Ground to a fault


While Cav­a­lier has been in­spired by the likes of Ma­jora’s Mask and Gre­gory Hor­ror

Show, a cer­tain Bill Mur­ray film has also played a key role. “What we’ve tried to do is take ev­ery­thing that’s in­ter­est­ing about Ground­hog Day and squeeze all the great­est hits out of it,” Charles ex­plains. “And so just be­cause a char­ac­ter has died, that doesn’t nec­es­sar­ily mean a puz­zle is over. Some­times the an­swer to solv­ing the rid­dle of how some­one gets killed might be in the things that hap­pen af­ter their death, so in or­der to save their life you need to let them get killed and ex­plore the sce­nario as it plays out.”

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