Submitted by -Mezzo- 718d ago | review

GameArena - Antichamber Review

GameArena - Each play session of Antichamber, the passion project of Australian indie developer Alexander Bruce, ended with me walking away from my computer with a mild headache. I’ve pulled back from the computer, blinked until reality comes flooding back in, and massaged my own forehead, realising that there’s a very real possibility that my brain has started to melt. But each time, I’ve been grateful that a game had found a way to make my skull throb simply by being smarter than me. (Antichamber, PC) 8.5/10

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