PLEASE read; I think the bottom will get most everyones attention.
To be more specific, it's the game that last night's Journal's music came from. In fact, most of the game has great music, as wells as delicious art...and pie. Lots of pie.
To be a bit more specific, you play as P.B. Winterbottom, a pie stealing and lustful fatty (Game calls him fat, not me.), in which your goal is to get every pie you can get your grubby mitts on. While stealing the pie, he unknowingly causes destruction and chaos.
One day, he finds a rather strange pie that tempts and allures him, which brings him to a portal of time, where he begins to develop powers of using clones, to help him get even more pie. Over the course of the game, you fix over some of the problems your "past" self is "currently" making.
The designers to the game go by a label of "The Odd Gentlemen". Although this is their only current game, they are working on more (while we wait for details of any sort.)
If you've ever played Braid...plays a bit like that. In the sense of messing with time, mind you; not the sense of full game play.
Now, fortunately for all, the game itself is only $5; great price for this game. The price alone makes it even more tempting to buy (Which I have.)
I had someone ask me for a link to the Soundtrack to the game.
... unfortunately, there IS no official soundtrack as of yet. (Keyword being yet)
The only means of getting the game's music is by buying and downloading the game, then taking the MP3s, copying them into a new folder, and to listen from there. That's the only way that I know of to getting the songs.
...which brings me to another topic;
I will be doing a contest soon. Details will be brought up later.
I will say the prize though;
TWO people's winning entries (One drawing, one literature based) will be bought The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom on the Steam Game client.
What do ye think of that?