Top Critic Average
If you’re looking for a few hours of fun and excitement or if you’re looking to test that ol’ noggin of yours, Tetragon should be on your list of must-play titles. It’s just $15 USD so it’s well worth the price of admission. The developers really knocked the level and puzzle design out of the park for an overall incredibly captivating experience. Tetragon truly is a magical and addictive world to get lost in.
Tetragon is not a poor game at all. But now it can only be suggested to a specific and limited group of gamers, provided they are ready to focus on strengths rather than being careful with the negative points of gameplay.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Overall, Tetragon is a great idea on paper, but the end result is frustrating and underwhelming. With the shift in difficulty and mechanics halfway through, it’s hard to say if it’s worth persevering through the second half until the end.
On a cool autumn evening, if you want to relax and solve some puzzles after a tired day, you can give Tetragon a chance.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
Players looking for a whimsical and intriguing puzzle game will get the most enjoyment from Tetragon.
Tetragon puzzles are fun and entertaining, until you make a mistake that is. Without any way to rectify a mistake you have made in a puzzle, other than trying to retrace the moves you made backwards it can get frustrating. A rewind feature added to the puzzles would be a great feature to have. You could move back a few steps to remedy your mistake. Tetragon is playable as it is, but it would be so much more playable and enjoyable with a hint or rewind feature.
The concept of Tetragon is very creative and well-applied. Though it may seem repetitive in theory, each stage has a unique creative resolution that is a treat for anyone who enjoys the genre. Unfortunately, its performance lapses interrupt the fun several times.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review