Closure introduces intriguing puzzle-solving mechanics in an oppressive world, creating a cerebral and moody adventure.
Closure gets off to a bad start. The tutorial only tells you how to jump and pick up objects using the keyboard, so fails to tell players how to play with a controller. Regardless of your control method, you have to lear... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Trust your initial reaction to this review's title. I expect you'll either be excited for another fairly well made entry into one of your favorite genres or you'll bemoan that the indie scene is oversaturated with these ... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Indie games seem to be all the rage these days, but I personally didn’t catch on. This is ironic because I complain about Nintendo, Activision, Electronic Arts, and Microsoft for taking good ideas and taking a stea... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
For the most part, there are certain things in this life that turn out just like you knew they would. Like a trip to the grandma's, an afternoon detention or a trip to the can. In gaming, this can be a good thing or a ... Read Full Review0 of 2 users found the following review helpful
8.3 Haunting Atmospherics: Stark visuals and ghostly sound accompany the narrative context Innovative: Puzzles and gameplay are quite unique Very Difficult: Despite endless trial and error, some puzzles are c... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Closure is an atmospheric monochrome platformer with puzzle-filled levels. I first played this game on Kongregate, where it is freely available. You start off next to a wrecked car, and it is somewhat ambiguous whether o... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
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