in which you solve puzzles more by instinct than deduction, and their solutions feel as magical as the process. Its impossibly overlapping world weaves a delicate fiction that stretches beyond the boundaries of its central conceit. (more…)

Gorogoa - jeffl
Hey all,

We're happy to announce that Gorogoa will be available on Steam on December 14th! We'll share any additional news and updates regarding the release and afterwards here. Thanks for your interest and support in Gorogoa - it's almost here!

-Jeff
Gorogoa - jeffl
Come check out Gorogoa at our PAX East booth (Annapurna Interactive // #16121) this weekend in Boston! We'll have a few PC stations set up for anyone to play through.

For the swag-inclined, we'll be giving away this awesome Pinny Arcade Gorogoa pin:



Play the Gorogoa demo and one other game at our booth and we'll hook you up with the pin for free. We'll have What Remains of Edith Finch and two new games playable there.

See you at PAX East!
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