In 1855, the noted Victorian poet Robert Browning had a nightmare. His terrifying dream took the form of a poem, and upon awakening, he wrote it down verbatim. This strange dream-poem would become known as "Childe Roland To The Dark Tower Came," considered by many to be one of the greatest works of poetry in the English language.
This is a personal interpretation of that poem.
I first read this masterpiece during a very difficult time in my life, and I want to share some of the beauty and insight I gained from it. To achieve this end, I have illustrated, animated, or otherwise represented each line in the format of a "visual novel," to best show you what I see in my mind's eye when reading it. Hopefully you can gain something of use, or perhaps just beauty, from this experience.
anything made in the last decade
if it can run Steam it can run this
ha ha ha
one that makes sound?
haven't tested this on every possible computer—if you have any issues just contact me on the Steam forums
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