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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1101d ago | review

IGN's Thomas Was Alone Review

IGN:

Thomas Was Alone does an incredible thing: it makes you care about characters that are nothing more than coloured rectangles. It’s a great example of the way decent writing can elevate the simplest of games to something really memorable. As a puzzle-platformer, Thomas Was Alone is unique and entertaining, but it’s the confluence of art, sound, narrative texture and gameplay that makes it something more. (PC, Thomas Was Alone) 8.5/10

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