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Closure (PC)

Closure (PC)
alaScore 87

6 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Closure (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

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Closure Review

 

Closure introduces intriguing puzzle-solving mechanics in an oppressive world, creating a cerebral and moody adventure.

Imaginative light/dark relationship ; A wide variety of clever puzzles ; Smooth difficulty curve ; Well-realized aesthetics

Small control issues

Your objective is straightforward: find the door that transports you to the next level. But getting to the door isn't always enough to move onward. You might need a special key to get inside. No light is emitted from these objects, so you have to...

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Closure Review

 

Bring light into dark places and, time permitting, use it to solve puzzles

Fantastic concept; amazing art/music; creepy without being horror

Often fiddly; light on reasons 'why' you're solving these puzzles; a few obtuse solutions

In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. My goggles have night-vision mode, so that would make me a god. For that reason alone, I have to approve of Closure. You may begin making sacrifices in my honor at your earliest convenience.

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Closure Review: A Brilliant Light in the World of Puzzlers

 

This PSN jewel embraces the idea of darkness like no other game has.

Anyonewho appreciates the loneliness and isolation in games like SuperMetroid and Limbowill fall immediately in love with Closure.Winner of the DICE 2012 Indie Game Challenge, Closure is apuzzle-platformer for PSN that taps into man's primordial fear...

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Closure Review

 

Closure introduces intriguing puzzle-solving mechanics in an oppressive world, creating a cerebral and moody adventure.

Imaginative light/dark relationship ; A wide variety of clever puzzles ; Smooth difficulty curve ; Well-realized aesthetics

Small control issues

Your objective is straightforward: find the door that transports you to the next level. But getting to the door isn't always enough to move onward. You might need a special key to get inside. No light is emitted from these objects, so you have to...

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Closure

 

Closure is an independent video game currently being developed by programmer Tyler Glaiel and artist Jon Schubbe with music and sound by Chris Rhyne. Originally released as a Flash game on the website Newgrounds, a full version of the game is being...

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