Supraland Six Inches Under Reviews

Supraland Six Inches Under is ranked in the -1th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
9 / 10
Jan 14, 2022

While it's very similar to the original game, the level of quality and enjoyment offered here is undeniable, making this another worthy entry in the series filled with laughs, great puzzles, and excellent world design.

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May 25, 2023

When it comes to indie game sequels, Supraland: Six Inches Under truly provides more than enough thanks to its imaginative new setting and gameplay mechanics that'll constantly keep you wondering just what the heck you'll come across next.

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85 / 100
Jan 18, 2022

Puzzles, exploration and combat, a formula that cannot fail and the truth is that Supraland does it perfectly. Its sound and visual section is not the best, but it does not tarnish the experience at all, so it is quite pleasant to enter this tiny world.

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Sam Diglett
May 26, 2023

Supraland: Six Inches Under has some fun and takes the player along for the ride. It’s easy-going, mostly harmless but has some clever puzzle-solving to make the experience feel rounded and enjoyable. Minor hard crashes and some repetitive content aside, this is one to play when you need a bit of a palette cleanser.

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4 / 5.0
May 26, 2023

Supraland: Six Inches Under skillfully dodges the “more of the same” problem, introducing a generous amount of fan-favorite tools and mechanisms while also offering a couple more additions that spice up the deep, cavernous dives you’ll be working your way through. The biomes are still as colorful and varied as the base game, and if you’re eager for more of Supraland’s toy-sized world, you’ll get that and then some, all wrapped up in about 8 to 12 hours of solid, fun gameplay that plays exactly like it’s advertised. Goes to show you don’t have to reinvent the wheel; just find new places where that wheel rolls. Just keep an eye out if the save system seems like it’s on the fritz, and do mind the cursor-based menu navigation. After all, it wouldn’t be a proper spelunking journey without a few hang-ups.

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