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Kairo.34195774
8.3* out of 10

Kairo

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Trashware, Metacritic
7 days ago
  • Summary: The approach to wether to buy this game is fairly simple: Look at the screenshots. State how they breathe with atmosphere and probably form something like a desolate first person puzzle exploration game filled with mysteries. Play the trailer and confirm that assumption. Well, I was sold and Kairo didn't disappoint at all. It's not a long game but then again it's not an expensive game either.
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neout, Metacritic
10 August 2014
  • Summary: Not bad game, but I hoped for more. Pros: There are new things that I haven't seen before in other games, sometimes there is really atmospheric, but: the game has very simple graphic, this world lacks of details, and isn't living and many locations are quite empty. Most of all THERE IS NO STORY IN THIS GAME. Just riddles... We are activating some machines but it is hard to tell why?
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Lacuentadejoako, Metacritic
21 July 2013
  • Summary: I did not find the story interesting or the puzzles thrilling, I stopped playing it about and hour after I started. Donwload it fro piratebay to see what im talking about before buying it.
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fartheststar, Metacritic
19 July 2013
  • Summary: Atmospheric is the first word that comes to mind when I think about Kairo. Huge monuments and empty structures, eerie sounds, discovering the secret of what's going on. I enjoyed playing this quite a bit even just walking around discovering the world. It isn't a long game, but it's not too long either maybe 8 hours or so and it ended at about the right point for me.
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kSum, Metacritic
8 June 2013
  • Summary: Kairo is a wonderful, mystical and spheric experience. You wake up in an abandoned world full of miracles and mysteries and try to find out why you are here. A philosophical journey.
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gameface, Metacritic
14 May 2013
  • Summary: Kairo surprised me, from the trailer it looked like there wasn't a lot to the game but in fact it was a world filled with wonder and awe. The basic graphics allow it to instead shock you with the sense of scale and loneliness of architecture. It took me a while to understand what the puzzles were about but as you progress it slowly becomes clear you're fixing a broken world for a real purpose.
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Onheiron, Metacritic
3 May 2013
  • Summary: Let's start with cons: - Terrible controls: looking around feels either too sudden or too slow, moving and jumping sometimes feels weird - Textures are cool but they look way too much tiled - Cannot look straight up or straight down - Maybe a little more variety/attention on backgorund music and sounds would be needed - Maybe an itty bitty dot in the center of the view would help now the pros: - I crave these plain 3D graphic puzzle world games - Cool places, awesome...
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Iron_Salamander, Metacritic
28 April 2013
  • Summary: An unusual but very interesting game. It comes off as a more benign version of the some of the odd worlds you read about in H.P. Lovecraft circles. Strange buildings, odd colors for what one is used too, and while I have not gotten that far yet, I find it almost relaxing in a way. The graphics are both austere and stunning, the music excellent, and the first=person point of view is perfect for this exploration into an unknown world.
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willza99, Metacritic
28 April 2013
  • Summary: Kairo is a puzzler game with a deep story to it that is conveyed in a way without speech or reading. A story where by you explore the vast huge expanses in this strange lost world fixing these old relics of machinery. All hinting towards the under-story of the game. Kairo is a fantastic indie game developed by Richard Perrin and has music by Bartosz Szturgieweicz (i’m glad i’m typing this and not saying that dudes name).
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mezhulol, Metacritic
25 April 2013
  • Summary: Kairo is an atmospheric, mysterious exploration game set in some vast, desolate monuments, seemingly from another dimension. The minimalistic environments, in all their simplicity, are breathtaking. The puzzles feel a bit akward at times and aren't that innovative- however they do not fail to interest, while adding a layer of depth to otherwise straightforward gameplay.
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