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Submitted by Lavalamp 572d ago | review

Antichamber Review | ScrewAttack

ScrewAttack: "In many ways, the lack of communication, the lack of characters or any other guidance, allows the mind to wander between intense puzzle-solving sessions. I often found myself wondering why I was there, and what my purpose was. After some time, I began reflecting upon the little messages, upon the strange artistry that the solutions to some of the puzzles require. There’s elegance here. A minimalist elegance. It revels in the beauty and the plasticity of human thought, and it challenges us to find some connection, some pattern within everything." (Antichamber, PC) 9/10

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