Publisert: 26. januar
+ Interesting premise; exploring human memories through a server-based environment is intriguing in and of itself
+ The sci-fi setting and several locales that you visit throughout the game are fairly well-designed
+ While the graphical quality of the game is nothing to boast about, the vivid colour palette prevents the game from looking ugly
+ The puzzles that you solve throughout the majority of the game are relatively creative and simple (possibly too simple at times).
- Some areas of the game are based too much on trial and error, leading to repetition (and at times annoyance), bogging down the whole experience
- The horror elements of the game are very poor: cheap jump scares and weak sound design accompany you throughout the short campaign (just under 3 hours); the game would’ve been much better having focused solely on the puzzle elements rather than trying to unnecessarily frighten the player.
“This is quite a difficult game to recommend. At times it feels unpolished, but for an indie game it’s possible to overlook that simple fact (not to say that just because it’s an indie game that it can get away with it either). If you’re looking for a fairly short and simple puzzle game with a little atmosphere (which was what I expected it to be), and can look past the annoying horror elements, then I’d recommend you get this on the cheap like I did.”