This a rather short, but a very enjoyable game, which has a couple of worlds with different challenges and obstacles on each level. The object of the game is to collect the puzzle pieces scattered throughout the levels, and each piece leads your character (Tim) a step closer to saving the princess. Before making a move, you have to think out your options and use logic to obtain the puzzle pieces. There is nothing to worry about even if you make an error, you can just rewind time, which is your character's (Tim) special ability. The level's are neatly set out, and you have a different way of solving the puzzles on each world, along with your time manipulation power. The sound and graphics are also well suited to the levels, further making Braid such an interesting, fun game. A really recommended game for all those gamers who like to solve puzzles and challenges!
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