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Brilleklaus Feb 24 @ 12:24pm
Games like Antichamber?
I completed Antichamber a couple of months ago, and I loved it! I quickly fell in love with the whole idea of not knowing what to expect around the next turn, and the mixture of stumbling around in the world and then actually figuring out a puzzle. However, it's done, and there isn't that much replay value, which leads me to the title. Has anyone played games, which is a bit like Antichamber? I mean, just a game that carries some of the same aspects, perhaps the lack of direct tutorial, the open puzzling world, or even just some good, genuine puzzles, without just being a "match 3" or something along those lines :) I'm just looking for a new experience in the same vein.

TL;DR: Could you guys name-drop some good games, which have some similarities with Antichamber?
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Californ1a Feb 24 @ 2:08pm 
You literally used the same topic title as an older thread. http://steamcommunity.com/app/219890/discussions/0/666827316318195575/
Jota Feb 25 @ 1:02pm 
Try Perspective, it's free and pretty entertaining even if not for long.
Oh and great music in some parts^^ I'm just saying Moonlight Sonata

Maybe Braid, or of course Portal, but I guess that's to obvious^^
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Conor Feb 25 @ 3:04pm 
Portal series.
`][`arron: Linux Mar 1 @ 4:46pm 
A game called The Witness by Jonathan Blow (Braid) looks extremely promising!! and is out within the next few months hopefully!! check it out http://the-witness.net/news/ heres a clip from last year (it's a timed console exclusive for ps4 afaik, but PC will be released at the same time) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Brd0F7rlXCI
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Brilleklaus Mar 2 @ 6:12am 
Sounds great! (Especially The Witness, I'm quite stoked about that one!) And I hadn't noticed, Californ1a, sorry for the spam :)
snot Mar 3 @ 7:43am 
qube
misterpaulgray Mar 20 @ 6:01pm 
Kentucky Route Zero - even though it looks completely different, and is mostly text or cinematic based, thee is the same 'wrong-footed-feel', where you don't know what's going on. Antichamber is puzzlebased, KRZ is narrative based.
Major_Error Mar 21 @ 6:42am 
There's always Magrunner: Dark Pulse for a vaguely similar feel (sort-of-sterile, puzzle based gameplay).
raubaut Mar 23 @ 2:50pm 
Fez!
Royal Prawn Mar 29 @ 1:58am 
There's Qube and Qbeh
Shrodu Apr 6 @ 11:48pm 
Portal.
Eremita Elvecio Apr 12 @ 5:30am 
Portal, but i also suggest FEZ and The Stanley Parable.
.. Apr 17 @ 8:13pm 
rambo the game
Waffleguy777 May 4 @ 3:10am 
Portal 2
Fifty Three May 4 @ 6:15pm 
FRACT OSC
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