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  • Summary: Following a sudden explosion at the Stonehenge Museum fundraiser, you find yourself trapped in a hidden underground complex. Faced with a series of puzzles, your only means of escape is by sending photographs of your surroundings to another survivor confined elsewhere. But before long, aFollowing a sudden explosion at the Stonehenge Museum fundraiser, you find yourself trapped in a hidden underground complex. Faced with a series of puzzles, your only means of escape is by sending photographs of your surroundings to another survivor confined elsewhere. But before long, a disturbing truth begins to dawn… Expand

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Uncover The Secrets Beneath Stonehenge In The Bradwell Conspiracy
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. Jan 17, 2020
    80
    The campaign was enjoyable with smooth story progression. Puzzles were clever though sometimes hard to pull off because of the awkward controls. The setting is awesome, who doesn’t like a chaotic explosion in a museum? With a unique setting as well as a cool 3D printing mechanism, I think this game is fine how it is, but could use a little improvement in controls and graphics. It seemed kind of blocky with little detail. Yet I did enjoy what I played and it was nothing short of unique, which made me like it. Though I wouldn’t play it a second time, I would love some DLC to be added.
  2. Oct 11, 2019
    70
    The Bradwell Conspiracy is a game whose lofty concept doesn't quite match its execution. Its light, fairly arbitrary puzzles aren't particularly challenging, but its strong narrative is deployed almost perfectly throughout to weave them all together. The Bradwell Conspiracy is still an enjoyable journey, however, and certainly worthy of your time.
  3. Oct 15, 2019
    70
    It isn’t perfect, but it oozes British charm, packs in some enjoyable puzzles, and manages to tell an interesting story at the same time. If you can forgive its few missteps, then its corridors are definitely worth exploring.
  4. Nov 6, 2019
    50
    It saddens me when I see a game is very good graphically have so many glitches and issues with the gameplay. I feel like if more time was spent focusing on the puzzle experience, The Bradwell Conspiracy would be a fantastic experience for those who are veterans and newcomers to a narrative first person game. Right now, as it stands, I cannot score Bradwell Conspiracy any higher than where it is right now due to the problems that blocked my completion. I can see the idea and concept Bossa Games was going for and unfortunately this won't be a conspiracy I'll be recommending you delve into.
  5. Official Xbox Magazine UK
    Jan 28, 2020
    50
    A puzzler homage to Portal that’s arguably better to read than it is to actually play. [Issue#186, p.83]
  6. Nov 15, 2019
    50
    The Bradwell Conspiracy runs terribly, the visuals are nothing special and the narrative is silly at best but that doesn’t stop Amber and the dialogue from standing out. I’d love to see what the developers, A Brave Plan, could do with more focus on the characters rather than plot, and a bigger budget for art and QA. There are the seeds of a great studio visible within the game but the fruit is not currently evident. I look forward to what A Brave Plan makes next but I can’t recommend The Bradwell Conspiracy.
  7. Nov 20, 2019
    33
    It all feels lazy and sloppy — much like the rest of The Bradwell Conspiracy. Clearly, they people behind this game should have known better, and yet, at every turn, it feels like it actively works to make itself worse. In the right hands, this could have been a great game, but in these hands, it’s just a badly-executed, broken, near-unplayable mess.

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  1. Feb 2, 2020
    10
    Really good and interesting game . fantastic dialoges. like a virtual Exit game .... you online can get out of a Museum with the help of aReally good and interesting game . fantastic dialoges. like a virtual Exit game .... you online can get out of a Museum with the help of a second figure. nice little games to get further. Expand
  2. Oct 16, 2019
    6
    The Bradwell Conspiracy is a single-player first-person puzzle adventure. While visiting the Bradwell Stonehenge Museum, something goesThe Bradwell Conspiracy is a single-player first-person puzzle adventure. While visiting the Bradwell Stonehenge Museum, something goes horribly wrong and you're left trapped inside the museum, with the building crumbling around you. Every visitor is given a pair of smart glasses, and yours boot up and give you a vitals scan, your throat is damaged from smoke inhalation, so you can't talk. With the help of your Smart Glasses, you attempt to find a way out, and make a friend that you can hear, but not see, and the lack of ability to talk makes your relationship slightly one-sided. Dr. Amber Randall attempts to help you to try and find an exit and links your glasses camera to her own, so you can at least convey where you are and what you can see. Along the way you are introduced to The Bradwell Corporations newest Technology, an experimental device that can manipulate a special material Brawellium dubbed simply Substance, and allows you to create items, at the cost of Substance so long as you have a blueprint. The early game help familiarize you with the mechanics of the game and then releases you into the area to take on puzzles, some that will make you REALLY use your thinker, so pay close attention to your surroundings! With a few manageable bugs, the Bradwell Conspiracy weaves quite the story, and will definitely keep your thinking cap on! Expand