Explore. Moira Leech awaits, ripe for exploration. Who needs a steady income from a job anyway, in The Ocean Will Have Us All? If you do feel the need for such, however, by all means… go to work, and then go home to sleep. Rinse and repeat. Alternatively, you could, you know, live a little! As it turns out, sticking your finger in an electrical socket is possible in this one. How rather peculiar.
In case you haven’t realized it already, here it is, just in case: The Ocean Will Have Us All is an exploration game in the most literal sense. Oh, and it also takes place in a truly strange world. One in which, I believe only by breaking the rules and sticking it to the man, will an adventure truly unfold before the player. I mean, look at the trailer below all this, and tell me that’s a reflection on any human being’s daily life. Because if it is, they’re on something seriously bad and you should try to get them to seek professional help immediately.
Experience a day in the subatomic life of Moira Leech.
Right. Anyway, The Ocean Will Have Us All might seem like a bit of an eerie title, although chances are, this is well-reflected in the game itself. Its Steam page does after all note how it is possible to “Stick your finger in an electrical socket!”. If that’s not a quick path to the game over screen, I’ll be very surprised. But maybe something deeper lurks beneath it all, only available to those willing to be a risk-taker as “tangential subplots” awaits… somewhere. Perhaps right around the corner, in this “neutopian mysterium adventure game” from Moloch Media, needing naught but a few broken rules to trigger. Only one way to find out: get in trouble!