Have you ever wanted to know the meaning of life in a very peaceful and meaningful video game? Well this is not that game. This game takes flashing colors, disco music, and random mini-games to the next level. There is literally no plot, no story, nor even a reason to play it, unless you already know what’s in store for you. Then why did I? Because I was extremely curious about how this game would play out. And it pretty much did how I thought it would, as an Epic Mind Trip.
When you start this game it gives you an epilepsy warning, and I can see why, the flashing colors and lights are the most insane part of this game. But after the warning of doom you are brought to the main menu (of course) and you are to pick from starting the game, extra options (which makes this game even more insane) and other goody goods to turn your flashing lights into an insane jumbo of excitement (I picked the random option so I would play the Mini-Games in a random order).
Well once you start the game you are given a random video or t.v. clip from the dark ages (1900’s-1990’s) and then it throws you into a mini-game. Ill talk about only a few so not to spoil the game…. haha.. The first one I played put me in what I assumed was a chopper gunner seat in front of what I assumed to be a .50 CAL machine gun, well my objective was to kill all of the people below the chopper, or liberate their lives so to speak.
The next game pits you inside of a boat in what I’m assuming is the middle of the ocean. Your objective in this one is to keep the boat balanced and not fall off to the sides. Upon doing so the mini-game will end and you will be brought to another random 1950’s cut scene from some random movie or television show. At that is all I can really say for this game.
Overall I don’t really know what else to say about it, I have definitely never EVER played a game like this in my entire life. So if you have the balls to check it out, take a look at the trailers below and check out POP Methodology Experiment One at the official site.
Overall Score: 8.0 / 10
RGN Rating: Silver Game
Developer: Rob Lach
Publisher: Rob Lach Games
Available On: Windows PC
Review Copy Info: A digital copy of this game’s downloadable content was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.