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Submitted by xarexerax 61d ago | review

Sokobond Review - An Elementary Puzzle | Twinfinite

Chaz at Twinfinite writes,

I really, really enjoy a well-done puzzle game. One that introduces interesting yet simple concepts, then builds on it slowly. Introducing new elements as the game progresses is essential, but in Sokobond it’s even more than that. A chemistry-themed adaptation of the old block-pusher style games, Sokobond tasks the player with connecting atoms scattered about the level into a single molecule. As you put each molecule together, you’re shown the name of the molecule you created, as well as some “random” fact about it — a miniature science lesson between each stage. (PC, Sokobond) 5/5

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