A real gem of a title, Unmechanical has great 60fps graphics, a great soundtrack, a unique atmosphere and a good collection of puzzles to work your way through. Amazed there are no other user reviews of this yet, you're missing out.
Anything new, but I really liked the setting and atmosphere. It's some buggy, but it's worth to play once it is short. Not for puzzles, but they also are simple and clever. I found some similarities with Journey: simplicity, implication in the story. Good short game, and its good because its short.
Unmechanical: Extended is a cute little experience. The stories are told in a way that takes at least a little bit of effort on the player's part. For those willing to put that effort in, and the effort to get through the puzzle rooms, escaping from the tiny robot gulag is a worthy way to spend a day.
Fun short puzzle game. I actually like these games short, as they usually get too frustrated if they are long, short and sweet is the best. The game is a standard puzzle game with an interesting story.
A great way to waste a few hours, but not quite offering enough to make it a truly great puzzle platformer. The puzzles are all rather simple, and the game is extremely short, even with the extended edition. Doesn't do anything that other game haven't already done better.
SummaryExplore the non-linear levels at your own pace, many of which will require some out-of-the-box thinking and the process of trying to find the solution is just as important as progressing the story.