In the dark and mysterious world of Closure, only what you see exists. Manipulate lights to phase objects in and out of reality in this multiple-award-winning puzzle game. Play as a strange spider-like demon who explores the stories of three human characters through beautiful, eerie environments such as a decrepit factory, a murky...
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Data di rilascio: 7 set 2012

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Recensioni

IGN: 8.5/10 - "Stylish and engaging, Closure’s thoughtful and pensive approach to the puzzle genre should be applauded."

1-UP: A- - "The game is crammed with challenges and collectibles that will hold your attention well passed the expiration date of most downloadable titles."

Joystiq: 4/5 - "Closure offers up a unique puzzle experience set in a wonderfully moody environment caught somewhere between the designs of Dan Paladin and Edward Gorey."

Informazioni sul gioco

In the dark and mysterious world of Closure, only what you see exists. Manipulate lights to phase objects in and out of reality in this multiple-award-winning puzzle game. Play as a strange spider-like demon who explores the stories of three human characters through beautiful, eerie environments such as a decrepit factory, a murky forest, an abandoned carnival, and the strange, surreal realm that connects them together.

Requisiti di sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows 7/Vista/XP
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Dedicated graphics card, 512MB with support for OpenGL 2.0, older or integrated (intel HD) cards probably will not work.
    • Hard Drive:512 MB HD space
    • Additional:email support@closuregame.com if you have problems
    Minimum:
    • OS:10.6
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo or higher
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:Dedicated graphics card, 512MB with support for OpenGL 2.0, older or integrated (intel HD) cards probably will not work.
    • Hard Drive:512 MB HD space
    • Additional:email support@closuregame.com if you have problems
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seneca29
( 8.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 13 maggio
Voto 7/10

Closure è stato un errore.
;)

L'ho giocato perché volevo fare un gioco che ha giocato ed era piaciuto a mio fratello. Quel gioco non era Closure ma Oscura. OPS!

Oscure, ehm, volevo dire CLOSURE è un gioco 2d puzzle con un'idea di base molto intelligente e originale. Puoi solo toccare e camminare sulle superfici che sono illuminate, il che significa che se c'è un muro ma nessuna luce su di esso puoi semplicemente passargli attraverso. E se il pavimento è buio? Cadi e muori.

Ci sono diversi livelli e tendenzialmente sono fatti bene, quindi il gioco si impara senza tutorial ma grazie ai livelli che all'inizio sono facili e diventano via via più impegnativi.
Insomma mi sono divertito a trovare la soluzione di ogni quadro, ma ad essere onesto ho cercato aiuto su internet per il livello 6 dell'ultima porta. Ma a chi interessa? ;)

Il punto di forza del gioco è proprio l'idea originale della luce. La maggior debolezza invece è che a volte muori solo per un piccolo errore e devi ricomnciare il livello da capo. Quasi sempre trovavo la soluzione MOLTO prima di metterla concretamente in pratica... A causa di questi piccoli errori. E non si può ricominciare "due secondi prima di morire" ma devi proprio ripartire... il che è brutto e talvolta frustrante.

Comunque consiglio il gioco a chi ama i puzzle e chi vuole provare qualcosa di nuovo per usare l'intelligenza in qualche modo nuovo.

+ Puzzle molto originali basati sulla luce
+ Buona atmosfera (bianco e nero e musiche)

