LogiGun will strike an immediate chord of familiarity with anyone who’s played Valve’s hit puzzle game Portal. You won’t be making any portals, but you will be equipped with guns that allow you to manipulate your environment as you move from one side of bizarrely dangerous rooms to the other, and there’s even a passive-aggressive female overseer shadowing your every move and encouraging you to just give up and go home. Fortunately, it shares one other characteristic with the Portal games: it’s pretty darn good. Most of the puzzles require skillful, even ingenious, use of the game's 6 guns, although some deft platforming will also be necessary.Every level has around 3 or 4 different rooms, usually of increasing difficulty. Most rooms have a number of smaller puzzles which need to solved in order to ultimately escape the room.guns themselves are the focus of the game, and deservedly so. They range from the standard grapple gun to the peculiar squit cannon to the infuriating, yet satisfying, spike bow. Most of the guns have at least 2 uses.One of the things that I liked the most regarding Logi-Gun was the difficulty level. The game is by no means simple, and yet it avoids becoming mind-numbingly difficult.In conclusion, Logi-Gun is a fantastic game with great and controls and graphics, and it will have you scratching your head in thought, but not slamming it against a wall in frustration.
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