張貼於：01 月 25 日
Short, sweet, and utterly wonderful to look at, this eyecatching game has a knack for capturing the cerebral art of M.C. Escher perfectly, but with a price in puzzle design. In concept, his mind bending art is perfect for creating interesting navigational puzzles, but their decisions to make the character slow in movement and the trial and error methods needed to solve the later puzzles ultimately lets down on the concept. By no means does this make it a poor game, quite the contrary; the earlier puzzles are truly gratifying, and while they do grow on some interesting concepts, the shortness of the games keeps it welcoming, so that the final few puzzles barely detract. A fictional story is also told describing the relationship between Escher and Sir Isaac Newton, and adds another layer to the game that makes progression all the more enjoyable. The mirrored levels provided after the base game is completed, as well as numerous little challenges and hidden secrets keep the game very replayable, but only if you actively look for them. Otherwise, it is a charmingly brief experience that will most likely leave you with a feeling of both satisfaction and desire for a little bit more.
Providing that you have the patience to wade through its more irritating puzzles, you will find a great little game, and a wonderful hommage to the legendary artist.