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‘Neo Angle’, a Vibrant Puzzle Game From the Creators of ‘Blyss’, Is Looking for Beta Testers – Touch Arcade

Dropout Games have quickly developed a reputation for beautiful minimalistic puzzle games, and their emphasis on accessible gameplay that becomes deceptively difficult is one that suits mobile gaming to a tee. Last year the developers released Blyss [$0.99], which layered an ethereal aesthetic similar to indie hit Firewatch on top of an intuitive dice puzzle mechanic, and in practice it worked rather well. To keep up this momentum, Dropout Games have announced their latest title called Neo Angle, and while its vibrant neon style contrasts that of their previous title, the peculiar pattern-making gameplay looks incredibly cathartic. Not too many details have been released about Neo Angle as of yet, however the developers are looking for beta testers to help try out the game on our forum thread.

Despite not divulging information on gameplay or content for the title at this relatively early stage, the preview gifs give a good idea of the sort of puzzle gameplay that can be found within Neo Angle. Through manipulating an isosceles triangle around a map, you’re tasked with filling in a skeleton of a shape without going back on yourself. However, teleportation triangles and other quirky tiles can either get in the way as obstacles, or serve to aid your triangular protagonist in making it around the peculiarly shaped templates and painting the world in neon. Neo Angle is still firmly in development and so no release date has been specified as of yet, however stop by our forum thread for further details as they break, and sign up for the beta to catch an early glimpse of Neo Angle in action.

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Slayaway Camp is a slasher-inspired puzzle game, would you believe? – Android Community

From the title alone, Slayaway Camp gives you an ominous, gory feeling at the onset. And thats ok because this is indeed a game inspired by 80s slasher movies. But its a puzzle game, so theres a friendliness to it, if you can believe that. Rarely do puzzle games feature murdering teenagers as the objective, but hey, to each his own.

Slayaway Camp was originally launched on Steam and iOS, and players are given control of Skullface, a serial killer whose sole objective is to kill teenagers; stabbing them, shoving them into wood-chippers and throwing them under lawn mowers. Pretty gory, but the cubic artwork (think Minecraft), and the comedic script does take the edge off the game.

Slayaway Camp was developed by guys who know their puzzle games if you remember like Bejeweled and Peggle. Only a great team can make a sliding tile puzzle game with suspense and horror overtones actually great to play with.

The game will cost you USD$2.00 to download, but thats really a steal if you see what a great puzzle game this is. The game has received critical acclaim for the over 140 levels of fun it provides. So we suggest you jump in.

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Russo brothers to adapt spooky puzzle game Little Nightmares for TV – A.V. Club

After the last two Captain America movies, directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo (a.k.a. the Russo brothers) have become a pretty big deal in Hollywood, and like a lot of big deals, theyve now decided to see if they can use their new clout to actually make a good adaptation of a video game. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Russos are going to develop and executive produce a TV show based on spooky puzzle-platformer game Little Nightmares, with A Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline director Henry Selick on board to direct the pilot and possibly other episodes.

The original game is about a nine-year-old girl named Six who finds herself trapped on a scary ship of some sort called The Maw. While trying to escape, Six has to fend off evil characters who have names like the Janitor, the Twin Chefs, and the Ladyand she also has to try and avoid starving to death, because video games are kind of fucked up these days. The Little Nightmares TV show is also being developed by DJ2 Entertainment, a production company that is also working on adaptations of Life Is Strange and Sonic The Hedgehog.

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She Remembered Caterpillars Review A Fun(gal) Puzzle Game – Fortress of Solitude

Overall: 7.8 A few months ago, jumpsuit entertainment UG released a rather peculiar indie game on PC, She Remembered Caterpillars. No caterpillars are involved in the game, nor hurt during the making of the game (I assume). Instead, it is a puzzle game which tests your problem-solving skills from the point of view of fungi.

In terms of the dynamic of the game, the official synopsis reads as follows:

A fungipunk fantasy about love, loss, and holding on, told in the format of a color-based puzzle game. A tale of the bond between parent and child, this lush and bewildering title will have players testing their wits against a variety of challenges, all beautiful and very strange.

