Joel has played independent games for the past seven years on several websites including IndieGames.com, Siliconera Gamasutra Gamasutra, Warp Door, CG Magazine and more, and has written books on Undertale and P.T. over the past seven years. Joel is constantly looking for digital experiences that go beyond what games can be and are trying to plunge into the creative process, from the meanings and emotional work of artists. Anodyne 2: Back to Dust captures the sense of adventure in huge 3D countries filled with beautiful creatures and unforgettable characters. To help them, Nova can shrink and permeate their minds by removing dust from their minds with a special vacuum cleaner. Many of these people suffer directly or indirectly from dust, changing their state of mind or that of their loved ones. But because their minds are polluted, you need to find dangerous creatures in them and use the vacuum cleaner to suck up problems or throw projectiles at them to harm them. Anode 2: Back to dust is now available at the Humble Store, Itch. io, Kartridge, GOG and Steam. During your stay here, you’ll find expressions of the characters’ thoughts and memories, creating a pleasant combination of stories and actions, as you literally discover who they are. Nanodouste distorts emotions and desires, so you really don’t want it stuck in your head. Bring closeness to your characters as you save them from within yourself and find out who they are, as well as the exciting actions as you fight monsters in a ghost. Fortunately, Nova has a vacuum cleaner to take it away. Everything in the impressive visual style of Game Boy Advance. By continuing to use this site, you agree to its use. Just send it to your brain to use it.