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Critic Reviews for Quadrilateral Cowboy
A few technical issues aside, Quadrilateral Cowboy is a clever puzzle game bursting with personality.
Quadrilateral Cowboy’s puzzles are mostly a joy to play. Its command line hacking is surprisingly accessible and pleasingly tactile, and when combined with its many interesting gadgets it allows for plenty of creative problem-solving and freedom in tackling all manner of whimsical cybercrime. While not all of its levels shine as brightly as the rest, I’m already feeling beckoned back by its replayability and charm, eager to experiment more with the futuristic, hacker-themed playground it so stylishly constructs.
This scrappy, surreal escapade cleverly uses programming as a game mechanic, but can't quite follow through on its ideas.
One of the best hacking-themed video games ever, and a clever puzzler with some surprisingly successful storytelling elements.
As fiendishly clever as it is stylish, Quadrilateral Cowboy is one of the best puzzle adventure games in years
Quadrilateral Cowboy makes you feel like a skilled hacker in a memorable 1980’s cyberpunk world.
Quadrilateral Cowboy teaches you to use its toys, but doesn't give a lot of room to use them
I can easily recommend Quadrilateral Cowboy, one of my favorite indie games so far this year, to anyone looking for an adventure game that brings something that feels fresh and new to the table and leaves you feeling smart as you've become a hacking god, or in this case goddess.