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Autumn Is A Game For Relaxing On Linux

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Autumn is one of those games that stretches the term game a little bit. There isn't a lot of interaction required, and it's more about relaxing and watching what happens.

It's interesting to see more and more of these experimental games appear, but Autumn to me feels a little lifeless. Sure that's part of the point, but it's not really all that relaxing either apart from the nice music.

You scroll along and direct your Prana to new trees to get to know them, and once you become friends you can then plant them and the cycle continues.

Oh...what's that? Half an hour went by already? Well I guess it's not all bad for me to lose track of time!

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More than a game, Autumn is a relaxing place for spiritual learning and growth with a soothing atmosphere.

In each game you play as a Spirit which depends on the natural world for its progress in life. As you help the world around you to thrive, you receive vital energy(Prana) in return. During the Autumn season, while the trees are shedding their leaves, orbs of Prana are released into the air, which you can absorb. Your own Prana can be utilized to help and change the world around you and to obtain spiritual teachings.

More than levels, puzzles or in-game progressions, Autumn’s focus is on the growth of the player. Not the one in the game, but the one in the chair.

There are no time limits, no enemies to defeat, no goals to reach… except the ones you set for yourself. Relax, learn, grow… and enjoy Autumn.

It's free to grab from You need to install the Love 2D game framework for it to run.

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Beamboom 28 Sep, 2014
Wonderful music indeed. I've become a big fan of ambient music. I've always preferred the electronic side of the music, but usually the upbeat genres.

But man, ambience is pure silk for the mind. Puting an ambient online stream (like Ambient Art Sound, Sleepbot, Bluemars, so forth) into your earbuds is an excellent way of falling asleep.
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