Guidez un groupe de rectangles au travers d'un série d'obstacles, en faisant usage de leurs différents talents ensemble pour arriver à la fin de chaque environnement.
Évaluations des utilisateurs : Majoritairement positive (6,053 évaluation(s)) - 95% des 6,053 évaluations des utilisateurs pour ce jeu sont positives.
Date de parution: 12 nov 2012

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"This is a game that will make you care about puzzle-platforming with coloured blocks because a British man talks about them a lot."
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31 août

Volume, out now

Hey all, wow, I've never done an announcement on here before, but, I thought I'd drop by, blow away a couple of cobwebs, and invite all of you to check out my new game, Volume.

It's a stealth game, but one designed to welcome new players as much as reward sneaky veterans. We're really proud of it, and the community are already doing great things with the editor.

Also, Danny's in it, which is always fun

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“For all its charm, Thomas is more than just the super-minimalist-yet-incredibly-engaging tales of a few plucky AIs. It's the story of games. Of how they get made and played, of the joys and frustrations they bring and of the thousands of tiny iterative processes that go into evolving single titles and the entire medium into their best forms.”
Evan Narcisse, Kotaku

“It proves that you don't need tens of millions of dollars and hundreds of staff to make a game story worth telling, just a good hook, an engaging vision, and a whole lot of heart.”
9/10 – Josh Tolentino, Destructoid

“The understated aesthetic design and unusual co-op puzzles will absorb you for the game’s duration – the wit and personality of the writing, though, will stay with you for much longer.”
8/10 – Keza MacDonald, IGN

À propos de ce jeu

Thomas était seul, et après, et bien, il ne l'était plus.

Thomas Was Alone est un jeu de plateforme Indie minimaliste, en 2D, à propos d'amitié, de sauts, de flottement et d'anti-gravité. Guidez un groupe de rectangles à travers une série d'obstacles, utilisant leurs différentes capacités ensemble afin d'arriver à la fin de chaque environnement.
Ecoutez des musiques incroyables par David Housden. Sautez à travers des rectangles méticuleusement placés par Mike Bithell. Ecoutez la voix off lue avec nostalgie et un peu d'amusement par Danny Wallace.

Thomas Was Alone raconte l'histoire des premières Intelligences Artificielles sensibles, et de comment elles travaillèrent ensemble pour, et bien, ne pas s'échapper tells the story of the world's first sentient AIs, and how they worked together to, well, not escape: Escape is a strong word. 'Emerge' might be better. 'Emerge' has an air of importance about it, while keeping the myriad plot twists and superhero origin stories you'll discover under wraps. We didn't even mention the bouncing. That'd be overkill.


  • Battez les 100 niveaux, et retrouvez l'histoires des IAs.
  • Utilisez les capacités uniques de plus de 10 personnages.
  • Plongez-vous dans la musique immersive de David Housden, encensée par la critique.
  • Riez de bon cœur avec la narration de Danny Wallace

Configuration requise

Mac OS X
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP
    • Processeur : 500 Mhz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • DirectX® : 7.0
    • Disque dur : 400 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X 10.5
    • Processeur : 500 MHz
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 400 Mo d'espace disque disponible
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.6 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 juillet
Très bon jeu, simpliste dans la réalisation mais inventif et agréable au niveau du gameplay ! Le jeu ne vous bloque pas (à l'instar des Super Meat Boy et autres VVVVVV) ce qui rend le tout très fluide, et l'histoire est amusante avec les personnalités de chaque "pixel". La musique est calme et parfaite pour l'ambiance.
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2 personnes ont trouvé cette évaluation amusante
7.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 2 novembre
Un petit jeu vraiment génial, et qui malgré un gameplay simple et des graphismes minimalistes m'a vraiment apporté beaucoup de fun.

Pour commencer, la narration, couplée à la musique, forment un ensemble tout simplement génial. Et cohérent. Le gameplay est simple, et vous contrôlerez différents personnages avec des capacités variées. Celles-ci vous permettront d'avancer dans les niveaux qui se présent plus ou moins sous la forme d'énigmes. Bien souvent, vous devrez intéragir intelligemment avec votre environnement pour venir à bout de l'un d'elles.

