A rich story, perfect graphical elements, and frustratingly challenging puzzles make There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension a thoroughly worthwhile game.
This extraordinary game tests you to the limit – even as it insists that it absolutely does not exist.
This is 2020’s Pony Island, only it dwarfs that extraordinary game in terms of scope and scale. It’s hilarious, inventive, and like nothing else you’ve ever played. This is GOTY material – I find it hard to imagine I’ll play anything else this year that matches it. And yet no one’s heard of it! This has to change. Buy it, play it, and then you won’t be able to help tell everyone you know to do the same. I’ve held back on spoiling so, so much here, and I desperately want to talk about the events in the second half of the game, but I won’t. Just buy this.
If only one “Puzzle Game / Point'n Clic” remains, There is no Game is undoubtedly one of the most original of recent years. Sassy, very smart, fresh, hilarious, the title of Draw me a Pixel is a real success, which, even if some portions drag a little bit in length, is already a must for puzzle lovers and everyone else.
There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is full of hilarity, it's an enjoyable experience from beginning to end. It may not re-invent the point-and-click wheel but any type of gamer can find fun inside this little indie-game package, and it comes highly recommended.
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