Here's one more snippet of glitch-adventure-puzzler-platformer (?) Small Radios Big Televisions, a game that's in contention for Most Indie Band Sounding Name for an Indie Video Game. Visually, it's also up for an award in the Best Upcycling of Fez's Sound & Vision But Taking It Further so Don't Stop There category.
This new gameplay trailer jumps back and forth between Small Radios Big Televisions' 2D and 3D worlds; from the sprite-like to the polygonal. The fabric weaving together both ends of this graphical journey is: the music. At least from what I can tell. You can listen to one of the tracks for free right now, "Tundra," on Bandcamp. It's that sweet, sweet retrowave stuff that should be the soundtrack for any and all indie game documentaries made in the 2010's.
Have another look. Everything seems all clean and straightforward at first. Then it feels like someone starts unspooling the VHS tape out onto the sidewalk. If the VHS tape was your small intestine. I'm starting to feel a little disturbed by it, yeah. But I think that's the point.
Small Radios Big Televisions has just over two weeks to go, launching on PS4 on November 8.