On the most basic level, you control different coloured sprites (based on the three primary colours red, yellow and blue) and direct them to move around on a tiny island made up of different bridges and gateways. Your aim is to set each of the sprites on the screen on a type of mushroom, which then completes the level as the sprites develop propellers and fly off. Although my description here does seem a bit abstract, its fairly straightforward once you play the game.

On a more complicated note, each coloured sprite is able to cross a bridge of the same colour, but all other colours are able to pass through the gateways except the corresponding colours. To make things a tad more complicated, the sprites can be combined to form new colours red and blue produce purple, red and yellow make orange, blue and yellow make green, etc. As you progress, the levels become increasingly challenging, as youll have to mix and match the different colours to follow certain paths as you attempt to set each sprite onto the mushroom.

On a side note, although the majority of this game is based on matching colours and following paths by means of those colours, She Remembered Caterpillars is also aimed at colour blind gamers. Youll notice that each of the colours have an associated shape to them, with blue being the circle and red the square, for example. This is quite an impressive addition to the game, which I can appreciate, and Im sure a few visual impaired people can too.

From the shapes, the sprites, to the environments and background music, the overall feeling of She Remembered Caterpillars is very calming. The friendly feel of the game is extended by means of the animations scattered throughout, from how each of the sprites behave, them combining and splitting, as well as the interaction of the bridges and gateways as it stops you from being able to pass. The nature of the surroundings is in contrast to some of the frustration that may build up as you attempt to solve each puzzle, often times complicating matters to the point where only a reset of that particular level is an option going forward.

Apart from simply being a simple problem-solving game, She Remembered Caterpillars has an underlying story in the form of silent narration told from the perspective of a few characters. Before each of the new levels, the chat unfolds between two characters at a time, at certain points as a father would speak to his son, and on other occasions between friends and other loved ones. I cannot tell if all the characters are the same for each new world, but the tone is quite different for each. There are a few topics covered, as stated in the synopsis, such as love and loss, which you can actually feel some connection to. This narration will possibly carry different meaning and depths to each individual playing it, as we dont all have the same experiences and relation to it. Where the background story lost me, however, is that it feels separate to the puzzling. The only relation is that theyre both artsy and strike similar tones, but thats stretching it quite a bit.

Still, it isnt a total waste, and I do believe that the actual game is a side note to telling these stories and providing a brief escape as you uncover what it means to you. Reading through some of the details about the games development process on the official website, youll come across the change in the actual story of the game, with the introduction of a new writer. Switching from a story on Isis and Osiris, as was originally planned, to something more along the lines of real world emotions and experiences shortly after her dad passed, brings a lot more reality to it.

Im very much at home when it comes to problem-solving and puzzle games, and I felt at ease for the most part as I played through each of the levels. As with each individual who achieves a sense of calm and joy in their own ways, such games provide small achievements through each level. I really enjoyed She Remembered Caterpillars as a standalone away from the story. The story itself could feature as a standalone too and, in the end, also played out quite well, both alone and coupled inside the game.

She Remembered Caterpillars is available on Steam Store and Itch.io.

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E3 2017: Pictlogica Final Fantasy Announced for Nintendo 3DS in Japan – IGN

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Square Enix has announced its free-to-play mobile game,Pictlogica Final Fantasy, will release next month for Nintendo 3DS in Japan.

As reported by Gematsu, the puzzle game, which launched in Japan for iOS and Android devices back in 2013, will be available for download through the Nintendo eShop starting July 12.

In Pictlogica Final Fantasy, players must complete various illustration puzzles and take on quests that feature classic turn-based battles. Over 300 different puzzles are included in the game, as well as more than 160 characters from the long-running RPG franchise, each of which can acquire new skills, level up, and be customized with new weapons.

This 3DS release isn’t the only upcoming Final Fantasy release, as Square Enix also just recently announced Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, a PlayStation 4 version of its popular arcade fighting game, which will release for the console in early 2018.

Additionally, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is headed to PS4 next month. For our thoughts on the updated version of Square’s PlayStation 2 RPG, read IGN’sFinal Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Agehands-on preview.

