“There is nothing to dislike about Quell; the game is the very embodiment of relaxation.” 10/10 – [No Dpad]
“Quell is a beautifully relaxing puzzle title to delve into.” 8/10 – [AppSpy]
“Woozily hypnotic.” 8/10 – [Eurogamer]
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Quell is an enchanting puzzle game of logic and relaxation
The game-play is simple: slide a little water droplet around a window-pane, avoid the spikes and collect the pearls. Easy, right? Absolutely, but the beauty of Quell is in the perfectly pitched difficulty curve - it's just taxing enough to test your powers of logic, but never so much so that it stops being fun. The gentle music (by acclaimed composer Steven Cravis) and ambience create the perfect setting to allow your brain to engage fully with these ingenious puzzles. If you're willing to dig deeper still, there's a side narrative which tells a touching story of love, loss and nostalgia. Either way, Quell is a haunting experience that will stay with you long after you've finished it.
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An enchanting puzzle game of logic and relaxation.
The follow-up to the acclaimed 'zen puzzle' game, Quell, this offers another suite of ingenious levels to relax and test you in equal measure! Featuring another beautiful score from acclaimed composer Steven Cravis, a beautiful 'hand-painted' art-style, Quell Reflect is the perfect game to test your powers of logic, without any hint of frustration. The game also features a continuation of the side narrative - a touching story of love, loss and nostalgia. Like the original Quell, Quell Reflect is a haunting experience that will stay with you long after you've finished it.
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Quell Memento is an enchanting puzzle game of logic and relaxation.
The third and most ambitious instalment of the haunting Quell games, Memento takes the concept to an even deeper level with an engrossing array of new game-play elements. Featuring a breath-taking score by acclaimed composer Steven Cravis, a voice-over narration and beautiful visuals, Quell Memento leads you on an enchanting journey of discovery and nostalgia. The beating heart of the game - the puzzles themselves - are once again perfectly balanced to keep the player enthralled, but never frustrated. Like it's two predecessors, Quell Memento is a haunting experience that will stay with you long after you've finished it.
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The quell games that I've encountered first were the ones on mobile. To my surprise, nothing has changed the games quality or gameplay when it was ported to pc. The whole premise of the game is to guide a ball-like sphere through a variety of different puzzles. The game limits your movement of the ball in only take account of one cardinal direction with every move. Besides the linear controls, the game offers you a variety of different obstacles to overcome. The objective of the game is to simply enter a Sonic-like ring by coursing through the level with your sphere. This sphere is able to break blocks on contact, move objects, turn on switches, and light blocks mostly akin to a normal puzzle game. Although this sphere operates as a hefty item, it is vulnerable to spikes, which these offer an "avoidance" type of object when one sees them on the board. As for most puzzle games, completing a level will require outside-the-box thinking with a strategical overlook of certain movements and placements. The first two games are both the same in its premise and gameplay although the sequel offers improvements and more game mechanics. The third in the series, the one I'm the most fond of, offers a lot of in-depth story with the narration and the soundtrack as you advance through the levels. The story and atmosphere completely sell it from these games. If you can, play this game in a calm environment, whether it be.
Absolutely spectacular game. I’ve been playing it for years on iOS, and the PC version is even more beautiful. Quell is an amazingly designed and polished puzzle game that starts with a very simple premise. You control a drop of water, and you must move the drop around to collect all of the Pearls in each level, except once you move the drop, it does not stop until it hits a wall. These basic gameplay mechanics make for some very well designed and challenging levels. The game then slowly adds more rules and mechanics to add to the challenge. This is a game that is definitely worth it any price tag, and I would recommend you pick it up today. Even if you’re not normally into puzzle games, you may be surprised how much you will enjoy Quell. From its artwork, to its music, to the pure level of polish this game has, it is by far one of the best puzzle games available. If you’ve played Quell and liked it, check out the two sequel games: Quell Reflect, and Quell Memento, which add even more new mechanics and put a fun twist on an already awesome game.
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