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I’m not really sure I “get” Mooncharmer. Released last month by Paws Menu’s Michael Berto and artist Joost Eggermont, Mooncharmer is a self-described “visual moment” – collectively an interactive diorama, a Bandcamp EP and (if you pay up) a collection of media “arranged musically”, Mooncharmer isn’t even really something you play. Leave the game running and it’ll chug along of its own accord, strolling and resetting at a steady pace. … [Read more...] about Mooncharmer invites you to dance, limbs be damned