I downloaded and played Indecision on a whim. The unassuming pixel art and straightforward presentation didn't prepare me for all of the weird little platforming vignettes inside. It only took a few seconds for me to fall completely in love with it.
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A Slow Year, the anthology of "video game poems" Dr. Ian Bogost wrote for the Atari 2600, has published a special edition befitting a work of art. The box is hand-crafted and bound in red leather, with foil-stamped gold lettering. The set sells for $US500 and only 20 are available, but admiring it is free.
Regular listeners of British podcast OneLifeLeft will be intimately familiar with the work of Craig "The Rage" McLelland. Since most of you don't listen, though, I feel compelled to point out his new book of poetry. Video game poetry.