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Submitted by SkirkRidgeEX 412d ago | review

One Hit Pixel Review: Antichamber

One Hit Pixel: "Comparing Antichamber to Portal is an easy mistake to make. While they are both first-person puzzle platformers in nature, they feature very different ways to test one’s logic. Of course, Portal revolved around using the tools on your person to overcome puzzles laid before you. Antichamber on the other hand attempts to truly test your ability to not only solve mind-bending puzzles, but also challenge the tropes of conventional first-person games. Is it a stroke of genius?" (Antichamber, PC) A-/A+

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