Quantum Conundrum for PlayStation 3

Quantum Conundrum

Jul 10, 2012

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Airtight Games
Content Rating: Everyone


Upon entering the Professor's vast manor home retrofitted with crazy technology to test his latest hypotheses, players quickly realize their uncle has gone missing. Fortunately, players soon gain access to Professor Quadwrangle's latest invention, the Inter-Dimensional Shift Device, which, at the press of a button, will shift the world around them to an entirely new dimension. In order to find him, players must use the newly found IDS Device to dynamically change the world to and from a variety of different dimensions to progress through the complicated Quadwrangle Manor. While on the journey, becoming adept at utilizing the various dimensions will help them trek from one bizarre and challenging room to the next. It might sound easy enough, but it is a tall order for a kid in a giant puzzle of a manor!

Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
William SchwartzJun 21, 2012
Quantum Conundrum takes alot of the core features of Portal and builds off of them in thoughtful ways, it just doesn't quite hit the same marks in the story telling department however. There are plenty of puzzles to engage your gamer brain throughout the 6-7 hour campaign, and there's a bit of replay value thrown in with the ability to go back and collect hidden items.
Carolyn PetitJul 18, 2012
The rewarding sense of experimentation and problem-solving that dominates this quest makes putting up with its foibles worthwhile, and the twisting, puzzling halls of Quadwrangle Manor are substantial enough to justify the $14.99 price of admission. It doesn't always play to its strengths, but the clever ideas and confounding brainteasers of Quantum Conundrum make it a mostly enjoyable journey into the fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh dimensions.
Alex OsbornJul 12, 2012
Quantum Conundrum is a solid puzzle game, which shouldn’t come as a shock considering the talent behind it. The dimensional shifts provide a unique game mechanic and switching between each is a breeze. Unfortunately, the level complexity within the puzzles themselves don’t quite match up to the likes of Portal, leaving me with fewer “aha!” moments than I had hoped. Additionally, I often times found myself frustrated with the controls, especially when the game required precise platforming to progress onward.

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