Last thoughts of the Aurochs
is an experimental game about the Aurochs, a type of wild cattle that went extinct in the 17th century. The game consists of different stages and progresses partly regardless of the player's input. The gameplay area consists of a black background where squiggly, coloured lines are drawn. Players can influence the drawing style by hovering the mouse over a picture at the bottom, to make them more random. After a while, the lines slightly fade and become blurry, and then a new stage is started with the previous drawing still in the background. At the end most of the colours fade away and the drawing's visibility becomes minimal. There is no real end to the game, as the last stage goes on indefinitely.