Közzétéve: február 24.
Culinary quandaries never quite quashed this game's crisp quality!
After Braid, what do you do with puzzle platformers? Time's been conquered, cerebral symbolism that only Blow knows bombarded the chances of others, or so it might seem! However more can play at that game, especially when you decide to go off your rocker with time and clones all in the pursuit of the pinnacle of primal desires...Pie!
Yes, the great quest of Mr. Winterbottom is the pursuit of pie, regardless of the consequences of Bakersburg or spacetime, as make your way through puzzles after a mysterious mystical pie. You duplicate yourself to satisfy your gluttony, but as you play, you must satisfy that of your clones too to proceed, much to your dismay. With the ever-increasing complexity of your pie predicaments, the game almost begins to feel a little finicky, but the solutions remain satisfying to figure out, and rarely leave you perplexed.
The cream atop this curiosity? A distinct visual style and cheerful soundtrack to keep you intrigued and entertained as you try to gather every last pie and incidentally resolve other situations in Bakersburg at the same time. The game's story isn't terribly fascinating, but the writing is fairly amusing at times. If I had to guess, I think there are a few spots that suggest the origin of Mr. Winterbottom tucked away into the tale, and if correct, it works surprisingly well to explain the perpetual misadventures of Mr. Winterbottom.