This game is rated PEGI 12
Our review includes potentially triggering words:
Drug and Horror.
Ignore All Content Warnings
Posted: 2 years ago, last updated a year ago.
It's a hard game, die 25 times without replenishing the orbs and your game is over. Also, you have to find your own way through it. Because you don't have to progress in any particular way, each time you play the game is different. The amount of the narrative you encounter will also be different each time.
Along with the puzzles you have enemies that chase and kill you, resetting your progress. Identifying a way to use stealth to get past these enemies is a core part of the experience. To do this you have six easy to use, hard to master player skills and must learn strategies to overcome each type of enemy.
This game supports accessibility in the following ways:
- Difficulty: Instructions are provide with illustrations and text. You can opt for more tutorials, slower enemies or play without enemies. You can also disable permanently dying.
- Reading: There is no dialogue in the game to read, although there are notes you find that need to be read.
- Image calibration: Any item you can interact with is highlighted with visual cues. The game is designed to be colour blind friendly.
- Audio calibration:
Diversity and Inclusion
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