I’ve Been Playing: Kairo
Mycenaean Greece, the Bronze age civilization that was the setting for The Odyssey, liked to build things with really big rocks. The walls of Mycenae were built with a type of masonry that had no mortar, only big stacks of boulders fitted together and stacked up vertically. The later greeks, the story goes, saw the giant rocks and decided that these buildings must be the work of a cyclops - and the masonry style is still referred to as “cyclopean.”
There is something in that idea, of coming across something from ages ago that is recognizable in form and obviously intentionally designed - but being so bowled over by the scale of it that you are unable to think of the thing in human terms. Kairo, by Locked Door Puzzle, is all about this feeling.