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Nuts

Noodlecake Studios, Joon, Pol, Muutsch, Char & Torfi
Feb 4, 2021 - PC, Nintendo Switch
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

61

Top Critic Average

47%

Critics Recommend

Eurogamer
Recommended
GameSpot
4 / 10
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4 / 10
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3 / 5
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9 / 10
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8 / 10
Nintendo Life
6 / 10
WellPlayed
8 / 10
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NUTS - Teaser Trailer


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Critic Reviews for Nuts

Embrace the bucolic life as a grad student tracking some squirrels across a forest in this unique narrative puzzler.

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Nuts is a short hike through mostly uninspiring terrain.

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I cannot, in good faith, recommend a game that I could not finish thanks to game-breaking bugs. Looking past that, on the grounds that said bug can be squashed in time, you have a great concept that is just poorly executed. For all its atmosphere, for all its potential, the game feels totally hollow. Perhaps the point of the game was that you feel closer to the squirrels than your boss, who you hold in such contempt you refuse to speak to her. Perhaps the game is just dull.

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Springwatch fans who crave mystery may enjoy this slow-burning minimalist adventure

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Games like Nuts don't come along very often. A compelling storyline and intriguing puzzles combine to create my favorite gaming experience of 2021, so far. Don't let it's simple demeaner fool you. There is far more going on under the hood than meets the eye. This is an investigation that deserves your attention, as soon as possible.

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With its interesting story and unique art style, Nuts is a narrative puzzle game worth exploring a forest of squirrels for.

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The overarching story within NUTS is probably worth experiencing on its own, despite the repetitive gameplay. It’s reasonably well written and is just about compelling enough to hold your attention for its 2-3 hour duration. There’s nothing here that you’ll connect with on an emotional level, but the voiceover work really helps drive the mystery. Unfortunately, there also a number of framerate dips throughout the experience that will really hamper your enjoyment; hopefully, this will be ironed out in the future.

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Busting a nut-based mystery such as this one involves two parts: clever thinking and intuition. NUTS is a beautiful game, in aesthetic, design and atmosphere

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