Do you ever walk through life feeling like it’s mostly full of mundane repetition and tasks that lack in fulfillment? In Mosaic your main character is trapped in such a situation, moving through his day surrounded by grey blandness. However, each new day he begins to see glimmers of beauty, color, and sometimes just outright trippy stuff that helps make it clear that there’s more out there if you’re willing to look at it. Less an actively engaging game and more of a semi-interactive experience Mosaic is creative and perhaps thought-provoking depending on how much you want to consider its message. I would imagine it’s a title where people will move firmly in one direction or another in terms of opinion, so be sure where you stand on the “games as experience first” concept before pulling the trigger.
Justin Nation, Score: