March 6, 2015 2:50 PM | Luca Colosso
Created for Jam for Leelah, and released about one week ago, SEAQUEST1992 doesn't simply try to raise awareness on trans youth issues in a hurried manner. It's a well thought out adventure game that in any case, results to be enjoyable whether you get the metaphorical references or not. Perhaps, that's why it stands out so much compared to the other 21 entries. On its side, though, it's good to note that there's also a very compelling visual style clearly inspired by N-64 games. Moreover, the original soundtrack that rewards the player with a new song whenever an area gets discovered, is so varied that will eventually satisfy every kind of musical tastes.