Games and storytelling have never exactly been the most natural of bedfellows ' what with our medium's love of frequent, control-arresting cut-scenes and exposition-heavy codexes, among other things. But Storyteller
creator Daniel Benmergui's making it look easy in a way that will hopefully elicit a rhythmic chorus of face-palms and 'oh, duhs' from developers the world over: by keeping things simple. In short, the idea is to 'solve' a brief, few-panel-long story by inserting items and characters as you see fit. The result? Heartbreak, romance, drama, laughs, suicide, amnesia, and more. It's looking quite special, in other words. Craft a love story for the ages between it and your eyeballs after the break.