The Official captures all the struggles of early adulthood, in low-poly beauty

When I last spoke to Tymon Zgainski in late 2012, he had just entered his adult life, being a new student at the University of Edinburgh, and was “concerned with issues of modern civilization and our responsibility towards the environment we live in.” At the time, he was showing an image from his first-person adventure game The Official that depicted a chair underneath a noose hanging from the jagged ceiling of a low-poly office. That image is unquestionably haunting. It’s a reflection of those deep-cutting feelings we may experience during those early years of adulthood struggle, when everything is uncertain, and…