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  • Summary: Set in a fantastic world of flesh, rock and steel, a little robot is trapped in an underground complex. His journey to freedom will require you to solve a great variety of puzzling challenges. And while the game is easy to pick up and play, many of the challenges will test your logic, memorySet in a fantastic world of flesh, rock and steel, a little robot is trapped in an underground complex. His journey to freedom will require you to solve a great variety of puzzling challenges. And while the game is easy to pick up and play, many of the challenges will test your logic, memory and wits. Expand

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  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. Mar 17, 2015
    80
    Overall, Unmechanical Extended is a lovely way to spend a few hours lost in a silent world taxing those brain cells with an adorable main character too.
  2. Feb 1, 2015
    80
    It respects both the genre and your time, and for that — along with plenty of other reasons — there's quite a satisfying experience to be had.
  3. Feb 2, 2015
    80
    It's still as clever and fun as the original, and the extra chapter makes it feel a little bit longer. If you're looking for a short but intense experience, Unemchanical won't disappoint you.
  4. Jan 30, 2015
    70
    A puzzling game, in every sense of the word. In that manner there are puzzles, each of which must be surmounted before you can progress, but equally its lack of any true storytelling, beyond that which you create yourself, or indeed any hand-holding to point you in the right direction almost cause too much confusion.
  5. 70
    The complete lack of context and non-existent story give you nothing to latch on to. The variety of puzzles found in the game don’t have much replay value, and even on the first go round, the more ambitious ones can certainly frustrate.
  6. Mar 12, 2015
    66
    The puzzles needed to be more creative and challenging, a bit of a help navigating would have been nice, and I could have done without the timing-based puzzles with the sloppy controls.
  7. 50
    Despite featuring some creative brainteasers, Unmechanical: Extended is hampered by its lack of meaningful plot, little replay value and unfortunately brisk length.

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  2. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. Aug 2, 2016
    7
    I played the 'Extended' edition of the game. I have to admit, I was not expecting an extended version of the game to only be just over an hourI played the 'Extended' edition of the game. I have to admit, I was not expecting an extended version of the game to only be just over an hour to play through, however I did enjoy playing it.

    The puzzles were instinctive and the controls were basic however the game is challenging enough to leave you with a sense of achievement.

    Although the game has no dialog the game allows your mind to build its own narrative through the surroundings and it cleverly creates the impression that you are part of something greater.

    It’s a game that you might play through a second time to try and gain some of the achievements missed on the first sitting but it not likely to draw you back in again and again.
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  2. May 1, 2018
    1
    L'indé du jour est une espèce de jeu de plate-forme avec un petit robot mongolo volant perdu dans un souterrain industriel. Putain, dit commeL'indé du jour est une espèce de jeu de plate-forme avec un petit robot mongolo volant perdu dans un souterrain industriel. Putain, dit comme ça, ça donne déjà envie... ou pas. Robogogolo peut juste faire une chose (à part faire l'hélicoptère bien sûr) : avec son aimant au cul, il peut tracter des pierres ou des objets pas trop lourds pour activer des interrupteurs qui ouvrent des portes et des grilles et tout ça...

    A dire vrai, il s'agit davantage d'un jeu de puzzle casse-burnes que d'un jeu de plate-forme mais réalisé correctement avec l'Unreal 3, ce qui reste assez rare dans le petit monde merdveilleux des indés faisandés qu'on croit très frais mais qui ne le sont pas.

    La musique artificielle est rapidement désagréable, tout comme l'intégralité de cette chienlit à énigmes pénibles dans ce petit univers de déchèterie à la mords-moi-le-noeud : c'est concon et chiant à la fois et ça n'amusera que la poubelle, laquelle se délecte des indés qui sentent le poisson.
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