We recently posted about a bunch of year-end accolades Osmos has received. (Sometimes you just have to toot your own horn I guess. Toot toot!) But some of the articles we’ve come across are… different: philosophical, scientific, amusing…
Here’s a selection of a few of our recent favorites:
- “Think Like a Bacterium: Osmos, Naïve Quorum Sensing, & the iPad” by the Sport Linguist relates Osmos to “quorum sensing” and “technological human enhancement”.
- This “review” by Alexandre Guimond begins with Carl Sagan and ends with how Osmos is “the metaphorical statement of what we have become as a species, and how far we have come to understand the Cosmos.” Wow.
- “Osmos and The Free Market” by Daniel Primed takes an economics slant and compares Osmos to the free market. Interesting… though I guess that raises the question of whether or not our economy is a zero-sum game like the mass in Osmos.
And last but certainly not least, a four panel rage comic summing up the Osmos experience for one player