March 27, 2015 6:50 PM | Luca Colosso
Out of all the freeware titles that James Earl Cox III had made over the last few years, there's a specific type of games which he labels as music video(game)s. They're different. In a sense, they're much more thoughtful. In fact, they're created starting from the soundtrack rather than the gameplay or the artwork, and their goal is to embody the chosen tune into an interactive experience that has to be as long as the song itself (and not a single second more). It'll All Be Ok is his latest addition to that series of games. It lasts roughly five minutes, and yet it manages to present the strong theme of the loss of a loved one in a fresh and extremely touching fashion.