The screenshots and videos from U.K.-based studio Andalusian's Tangiers are unsettling -- deep with jagged shadows and discordant colors, the graceful, spindly-legged gait of the not-quite-human protagonist. Even to perhaps the most jaded eye, Tangiers has an eerie appeal, and all the hallmarks of a cult hit.
Alex Harvey conceived of Tangiers, quitting his job of five years to create his first-ever video game, forming Andalusian Games with friend Michael Wright (the name is a nod to Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí's "Un Chien Andalou"). It's a culmination of his passions: the twisted world of absurdist surrealism with stealth-based gameplay and exploration. … Read more