Antichamber

  • Antichamber
86
Based on 21 scores, 23 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    14
  • Good:
    6
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Challenging and unique puzzles.
  • Stark and stylish visuals.
  • Eerie ambient soundtrack is a fitting accompaniment to your travels.

Cons:

  • Some brief moments of frustration.
  • Intensely difficult at times

Expert reviews and ratings

By New Game Network on 91

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...

By IHoGeek on 100

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.

By ScrewAttack on 90

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.

By TheTelegraph on 80

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.

By SeasonalReviewer on 100

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.

By GiantBomb on 80

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.

By GameFront on 90

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.

By GameTrailers on 87

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.

By GameArena on 85

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.

By BeefJack on 90

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.

By ActionTrip on 90

This is a rare gem among modern-day games. It proves that even the simplest concept can be pushed beyond the limits few people dare to explore. It’s a valiant experiment and one that has brought some truly satisfying results. Enjoying Antichamber involves challenging your mind and with each step the challenge becomes greater and more fun.

By GamesRadar on 80

Antichamber finds strength in its simplicity. Its puzzles aren't convoluted, the solutions are usually always staring you in the face, and yet still the game is challenging. Not everyone will appreciate the game's minimalist elegance, but Alexander Bruce’s approach to game design can't be labeled as anything but clever.

By GameSpy on 80

We've all encountered games with mechanics that are difficult to describe, but when you find a game where even the concept is difficult to put into words, you know you've come across something singular. Is Antichamber a puzzler with platforming...

By GameSpot on 85

The few spells of frustration are fleeting and never compromise Antichamber's powerful achievements in design and style. "Every journey is a series of choices," you're told at the beginning of your adventure. You should choose to begin yours in Antichamber: it really is quite unlike anything else.

By Cheat Code Central on 88

Open up my head and shove a stick of dynamite into my brain, because my mind is officially blown. Antichamber, a new game by Alexander Bruce—yes, just one man—is one of the greatest examples of indie excellence that our generation has to...

By GameSpot on 85

Antichamber bends the rules of space and time with challenging puzzles and a fantastic sense of...

By PC Gamer on 82

Clever, but sometimes a little cold, this is an accomplished headscratcher of unusually philosophical...

By EuroGamer on 60

Antichamber, by contrast, revels in its mastery over you right until the very end. Bruce constantly reminds you of his ability to change the rules of your reality at whim. That might be a more truthful picture of the relationship between game and player, but the satisfaction it offers is hollow.

By DustyCartridge on 85

Antichamber is unlike any game you have played before. But that’s exactly what makes it the truly spectacular experience that it is. This is video game innovation and creativity at its finest.

International Review By HardwareMX on -

Información Vital Antichamber es un juego psicológico de exploración que realmente te alterará la mente, aquí nada puede ser dado por hecho. Descubre un mundo tipo Escher donde los...