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Gorogoa is a completely hand-drawn puzzler of Magritte-esque surrealism

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Gorogoa, the IndieCade 2012 winner for visual design (opens in new tab) , is filled with exquisite hand-drawn illustrations. Crafted entirely by indie developer Jason Roberts, Gorogoa presents sliding tiles showing snippets of various worlds. Connecting or stacking each tile into a grid opens a "window" into the next tile set with startling seamlessness, joining seemingly unrelated sketches into a larger, complete picture. The last time we realized a surreal, cosmic connection exists between everything, our eyes looked like the one in the image above.

Head over to Gorogoa's website for a free demo download (opens in new tab) of Roberts' artful exploration.

Omri Petitte is a former PC Gamer associate editor and long-time freelance writer covering news and reviews. If you spot his name, it probably means you're reading about some kind of first-person shooter. Why yes, he would like to talk to you about Battlefield. Do you have a few days?