Every now and then, a game comes along that just absolutely blows up your expectations. There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is one such game. Superb design, excellent voice acting, with a surprisingly moving story, it’s an undeniably endearing and unique experience.
There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a fun, clever little experience that anyone will enjoy. Aside from a moment at the end, the puzzles are smart without being too difficult. The writing is spot-on and well-balanced, and everything can be wrapped up in a single sitting, making it a great title for livestreaming or a long travel day. There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is certainly one of the best games I’ve played this year, and I encourage you to check it out.
When it comes down to it, There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a bit of a misnomer. There is certainly a game to be found here, and it’s a ruddy good one. If you’re not a fan of point-and-click style adventure games, then you may want to look elsewhere, but with an experience packed with ingenious puzzles and excellent self-aware jokes, this is one of the strongest examples of the genre in recent years. It’s right up there with the best; don’t miss out.
Ultimately, we are facing a possible cult. A rather ironic thing if we think that we are facing a "no game". Now the choice is up to you, but please don't ask for a refund if something goes wrong, the developer has family members to support.
So what is this interactive story that I've been throwing my thumbs at, attempting to guide its fate while being exposed to cracks in the wall that separates its reality from mine? Is it an absurdly smart commentary of video games, a bonkers adventure to watch unfold, a slice of creativity rarely seen in the industry? Is it an experience that has to be felt to be understood, thanks to its talkative AI and whimsical approach? Whatever it is, one thing is for certain: There is no game.
There is No Game Wrong Dimension is a delightful and very funny point'n click, which offers various parodies of different genres, takes to a well played narrator, and very clever and meta puzzles. If you like to laugh, play this (non-) game.
There is no game: wrong dimension might seem too short for some people, but it is still worth it. This "non-game" makes fun of a lot of stuff in the gaming industry and is pretty funny. You will have to often think outside the box to solve the puzzles you meet. Overall, this game is amazing and i definitely recommend it for anyone that is into indie games.
There is no game: wrong dimension is simply just really good, it’s funny, witty, and it makes fun of free to play games which is just great. Also the story is great too, this isn’t a really a spoiler but I will say that something in real life affected how the later part of the game plays out and I think it’s clever. Point and clicks aren’t for everyone but for those who do like them, you will have a field day with this “non-game”.
There is no game wrong dimension does something I rarely see in games. It hooks you in and makes you addicted to it in under 8 hours. The way the story is executed is like something out of a movie, and there are many times where I was belly laughing. Draw me a pixel went all-out on this, and it shows. there are plenty of little details, for example, if you go to the pause menu, the biggest button is "go back to the menu" but there are some downsides to this wonderful game. The point and click part of this game is a bit hard to control (I played this on the Nintendo switch) if not played in handheld mode. If you cast it up to a TV, the controls become slow and a bit hard to use. For example, (Spoilers!) in the RPG part of the game where you have to shrink the barrels to get the bomb to the pile of rocks, it is near impossible when playing it with a controller. But in handheld mode (which will drastically change speedrunning for the game btw,) you can do it with a lot of precision and ease. So overall, even with the eh controls, this game is a goddamn masterpiece. 10 out of 10.
Very solid and interesting game. Lots of funny mechanics and clever story ideas. Main plot is really interesting and engaging. There is a lot of unexpected moments and quite a few that will live longer in our memories after the end.
this is probably rated as one of the best games on the switch purely because of markiplier's endorsement. it doesn't look too bad, but at 3 hours and with little to no replay value despite the number of easter eggs, it is really not worth the exorbitant prices being charged for it.
i remember the creator posting some content on newgrounds years ago, and its cool to see indie devs being successful, but there is no reason why this needs to be rated higher than much higher quality games like disco elysium, ace attorney, and Shin megami tensei V to name just a few which were notably ranked just below this. even KOTOR, a 20 year old game cheaply ported to the console, deserves more credit than there is no game does.