Video Game Developer Develops Video Game to Tell Bosses He’s Quitting

08/14/2009 1:33 PM |


In the slow drive to gain acceptance as a legitimate artistic medium, video game design has begun to rely increasingly on the eccentric imaginations of indie designers, rather than epic production powerhouses. Well, score one small victory for the former, as Ubisoft developer William David recently announced his departure from the transnational gaming company by creating a small, moody video game called Leaving (pictured). It’s very simple, but strangely moving. Williams plans to continue to work as a developer, so we should expect similarly great things from him in the future. Click here to play Williams’ walk-through game.

(via Neatorama)