- Un piccolo errore può costringerti a ricominciare il livello da capo
- Il finale dà poca soddisfazione
Aekuems
( 5.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 4 maggio
Very interesting puzzle-platformer in which the only things that exist are things which are illuminated.
Great fun, challanging at times as well, very good.
CUPooUT
( 13.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
giocato in un periodo in cui avevo fatto scorpacciata di platform, Closure è stato quello che mi ha stomacato. preso a se è un buon gioco ma con l'offerta di rompicapi che c'è nello store passa inosservato, si perde nei grigi di tanti altri giochi del genere. lo stile grafico è oggettivamente particolare, soggettivamente non entusiasmante e la simil"trama" intasca lo stesso giudizio. il gameplay è basato sul concetto che solo ciò che è illuminato è reale; se il pavimento sotto i vostri piedi non riceve più luce, smette di esistere. il restart è fortunatamente rapido anche perchè morirete e tanto. il concetto diventa frustrante in alcuni livelli più lunghi in cui dovrete ripetere tutto il processo più volte. se dovessi dare un voto sarebbe un 5, ma lo consiglio ad un prezzaccio agli amanti del genere.
Ch0plol
( 3.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 aprile
Cool atmospheric puzzle-platformer. I recommend this one. At $10 I'd say it's worth it, and when Steam sales come up it will be definitely worth it
Salarn
( 3.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 marzo
https://youtu.be/cVtCelcXhN0

This puzzle platformer uses light and shadow to not only control what is seen by the player but also what surfaces are available for navigation. This clever twist gives closure a lot of mechanics to work with despite having a small set of player verbs.

The high contrast black & white visuals combined with a eerie sound track builds tension and a sense of dread that puts an ominous weight play that enhances the overall experience.
FranRH
( 22.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 febbraio
A wonderful puzzle game.
The game’s difficulty is well balanced and the atmosphere it creates with its music and art are amazing.
Shrink
( 8.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 febbraio
Quite innovate idea. If you like 2D puzzle games, I suggest you give this game a try. Not only it's quite unique in its design, game has very cool scary/dreamy flavour to it. I personally enjoyed it very much.
Bachuuu
( 3.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 febbraio
Waste of time and money, look away.
beef flavored human substitute
( 8.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 14 febbraio
Closure is a solid little puzzle game with unique mechanics, excellent atmosphere, and some truly challenging puzzles. It can be unforgiving, small missteps making a level un-winnable, and the physics occasionally uncooperative, but a quick reset button and generally short levels curb the frustration.

The unique light mechanics make for some wonderful puzzles, and the art design complements them well. Certainly though, the music in the game caught me by surprise. It works perfectly for the puzzles. With its wide variety of ambiance, Closure's soundtrack has become one of my favorites.

The dev commentary is also a nice little addition that I wish I saw more often in games.

In any case, I definitely recommend this game for anyone who enjoys a good puzzle.
Sojiro
( 1.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 2 febbraio
A really interesting and original atmospheric puzzle that's beatifully crafted and illustrated. It will tie your brain into knots as it plays with your notion of reality.
Oddysia Pa'ar
( 1.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 febbraio
Ugh I love this game, it's so distrpurbingly different with its concept if nothing existing except within the light. The style is fabulous, gameplay addictive and also eerie. If you like puzzle games that are truly dark and different, then this is for you.
ITALIAN
( 8.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 28 gennaio
Closure é um game de Puzzle, Dark 2D bem legal.
Gostei da sonora, ambiente e os desenhos.
O que achei mais legal é você ter que manipular a luz dentro do cenário para andar, explorar e resolver os puzzles.
Comprei no Winter Sale por 1,99 e valeu super a pena, recomendo =)
PsychoToast3r CSGOrage.com
( 8.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 gennaio
Great Puzzle game that plays with lights and shadow. Some levels are pretty difficult but not unsolvable.
Zhiu
( 0.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 gennaio
1/5 stars.
Unidentified
( 3.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 gennaio
WTB actual colours
lymond
( 22.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 19 gennaio
Really fun and challenging little puzzle game. Puzzles range from fairly easy to extremely challengine, with most falling on the latter part of the scale. Many levels may require quite a few start overs to complete as you will die often. Levels are otherwise quite short so starting over often is not a big deal.

Game has an interesting aesthetic and pleasant soundscape/mood. Your main character thing - not sure what it is - morphs into other more human like characters for different level sets, which sort of provides a theme to those levels.

Game presents you with about 80 or so levels. Depending on your aptitude at solving the puzzles, the game could take several hours to complete the first time; maybe a couple of days even. It does have replay value as you can play again to find more - and solving - of the secrets you etiher missed the first time through or avoided due to the challenge. Of course, you can try to complete the game as fast as possible the next time you play.

