The Norwood Suite is a trippy adventure game made by jazz musician Cosmo D
Games don't get much weirder than this.
The worlds of video games and jazz are set to collide later this year with the release of The Norwood Suite, an irreverent first-person adventure game developed by the New York musician and game developer Cosmo D.
Set in Hotel Norwood, home to all manner of bizarre characters, Internet routers with human eyeballs and creepy statues with glowing faces, The Norwood Suite wants you to explore its weird and wonderful world at your own pace, poking and prodding at its surreal seams while Cosmo D's eclectic soundtrack pulses in the background.
The Norwood Suite looks like a delightfully absurd journey into a world unlike any other, and we're excited to check it out when it launches on Steam on 3 October.
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