Challenging and unique puzzles.
Stark and stylish visuals.
Eerie ambient soundtrack is a fitting accompaniment to your travels.
Gives you a great sense of accomplishment.
Brilliant use of perspective-shifting, reality defying puzzle physics.
Some really smart, interesting mechanics.
Slightly whimsical feel makes adventuring through Antichamberís chambers an easygoing experience.
Will make you feel smart.
Some brief moments of frustration.
Intensely difficult at times
Map layout can get confusing quickly.
Youíll run up against the same rooms repeatedly, only to have them make sense much, much later.
By New Game Network on February 28, 2013
One of the best puzzlers on the market. Antichamber's synthesis of gameplay, environment, and philosophy make it a landmark in quality that deserves special notice and...91
By IHoGeek on February 27, 2013
It is that good. I recommend this game wholeheartedly and without reservation, because it has been one of the most fun, challenging, maddening, and interesting games I have played in recent times.100
By ScrewAttack on February 20, 2013
There’s elegance here. A minimalist elegance. It revels in the beauty and the plasticity of human thought, and it challenges us to find some connection, some pattern within everything. Then again, maybe I’m overthinking it. I don’t know that I’ll ever be sure again.90
By TheTelegraph on February 16, 2013
It's a game I'd unequivocally recommend despite any minor issues it might have, a game full of mysteries that are definitely worth discovering for yourself.80
By SeasonalReviewer on February 16, 2013
From one developer and a few other people on the project, they have delivered one of the best experiences this decade. Sure, it isn't as polished as the new Call of Duty or Assassins Creed, but boy its a heck of a lot more interesting than both them.100
By GiantBomb on February 12, 2013
It's a rough spot in a game with few others, but those spots seem to pop up at the most inopportune times, leaving you with the feeling that this great game still has room to improve.80
By GameFront on February 12, 2013
Antichamber requires you to realign your thinking, and there’s little that’s more satisfying than breaking through the mental barrier you’ve erected for yourself to discover a solution.90
By GameTrailers on February 12, 2013
Some of the 3D space manipulation, and dreaded first-person jumping, can fall on the side of frustrating, but the overall chill feel is never forfeited. Antichamber has curves like a Möbius strip: seemingly impossible, begging to be traced.87
By GameArena on February 12, 2013
It’s daring, confident, original and enjoyable, not to mention ridiculously smart. Just make sure you’ve got some paracetamol handy before you start playing.85
By BeefJack on February 11, 2013
Antichamber is much more than just a well-designed and well-judged puzzle game, though. It is a work of contemporary art that pushes the boundaries of what both games and digital art can be.90