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Conshohocken Free Library launches puzzle exchange – The Times Herald

CONSHOHOCKEN >> During the Great Depression of the 1930s, jigsaw puzzles were valued as inexpensive entertainment, and with disposable income in short supply, libraries rented them to patrons, while some retailers gave them away as buying incentives.

Conshohocken Free Library Branch Manager Marija Skoog is currently looking to build a puzzle exchange at CFL. But Skoogs motivation isnt economics. In fact, the reasoning behind her ongoing effort to add to the local librarys jigsaw stash would have been pretty baffling during the Depression era.

To be clear, although Skoog is well aware of the scads of online jigsaw puzzles and puzzle apps available, shes talking about the traditional, hands-on variety.

The great thing about [puzzles], theyre a screen-free, battery-free, family friendly activity, she continues. In a world where technology is so dominant, I think a lot of parents are looking for a way to unplug their kids, and this is a good way to do that. Doing a puzzle is fun, but it also involves problem-solving. Someone has to study a picture and figure out how to put it together. Trial and error. The same thing is true with board games, and in the future, Id like to add them to the library as well even have board game nights here at the library.

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Actually, one of my friends came up with the idea for the puzzle exchange. I wasnt sure how it would go over, but we got a bunch donated, and people started coming in picking up a puzzle, bringing it back and taking another one. It caught on.

Onetime area resident Brian Turtle isnt surprised. Turtle co-founded Matawan, N.J.-headquartered Endless Games, which produces approximately 25 party and family games and a popular Broadway jigsaw puzzle. Although he has donated merchandise to other local causes and intends to support this one, area residents might better know the 1991 Archbishop Kennedy High School alum from his days as an AKHS football player. Turtle is even more recognized as one of the three guys behind pop cultures Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game based on the six degrees of separation theory that none of us is more than six connections away from everybody else in the world.

The Bacon concept emerged one snowy night in 1994 when Turtle and Albright College classmates Craig Fass and Mike Ginelli found themselves watching Footloose and The Air Up There both Bacon star vehicles in quick succession. A few notes on a cardboard beer case led crazily to Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon and a book, several talk radio and TV appearances and a slew of other publicity ops, a number of them with the actor.

Two decades-plus later, the story is part of pop culture history, and Turtle is sold on the value of basic board games and puzzles despite the proliferation of electronic gaming.

When TV became popular, there were plenty of people who thought that would be the end of radio, but that didnt happen, and I think you have a similar situation with all the electronic games, he says. Today, I think theres definitely a need to unplug a basic human need to unplug from all the apps and electronics, and I think board games are one of the last ways to have direct human communication and interaction.

The father of 10- and 7-year-old daughters, Turtle figures with board games, its more about the journey than the destination.

For example, our Name 5 game Name 5 Pearl Jam songs, or whatever topic that comes up gets everybody talking, conjures up memories, creates conversation. Thats very cool, and I really believe theres something positive to be gained from that that the family that plays together stays together. This is gospel preaching to me, man. Whether youre talking about board games or card games, doing puzzles together I believe in the power of play.

Apparently, he has lots of company. Countless puzzle-doers mark Jan. 29 as National Puzzle Day, test their prowess during regularly scheduled competitions and compare notes at invitation-only international puzzle parties. Jigsaw puzzles entertainment value was also recognized with their induction into the National Toy Hall of Fame in 2002.

Backtracking, historians generally attribute the invention of the first such puzzle to London engraver and mapmaker John Spilsbury in the 1760s. Earlier puzzles termed dissections were made from maps affixed to wood and cut into pieces for use as teaching tools. Unlike their contemporaries, those early puzzles didnt interlock or include pictures of the end result. Not all vintage puzzles were fun, either. The Feature Profile Test, a puzzle Ellis Island immigrants were required to solve in the early 20th century (now included in the collections of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History), was used to determine feeblemindedness.

Like Skoog and Turtle, the president of CFLs board of directors sees all kinds of benefits from classic, old-fashioned puzzling.

