Free / Indie Games / PC

Chirac – Goats, Babies and Rainbows

chiracChirac will take you less than two minutes to play through the first time. But, if you’re anything like me, you’ll play through another handful of times in an attempt to absorb whatever essence of insanity made this creation possible. This is Chirac, and at one point you chew up a bunch of blindfolded babies.

The story of the a six-legged goat named Chirac speeds through some interesting places. The first thing you do is eat a bunch of horse-men, and that’s one of the more ordinary things to happen. All of this plays out to a loud, thumping beat, and everything on the screen is constantly changing colors. It’s an assault on your senses, and I think I’ve played through it five times now for some reason. It’s just a ridiculous thing to witness, and I had no idea what to expect jumping into it. Also, I want to hear the title song every day for the rest of my life.

It was made in 48 hours during France’s Art Game Weekend. Check it out in your browser, and put your next two minutes to good use.

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