Secret Habitat is a wonderful little oddity that allows you to explore a procedurally generated town, full of procedurally generated art museums, which are populated with procedurally generated art and procedurally generated audio clips (Thankfully you don’t need a procedurally generated computer to play it on though).
This triumph of all things procedural looks fantastic, full of angular buildings and striking low poly visuals. There’s no aim to the game, simply wander through the town, explore art galleries and enjoy the procedurally generated sights and sounds. The pictures even have procedurally generated nameplates which eventually leads to a moment when when you look at the title and think “hmm, I agree, that does actually look like a cloud potato.”
With it’s striking visual style and procedurally generated artwork, Secret Habitat is a joy to explore. A wonderfully random infinite virtual art museum.