Tag Archives: puzzle

Retrograde (Beta)

Today we’re going to check out the beta version of an interesting first-person puzzle game called Retrograde. We’ll gain gravity manipulation powers and delve into amnesia patient’s minds to see if we can reset the memories that caused the blockage. There are some cool things going on in this one and you can check out […]

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The Cabin

Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate I thought I’d take you to The Cabin by developers Jacob Vincent and Nicholas Efthimiou – designed for the 2014 7DFPS Game Jam. What started as a romantic getaway (I added the romantic part) quickly turns sinister when you find you’re the only one there and you’re trapped inside! Solve […]

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Until You Wake Up

Until You Wake Up by developer Anthony De Zorzi is a macabre top-down puzzle game featuring some interesting and balanced puzzles and great presentation. Explore a dream maze while you try to uncover the secret number that will allow you to ride the elevator and escape! I really enjoyed the atmosphere in this one and […]

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Too Many Doors

Too Many Doors by developer Sebastian Alvarez is a strange first-person exploration/puzzle game featuring – as the title states – far too many doors. Some of them lead nowhere, some of them have a few destinations… let’s see if we can find our way through! Check out Too Many Doors for free in your browser […]

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Grey

Today we’re checking out another game from the Global Game Jam 2015. Gray by developer Jovcem is a first person puzzle/platformer/exploration game where players must use stretchy cubes to solve traversal puzzles leading to a lighthouse off in the distance. There’s some positives and some negatives, but all in all I’m glad I took the […]

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Synclox

Synclox by developer Detective Pixel is a cute and quirky adventure platformer where you play as a little character lost in a city of clouds who must solve a mysterious puzzle. This game serves to exemplify how much fun gameplay a developer can create with minimal assets and a good premise! Check out Synclox for […]

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Home Improvisation

Today we’re going to check out Home Improvisation by developer The Stork Burnt Down – designed for the Global Game Jam 2015. This is essentially a physics-powered cooperative IKEA furniture building simulation. You’ll be given a box of parts with no instructions and be asked to build your best rendition of the proper piece of […]

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Inaris: The Cloud Temple

Today we’re going to have a look at Inaris: The Cloud Temple by student developers at the Digipen Institute. Inaris is a first-person puzzle/platformer with a bit of a “spiritually-oriented Portal” vibe to it. We’ll explore interesting and lonely environments while using our abilities to activate and lower pillars to solve increasingly complex puzzles. Check […]

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Certainty Condition

Certainty Condition by VFS Game Design is a very interesting first-person puzzle game around the idea of omniscience. We’ll explore a mansion where time has been torn apart and must be resituated by solving a series of puzzles. Check out Certainty Condition for free at the link below!

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Owls Ever After

Today we’re going to check out a delightful little story about a family of owls called Owls Ever After by developers Mike and Tanya Mezhenin. We’ll tune through a radio dial where each notch represents one New Year’s memory – and we’ll try to set our memories right so the whole story is revealed. It’s […]

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