The game is pretty darn hard the first time playing, but once you make it through, a second or third play through should be relatively easier. A very enjoyable game that will make you think and use brain cells. The game I can think of that most compares to this is "Limbo", another fine and challenging puzzle game.
janzenerik
( 4.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 gennaio
If Tim Burton was a game dev, this would be one of the games he would make.
Milani
( 10.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 17 gennaio
An amazing Indie Game, challenging puzzles, a stunning artwork and a great soundtrack. 10/10
TrueChicken
( 3.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 9 gennaio
Its a finnety-fine game.

Its a fine fork felony fellatio fat fond funky furry game.

It this game was an apple, it would be a green apple.

If this game was an youtuber, it wouldnt be a really famous youtuber like pewdiepie but an youtuber with more subscribers than the average youtuber nonetheless.
gnigl
( 9.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 9 gennaio
I admire original idea, visual style, sometimes catchy music and of course great puzzles. I recommend this piece for everyone, who likes to solve logic puzzles. I appreciate also achievements, which are not insane and don't force players to uselessly reapeat the game.
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Pubblicata: 13 maggio
Voto 7/10

Closure è stato un errore.
;)

L'ho giocato perché volevo fare un gioco che ha giocato ed era piaciuto a mio fratello. Quel gioco non era Closure ma Oscura. OPS!

Oscure, ehm, volevo dire CLOSURE è un gioco 2d puzzle con un'idea di base molto intelligente e originale. Puoi solo toccare e camminare sulle superfici che sono illuminate, il che significa che se c'è un muro ma nessuna luce su di esso puoi semplicemente passargli attraverso. E se il pavimento è buio? Cadi e muori.

Ci sono diversi livelli e tendenzialmente sono fatti bene, quindi il gioco si impara senza tutorial ma grazie ai livelli che all'inizio sono facili e diventano via via più impegnativi.
Insomma mi sono divertito a trovare la soluzione di ogni quadro, ma ad essere onesto ho cercato aiuto su internet per il livello 6 dell'ultima porta. Ma a chi interessa? ;)

Il punto di forza del gioco è proprio l'idea originale della luce. La maggior debolezza invece è che a volte muori solo per un piccolo errore e devi ricomnciare il livello da capo. Quasi sempre trovavo la soluzione MOLTO prima di metterla concretamente in pratica... A causa di questi piccoli errori. E non si può ricominciare "due secondi prima di morire" ma devi proprio ripartire... il che è brutto e talvolta frustrante.

Comunque consiglio il gioco a chi ama i puzzle e chi vuole provare qualcosa di nuovo per usare l'intelligenza in qualche modo nuovo.

+ Puzzle molto originali basati sulla luce
+ Buona atmosfera (bianco e nero e musiche)

- Un piccolo errore può costringerti a ricominciare il livello da capo
- Il finale dà poca soddisfazione
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Pubblicata: 27 aprile
giocato in un periodo in cui avevo fatto scorpacciata di platform, Closure è stato quello che mi ha stomacato. preso a se è un buon gioco ma con l'offerta di rompicapi che c'è nello store passa inosservato, si perde nei grigi di tanti altri giochi del genere. lo stile grafico è oggettivamente particolare, soggettivamente non entusiasmante e la simil"trama" intasca lo stesso giudizio. il gameplay è basato sul concetto che solo ciò che è illuminato è reale; se il pavimento sotto i vostri piedi non riceve più luce, smette di esistere. il restart è fortunatamente rapido anche perchè morirete e tanto. il concetto diventa frustrante in alcuni livelli più lunghi in cui dovrete ripetere tutto il processo più volte. se dovessi dare un voto sarebbe un 5, ma lo consiglio ad un prezzaccio agli amanti del genere.
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Pubblicata: 1 marzo
https://youtu.be/cVtCelcXhN0

This puzzle platformer uses light and shadow to not only control what is seen by the player but also what surfaces are available for navigation. This clever twist gives closure a lot of mechanics to work with despite having a small set of player verbs.

