This game was a lot of fun. You switch between dimensions to change the properties of the objects around you allowing you to make your way to the exit. The puzzles can often be solved in different ways, and for an added challenge there's a "par" for each level based on time and number of dimensional switches made. My biggest complaint is length. It was way too freaking short. DLC will be released for the game, though, and given the release price of $20 it seems reasonable enough. Best part of the game is that John DeLancie (Star Trek's "Q") is the acting GLaDOS.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 07/12/2012 at 12:22am

Had me at John DeLancie!

Hows the replay value?

vdogmr25   Post Author wrote on 07/12/2012 at 02:54pm

Not great, but it could be worse. Trying to reach the time and shift pars for each level do add an extra challenge the next time around, so going for those challenges does help the replay side of things. As with most puzzle games, though, you beat it once and you've beaten it forever.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 07/12/2012 at 02:56pm

Makes sense, thanks. Is the art style pretty good? The game "box art" seems really good.

vdogmr25   Post Author wrote on 07/13/2012 at 02:58pm

Yeah. It's pretty cartoony, and it really works well for the game. They have screenshots up on the site if you want to take a look.

http://quantumconundrum.com/

jdodson   Admin wrote on 07/13/2012 at 11:41pm

Thanks!

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