Oscura: Lost Light Review | NZGamer

There’s not exactly a shortage of puzzle platformers these days, especially in the burgeoning indie scene. As a result, new games on the block need something to set them apart, to make them more than "just another puzzle platformer". For Oscura: Lost Light, from Melbourne-based Chocolate Liberation Front, that something is Limbo-like silhouetted visual design, coupled with creative and demanding puzzle design that makes good use of light and shadow.

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