The high contrast black & white visuals combined with a eerie sound track builds tension and a sense of dread that puts an ominous weight play that enhances the overall experience.
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11 persone su 11 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
Consigliato
13.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 dicembre 2015
Remember those short levels in Yoshi's Island where you could only see through a small light circle surrounding your character ?
This puzzle game elaborates upon the idea on more sophisticated ways, but with a unique catch: what cannot be seen does not exist. Platforms and walls become thin air when not in light.
From this base, there is enough variation not to be bored along the way.

Please note that the atmosphere is very strange and gloomy in this game, which you may or may not like.

If you want a demo, I advise you to try the Flash prototype the devs published a long time ago at Newsground. The final game is slightly better and more refined iirc, but it should give you a taste.
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Pubblicata: 9 dicembre 2015
Closure is a solid puzzle-platformer, hampered only slightly by its limited scope but aided by gorgeously stark visuals and moody score.

You play as a weird little spider thing that puts on masks of people's faces and traverses their memories (I assume, as there's no spoken dialogue). Platforms are only solid when a light source is illuminating them, and you manipulate a variety of these to create or remove terrain so you can reach the exit door in each stage. The mechanic is consistent, buta llittle finnicky -- terrain partially lit by orbs tends to create sloped edges or free-floating pixels of floor, which combined with slippery controls will kill you a few times. The most frustrating moments come from falling through a floor or wall after painstakingly setting up platforms in a 1-2 minute stage, because you weren't quite precise enough. But engine quirks come with the territory in indie platformers, so it's easily overlooked.

What makes Closure really work is the way the level chains are paced. It has over 100 levels, but cerebral puzzle-solving is broken up by stages that serve only to (literally) illuminate the backstory of the characters whose lives you're navigating. You only realize this as you're moving through it, and realize there's no puzzle beyond carrying the light to the exit and seeing the environment unfold ahead of you. It's a neat trick that made me want to keep playing in a way that an unbroken string of puzzles wouldn't have.

The game has some rough edges, but it's a very enjoyable playthrough if you like puzzle-platformers. Definitely recommend.
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9.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 gennaio
I admire original idea, visual style, sometimes catchy music and of course great puzzles. I recommend this piece for everyone, who likes to solve logic puzzles. I appreciate also achievements, which are not insane and don't force players to uselessly reapeat the game.
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8.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 gennaio
Closure é um game de Puzzle, Dark 2D bem legal.
Gostei da sonora, ambiente e os desenhos.
O que achei mais legal é você ter que manipular a luz dentro do cenário para andar, explorar e resolver os puzzles.
Comprei no Winter Sale por 1,99 e valeu super a pena, recomendo =)
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9.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 dicembre 2015
I've installed it for cards and started playing. After a few minutes, I forgot about anything else than how to solve THAT little annoying piece of ... puzzle. And so on and so on - level after level, hour after hour.

Closure is worth its price. It steals whole evening and makes you go to sleep later that you planned.
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1.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 gennaio
This game's weird. I like it.
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8.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 gennaio
Great Puzzle game that plays with lights and shadow. Some levels are pretty difficult but not unsolvable.
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1.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 8 gennaio
No matter how hard I tried I just couldn't get into this game, and because of that it just seemed boring and tedius. I don't know why I find other puzzle games are fun, but not this one.
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29 persone su 33 (88%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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1.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 1 luglio 2013
CLOSURE is a black and white alienish platform puzzle game where the world exists because of light. Without light, there is only nothing and I mean nothing, if you try to jump onto a platform that doesn't have light near it, you will fall through the world. If you are swimming and your light floats away, you will drop out of the world without it. Solid walls become jumps when there is no light on them. The object of each of the almost 100 levels is basically to make it to the door at the end. You can pick up lit orbs, you can put lit orbs into carriers that will carry them. This leads to some really interesting platform mechanics, such as moving lights turn into elevators when normally they'd be solid walls. You can put orbs into transporters that will make 2 areas lit instead of 1. There are push boxes, push rollers that will of course roll, lit push boxes, lamps that you can adjust to cast light onto different areas and so on. This is a unique, enjoyable, atmospheric, immerse game, but I have a feeling that once you're done, you're done. They made a really alien world here and the music is awesome and belongs in a suspense drama. After the tutorial levels when the game opens up, the music eases up so its not as intense. Very worth a play through, I own it a few different ways, Steam, GOG, did I mention its free for Playstation Plus members?
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17.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 ottobre 2014
Guide your little person up the ladder, across the gaps in the floor and out the door. But if you can't see it, It doesn't exist. Walk off into the darkness and fall into oblivion. Wall lamps can be rotated to reveal floors and glowing orbs can be carried to light your way. Some doors need to be unlocked with a key and you can carry only one thing at a time. Appropriate for a game about light and shadow the odd art design is done entirely in black and white.

