Step into an eerie world of buzzing dread and cut-up surrealism

If David Lynch and William S. Burroughs collaborated on an assassin's journey through a quivering desert city of spindly-legged Salvador Dali monsters and menacing Buñuel eyeballs, it would look and sound a lot like Tangiers, a Kickstarter-backed video game that is close to its goal of becoming an alternate reality.

This Surrealist Stealth Game is Close to Being Funded

Tangiers, an ambitious, surrealist stealth game from a two-man studio called Andalusian out of Bristol, seems like my kinda jam.

Click here to view this www.kickstarter.com embed.

The game is currently about 8 days and £8,000 away from being funded. So if you’re like me and you want more surrealist art games influenced by William S. Burroughs, this is probably your jam too.

For more info, hit up their Kickstarter or their site.

[Thanks to commenter Thezombiemessia and Rock Paper Shotgun for the friendly reminders]

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