Beyond Eyes for PC
PC - Windows

Beyond Eyes

Aug 11, 2015
2546th of 26271

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Tiger & Squid
Content Rating: Everyone


Beyond Eyes is a modern fairy tale about finding courage and friendship as you carefully guide young Rae on a life changing journey, uncovering an incredible world, step by step. Blinded as a young child, and reluctant to leave the protection of her family home, Rae’s world is once more shattered as Nani, her pet cat, goes missing. Summoning up all the courage she can muster, Rae learns to face her fears and ventures out into the world, to find her best friend.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-3570K @ 3.4 GHz or AMD FX-6350
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTS 450 / Radeon HD 6770
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
  • Additional Notes: Compatible controllers for Windows are Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers. Other controllers may well work but have not been thoroughly tested.

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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
Edwin Evans-ThirlwellAug 17, 2015
While illuminating and restful, it’s rarely ‘fun’ in the same way that, say, a Tomb Raider game is fun. The pace is necessarily ponderous, yet the story can be completed in an evening, and while there are a few traditional puzzles, they’re extremely simple, more there for variety’s sake than to provide a genuine challenge. ...Plenty of games set out to be entertaining. This is one of the few that wants to change you.
Gil AlmogiAug 20, 2015
Maybe it’s petty to lay into a game for what it could’ve been, but this game, though unique, charming, and well-executed, feels like an appetizer when I really wanted a meal. Although the story doesn’t feel cut off, it just feels too brief overall. I’d have preferred a game that ended when I wanted it to end. Still, I’m impressed with the job Tiger & Squid did with Team17’s faithful help.
Jeremy PeelAug 12, 2015
Its message is loud and clear – to let life in, with all its risk and upset, so that the good can enter too – and its conclusion Watership-Down uncompromising. What’s more, it’s occasionally fun to indulge in a small-scale kind of exploration that encourages you to feel out the entirety of your environment rather than cast your eyes about for enemies and items. But for the most part the execution is too simplistic, and the frustrations are too frequent. Beyond recommendation.