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Quantum-conundrum.33521938
8.4 out of 10

Quantum Conundrum

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wesker2012, Metacritic
6 March 2013
  • Summary: An all around solid game, it doesn't really do anything wrong. I loved the cartoony atmosphere. For some reason like others have said it just feels like it is missing something. I got bored quick. I guess maybe it takes too long for the puzzles to jump in difficulty and it feels like you are just going through the motions. A puzzle game shouldn't have you spacing out while doing the puzzles. Its a great game for kids maybe.
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Breegullbeak, Metacritic
18 January 2013
  • Summary: This is a fun game, but while the combination of Puzzle and Platforming works well with the simple puzzles early in the game, things become more then just a matter of thinking as you add dimensions. Several challenges require you to time things perfectly as well as keep up a rhythm of reverse and regular gravity if you want to get through a room.
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Linebro, Metacritic
10 December 2012
  • Summary: The first thing I have to say is I enjoy the puzzles and levels of which are in this level. And when they are accompanied by beautiful graphics and great voice overs I really enjoyed the game as a whole but there are some problems Firstly while the graphics are good and crisp it does have some texture pop-in during the beginning or end of each level.
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darktalec, Metacritic
16 November 2012
  • Summary: This is a really funny game and a strong bet for any Portal fans. This is first person, physics based puzzle game. You alternate between dimensions to trigger switches and buttons to finish the stage. There are some plataforming elements, such as jumping between points, and in my opnion the game fails on this point - I find the jump button rather unresponsive. The puzzles are very clever and the difficulty is just fine.
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CW553, Metacritic
22 August 2012
  • Summary: This game may seem very similar to Portal, but has new game-play skills and other cool things that set it apart. Platforming is way too floaty, which makes it much harder in levels that involve platforming, but that does not make it a bad game, for it is still a great game. The ability to change between 4(5 counting your own) dimensions is a genius idea, and is only a bit similar to Portal, because it involves physics. It is funny mostly, but at times the humor is off.
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Doonan, Metacritic
15 August 2012
  • Summary: Why are there only 5 review and only one page when the user score distribution shows 9. I posted a review a while ago and its not showing. ??????????
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kumar1, Metacritic
10 August 2012
  • Summary: QUANTUM CONUNDRUM is a registered trademark or trademark of Square Enix, Inc. SQUARE ENIX and the SQUARE ENIX logo are registered trademarks .
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selvakarthi, Metacritic
8 August 2012
  • Summary: It is a first-person puzzle-platform video game by Airtight Games and published by Square Enix. Selva http://www.chennaipackersmovers.com/bangalore-packers-movers.php
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chujfugh, Metacritic
22 July 2012
  • Summary: Warning: this review is a blatant rip-off of Yahtzee's review of QC because I can't be asked to write my own. Quantum Conundrum is a game available on Steam that comes to us from Kim Swift, ex-Valve luminary who brought us the gameplay behind Portal. But it means that an immediate comparison is drawn between Quantum Conundrum and Portal, both being quirky first-person physics puzzlers with repetitive environments, a voiceover of ambiguous motivation, and an almost...
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Captiosus, Metacritic
19 July 2012
  • Summary: WARNING: *VERY LONG* REVIEW AHEAD. |||| Stop me if you've heard this plot before: You're trapped in a strange place where science has gone awry. Your only hope to escape is to rescue the scientist who caused the issue, who happens to be your uncle. The only way to save him is to utilize a glove-like device which can bend space and time (specifically dimensions) and solve puzzles while being guided by your sarcastic, sometimes caustic and almost always holier-than-thou,...
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