Posts filed under: Path to Luma

A wonderful write up from Amy, be sure to check it out here! Electrons may be tiny, but they’re big business: The $375 billion US energy market exists in order to generate the electrons that provide 321 million Americans with...
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Touch Arcade gave The Path to Luma a glowing review! Here’s the review in full. They gave it 4/5 stars. Most puzzle games don’t necessarily have an impactful message. I mean sure, some of them encourage critical thinking and educate...
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If you’d like to visit their site to read it, here’s the link! If you’re anything like the average person, you don’t spend much time thinking about where your energy comes from.  When your phone battery is running low, you find...
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From Mashable: http://mashable.com/2015/08/13/the-path-to-luma/ The Path to Luma, developed by Phosphor Games, centers on a robot named SAM (short for Sustainable Augmentation Model), who’s sent out by his homeworld to revitalize planets that have grown brown and dreary from resource overuse. Each...
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Here’s the full excerpt from the excellent article from Mashable. Whether they run on power cables or rechargeable batteries, video games have a codependent relationship with energy. So when a game asks you to think about the wheres and whys...
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