Submitted by TheXtremePulse 1000d ago | review

Primordia Review [thextremepulse]

People seem to forget that Indie developers don’t just make console games. For all your Journeys and your Spelunkys, there are still many hidden gems being made for the PC. Shocking, right? One such hidden gem is Primordia.

The game is a Point and Click puzzler set in the distant, post-apocalyptic future where all organic life has been completely wiped out, leaving only robots on earth. The protagonists are two such robots, the diligent Horatio and the sarcastic Crispin. As they try to repair a crashed starship, the efforts are thrown into turmoil when a metal beast known as Scrapper steals their power core and escapes. Taking control as Horatio and Crispin, you go on an adventure to get it back. (PC, Primordia) 78/100

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