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Nov 29, 2021

Moncage offers a gorgeous blend of narrative threads and teasing puzzles, that makes for a game of real elegance.

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7.5 / 10.0
Nov 15, 2021

Solutions are often clever and make the player feel smart, even if they call on the robust hint system for guidance. In a delightful surprise, the unfolding narrative connects to the seemingly random puzzles, though the story could be more impactful

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Nov 16, 2021

The overarching story is a little muddled, but for the most part Moncage is a smart and elegant puzzle game that frequently harks back to the mechanical wizardry of The Room.

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80 / 100
Nov 19, 2021

If you’re not moved to play it, consider watching an online playthrough of Moncage. It deserves to be seen.

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8.5 / 10.0
Nov 16, 2021

It is difficult for me to show the full charm of Moncage through a simple text introduction, but the process of playing with it has undoubtedly brought me a lot of surprises.

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8 / 10.0
Nov 27, 2021

Moncage is a worthy and admirable game that could also become an immaculate work.

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9 / 10.0
Nov 16, 2021

Moncage captivates with its imaginative concept. The puzzles, which are focused on manipulating the cube to align objects in different universes, are impressive in their ingenuity and diversity. Sometimes the riddles demand confusing or very specific steps. However, the flexible tips system makes it easier to deal with this issue. The atmosphere is also remarkable with many elaborate areas and an unconventionally developed narrative that rewards our attention to details. In the end, Moncage is an outstanding puzzle that's very much worth your time.

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7.8 / 10.0
Nov 16, 2021

Without words, 'Moncage' show touching stories between a father and a son. No combat, no death scenes. It's just interesting puzzles using optical illusion. But you may feel enough of tragedy of a war.

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