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Submitted by JamesMuse 847d ago | review

Primordia Review - Game Muse

The future of mankind is a very tangible subject that can be argued from hundreds of different perspectives, many with conflicting opinions, but there is one question that is universally asked amongst the scholars and scientists alike: what will happen to the legacy we leave behind? This is the premise with indie adventure game Primordia; set in a future world where humans are extinct save for scant traces of our civilisation and the logical processors implanted within our robotic successors. (Indie, PC) 3.5/5

adamjc  +   847d ago
Looks pretty cool!
InSpectre  +   847d ago
I really liked the game.

It can be more difficult depending on how you play it. I got really stuck more than once, and because of how I played the game it was virtually impossible for me to solve a few puzzles without consulting a walk-through.

For such a tiny amount of developers I think it came out really well.

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