Inspector Kloo must solve another case. This time, you must find the hidden weapon to escape the cellar. It is not so easy!
Enjoy! – Fede
Well done. This is something that I’ve been nstreliwg with for a while. Art is supposed to allow us to connect with ourselves, with each other, with the world on some deeper level. It should lift us up, make us better. I’m not saying that escapist media can’t fill that same role, but so much art these days seems geared toward helping us to disconnect. From what? What are we escaping from? What is the abject horror that we’re all afraid of, that we’d rather retreat into media than face reality? I have nothing against escapism but the proliferation of it, to the destruction of everything else relationships, finances, literature, theater, other forms of entertainment bothers me. It becomes a replacement for, rather than an enhancement of, living a life.