"Chance and destiny find themselves intermeshed in A Game of Changes.
Unravel and decipher the mechanics of these worlds, and journey
through the 64 unique puzzles that draw inspiration and teachings from
the I Ching [Book of Changes], one of the oldest classic books in
Its wisdom originates from philosophical and scientific observations
of the laws which rule existence. It invites us to conscientiously
look within, at one’s own personality, character, perspective and
purpose while inspiring us to discover the one unspoken, unmanifest,
There is no predefined way, no set progression, no rights or wrongs,
it's all about the choices you make."
This game is great for two kinds of people. If you are an avid student of the I Ching "the book of changes", you will enjoy this gaming interpretation of the ancient text. If you are someone who is not familiar with the I Ching you will enjoy this game and discover a glimpse into an ancient way of looking at the world. Regardless of who you are, you should be able to appreciate the subtle beauty of this game which guides you through the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching.
A Game of Changes feels more like a game about zen. The game truly calms you despite it being as logic puzzle-platforming game! Basically, you have to travel through hex maps and collect elements that allow you to open gates to new puzzles. These puzzles are also hubs to new worlds and I found there to be an almost unlimited combination of elements to open and visit new worlds! Simply put, A Game of Changes is filled with content that would require days upon days to complete. The only issue I had with the game is that the camera transitions are very slow regardless of your intentions. Other than that, I enjoyed the game with it?s amazing calming soundtrack and it?s interception-like puzzles!
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