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Candleman: The Complete Journey
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About this game
Developer: Spotlightor Interactive
Content Rating: Everyone
Candleman is a distinctive action adventure story entwined with low-light gameplay. Acting as a little candle who can burn for only 10 seconds, venture through an unsettling darkness with challenging levels and a smooth difficulty curve. Struggle to overcome obstacles based on the mechanics of light and shadow, explore a wide range of enchanted environments, and unveil hidden treasure as you seek the distant light.
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- OS: Windows 7, 64-bit
- Processor: Intel CPU Core i3
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GPU GeForce GTX460
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 4 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
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Candleman: The Complete Journey is one of the best indie platformers I’ve played in some time. Certainly, one of the best 3D indie platformers. Candleman mixes clever mechanics, varied level design, and a whole lot of charm to create an experience that’s guaranteed to light your fire.
Candleman: The Complete Journey is an exceptionally fun platformer, and a great way to spend a few hours if you’re fond of short, narratively-driven games that make you feel emotions. If you pushed my head into the desk and made me name a similar game I’d say “Journey”, and “please stop doing that”. If you’ve played Journey or any similar game like Abzu and enjoyed it, then you’ll probably enjoy this.
Candleman: The Complete Journey isn’t aimed at people looking for challenge. While it does have a few tricks up its sleeve, it’s a casual platformer that does a lot with few means. Its biggest plus is that of introducing a different focus with each chapter without making it difficult to catch on to what must be done. This makes it so that even when it employs the use of tried and tested platforming elements, new chapters still feel fresh.