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Submitted by thriftynerd 1135d ago | review

Quantum Conundrum Review: In and Out of Our Heart Dimension [ThriftyNerd]

Tim Lanning of ThriftyNerd.com said, "In order to be successful, Quantum Conundrum needed to achieve the above parameters while adding a bit of its own flavor. The dopamine chase needs to be somewhat unique to justify any game’s existence, what with the puzzle-platformer genre getting increasingly crowded with high quality titles. QC throws in enough varied puzzle design as well as interesting concepts to secure its place at the gaming table with its peers." (PC, PS3, Quantum Conundrum, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

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