Ed Key and David Kanaga’s collaborative musical exploration game Proteus raised eyebrows equally for its distinctive visual style and interactive music, as much as for its intentional lack of challenge and objectives. Tony Atkins, Sean O’Brien, Darren Forman and James Carter discover the wonder of nature without ever leaving the comfort of their own homes.
Music used in this issue:
1: Sunset Form by David Kanaga
2: Nodeland Autumn by David Kanaga
3: Nodeland in Summer by David Kanaga
4: Nodeland in Winter by David Kanaga
5: Credits by David Kanaga
Cane and Rinse 107 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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