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8.8 out of 10

Quantum Conundrum

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Overall 8
8.0

Quantum Conundrum

PC Magazine
6 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Quantum Conundrum is easily one of the most refreshing games of the year thanks to its creativity, intricate puzzles, and humor.
  • Pros: Creative puzzles. Excellent difficulty escalation. Entertaining voice work from John de Lancie. Charming cartoony graphics.
  • Cons: Repetitive props.
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Overall 9
8.5
Gameplay 9
8.5
Graphics 8
7.5
Sound 8
8.0

Quantum Conundrum Review (PC)

Gamers Daily News
14 August 2012
  • Summary: Lighthearted and enjoyable, Quantum Conundrum is a satisfying puzzle game at a good price.
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Overall 8
8.0

Quantum Conundrum Review (PC)

Softpedia
11 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Quantum Conundrum is a fun game that will no doubt be enjoyed by Portal fans and those who like to solve puzzles. While it’s not quite up to par when compared to Valve’s stunning series, it delivers a fresh experience that requires keen skills. Some rooms may feel a bit complex and the physics system does have a few quirks but, overall, it’s an enjoyable experience.
  • Pros: +Unique concept, +Lots of humor, +Puzzle variety
  • Cons: -Some physics glitches, -Some puzzles are a bit too complex, -A very high reliance on split-second reactions
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Overall 8
8.0

Quantum Conundrum Review (PC)

Softpedia
11 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Quantum Conundrum is a fun game that will no doubt be enjoyed by Portal fans and those who like to solve puzzles. While it’s not quite up to par when compared to Valve’s stunning series, it delivers a fresh experience that requires keen skills. Some rooms may feel a bit complex and the physics system does have a few quirks but, overall, it’s an enjoyable experience.
  • Pros: +Unique concept, +Lots of humor, +Puzzle variety
  • Cons: -Some physics glitches, -Some puzzles are a bit too complex, -A very high reliance on split-second reactions
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Overall 7
7.0

Quantum Conundrum review (PC)

HonestGamers
30 June 2012
  • Excerpt: We play games primarily for enjoyment; we play games
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Overall 8
8.0

Quantum Conundrum review: A shift in perception

blastmagazine.com
26 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Hatched from the same gene pool as the now classic Portal, Quantum Conundrum is a first person, puzzle/platformer that forces you to mess with our perception of reality in order to solve it’s puzzles.
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 9
8.7
Graphics 8
7.6
Sound 8
8.2
Longevity 8
8.1

Quantum Conundrum Review

NowGamer
25 June 2012
  • Summary: Can Kim Swift's Quantum Conundrum compete with the Portal comparisons lauded on her? Find out in our review.
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Overall 7
7.0

Quantum Conundrum

DarkStation
25 June 2012
  • Conclusion: I tried really hard to forget Portal and its sequel while playing Quantum Conundrum , thinking that a constant comparison to one of the most inventive games in the last few years would ruin the experience. But the design is so similar that, throughout my time with Quantum Conundrum , I was constantly reminded of how Portal did it all better.
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Overall 9
8.5

This Game Is Filled With Puzzles, But Buying It Shouldn’t Be

Game Informer
21 June 2012
  • Conclusion: Concept: A Portal-style game that lets players warp the density of objects, slow down time, and alter gravity. Mastering these dimensions will help you navigate a neurotic professor’s labyrinthine mansion Graphics: A simplified cartoon design gets the job done, and it’s fun to see how the design of environmental objects – especially wall paintings – changes through the four different dimensions Sound: Actor John de Lancie does a great job portraying Professor Fitz...
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Overall 8
8.4

Quantum Conundrum is an unbalanced measure of brilliance and flaws (review)

venturebeat.com
21 June 2012
  • Conclusion: Quantum Conundrum is similar enough to Portal to give us all a thrill when playing it. It’s not, however, a simple iteration of the Portal formula — that was Portal 2, an experience that left much to be desired in it’s recapitulation of the earlier hit title. I found plenty to engage my brain and my senses in Quantum Conundrum; although, I could have done without the irrelevant “cute” mascot, Ike, as well as the overly sensitive controls and inconsistent character...
  • Pros: Dimensional shifting is a delight The central gameplay mechanic here is that of changing the environment’s basic physical laws along fairly straightforward lines to access areas and avoid obstacles along the way. In the fluffy dimension, all objects weigh far less than they otherwise would. Players can pick up and fling safes and couches with ease. The heavy dimension is the polar opposite: Objects have incredible weight, allowing cardboard boxes to trigger pressure p...
  • Cons: The ending No spoilers here, honest, but the ending is a rather flat affair. The number of hours I spent figuring out the puzzles and listening to the tantalizing hints of what actually went wrong with the dimensions and Qwadrangle Manor ended abruptly and with an odd lack of finesse in the final hour. It’s a backhanded complement to say so, however, as the rest of the game’s story, environment, and level design led me to expect big things from the end game. Sadly, bi...
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