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When you’re dropped off to visit your uncle, you notice something’s wrong. He’s not there to greet you. There was an explosion just as you arrived. And the house seems to be even weirder than you remember. It’s up to you to find—and ultimately rescue—your uncle. Use his newest invention, the Interdimensional Shift Device (or IDS), to switch between five different dimensions and solve puzzles. Switch dimensions in real time, work your way through the crazy complex mansion, and rescue your uncle!
Engaging Puzzle Gameplay: Using the Inter–Dimensional Shift Device, players will shift to and from various dimensions to manipulate the world around them.
Experience New Dimensions: Each dimension the player gains access to becomes a valuable asset to manipulate objects around the manor. Move between the Normal, Fluffy, Heavy, Slow-Motion and Reverse Gravity Dimensions on the fly.
Immersive, Interactive Environment: The look and feel of each dimension is completely distinct. When shifting to the Fluffy Dimension, everything in the room becomes a soft and cuddly version of its previous state.
Unique Art Style and Humor: The Professor’s manor and all the items within it have a unique style, but players should also be on the lookout for humorous touches scattered throughout.
Don't expect another Portal, but just another fun puzzle gameMarkDeejay | Feb. 11, 2013 | See all MarkDeejay's reviews »
It took me almost a year to finish Quantum Conundrum. I'm not even sure why because I was really excited to play it. So I pre-ordered it back then, and when it was finally available I played it for 2 hours and then... stopped. I guess it didn't pull me in like Portal once did. That doesn't make it a bad game, not at all. It just lacks that certain charm. The puzzles, however, are pretty cool. So, I decided to continue the game just recently and I have to say the game actually gets a lot better near the end, when you have access to all 4 dimensions (fluffy, weight, anti-gravity and slow). Switching between them while solving these puzzles can actually be very rewarding. It's a great feeling. And while the game lasts only about 6-7 hours, it's long and challenging enough to keep your attention (for most of us anyway ;)). Now that QC2 has appeared in the Steam registry I'm actually really excited again ! I ♥ first person puzzle games.
Not too shabby ;)PM_DMNKLR | Feb. 5, 2013 | See all PM_DMNKLR's reviews »
This game, Quantum Conundrum, is downright fun to play. It's moderately easy, though still a challenge at times, and the humor in it is just a great bonus as well. It's great fun, quite enjoyable and you may even find yourself coming back for more once you've completed it. Pick it up if you can, it's definitely worth playing.
A easy puzzle gameDukePaul | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
When you play this game for the first time you will see Quantum Conundrum resembles to Portal but it has his own personality, the puzzles have more variety thanks to the powers of the glove, it changes dimensions in the rooms of the game like, light gravity, heavy gravity, slow down, gravity inverted and you will need to use the items around to resolve the puzzles.
The only annoying thing is the voice of your uncle the entire game, he speaks too much, but if you can ignore that, the game is very fun and It has a leaderboard for scores and records so the replay value is great even if you know how to resolve the puzzles the second time you play them.
Right now the game has an incredible price, if you like puzzles in first person, you will enjoy it.
Good first person puzzle gamepanz3r88 | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all panz3r88's reviews »
Quantum Conundrum is a good first person puzzle game that looks similar to Portal. In this case you must solve the various puzzles using a gloves with various powers that allow you to change the physical property of the objects. In the game there are four different areas where you will have to use mainly one of the four powers of the glove: you can for example slow down time or control the weight of an object. The game is not really long and in the first part the puzzles are quite boring. If you keep playing and you will arrive close to the end of the game you will see that the puzzles will be better and more complex and you will have more fun
Funny gameXibalba | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all Xibalba's reviews »
This game is very fun and I would recommend it to anyone who loves a good puzzle. Probably because Quantum Conundrum's developer is Kim Swift, which was one of the minds behind the first Portal, this game actually feels like a casual version of Portal. Instead of targeted teleports and strange substances though, our weapon of choice influences ("shifts") the whole environment, making everything ultra-heavy, ultra-light, super-slow-motion, or gravity-inverted. It's actually quite fun. Like Portal, all puzzles are divided in rooms, and a sarcastic voice follows you throughout your gameplay.