April 7, 2013 11:14 PM | John Polson
Browser game One is an abstract puzzler about desire and homosexuality, as described by its creators, Saxon Douglass (Love Hotel) and Harriet Lloyd. The game was made this weekend for MIT's QUILTBAG Jam, which focused on making queer games.
The goal in One should be rather evident, once you click the mouse to nudge your green square in the direction of other colored squares. The developers created One using Brian Moriarty's Perlenspiel, which is a tool new to me and the blog, so I thought I'd mention it, too.
Combine like colored squares by pushing them into each other. You can combine more than two together at once.