Download THE CANCER OF TIME apk 1.0.3 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 63.0 MB
When did we become incapable of doing nothing?
Whenever we have a moment, we pull out our mobile phone.
60% of people say they are dominated by time. And few claim to be at peace with it.
This interactive and mobile application makes us ponder over our chronic inability to do nothing. In the form of a philosophical and playful tale, this application blurs the boundaries between gaming and animation. We follow an ordinary yet endearing character as he leaves a medical examination, suspected to be suffering from the disease of the century: the cancer of time.
Created by Ko-op Mode, Dominic Turmel, Jean-François Nadeau and Stéphan Boucher, The Cancer of Time was incubated at the MIT with the participation of the Open Documentary Lab. This application is the first co-production between the NFB’s Interactive productions studio and France Télévisions’ Nouvelles Écritures.
ONF / NFB part of our Entertainment and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Nov. 26, 2014. Google play rating is 85.1327. Current verison is 1.0.3. Actual size 63.0 MB.
Looks and sounds great This interactive animation video looks and sounds great. The moral is preachy, but means well. Takes 15 min or so to get through. Well worth it.
Worth checking out Very different from the average mobile game. The art is really unique and it has a good amount of interactivity. It conveys its thesis pretty well but lacks replay value.
This game gave me cancer
This is what happens when creative people design FOR tabs! Give this app to anyone who you know is stuck in routine. The delicately selected interactions enhance the power of the author's message. The only way to take control of time, is to take time. We hope the NFB continues production of experiences of this sort.
Er... It doesn't open. Just a ticking clock and "Le cancer du temps" on a black screen. Very Cocteau.
Short but neat
I believe you need mor downloads You make such good quality games for free! I love that.