If you've only just found us recently, then you may not know that we've been here a long time. Well over 3 years long, and we've featured and reviewed nearly 1500 games in that length of time. So you can imagine my surprise whenever a game we featured a long time ago gets a resurgence of attention, all of a sudden. It happened recently with the infectiously addictive, Nanaca Crash, and just this week we have seen a large influx of traffic to Levers, a wonderfully relaxing web toy created by Vector Park. Levers is a beautiful game that balances art and interactivity very nicely.
While reliving the experience again after all this time, I noticed a link in the bottom right corner to something I hadn't seen before, and so I decided to take a look. Could this be something new from them?
Although I am uncertain of its origin or release date, Feed the Head does represent a piece of interactive entertainment of a type we don't often see anymore. In this age of the rise of the Flash game as a mainstream commercial commodity, it seems that the talented people who previously spent their waking hours and days creating compelling artistic endeavors such as this, are now busy churning out the daily feature at Newgrounds, Miniclip or an advergame for the latest chewing gum. My, how things change.
So it gives me great pleasure to be able to share with you a little something the archives here are filled with if you take some time to look for them. There is perhaps no goal, no win condition. It's just plain fun to play. A piece of interactive art for you to discover on your own terms. Spend a couple minutes or an hour. Lose yourself. Feed your head. Escape.
Update: Now NEW and IMPROVED with new things to discover!