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Submitted by RogueSmurf 644d ago | review

Magrunner: Dark Pulse review | PCGmedia

When weighed up against Portal and Antichamber, Magrunner comes in at a clear third. It is, however, a totally worthwhile game. Controls are fluid, puzzling is difficult but fun, and the storyline does offer more than most in the genre. It's certainly top-tier stuff in comparison to the puzzle genre as a whole. If you've played and enjoyed Portal and Antichamber, then Magrunner comes highly recommended, offering solid puzzles, albeit presented in a much less interesting way. At under £15 for an 11-hour plus single-player adventure, it's decent bang for buck too. If you want a good, nicely presented puzzler, then you could certainly do worse than Magrunner. Of course, with the recent surge in great indie puzzlers, you could also do better. (Magrunner: Dark Pulse, PC) 3.5/5

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