Causality for Android
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Causality

Feb 13, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Loju
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Causality is a puzzle game about manipulating time, altering the sequence of events and changing the outcome of each level. Set across strange and alien landscapes, help a group of stranded astronauts find a route to safety. Travel through time, work with your past selves and solve paradoxes as you take on this uniquely challenging puzzler. Each level represents a brief but hazardous moment in time. Levels are completed by guiding each astronaut to an exit that matches their colour, within a limited time frame. When all astronauts reach an exit the level is complete.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
8.16
Tre LawrenceApr 24, 2017
If it feels a bit like the Go series of games, the familiality will be delightfully excused; the time manipulation concept works well to create interesting solutions. Because of the design, one is also able to correct mistakes at the point of creation, and also play around with different paths. It plays as easy as itis to get into it, and has plenty of levels available.
Lian AmarisFeb 28, 2017
With its lovely aesthetics and unique mechanics, Causality is a satisfying challenge that will make you feel pretty darn accomplished for getting through it. If brains need workouts to get stronger, I can guarantee that Causality will have your brain doing some handstand pushups in no time.
Daniel Adrian SanchezFeb 24, 2017
The first time you play, Causality greets with you with fantastic ominous, futuristic music and soft-colored appealing visuals along with challenging puzzle gameplay that’s quite easy to get into, and if you make a mistake, you can quickly retry again. While there’s not much to gripe about the core game, more levels are desperately needed, as 60 are just too few.

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