Pubblicata: 21 gennaio
For puzzle games, I tend to gravitate to ones with unique mechanics and challenging levels, and Closure is just that. If you couldn't tell from the trailer video, Closure features a light-based mechanic, one where the world only exists if light is shining on it. So trying to walk on an unlit floor or swim through unilluminated water will cause you to fall through because that part of the floor/water doesn't exist without light.
The puzzles all require varying amounts of thinking and trial and error, but not so much that you have to resort to a guide for each one. There are four "worlds" in total, each with its own twist on the levels and what you can do with the light.
The only (very minor) issue with the game is that sometimes, in levels with barrels, restarting the level will cause the barrels to roll off to the side instead of remain stationary. Just restart the level again until the barrels stay still. Again, minor issue, and it doesn't happen often enough to be too annoying.
Overall, a very fun game. If you're looking for a slower-paced puzzle game that offers a challenge, then definitely give Closure a try.