Sans être trop compliqué, ce jeu vous fera travailler vos méninges. L'expérience de jeu proposée ici est assez unique, et dans le bon sens du terme. Ce serait dommage de passer à côté !
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
4.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 13 novembre
Thomas Was Alone est un puzzle-game vraiment sympa ! Un narrateur nous raconte l’histoire de Thomas alors que les personnages sont de simples formes géométriques. Et c’est clairement suffisant pour nous faire passer les quelques heures que dure l’aventure sans s’ennuyer avec à chaque nouveau « niveau » un nouvel élément de gameplay.

Note : 16/20
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59 personne(s) sur 65 (91%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
7.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 3 juin
Thomas Was Alone is a puzzle platformer that shows off how good platforming games can be in the present day. You start out the game playing Thomas, a red rectangle, and as you progress through the stages you will meet many different characters, which you can also play. These different characters all have names and their own special ability that makes them all an integral part of the game.

The story of Thomas Was Alone is told by a narrator, his voice soothes you and this gives the game a lot of feelings. You wouldn't think you would grow any kind of attachment to simple shapes, but you do. The narration can be quite funny at times, and the fourth wall is often broken on several occasions.

I really like the art style in TOA, it's simple, yet it has that really polished feel to it. Like with most platformers, it's not exactly graphically intensive, but it still represents a pretty looking game.

Each level consist of a number of puzzles and jumping challenges to make, you have to make use of all the characters in each stage in order to progress, and often in some levels, there are more than one way to complete them, leaving you room to experiment with different methods. The difficulty of Thomas Was Alone is quite high once you reach the half way point, often at times I had to revert to a FAQ in order to figure out how to progress.

I finished Thomas Was Alone in seven hours, which is quite long for a platformer; there are also additional challenges, which involve getting to difficult to reach places that will let you squeeze a little bit out of replay-ability the game. Unfortunately though, once you've had one play through, there's not much else to see and you won't need to boot it up again.

My conclusion is that Thomas Was Alone must be in your library as it's one of, if not the best platforming experience you will have

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14 personne(s) sur 17 (82%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
5.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 27 juillet
If one had to play only a single Indie game, Thomas Was Alone would be the one, hands down.

A player starts the game as Thomas, a plain, red rectangle that has just gained sentience after being part of an artificial intelligence experiment in the real world. However, in the digital world, Thomas learns to feel and express himself, attempting to learn more about the world and his inner-conflicts and importance. Along his journey, he meets up with other shapes each with a unique ability, such as being able to double jump (Thomas and all the others can only single jump), to be used as a springboard, or to swim (which the others cannot). These shapes are a few of many characters that exist in Thomas Was Alone. Each shape has a unique personality that is conveyed by the narration throughout the game. In addition, each shape Thomas encounters is also controllable by the person playing the game, which creates the need for teamwork and strategy.

At first, the shapes think too highly of themselves to feel the need to cooperate with the others. They soon figure out that they can escape to the real world, become architects, and change the virtual world they inhabit, for the betterment of all shapes. This creates a common goal that they work toward as a team instead of as individuals. To make progress, they need each other's unique abilities.

Thomas Was Alone is a game that teaches fundamental lessons about life. We all are a part of a bigger picture and we must coexist and cooperate to make any sort of advancement. We all need to learn how to overcome obstacles to cooperation. We all need to learn the meaning of true friendship while discovering our true selves and our unique talents. These themes reverberate throughout the game, or should I say, work of art.

Final Ratings
*I wrote a review back in 2013 (When I completed the game) but felt Thomas Was Alone could use some more justice so I constructed an updated review.*

Gameplay: 10/10 - Never was bored, played it all in one playthrough, loved the soundtrack and narration.

Storyline: 10/10+ My favorite Indie game of all time. This story speaks more than most games can.

Combat: N/A

Scary? Nope.

Pop-Ups: None.

Graphics: Not even worth rating. The story trumps the graphics in this case.

100% Achievements: Easy.

Singleplayer: 10/10 - It was so superb I played through it all in one sitting.

Replayability: 10/10 - I will definitely revist and play through Thomas Was Alone again.

Multiplayer: N/A - No multiplayer needed to admire this wonderful game.
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