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Submitted by capitanandi 692d ago | review

[Review] Antichamber: My Brain A'splode

Every once in a while, an indie game developer comes around, leaves us a lovely little puzzle-adventure game on our doorsteps, and hides in the bushes to watch our reactions. The best games in this genre leave us with a comfortable blend of wonder and anguish. If that’s exactly what you have been itching for lately, a certain new title may just be the solution. Alexander Bruce brings us Antichamber, a brand new contender in the genre, a game that defies the laws of physics, the conservation of mass, and sometimes life itself. (Alexander Bruce, Antichamber, Dev, E3, Industry, PC, Tech) -

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