With my two children, we encourage them to play with physical toys that require touching and maneuvering and using their fine motor skills to get a result not some digital bounce-back, Brian Coll says. Working as a bartender, Ive watched lots of parents hand their kids a phone or iPad to keep them busy Ive done it myself, and realistically, its the world we live in today but I do try to limit it.

Skoog welcomes puzzle donations at all levels of difficulty. CFL is located at 301 Fayette St., Conshohocken. Additional information is available by calling 610-825-1656.

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Can You Solve The 6 Rectangles Puzzle?

The following shape consists of 6 congruent rectangles. If a single rectangle has a perimeter of 222, what is the perimeter of the shape?

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At first, it seems like the problem does not have enough information because of how the rectangles are overlapping. But in fact you can solve for the perimeter!

The answer is 666, which is equal to the perimeter of 3 rectangles.

There are a couple of ways to derive the answer.

Method 1: overcount and subtract

One way is to start with the perimeter of 6 rectangles and then subtract out the overlapping segments.

When two rectangles overlap, we have to subtract two times the overlapping segment. The overlapping segments are:

Overlapping lengths
Top rectangle overlaps 1 length –> subtract 2 lengths
Bottom left rectangle overlaps 1 length –> subtract 2 lengths
Bottom right rectangle overlaps 1 length –> subtract 2 lengths

Overlapping heights
Middle left rectangle overlaps 1 height –> subtract 2 heights
Middle right rectangle overlaps 2 height –> subtract 4 heights
Bottom two rectangles overlap 1 height –> subtract 2 heights

We need to subtract a total of 6 lengths and 6 heights. As each rectangle consists of 2 lengths and 2 heights, this is equivalent to subtracting the perimeter of 3 rectangles.

Thus we subtract the perimeter of 3 rectangles from the 6 rectangles and we are left with the perimeter of 3 rectangles.

The shape has a perimeter of 3 rectangles, which equals 3(222) = 666.

Method 2: re-arranging the rectangles

Notice that if the top rectangle “slides” to the left in the diagram the perimeter of the shape does not change. We can also slide the two bottom rectangles.

In this shape, we can easily count there are 6 lengths and 6 heights, so the perimeter is equivalent to 3 rectangles. The perimeter of this shape is 3(222) = 666, and that is equal to the perimeter of the original shape.

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Conarium (Video Game) – Dread Central – Dread Central

Developed by Zoetrope Interactive

Published by Iceberg Interactive

Available on PC

Rated E for Everyone

You know the problem with depicting mind shattering eldritch horrors from beyond the grasp of human knowledge? They are always the manufacturings of human knowledge. You know, the exact thing they are supposed to be beyond the grasp of. This is the category that all things Lovecraft always fall into for me. I enjoyed the bizarre shooter Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth for treading this fine line and introducing innovative and interesting mechanics for a shooter of the time. But the moment I beat Dagon by shooting a cannon in his face a few times the otherworldly horrors lost their mojo.

Reality folding in on itself is only so spooky when it makes a nice little walkway for me.

The whole appeal of Lovecraft is to pique the corners of your imagination. Knowledge meant to be unknown is just that. As soon as you try to put it in words, it either A) makes your head explode, or B) lets you down. Column B is the sad reality for most Lovecraft inspired games. Theres a certain level of vague you can be with books that just doesnt exist in an interactive medium. No matter how grotesque in description, there is only so scared I can be when the shambling horrors are foiled by hiding behind a barrel.

Good thing it also gives you plenty to read!

So I roundly applaud Conarium for being an adult and just doing away with this for a majority of the game. Many recent horror games try to straddle the line between hide-and-seek simulator and walking simulator, but Conarium is truly best described as a puzzle game. And no, not one of those, Listen to all of the prompted dialogues and continue affairs. The puzzles in Conarium are tough, and I only found 3/7 of the secret areas in two playthroughs. Its a phenomenal amount of challenge for any first person game that isnt Portal.