The levels were a bit on the easy side, But I enjoyed the light/dark aspect, music and art design. Things are kept at a minimum, Though perhaps too minimal. I think more interesting things could have been done with the games gimmick. There's no story in the game. Just different themes for the three groups of levels. Which is fine as the game is fairly abstract anyway, But filling out the vignettes more would have been nice.
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10.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 novembre 2013
Closure's puzzle design is new, unique, and absolutely brilliant. The story is told without you ever reading anything or any voice acting. The music and art style is extremely moody and creepy in an almost Tim Burton-esque way, but still has plenty of it's own personality. Highly reccomended for it's top notch atmosphere and genious puzzle design. Solving the puzzles always feels rewarding. I cannot complement the developers enough on this masterpiece.
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Pubblicata: 6 luglio 2014
Closure is a platform-puzzle game in a very unique form.

It has a very beautiful and minimalist (and kind of creepy) design all in black and white and very good sound and music as well. The way the game works with the shadow/light is pretty cool, and the levels are very well design, some of them has more than one way to be completed or some "secrets", and that's pretty cool.

The gameplay is pretty simple: you walk, grab some items, jump and enter the doors. That's it. The little tutorial in the beginning of the game is cool and teach that in a nice and practical way.

The light/shadow trick is the heart of the game, only the things that are in the light are visible and exists, you can't go out or place any object in the shadow. This is the point of most fun and sometimes frustration.

The idea of taking a light always with you to know and (literally) make your path is awesome, and very original. It is explored in many ways until the end of the game but there are levels that you will take so much time to you figure what to do and in the last moment you let go that beam of light and it's all lost because the key is gone in the dark.

The good point is that you can play it for 15 minutes or so, clear one or two levels and return later, because you will not have to learn all over again. It's pretty intuitive.

So, if you like some puzzles you should definitely try Closure, it is nice, simple, beautiful, original and challenging.
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7.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 gennaio 2015
I suppose the concept is pretty original, yes, but I think that's for a reason... there's just no way it could've worked. A puzzle platformer where the puzzles are easy and the platforming is clunky. Spend several minutes on tedious puzzles only to fail a jump and have to restart the entire level. Whoops, that looked solid, but apparently it isn't. Item babysitting is really fun, especially when the entire game is focused around it.

Sigh. I can't be nice to this game, there's not much enjoyable about it.

The "puzzles" in this game are not ever too challenging. The hardest part is figuring out whether or not what you're trying to do is actually possible, since it's often ambiguous. Move speed is slow, jump is barely passable in height. It's not really a very good platforming engine, and the physics are often clunky. There's some decent brainteasers in the game though so I'm not going to pretend it's devoid of real puzzle design, but the tricky stuff is tricky for the wrong reasons. A lot of the puzzles seem to want to make you explore the area a bit and then restart because you did something wrong while exploring. And there's not a lot of variety; lots of the same things over and over with no clever twists on them.

