Void Gaze is an interactive text
experience with an accompanying series
of computer drawings. In the style of early
text adventure games, the player uses
words to interact with the gameworld by
entering them at a command prompt.
Themes related to vision and sight run
throughout the work, including references
to 19th century physicist Joseph Plateau,
who went blind as a result of staring into
the sun. As the player makes their way
through six different locations:
several new computer drawings are
revealed, rewarding certain actions or
solutions to puzzles.