My name is Lufu and I am a potato.

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"Humanity, technology, and our accretion of miscellaneous stuff are compared unfavorably to the emptiness of the natural world. In later levels, twisted transmission towers and power lines invade the fields, dragging nature’s serenity into darkness and scorching some of your flower petals if they come into contact with the structures. The only technologies the game doesn’t hold in contempt are those that coexist with their natural surroundings, like wind turbines. On the whole, though, humanity and our inventions are stifling and malignant."

Our series on emptiness in games concludes with a look at thatgamecompany’s Flower.


What is a game club? Think of it as a book club, but for video games. Together we’ll play, watch, and discuss a selected title (following the schedule listed below) each week at the Mid-Manhattan Library.

Our first series will focus on the experimental video games of thatgamecompany’s Jenova Chen. At each event, participants will have an opportunity to play (and/or watch) the selected game from 7-8 p.m. followed by a discussion from 8-8:30 p.m.

May 22: Journey

May 29: Flower

June 5: Flow

June 12: Cloud

To RSVP (optional) or for more information, please visit

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I Was Born For This - Journey

Nascence - Journey OST


I just got into doing cold water splashes in the morning. When we have to wake up at 4 in the morning to be on-set, I will put ice cubes in a bowl and push my face into them. Basically I dunk for apples in this tub of ice. It just wakes everything up right away, but it’s also really good for your blood vessels and your pores, and tightens your skin and gets rid of swelling. Coffee’s not going to work, this is the only way.

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