Schrödinger’s Cat is a fun, fanatic, wacky and colourful puzzle laden platform game, set in a unique and quirky quantum physics world.
There is Chaos at the Particle Zoo as what used to be a cheery theme-park style environment is now overrun with leptons, sticky-fingered gluons and the massive immovable bosons. The Zoo is put on lockdown, and the emergency services are called in to sort everything out. Those emergency services? Schrödinger’s Cat, of course!
Combine and create useful bits of temporary matter such as, bridges, ladders and grenades to combat and subdue the kleptomaniacal gluons and cantankerous bosons now running amok to help Schrodinger’s Cat round up all the escapees from the particles zoo.
7 frustrating environments
9 overly chatty and annoying characters
11 Particle-Based Baddies
14 Quark Combos
Nonsensical task-based gameplay
A satisfying climax that only clever people will be able to enjoy properly!
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Game has some unique art styles and creature models. Gameplay is nonsensical which make it quite silly and laughable at but only to a certain range of audience. The silliness could entertain a kid from age 5-9 maybe others out of the age group may find this game not as entertaining. Maybe a mobile port to the game would be better for a game like this. Not like a PC game. Gameplay and music is fun and all graphics look entertaining but re playability is not there at all.
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