PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: My Dog Zorro
Content Rating: Everyone
Linelight is a refreshingly inventive, minimalist puzzle-adventure game. It takes the wildly simple premise of "What if everything takes place on a line?" and rockets it into outer space. Each mechanic is immediately understandable, then gradually combined with familiar elements, leading to an exponentially large array bursting with puzzles, each with a one-of-a-kind solution.
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- OS: Windows XP and up
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: DX9 (shader model 3.0) or DX11 with feature level 9.3 capabilities
- Storage: 220 MB available space
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Linelight‘s unapologetically simple aesthetic is cunningly packed with a punch matched only by its intelligent assortment of variety and execution in creating a puzzle game that blossoms into something more than merely guiding colored bars on a circuit board-like winding of lines. A testament to the ever-growing puzzle genre, Linelight is nothing short of a stroke of genius.
It is entirely possible to lose yourself in Linelight–if my PC’s battery alert hadn’t snapped me out of it, I probably would have been playing it from dusk until dawn. It completely bewitches you, making you want to keep going and going. The way it all works together from the looks to the sound to how the puzzles flow is ingenious, with the amount of times I said to myself “Ooh, that’s clever!” being too numerous to count. I started by thinking Linelight looked like an interesting curio, and ended up falling in love.
Linelight est un joli coup pour le jeune studio My Dog Zorro. Le gros de ses mécaniques n'a certes rien de révolutionnaire, mais sa manière de les utiliser surprend, avec une courbe de progression naturelle et toujours engageante. En prime, voilà un jeu d'énigme qui n'a peur ni d'amuser ni de relaxer son joueur, et qui s'essaie même au brin de senbibilité avec une étonnante maîtrise.