Although it does do that bullshit static effect to mask the fact that tentacles just arent really that creepy

In Conarium, you play as Frank Gilman, a person, with powers? You wake up in an arctic base alone, unaware of how you got there or the nature of the glowing device attached to your hand. As you go about the facility and open up new rooms and text logs, you find out that your purpose here is far from normal. Its basically impossible to describe without spoilers. Or even with spoilers. Conarium takes the darkly whimsical aspect of Lovecraft to full effect, pushing the limits of logic almost to their breaking point. For any Lovecraft fans, it will be a pleasantly familiar path through the grey area of sanity. For anyone else, it is confusing. Even spelled out to you, this game will not make sense. If you want some kind of clear picture. be prepared to play through a few times.

Why does this dude have a talking head in his office? Uh elder gods?

The puzzles in the game are sufficiently complex without being hindered by commonly cumbersome mechanics. There were a few times where I had to backtrack to while figuring out a difficult puzzle, and was wondering if I might get ticketed by the fun police for how fast I was zipping around. Pay attention, because this is how you do sprint speed, puzzle games! Im sick of your weak limping through levels. Whats best is that the puzzles can be legitimately challenging without descending into the level of bullshit. Throughout the entire game, I never spent more than 30 minutes on a puzzle, and felt satisfied in my cleverness after each.

Though youd think an ancient advanced civilization would think of an easier way to open a door than inserting a crystal into a star map to make glyph that you draw into some black goo

Conarium is exactly what I want when I boot up a horror game without shotgun decapitations. Minimal bullshitm, maximum intrigue. it delivers on the promise of Lovecraft by keeping things vague. The game is at its weakest when trying to visually depict the monstrous nightmares beyond our realm of comprehension. But it does so so infrequently, that most of the otherworldly machinations are left up to your own design. If you want a great puzzle/adventure game with good payoff, definitely give Conarium a look. For Lovecraft fans looking for an experience beyond, OMG look how creepy that squidface is, Conarium is a must. Its a truly cerebral experience that should please any horror fan.

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Jillian’s Backlog 02: A Journey Through the Games We’ve Missed – Gamezebo

Last week was the first entry in my recurring round-up of mobile games that Ive been meaning to playand finally got around to. While my backlog is still many hundred titles strong, Im narrowing down the best of what I play to five games each week. The only rules for inclusion in this list are that weve never reviewed the game here at Gamezebo (or written about it in depth), and that I enjoyed it and think you might, too.

This weeks selection ended up being all puzzle games, although that wasnt entirely intentional. I just really like the genre, and mobile developers seem to enjoy making great puzzle games. Weve got a good thing going here.

Puzzlewood Quests is an interesting combination of single-serving puzzle micro-games and lite RPG elements. Theres something of a story here, with four different characters and their respective quests to work through, but the focus of the game is on its wave of puzzles that are constantly being thrown at you. Each level places your character in battle against an enemy. However, instead of fighting with swords or spells, youre attacking with speedy puzzle solving. A handful of different puzzle types will be shown to you at the beginning of the stage. Youll then be given challenges from each type in quick succession as a timer counts down. When you solve a puzzle, you do damage to the enemy. When the timer runs out, or if you make a mistake, you receive damage. The real joy of the game comes from the wide variety of tests that are thrown at you. Youll have to solve Sudoku boards, mazes, arithmetic, crosswords, memory challenges, and more. Its the perfect game to pick up when you want to just dive into a mash-up of puzzles, but still have a sense of progress beyond the standard timer.

Fishy Foods place on this list is best understood through another game: Bomb Quest. Bomb Quest, also by developer Games By Mee, is a minesweeper-esque puzzle game that uses text hints instead of numbers as the mine-hunting clues. It uses a simple grid dotted with food icons that are used as markers to describe exactly where the one bomb on each level is located. For example, one levels clues might tell you Mind the bomb, 2 steps directly above a candy, not inside a cake. You then have to check off each safe square using these hints: you know you can touch all the cake squares, for instance. The game is ridiculously simple but this puzzle mechanic is ingenious and so much fun. Bomb Quest was one of the first mobile apps I ever downloaded, and it remains a regularly played fixture of my iPhone to this day: I absolutely adore this game. Unfortunately, its no longer available in the App Store and is 32-bit, so its continued existence is precarious at best. Enter: Fishy Food. Fishy Food is essentially the sequel to Bomb Quest. It features slightly easier puzzlesits intended age range is 9-11but introduces a timer to add a different type of challenge. Instead of avoiding bombs, youre dodging poisoned food while your fish gobble up everything safe. But the text-based minesweeper mechanic, the increasing difficulty as more tiles and new hint types are introduced, and even the food icons of Bomb Quest are recreated here. Fishy Food is close enough to Bomb Quest that its alleviated some of my despair at losing it on iOS 11, although I would gladly play both games into the foreseeable future.

