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Quantum Conundrum- PC

Quantum Conundrum- PC
alaScore 91

34 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 34 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action. The gameplay is also mentioned favorably.

gameplay, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Quantum Conundrum- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 34 reviews)

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Quantum Conundrum

 

The Good: Fresh physics-base puzzle action The Bad: Overlaid by fairly drab plotline The Ugly: And occasionally punctuated by puzzles requiring a frustrating level of twitch reflexes. From the lead designer of Portal, comes a game that is not Portal....

I think Quantum Conundrum suffers unfairly from the comparison to Portal. As a guy who has been gaming for something like 35 years, and game reviewing for about a decade, games like Portal don't come along that often. By all means, cherish them when...

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Quantum Conundrum

 

The crazy mansion where the game takes place Overview Quantum Conundrum is the first project from Kim Swift since her work at Valve Software on the

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

A first-person mind boggler that hands over the keys to four new dimensions.

Quantum Conundrum's inventive puzzles put your brain to satisfying work. Everything surrounding the challenges feels a little empty and could use some of the rest of the game’s ingenuity. But a disappointing ending and lack of visual detail shouldn't...

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

How far can a cool gameplay mechanic carry a game?

Really cool dimensional mechanic; nice art design; well priced

A ridiculous amount of first-person platforming; uninteresting world; poor ending

All this talk about first-person platforming reminds me of the final level of the original Half-Life. That level wasn't fun in 1998, and it sure isn't any better today. Still, I like me some puzzlers and for $15 it sounds like it's worth a go. Have you...

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Quantum Conundrum

 

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Challenging and creative gameplay; excellent voice acting

Less than ten hours of gameplay

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Quantum Conundrum Review

 

Airtight Games' new puzzle game is in a dimension of its own. Read our full review.

Cool concept ; Solid puzzles ; Humorous ; Great checkpointing

Repetitive visuals ; Minor control inconsistencies

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Quantum Conundrum- PC

 

Anyone looking for a fun, light-hearted and challenging environmental physics-based puzzle game that isn't Portal will do well to pick up Quantum Conundrum. It's funny, it'll push your mind to breaking point but never go over, and is expertly designed...

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Quantum Conundrum- PC

 

I was done in a little under 6 hours, and the game's final challenges didn't put that different of a spin on the dimensional flipping. There may only be so much one can do, design-wise, with this quartet of reality shifts. It is still, though, a novel...

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Quantum Conundrum- PC

 

Quantum Conundrum has more polish and charm than most full-price retail releases, and it plays just as well. It took me about eight hours to get through the story once, and I could easily spend another eight with it.

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Quantum Conundrum- PC

 

It doesn't always play to its strengths, but the clever ideas and confounding brainteasers of Quantum Conundrum make it a mostly enjoyable journey into the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh dimensions.

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