Publicado: 27 de mayo
There's not really much to add that other reviews haven't already said. To help those who are still undecided I'll just say I dislike puzzle games, while all games are, to me, essentially a way to kill a bit of time and have a bit of fun doing it, I've always viewed puzzle games as a pure time sink.
While I know that's absolutely fine with a lot of people who enjoy pure puzzles, it's not for me. This game however feels different.
I feel like it's creator sat down, thought of general problem solving we face in day to day life and then tried to create puzzles to represent those problems and let me say if that was their intention, they have done a fantastic job. The advice you receive in the form of drawings and quotes to solve the puzzles isn't life changing, but it's a great touch that relates to more than just the game and gives you a little something to think about.
As the game progresses and you get the block guns, the game does start to take on more of a traditional role as a standard puzzle game, but it still remains true to itself and continues to deliver it's relatable philosophy and life advice.
This isn't a triple A title, so don't expect the world from it, but it is definitely one of my favourite games and an excellent addition to the puzzle game genre, although I would describe it more as a thinking game, It won't require any form of previous experience or knowledge such as advanced maths or flawless logic deducing abilities. All you have to do is just take a moment, and think...