Rainbow Splash might look like a simple match-3 game at first glance, but its colorful hexagonal snowflakes are used in a variety of extremely interesting, and logic-based, puzzle challenges. Each snowflake (which becomes other shapes in later levels) is made up of three different colors in multi-directional lines. Lining up these colors in a row or column will connect them, adding their total to your color tally. In early stages, youre challenged to collect a certain amount of specific colors: three green, four purple, and five pink, for instance. However, unlike a match-3 game which counts matches as theyre made, Rainbow Splash only tallies your totals once theyve all been achieved. This means you have to arrange the snowflakes so you have your three green, four purple, etc. in a line at the same time. And since the colors crisscross on single snowflakes, you have to think carefully about placement: you may have all your greens lined up, but one of those greens has a pink coming off it that needs to connect to the other pinks. As you progress through the stages, new types of challenges appear, such as creating lines to match specific patterns or connecting snowflakes with different point values. Every stage in the game also has a challenge mode, doubling the initial 100 stages to 200. On top of the stellar puzzle gameplay, Rainbow Splash is simply lovely to look at and interact with: the colors drip onto the board at the start of each level, swapping snowflakes is done with a quick and fluid motion, and colors spin and click when attaching to form a line. It feels very tangible and makes even the simplest actions rewarding.

Folt created a bit of a recommendation dilemma for me: its a 32-bit app that hasnt been updated since 2014 and will likely not survive iOS 11. However, its still available on the App Store, free to download, and works on the most recent iOS version. Its also a beautiful, meditative puzzle thats worth experiencing, even if only for a short while. Folt is a bit like a turn-based Snake combined with Stickets: you start out on a mostly-blank stage and are given a challenge, such as survive 20 turns, make 30 matches, collect three diamonds. You then have to unfold your single square of color around the stage, moving one square at a time up, down, left, or right as you attempt to complete that goal. Youre told what the next three colors your square will be in the upper preview bar, and any time three squares of the same color touch, they are removed from the board. The challenge lies in unfolding around the board without trapping yourself, which requires thoughtful pre-planning and a touch of luck. Its amazing how much challenge the act of expanding from only those four cardinal directions adds to the game: youre often forced to throw away a square just to turn left or right, leaving a block waiting to ruin your run. But since you can think through each step as long as you like before unfolding, theres never too much pressure. Its just you and your colorful, expanding squares.

loop : puzzler is a lovely minimalist work that has a good puzzle mechanic accompanied by a great pull. Its gameplay involves rotating energy orbs in order to connect to and move the robot protagonist, Loop, around each level and to the tesseract goal. Each time you touch an orb it will begin rotating counterclockwise, circling around until you let go and taking anything in its orbit along with it. Every tap-and-hold counts as a move, and stages have a limited number of moves to get Loop to his destination. Nodes dotting the stages can be used to hook orbs, allowing you to hopscotch across nodes to reach new areas despite orbs otherwise rotating in place. Its a clever puzzle challenge that isnt quite like any other game Ive played before and which allows for fairly short stages that can both be figured out or solved through trial and error. But the real draw for me is the story that youre drip-fed as you progress through the game. After every stage you finish, youll receive another line of dialogue from Loop, who is both telling you how he ended up in this strange place and asking for your help in escaping it. We learn early on that he is a scouting robot from another planet that was captured by the mysterious Institute upon arriving here, but uncovering his mission and their intentions are your reward for completing each level.

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