Im malerischen Puzzlespiel Braid können Sie den Fluß der Zeit auf komische und ungewohnte Art und Weise beeinflussen. Reisen Sie durch eine Vielzahl von Welten und lösen Sie alle Puzzles, um eine entführte Prinzessin zu retten. In jeder Welt steht Ihnen eine andere Macht zur Verfügung, mit welcher Sie den Zeitverlauf beeinflussen können.
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Veröffentlichung: 10. Apr. 2009

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Im malerischen Puzzlespiel Braid können Sie den Fluß der Zeit auf komische und ungewohnte Art und Weise beeinflussen. Reisen Sie durch eine Vielzahl von Welten und lösen Sie alle Puzzles, um eine entführte Prinzessin zu retten. In jeder Welt steht Ihnen eine andere Macht zur Verfügung, mit welcher Sie den Zeitverlauf beeinflussen können. Spulen Sie die Zeit selbst zurück und stellen Sie sich Objekten und Zeitzonen, in welchen dies nicht möglich ist. Begeben Sie sich in parallel geschaltete Realitäten, verlangsamen Sie die Zeit und vieles mehr.
Braid schätzt Ihre Zeit und Aufmerksamkeit; nichts kommt doppelt vor. Jedes Puzzle bringt Ihnen etwas Neues und Interessantes der Spielewelt.
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  • Einfaches aber auch herausforderndes Spieleerlebnis:

    Braid ist ein 2-D Spiel, in welchem Sie niemals sterben oder verlieren können. Dennoch ist Braid eine echte Herausforderung — jedoch besteht die Herausforderung darin, Puzzles zu lösen und nicht darin, verzwickte Manöver auszuüben.
  • Geniale Puzzlewelt:

    Reisen Sie durch eine Vielzahl an Welten, um Puzzlestücke zu finden und lösen Sie die Puzzles dann mit Hilfe der Zeitmanipulation: Spulen Sie die Zeit zurück, schaffen Sie parallele Universen und erweitern Sie Zeitspannen. Das Spieleerlebnis ist einzigartig und neu und die Puzzles werden Ihre Gehirnzellen herausfordern.
  • Schönes Design:

    Das einzigartige Spieleerlebnis wird duch den malerhaften Kunststil und den großartigen Soundtrack ergänzt.
  • Flexible Geschichte:

    Die verschiedenen Welten werden durch eine flexible Geschichte verbunden und bieten Ihnen realitätsnahe Metaphern für Ihre Zeitmanipulationen, mit welchen Sie aktuelle Themen in "was-wäre-wenn" Universen projektieren und die Konsequenzen austesten können.
  • Flexibles Spieleerlebnis:

    Sie können im Spiel auch weiterkommen ohne alle Puzzles gelöst zu haben. Falls Sie nicht gleich die Lösung zu einem Puzzle finden, spielen Sie einfach weiter und versuchen Sie es später noch einmal.


Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7
    • Prozessor: 1.4GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher: 768 MB oder mehr
    • Festplatte: 200 MB oder mehr
    • Grafikkarte: Pixel Shader 2.0
    • DirectX® Version: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Controller Unterstützung: Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller für Windows
    • Betriebssystem: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder besser
    • Prozessor: Intel Mac 1,0 GHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: ATI Radeon(TM) 9500 oder besser, NVIDIA GeForce(TM) FX 5900 oder besser, Intel GMA 950 oder besser
    • Festplatte: 185 MB frei
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41 von 42 Personen (98%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. September
Braid is a platforming puzzle game which was released on Xbox Live initially in 2008 before later being ported onto PC in 2009. You play the character, Tim, as you attempt to rescue the princess from a monster (very cliche!).

Game play in Braid looks like a very generic puzzle platformer on face value, however with the addition of the special ability to manipulate time by rewinding and fast forwarding, you can find yourself in some very unique situations. The other gameplay elements are very much the same though, running, jumping and climbing around a standard platforming environment. Each level in the game adds a little bit of a change to the time bending ability which keeps things fresh each time you progress.

Braid is a very simple looking game; the graphics are standard two 2D style, however they do have a very pleasing charm to it. The art style within the game is just gorgeous to look at. The art work alone apparently took over a year to produce, and you can really tell a huge amount of heart and effort went into creating it.

The plot in Braid is very intriguing indeed. You are certainly in for a few twists and turns and very unpredictable outcomes throughout - I was personally in no way shape or form expecting the end of the game to end up how it did; and that is a nice change from a game since they can sometimes become very predictable. After finishing the game, you are able to find additional text that expand the story even further too.

The music used in Braid was selected by the developer himself, from licensed music, this was done to reduce the cost in the development stage. What I really liked about the music is that each tune has a different feel to it when you re-wind time in game; its a really small element, but it makes a huge difference to how you feel when playing.

