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Quell Reflect

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An enchanting puzzle game of logic and relaxation.

The follow-up to the acclaimed 'zen puzzle' game, Quell, this offers another suite of ingenious levels to relax and test you in equal measure!

Featuring another beautiful score from acclaimed composer Steven Cravis, a beautiful 'hand-painted' art-style, Quell Reflect is the perfect game to test your powers of logic, without any hint of frustration.

The game also features a continuation of the side narrative - a touching story of love, loss and nostalgia.

Like the original Quell, Quell Reflect is a haunting experience that will stay with you long after you've finished it.

Fall in love with Quell Reflect...
Release date
Fallen Tree Games
FK Digital
Green Man Gaming Publishing, CIRCLE Ent.
Age rating
Not rated
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DLC's and editions

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista/7/8
  • Processor: 1.66 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 1.3 or higher
  • Storage: 150 MB available space

System requirements for Nintendo 3DS

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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Quell Reflect Trailer
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'Quell Reflect': Shelf 7, Frame 1, Puzzles 73 - 76
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'Quell Reflect': Shelf 5, Frame 1, Puzzles 49 - 52
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Quell Reflect Announcement Trailer (iOS)
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Quell Reflect reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
The Game is very good. The Game is almost identical to its Predecessor Quell (Review here). But even with Knowledge of the first Part, the Game, its Levels, is by no means boring. You have some interesting additional Elements that give the Puzzles new Depth. Overall, I find the Puzzles noticeably heavier than with my Predecessor. The Control and the Design remained unchanged, both very good. The Music is slightly different, still good. Again, each Level was markedly different and so there was no Boredom this time. Pro & Contra: + Very nice, simple but Entertaining game idea + Meist challenging Level + Undo feature + Good Design-(If I Don't think Anything) Rating: 10/10 This Game has given me a lot Of Puzzle fun. In Fact, I'm not through yet, I'm picking up the Rest for later.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★--7/10 same Quality as the 1st Part, only with new Puzzles and a few new Elements. That's Why the Evaluation doesn't change ... Source Reflect Is a relaxing Puzzle That doesn't get frustrating thanks to built-in Guide. In total, you have more or less to cratter on 84 Puzzles. High Praise to the Developer, so compact Should be a Game:-Volume and Screen Mode Adjustable-Localized in multiple Languages-Controller is detected even when it is switched on after the Game starts and the Game detects even if you control the game Changes. -Steamer-related features (which are also worth something in the Game) Are actually only missing configurable Controls for our non-standardized Players (even if the Basic Setting is perfect) and Steam collection cards:D Thank you Fallen Tree Games, I liked on the Smartphone and was wonderfully ported to the PC. Look forward to the next of your Projects:D
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Microsoft from French
Quell reflect is the second installment of the quell collection series (I bought the personal Pack). It is a little puzzle game, ideal to relax after a day of work. The music seems to me identical to its predecessor (quell), which is a good thing: it is calm and conducive to reflection. The difficulty of the levels is increasing: we start with levels achievable in 5 seconds Chrono to arrive at real headache at the end of the game. The collection of jewels hidden in the game increases a little the lifespan. The game mechanics have evolved a little since quell first of the name, giving new and new paintings and methods to solve them. By cons same small problem that in quell: we are watering success for nothing (20 successes unlocked in the first 40 minutes of play). Usually it does not bother me too much, but this is a bit exaggerated. But hey, let's say it's more about the "meta-game" than the game itself. In short, quell reflect is a very good game to have in his library.
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