Conclusion: The contrast of the character with the surrounding environment is quite obvious: here we have a small robot, touching on humanity with its vulnerabilities, in a world where everything is huge, overwhelming and … mechanical.
Excerpt: Hey Time Wasters, do any of you remember my review of the game Limbo? Perhaps you don't, I did review it almost a year ago. But if you do, you may remember that I said that I loved the first half of the game because of its original takes on puzzle solving, but was disappointed that the second half...
Summary: Unmechanical is an interesting curio of a game: it offers a nicely satisfying set of simple puzzles with a fairly adorable protagonist, but in an experience that’s much too short and with too little payoff for the ideas it introduces.
Conclusion: Unmechanical is a puzzle games that offers a pretty, but all too familiar experience of solving difficult puzzles in order to advance through a subterranean underworld. Easy and minimalistic controls make the game easy enough to pick up for gamers of any skill level, but some of the more complex...
Conclusion: Final Verdict: Unmechanical is an above-average physics puzzler that is brought up quite a few notches by the commitment to great visual design and a terrific use of atmosphere. It's a short but fun experience that uses the mystery of the unknown to great effect.
Excerpt: "Unmechanical", possibly a strange name for a game where a robot is the lead, or is it? A 2.5D side-scroll puzzler focused on a cute little robot who finds himself all alone in a mechanical underworld. The objective is, you guessed it, escape the underworld.
Pros: Variation, Easy to pick up, Nice vibe
Cons: Not motivating, No in-depth story, 3 - 6 hours of playing
Excerpt: While looking at things like video games, movies, and apps I tend to think that there should be a relationship between price and hours of enjoyment. After doing some math (based loosely on the price of a movie ticket), I determined that an hour of entertainment is worth about $10.
Excerpt: Indies Talawa Games have released their first game, Unmechanical, on Steam , GOG , Onlive and Gamersgate . It’s a physics puzzler about a cute little robot, trapped inside a peculiar machine. But is it good? Here’s Wot I Think:
Excerpt: After a couple of months spent kneeling at the altar of Microsoft exclusivity, Skyrim’s first expansion Dawnguard has made its expensive way to the admirably-supported PC version. It brings vampires and it brings vampire hunters – but will it bring the game-changing of Bloodmoon or the deflation of...