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.
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.
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,...
Summary: "Quantum Conundrum" is a XBLA, which costs 1200MS Points, and is a puzzle game in 1st person, being published by Square and its chief developer is Kim Swift, of Portal. The story of the game involves a 12 year old boy who likes to visit his eccentric uncle, Professor Fitz Quadrangle, who one day finds himself trapped in a "Pocket Dimension" of one of his scientific experiments, needing the help of his nephew to be able to restore everything to normal.
Summary: You're going to hear people say "if you like Portal you'll like Quantum Conundrum". This isn't the case. While Portal focuses on the PUZZLE solving aspect, Quantum Conundrum focuses on the TIMING aspect. I do not enjoy being unable to solve a puzzle because I can't time making a safe fly in the air correctly. I did like the humor of this game (and in that way it was very similar to Portal). Sadly the story simply wasn't enough to make me want to finish this game.
Summary: Quantum Conundrum is a not too challenging puzzle game that puts you in the shoes of a 12 year old boy visiting his uncle, professor Fitz Quadrangle, who got lost in his own mansion. With a lack of background information and storyline, some obvious jokes may just make you giggle and seeing Ike pop up from time to time will definitely amuse you.
Summary: Well. It is great puzzle game. But that is all. If you would like nice story, humor, interesting or varied locations or sharp writing... forget it. This game looks like Portal. But is missing that "certain something" that made Portal famous. But do not get me wrong. It is really good puzzle. Just nothing more than series of puzzles.
Summary: This is a really great game at a ridiculously low price. You will definitely get more than a bang for your buck. Infact, the one kinda irritating thing is just HOW much this game wants to give you. The voice over work for the uncle is quite good...but it's SO MUCH. It will start to grate on you after a while. Seriously, stop talking at me, Uncle Crazy!