I found Braid to be a difficult game; purely because I am the worst person possible when it comes to 1) Puzzles and 2) Platformers. Put the two together and it's just a mess. At times I had to resort to a trusty walkthrough to work it out, but for the majority of the time I was able to figure out each level on my own. Puzzle veterans may well find this game's puzzles to be easy, and still struggle on the platforming element to it!

Braid took me just over six hour to complete; this was purely a run through the story mode; there are a lot of Jigsaw pieces to find in the game which result in achievements, so will add a couple more hours of gameplay. Some of which are unobtainable at the first time of coming across them, so a little bit of replaying older levels is needed to collect them all. However I personally see no reason to replay the game only for the achievements. The story and gameplay 100% linear.

I had no technical problems whilst playing. Braid can be played at all resolutions up to 4k in windowed mode and full screen. A controller, as always with platformers is highly recommended to play but can also be played with keyboard.

To sum up, I am only going to Recommend Braid, simply because the two genres put together are my least favorite of all time, however take that with a pinch of salt because if you really enjoy puzzle/platformers, then this game is certainly for you and you need to pick it up, even at the full price of £6,99 this game is a steal!

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2) Only recommended when on sale
3) Recommended
4) Highly recommended
5) This is a must play

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17 von 17 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
31.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Juli
My review of Braid will be based on 4 categories: Performance, Gameplay, Graphics, and Story. As a summary, Braid masterfully ties the joy of platforming and non-traditional storytelling together to create an art game that really is unlike any other title out there. Billed as a personal critique on contemporary trends in game development by its creator, Braid achieved its goal to become one of the most memorable games released to date.

Being an indie title, one should already expect that Braid will only deliver the bare-bones needed to run the game. No sliders to slide, no boxes to tick on or off, just good old adjustable resolutions for proper scaling of the game. There is a problem with the speed though as running it at 1080p, irregardless of PC power, will make the game run at slow motion. The only fix as of writing is setting the game to run at 30 FPS which can be done via the launcher. Performance on a FX-6300 processor, R9 270 GPU, and 8 GB of RAM at 1080p gives a constant 30 FPS with no hitches whatsoever.

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No crashes experienced during playthroughs but be wary that no game is crash-free. For a list of possible fixes for known problems as well as essential tweaks, please visit this page.

Think of Braid as Super Mario Bros. but with simple time-manipulation mechanics. The whole gameplay of Braid revolves around moving time forward or backward to solve the game's well-crafted puzzles and such; sometimes you move keys around to open blocked doors, situations where you have to pause time at the right moment, and more often than not, you travel back in time to solve a puzzle which has already been done and blocked. The extent of your time manipulation is heavily influenced by the game's six worlds, each one of them altering what your powers can do and each one of them creatively mixing things up that will surely take patience to solve.

The graphics are very beautiful. Everything looks like a living painting that just can't wait to pop-out of the screen. Each world is well designed and has its own unique look; from the joyful, sunny fields of world 2 to the silent and eerie backdrop of world 4, the change of scenery as you progress through the game is a complement to the overall story that's already unfolding to the player as he/she plays.

Braid is art and don't let anybody tell you otherwise. Aside from the beautiful painting-like graphics and the excellent soundtrack, Its story about a man and his personal desires is one of the best written in the medium. Braid's unique story doesn't require narrators and dialogue, it's already perfect in the way that it conveys its message through the combination of gameplay mechanics, the art-style of each world, music, and the occasional textbook that tells us of our hero's trials and tribulations. Right from the very beginning of the game, as you see the lone shadow that you start to control and move to the right towards the city engulfed by flames, you'll know that the game is something special.

And there you have it.
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6 von 6 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
2.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Juni
I have played through this game many times. I've had a number of friends pop round just so I could complete a speed run for them! This game never gets old for me.

Braid is a playform game with a heavy puzzle elemenet which for the most part is based on time manipulation. The puzzles are wll thought out to a point that you may spend a while working them out at first but when you do, it leave you thinking, how did I miss that!

The visuals are beautiful with a stunning soundtrack and deep story. If you are going to be playing this for the first time, I urge you not to rush and read through the books which present the story to you. I fear many people miss it as they are acustomed to the story being forced upon you with cutscenes and dialog.

For me, this game is in my top ten games of all time.
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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. September
Fantastic, intelligent, brilliant and with a lot of spirit, this has to be, beside Fez, one of the best platformers I have ever played. Highly recommended if you wannt use your brain. :)

Art style is also beautiful, music pleasant.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. September
Braid is a puzzle-platformer with time control elements.

You're Tim. You are in search for a princess that was taken away by an evil monster. As you advance on your quest, you're given books to understand Tim's story and his motivations. The game features 6 chapters, each one with a new time themed mechanic that you have to use to solve the levels. Great level design, handmade beautiful art, a splendid soundtrack and an amazing story, make this game a masterpiece.

★★★★★ | Loved it
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