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8.8 out of 10

Quantum Conundrum

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Overall 8
7.8

Portal Jr.

Big Bro, Game Informer
24 November 2012
  • Summary: Quantum Conundrum is a fairly simple game of child friendly puzzles requiring a lot of thinking, and patience. I like this game due to the humor and one-liners that help you out (sort of.) Like Portal this game has no story line,but tried. The other down-side is the controls. I found them very clunky and hard to deal with while finishing a complicated puzzle.
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Overall 8
8.0

DownPlay Reviews Returns - Quantum Conundrum

ManManDoo, Game Informer
2 August 2012
  • Summary: Due to this time of years astoundingly barren release schedule, I reached back a few months for something to review for the fear of starving from lack of new releases while I wait cautiously for Fall Of Cybertron. What I found was Quantum Conundrum, a first person physics puzzler featuring a silent protagonist and a conspicuous voiceover of questionable helpfulness. Not to be confused with Portal, the other one.
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Overall 8
8.0

You Win Again, Technology

Craigaleg, Game Informer
30 June 2012
  • Summary: Score: 8 / 10 Quantum Conundrum PC - Xbox Live - PSN Developer : Airtight Games Publisher : Square Enix Release Date : June 21st, 2012 ( July 11th for consoles ) Pros: Dimension switching gameplay is simple, and easy to get the hang of Feeling of satisfaction from solving each room never lessens Cartoon atmosphere is enjoyable and entertaining Cons: Repeating interluding hallways and textures become an eye sore Abrupt, and lackluster ending Little incentive in replay...
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Overall 9
9.0

Portal + Psychonauts x Ratchet & Clank / Pixar = Quantum Conundrum

The Brain, Game Informer
22 June 2012
  • Summary: I've only played 33% of this game, and I'm already full enamored with it. The concept of switching dimensions is fresh and incredibly solid. The art direction has the feel of a Ratchet title with a coat of Pixar paint. The mansion itself is spacious and uses the primary colors to designate what areas to explore while progressing through the game. My favorite thing about the scenery is the fact that the paintings on the wall change with the dimensions.
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Overall 10
10

Clever, funny, adorable...and with 99.6% more Q!

Smidgens, Game Informer
21 June 2012
  • Summary: I've been keeping an eye on this game ever since Kim Swift revealed that she and Airtight had been working on it during E3 and now that it's out, I'm relieved to say that I wasn't disappointed. One thing I didn't know about was John De Lancie's involvement. Hearing him narrate the beginning of the game was an amazing nerd treat as I'm quite fond of Star Trek and his appearances on the show (not to mention his many other TV appearances which are just as awesome in their...
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Overall 10
10

User Review

shikaruki, Compare games
18 August 2013
Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Димакс, tenstars.ru
4 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Поначалу подумал что это какая детская фигня, название то еле прочитал. Но установил и поиграл, понял что на самом деле не зря QQ называли одним из лучших паззлов 2012 года. Игрушка не то чтобы очень оригинальная, например Portal круче и как то масштабнее.
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