The game's also way too punishing for how long some of the puzzles go on. Way too easy to jump up onto a box but WHOOPS you forgot to leave your orb next to the box so it plummets into the abyss. Fail a jump you're not sure you can make and WHOOPS back to the start. Losing keys also happens frequently. And the physics lead to some fun times, enjoy your accidentally crushed orb please and thank you. This is especially annoying in the levels that are comprised of several smaller puzzles instead of one big one. Screw up one puzzle and you have to redo all the others too, even though there's no good reason to. The puzzles are already tedious enough without the game forcing you to play them over and over again to figure out everything about them.

In short, it's not fun. At all.

The art style is okay, though the lack of color results in everything looking pretty samey after a while. The music's way too overblown for the game and there's far too few different music tracks. The game has too many levels, could've stood to have less considering the lack of variety, it just feels overlong. Especially when there are levels without any puzzle to be found; not kidding. I think this would've been better with a Braid-like rewind system to avoid the tedium of having to replay everything whenever you screw up a puzzle, honestly. Even if it's a "ripoff" that way, well, at least it'd be more fun to play.

Not recommended at all for either puzzle fans or platforming fans, there's far better out there than this.
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12.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 5 dicembre 2013
This game has a unique aesthetic combined with a novel game mechanic. The multi-legged shape-shifting protagonist uses light to manipulate the game world. Whatever is not illuminated does not exist. The levels build on this mechanic and become increasingly complex as the player works through the challenge of completing the game.

Some levels (at least for me) are fairly challenging while others will seem straight forward, but I suspect different gamers will find a varying level of challenge on the same levels. i.e. What is a piece of cake for me might be a bear for you and vice versa.

I've played this game for about 8 hours over a few days and am closing in on completing it. Hoping to achieve 100% completion. The game has fascinated me and left me wanting to get back and see what new creative challenge the next level holds.
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14.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 ottobre 2014
Closure is a puzzle game with a simple premise - what you cant see really isn't there. I thought this was a cool premise.

Most of the puzzles were very easy some even purely atmospheric. However, many times i fell through annoying small holes in the ground or messed up on something really minute causing me to replay the whole level. This game was still very fun despite being really annoying.

The final level set and secret bonuses were mostly pretty challenging and enjoyable. Closure has no replay value but the over 100 levels should last a decent amount of time themselves. There is also a developer commentary unlocked when you complete the game any%. I found it fairly interesting.

I got this game in the 1$ humble bundle. I thought it was a great game buy it if you like an atmospheric puzzler
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14.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 ottobre 2014
Closure is a 2D platform puzzle game, where everything that has light on it exists. Everything that doesn't have lights will make you fall down. If you fall down to the bottom of the screen you will die. That sounds really simple as a mechanic, but is really well executed in the game. With a great look at detail. The thing you have to do is in every level is that you have to open a door to get to the next level. So you for instance have to find a key or get some object activated to open the door. You will be really challenged by many of puzzles. Some puzzles also got me really stuck for a while. What I like in the levels are the many different puzzles with new objects. The design and the sounddesign combine well within the game, working well with the game's aesthetics. The only bad thing I can say about the game was that at the third stage of the game the puzzles where strangely enough really easy. When compared to the stages before that. (Maybe it was just me.) Closure is instead of many other puzzle games I experienced, packed with many hours of gameplay. (12 hours )
Closure is also one of the few games that convinced me to replay some levels over again to get all the collectables. Which is challenging.

In short: A puzzle game with many hours of play where only anything in the light exists.

If you are interested you can try the gameplay out on newgrounds:
http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/480006
( Also maybe interesting for people who own it because it has different levels )
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16.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 giugno 2015
Very unique puzzle - platforming game, utilising light as the main element. The game introduces different mechanics very well on each level, and tests the player with different combined mechanics within a level. The artwork is brilliant, Tim Burton-ish style glamoured with Lovecraft's world. The music is beautifully composed, bringing up different theme on each level but still retaining the eerie atmosphere. The game also entices you to explore the level- not just completing the puzzle, by putting hidden moths throughout all levels which is complusory to finish the game completely. I would recommend this game for people who likes puzzle games and/or gothic art style.
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