Play time ~9 hours
This game delivers what it promises: a puzzling experience. There is minimal exploration, as the entire time you are inside a home. Although, the graphics are very excellent, not being able to interact with much of the environment as you would in most adventure games does break immersion.
The puzzles are all logical puzzles, although some seem to heavily rely on some assumptions of the player’s knowledge of existing puzzle types and assumes the user would know how to go about solving it.
Those seeking for an easy ride should look elsewhere as well, as the game has significant challenges ahead, which is a good thing too! Note: there are some very new logical puzzles in this game that I’ve never seen before, so props to Kheops for making those.
The voice acting is terrific, but there isn’t much of it, as most of the time you will be speaking to yourself and exploring alone. The music seems to have some issue and sometimes stops looping (and it noticeably is repetitive sometimes).
The story is also very minimal and it’s difficult to empathize / sympathize with the characters in the game because the descriptions of each are so brief. When you reach the end of the game you’ll understand why this is a drawback.
The game is family friendly and suitable to all ages.
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Time Played: 5-10 hours