Review: The Invisible Hours

April 23, 2018 1 min read

What's it like to be a fly on the wall -- an innocuous bystander to everything else happening in the room? The Invisible Hours role-plays this fantasy, as it experiments with pure voyeurism and complete lack of agency. All the world's a stage but you're nothing more than a spectator.

It's an effective way of telling a story from multiple vantage points. But, getting a full view of the narrative comes at the cost of affecting the outcome in any way. It's a worthwhile trade-off. 

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