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Factotum won't baffle you like The Witness, but it will leave you highly satisfied after solving a difficult puzzle. You'll never feel like a genius, as the solutions are never too far out of reach, but you will feel smarter by the end of the game.
Factotum 90 is a fun puzzler with solid gameplay mechanics and an ever increasing difficulty that feels just right. You'll need to take it slow as you solve the smaller puzzles that will eventually allow you to exit a stage, and the game's trophy list is very rewarding. If you're looking for an entertaining 3D puzzler on PS4 then you should definitely check out Factotum 90!
I recommend Factotum 90 to all fellow puzzle gaming fans. If you’re looking for a short, fun alternative to all the major time consuming AAA games of today, that will challenge your mind and gaming skills, you should check Factotum 90 out.
All in all, Factotum 90 is not a bad puzzle game. I had a decent little time with it and at the cost of six bucks, I'd say puzzle fans should give it a shot. It's not going to blow anyone's socks off, but the game has a lot of heart. It's a nice little weekend game to play through at least once.
Factotum 90 is a cooperative game for a single person, in which the player controls two robots alternatively, working together in order to solve several puzzles, seeking to restore the systems of a spaceship and find out what collided with its outer hull and caused the accident in deep space.
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Short, simple and fun, Factotum 90 is a must-have addition to any puzzle game fan's collection. With a unique premise and an interesting plot, it only ever tries to be exactly what it is and offers enough of a challenge to be a satisfying experience. A refreshing addition to the [email protected] collection.
Some of the puzzles do seem almost impossible; all but those with the most godlike of patience will likely turn it off in frustration and storm off – only to have a eureka moment hours later
Factotum 90 is a solid, if simple puzzle game that doesn't require too much from the player. If you want a test, you won't find one here because it fails to capitalise on the mechanics it has. It lacks polish but that premise and split-screen controls are interesting enough to get you through the games 30 missions before they overstay their welcome. Factotum 90 occupied me for a solid 6 hours and this feels like a solid return on investment for a budget handheld game.