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Closure

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This game is both a puzzle and a platformer. The plot and the gameplay are based on the game with light.
The player plays like a little man, who is in almost total darkness. A spot of light snatches from the darkness a small part, in which the little man can move. The space for movement is limited by a spot of light, but sometimes outside of this spot or on the border of light and darkness it is possible to move quite freely - for example, even to pass through walls or fall through floors / ceilings. Sometimes it is not enough to be in a spot of light or in darkness for movement. The path is sometimes blocked by various obstacles, or this path simply needs to be found, it is necessary to understand how and where you can move - the goal of the game is to find the final exit.

Among the puzzles are the search for various keys and ways to apply these keys, finding and moving light sources and other things. The game assumes that sooner or later the player will master the relationship with the light and will be able to use this understanding to achieve the ultimate goal.

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Eyebrow Interactive
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Eyebrow Interactive, LLC
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Eyebrow Interactive
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+
Website
http://www.closuregame.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS:Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
  • Memory:512 MB RAM
  • Graphics:Dedicated graphics card, 512MB with support for OpenGL 2.0, older or integrated (intel HD) cards probably will not work.
  • Hard Drive:512 MB HD space
  • Additional:email [email protected] if you have problems
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Closure reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
All right, good vibe. Reminds me of lot limbo, which I liked too. The majority of puzzles are relatively easy, with the exception of a few moths that are damn well hidden. $10 = 10h of game very pleasant to complete: I advise.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Closure inspires me with a simple Control but an exciting Game Mechanics. There are many Games that pick up the Element of Licht/darkness, but so far I find it best solved among others in Closure. Imaginative Puzzles and an atmospheric Soundtrack add to the Atmosphere.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Good Puzzle with Light and Shadow ... Literally. There are some tricky Puzzles in between, average overall in difficulty. Nice Game for in between, as with most Puzzles to play through it after one-time play + 100% collect uninteresting, i.e. no Replay Incentive. Rating: 7/10
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Microsoft from French
Fun independent game, simple and nice music, it made me think of limbo but unfortunately I could not finish any world, I miss between 4 or 5 level to each world to finish, and this for the reason of the difficulty of this game, the gameplay is good for keyboard and my NET despite that one can not change the keys but it passes, no it is really the difficulty and some mechanics of the game that play to the millimeter close and it's a pity: s good game to you!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
An entertaining Puzzle game. The Main Mechanics of the Game are that Things that are not illuminated do not exist either. There are many hidden Bonuses that you don't exactly take with you if you're not looking for them. The Story, if you want to call it that, is explained mainly by Images and without Language. There is still an Interesting Ending. The Difficulty, in my Opinion, is gross 4/10. If you want to find the Bonus Items, then rather 6/10.
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Microsoft from French
I play on Linux. Linux version: excellent. The game it is difficult to immerse yourself in closure. The atmosphere is really... Strange. Opprescient would be the word instead. Especially the first part (the game is divided into 3 "acts"). The atmosphere of the other two acts is always strange, but less oppressive. On the other hand, the concept is really excellent! In closure, what you see is what exists. Orient a lamp differently, and a platform will become a hole... really unusual as gameplay, and that's what makes all its interest. Replayability, achievements Nope... Once finished, it's over. In short recommended for its atypical gameplay. GNU/Linux the Linux version is excellent. I have not encountered any problems and the game turns to the hair on my machine. OS: Linux Mint 17 x64, MATE Edition. Hardware: i5 3570K OC @ 4.5 GHz, NVIDIA 670GTX, 16GB RAM. Screens: Triplescreen, including one vertical, configured in separate X-screens.
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